These are Awesome Kids! [ Student Brags ]
We are proud of our students here at FWHS. We recognize those who study hard and do their best. They have done an exceptionally good job and deserve to be bragged about!
FW Students Win AZ Auto Student Challenge
Steven Upton and Natasha Alday won the Arizona Auto Student Challenge. Both earned $1,200.00 scholarships and another $1,200.00 in tools. Natasha is the first female, non-traditional student to win this competition. Great job and congratulations!
Mt. Lemmon Sky School
A select group of 36 science-minded students enjoyed four days of scientific inquiry at the top of Mt. Lemmon at the Mt. Lemmon Sky School! Research projects varied from analyzing ecotones, measuring CO2 output in cement manufacturing, examining parasitic mistletoe, and comparing water quality in natural springs. Students loved the opportunity to view the night sky through multiple telescopes in the evening!
FFA Students Place at Pima County Fair
Four Flowing Wells FFA students participated in the Pima County Fair and had a great showing!
JTED Graphic Design Skills Day
Congratulations to our graphic design students for an excellent performance at Eastern Arizona College Skills Day! Three students traveled to Thatcher to compete in a variety of creative challenges and came away with a variety of awards:
Great job representing JTED!
JROTC Drill Team Places 3rd at State Competition
The drill team competed with 32 other schools at the AZ State High School Competition at Alahambra High School.
Flowing Wells High School took 3rd place over all in the state. Awesome job!
FWHS Economic Team Places 5th
On April 8, FW competed in the Arizona State Finals of the Economics Challenge at Mesa Community College. This is part of a national competition sponsored by the National Council on Economics Education. The FW team, Ethan Burch, Kirk Davis, Michael Jurado, and Benjamin Bussey placed 5th in the finance challenge and did not place in the top ten top division of the economics challenge. We were the top regular public school in the competition. Other schools represented were University High School, Seton Catholic, several basis campuses, and many other schools from around Arizona. The advisors from each team competed in the teacher challenge, which was for candy and unscored. Mr. Klein won candy for Flowing Wells.
Fashion Design Students Medal at State Conference
The Flowing Wells fashion chapter of Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) recently attended the spring leadership conference at Westin La Paloma resort in Tucson. FCCLA is the national student organization for students enrolled in family and consumer science courses. Sixteen fashion students competed in STAR events, Arizona proficiency events, and attended leadership workshops during the three-day conference.
The students in this photo competed for Flowing Wells.
Front row: Sandy Trieu, gold in fashion design; Alex Morales, silver in chapter community service project; Evelyn Tovar, bronze in graphic design; Maleah Sanchez, silver in promote & publicize FCCLA
Nine students were named national contenders and will be traveling to San Diego July 2-8, 2016 to attend the FCCLA National Leadership Conference and to compete for national medals.
Front row: Sandy Trieu, Cassandra Arroyo, Maleah Sanchez
Congratulations and great job!
Flowing Wells Color Guard
The Flowing Wells Color Guard had the honor to present the colors at the Wounded Warrior GT-500 nationwide tour.
The car is on a nationwide tour, named the “High Five Tour,” representing the Wounded Warriors Family Support Organization. The tour is going to accept donations for our wounded warriors.
The car is a GT-500 Super Snake wide-body Mustang, built in Las Vegas by Shelby. It has 850 horsepower and many of other special equipment. The car has a complete body wrap which looks like the American Flag and it is very beautiful to see.