School Starts
First Day of School - Monday, August 17
Back-to-School Night and Registration - Wednesday, August 12 (1:00-6:00 pm)

Recent Announcements

  • Coaching Opportunities
    Firth High School is looking for the following; 
    Assistant Soccer Coach (unpaid)
    Junior Varsity Boy's Basketball Coach 
    "C" Team Boy's Basketball Coach (unpaid)

    Firth Middle School is looking for the following;
    7th grade Volleyball Coach (unpaid)

    Contact Roger Harrison - Athletic  Director (390.9017)

    Volleyball Try-outs
    Middle School - August 10
    High School    - August 14
    Posted Jul 27, 2015, 8:34 AM by Sid Tubbs
  • Back-to-School Night
    Back-to-School Night will be held at all three schools August 12 from 1:00 - 6:00 pm
    for further details please contact your child's school after August 3.
    A.W. Johnson Elementary - 346-6848
    Firth Middle School - 346-6240
    Firth High School - 346-6812

    Posted Jul 27, 2015, 8:23 AM by Sid Tubbs
  • High School Transcripts
    To order high school transcripts during the summer months contact either Peggy Hunt or Jeff Gee via email.
    Peggy Hunt -
    Jeff Gee - 
    Posted Jul 8, 2015, 9:42 AM by Sid Tubbs
  • A.W.Johnson Elementary Supply List
    To access the elementary supply list for next year click on this link. 
    Or go to <Schools>, <A.W. Johnson Elementary> and download.
    Jun 2, 2015, 8:59 AM

    Posted Jun 2, 2015, 12:32 PM by Sid Tubbs
  • Coaching Openings

    Coaching Openings at Firth High School                                                                                      

     Assistant Boys Soccer – This is a non-paid position. Practices officially begin on August 10th.                    Assistant Girls Soccer – This is a paid position. Practices officially begin on August 10th.                        Assistant Volleyball – This is a paid position. Practices officially begin on August 14th.

    If you are interested in any of these positions contact Firth High School at 346-6812 or Athletic Director Roger Harrison at 390-9017.

    Posted Jun 1, 2015, 8:42 AM by Sid Tubbs
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District Vision

All Children Can Learn and Succeed.

District Mission
We subscribe to the belief that each individual shall be accepted into the educational program as they are, that they shall be provided with a stimulating environment and learning experiences conceived to promote social, emotional, physical and intellectual growth consistent with their abilities.

Attendance Is Important
Student achievement is directly tied to attendance, and so is district funding. This means that every absence is both a missed opportunity for learning, AND lost revenue for our school district. Lost revenue means fewer resources to educate our children. If we can hold student attendance at 97% rather than 94%, our state aid payments over the school year could increase by $100,000! Join us in promoting positive attitudes, high student achievement, and improved attendance!