School Closures and Report Cards

Dear Irish,

It has been quite a few weeks in regards to the weather.  I want to share some information with you regarding closures:

It has long been believed that we follow whatever Lancaster City School District does because we are located in that district.  This is true, to an extent.  If LCSD delays or closes, we will indeed follow suit, however; considering the fact that numerous districts feed into FC, we also may delay or close when LCSD does not.  One day last week, I closed school early when Columbus Catholic Schools closed.  I was mistaken, and it was clarified that Columbus Catholic Schools does not mean the entire Diocese of Columbus, only Catholic Schools in the City of Columbus. It turned out to be a non-issue as every district closed that day.  To summarize, we will always delay or close for weather related issues when LCS does, however; we may delay or close on our own when LCSD does not.  We always take into account the districts that feed into FC and the safety of our s…

William V. Fisher Catholic High School - Friday Update

Message From the Principal Happy New Year and welcome back!  It feels strange writing this on January 12th, but with this unpredictable weather this is the first Friday newsletter in about three weeks.  We are happy to have the students back for the new year, their extended Christmas break allowed them extra time to rest and rejuvenate for the new year.  In talking with students, it was great to see and hear that they were excited to come back to school.  Many of them even mentioned that they didn't want another snow day because they missed coming to school.  It was great hearing that because it confirmed that we as educators are doing the job we were called to do.  The students are happy and challenged, they truly enjoy coming to Fisher Catholic every day.  Why wouldn't they?  They are getting a top notch education, have the opportunities to participate in extra-curricular activities that suit their interests and all of this in a caring environment where we are all one family…

Fisher Catholic High School Annual Spaghetti Dinner

Fisher Catholic High School is looking for parent volunteers to work the annual Spaghetti Dinner, Sunday, January 21, 2018. Various responsibilities include set up, plating desserts, cooking noodles, making salads, selling 50/50, plating dinners, and clean-up.
Questions? Contact Angie McCrady 740-689-1658.
Spaghetti Dinner Sign-Up

Support for Morgan Swartz's Mission Trip

Morgan Swartz, a recent Fisher Catholic graduate, who attends Capital University, is taking a mission trip in the spring to help build clinics and provide health care to impoverished areas in the Caribbean Islands.  To support Morgan and this awesome opportunity, we would like to have a comfy dress down day on the first two days back from break.  As we ease back in from break, the students can do so in comfort and help a great cause.  The cost is $2.00 total for the two days.  The money will help Morgan with her mission trip.  Upon her return, Morgan will present to the school what she experienced and learned.

Fisher Catholic Bowling


Mandatory OHSAA Video for ALL Athletes and Parents

To Parents of Winter Sports Student-Athletes:
If you and your athlete would please take a few minutes to watch the video then sign the required form which is also attached, that will fulfill your obligation to the State of Ohio.  Please turn the signed form in to your coach or the school office.
Lindsay's Law Video Parent/Student Form