Welcome To Fieldcrest High School


About Us


Recognized as a U.S. News and World Report

Best High School!


Welcome and Thank You for visiting the Fieldcrest High School web page.  We are proud of our school and the many wonderful things that are happening at Fieldcrest.  We believe that it is important for every stakeholder to get involved in our school if the process of a strong educational background is to exist for our students.  Fieldcrest High School has a current enrollment of approximately 350 students made up from the communities and outlying areas of Toluca, LaRose, Wenona, Dana, Rutland, Lostant, and Minonk.  The diversity of business, agricultural, and overall economical backgrounds of each community provide for a wide range of personal experiences that can enhance a Fieldcrest student’s education.  The educational setting for students at Fieldcrest High School includes a curriculum enhanced by the utilization of One to One technology.  Students also enjoy vocational opportunities through the coordinated programs with the Bloomington Area Career Center (BACC).  A member of the Heart of Illinois Conference, a student attending Fieldcrest will be challenged both educationally and extracurricular.  Opportunities can be found in this place!  Enjoy your visit!!!

High School Happenings

It's Homecoming Week at Fieldcrest!

Fieldcrest High School will be celebrating Homecoming 2018 beginning September 17 with daily trivia and dress up days during the week.  On Friday, students will participate in class competitions including the annual skit performances and parade that will begin at 4:00.  The football team will compete against Flanagan-Cornell on Friday beginning at 7:00.  The dance is scheduled for Saturday at 8:00.  Congratulations to the FHS Homecoming Court!


Front Row- Natalie Schultz, Kaitlyn Carver, Zada Baker, Marissa Manning, Jacie Sullivan, Addie Goodrich, Leah Miller

 

Second Row- Mason Stoeger, Michael Fandel, Andrew Gochanour, Michael Morse, Ryan Naas, Derek May, Clay Wells


FHS is Looking for YOUR Input...

As an educational institution, our objective is to encourage life long learning with all Fieldcrest Stakeholders including students, staff, parents and the community in general.  We are currently investigating ways to provide Adult Education opportunities to others in our community.  Please take a moment to complete the short survey below to provide our school the level of Adult Education interest in our district.  Thank you!



Fieldcrest High School is Back in Session!!

Thank you to Jay Hurd and Country Financial for the FHS Renaissance Shirts!

Fieldcrest Renaissance Celebrates 
a Rainy Friday with First Student Cookout



    FHS Dance and Key Club Raise $$$ for       St. Jude's
This year was the 4th annual St. Jude basket raffle hosted by the FHS Dance Team and Key Club. They have raised over $1200 for St. Jude. The donation was given to St. Jude through the St. Jude Runners of Minonk and also in honor of Alex and Bryce McKay.  A check was presented to Kimberly and John McKay at the last regular season basketball game. Over the last four years, a total of $5,265 has been given to St. Jude.

*Picture courtesy of TNT Photo

Roanoke Ford Supports FHS!

Special Thanks to Roanoke Ford and Ford Motor Company for their donation to the Renaissance Club.  The dealership worked with FHS on organizing the Drive One 4Ur School program in the fall raising $2800 for the group.  Thanks also to the Fieldcrest community for supporting the event.





Fieldcrest High School Celebrates Our Veterans!  We appreciate your service!

YouTube Video


FHS Students Perform at HAMILTON

The FHS Dual Credit History enjoyed a day in Chicago viewing the Broadway Production of Hamilton.  The trip was part of an educational experience sponsored by the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History and Chicago Public Schools.  Fieldcrest students John Megow, Clay Wells and Logan Schmillen were selected as one of 15 groups to perform on stage during the morning.  Performances were samples of projects highlighting research and discovery of Alexander Hamilton’s story completed by students. 

YouTube Video

 

Homecoming Royalty 

Congratulations to the 2017 Homecoming King and Queen, Zachary Moritz and Emma Lorton.  The royal court also includes:  Jaxson Cusac-McKay and Reagan Ruestman, Kenton Castrejon and Nicole McKinney, Ryan Naas and Jacie Sullivan, Matthew Cook and Callie Dye, Travis Cook and Payton Weber, & Elliott Johnson and Paige Sons.



IHSA Regional Golf Champions!!!


Congratulations to the Fieldcrest High School Boys Golf Team on winning the Seneca Golf Regional.  This is the schools first regional golf title. The team moves on to the IHSA Sectional hosted by Bismarck-Henning on Monday.

Drive One 4Ur School Raises Funds for FHS

Thank you to Roanoke Ford, Ford Motor Company and everyone who test drove vehicles to raise $$$ for FHS Renaissance!

 

Young Hearts 4 Life Comes to FHS
Fieldcrest High School wishes to thank district nurse Nancy Reiter, Carolyn Oleson and the staff from Advocate BroMenn, and all of the Fieldcrest community members on their support of the Young Hearts 4 Life event.  Over 240 students had an ECG screening to help diagnose any early cardiovascular issues.  This has been the 3rd visit to Fieldcrest High School by the Advocate team.


Jessica Flores Creates Animation

Jessica Flores, a senior at Fieldcrest, created an animation project using Gimp and Wevideo programs.  The animation is 104 frames and lasts 8 seconds.  Jessica is in Art IV and has worked 4 weeks on the animation.  You are invited to take a look! 

Flores Animation





Lumen or Schoology—What is the difference and which one do I choose?

Lumen is our district’s Student Information System(SIS).  It contains demographic (address, guardian, emergency contacts) information on your student, also, it lists their grades, lunch fees, registration fees, and student schedules.  The parent logon information is given during registration. 

Schoology is our district’s Learning Management System (LMS).  The teachers use this program to communicate with students.  Students are automatically signed up for this when school starts.  Parents have an option to sign up for this by contacting the school.  The students can view their assignments, schedules, announcements, feedback on assignments submitted, and a calendar with upcoming dates.  Teachers also use Schoology to give online tests, make resources available to students (rather than giving them a paper copy), have students submit homework in digital form and email.   The grades that students see in Schoology are for assignments submitted online.  To view the current grade for the class, Lumen is the source parents and students need to use.

In the future, we hope to have Lumen and Schoology be able to sync information like grades and assignments.   However, right now parents need to rely on Lumen to have the correct grades posted.


Official School Records/Transcript information:  To request an official record from Fieldcrest High School, please download and complete the records request form found on the Guidance Department Page.  You may return the form by mail, fax or electronically scanning the page to return.