Greetings, New Fletcher Families!
The Fletcher School community is so excited to welcome you! See the relevant information below. Please be sure to submit your medical forms.
In order for medications to be administered, forms must be returned and medications must be delivered to the Front Desk.
2023-2024 Medication Authorization - and immunization records are required for all prescription medications and over-the-counter medication given at school, field trips, and overnight trips.
2023-2024 Physical Exam and Health History - are required for all new students and all sixth graders as well as annually for all athletes.
Please note that no student may possess any medication, including over-the-counter medication such as cough drops, Tylenol, and ibuprofen.
If your child has a medical condition such as asthma, severe allergies, epilepsy, or diabetes requiring the use of emergency medication or needs special care, please submit an action plan found by clicking here as well as the medication authorization form.
Calendar at a Glance
Keeping In Touch
Weekly ENOTES - Every Thursday, our Enotes are delivered to your email inbox beginning in August and continuing through May. This email contains everything you need to know about upcoming events and activities.
Front Desk - Emailing firstname.lastname@example.org is the best way of contacting the school and letting all pertinent personnel know of late arrival or early departure.
Social Media - We encourage you to connect with us @FletcherFalcons:
Before and After School Information
The Fletcher School offers a variety of Before and After School Activities to enhance our students' educational experience and provide parents with support. Students must be registered in advance to participate.
Registration for the spring season will open on January 25, 2024, and remain open until February 2, 2024. Please view our Before & After School Activities and Athletics for this spring.
Please visit the FACTS Family Portal, and click on Resource Documents to find the Family & Student Handbook, which covers dress code and many helpful topics.
Lower School students are required to wear Fletcher polo shirts on all field trips. Fletcher polo shirts can be ordered through the Lands’ End School, Squadlocker, or AlphabetSoup links below.
Students in Grades 6-8 who are enrolled in physical education classes are expected to dress in PE uniforms consisting of a Fletcher shirt (short or long sleeves) and Fletcher athletic shorts. PE uniforms can be ordered from the Lands’ End School, Squadlocker, or AlphabetSoup links below.
School Technology (iPads and Macbooks)
Grades K - 4 - New students will receive their iPads from their teacher during the first days of school.
Grades 5 - 12 - New fifth graders will receive their MacBooks from their teacher during the first days of school.
Lunch and Pre-Ordering
Links to the month's lunch menu may be found at the bottom of each ENOTES, The Fletcher School's weekly newsletter, in the Helfpul Links section.
Pre-ordering is encouraged. Pre-orders are due by 5 pm on Thursdays for the following week. Follow these instructions.
Parents' Council Volunteer Opportunities
There are many fun ways to be engaged at The Fletcher School! Please consider volunteering with Parents' Council during the academic year. Sign-up here!
FACTS Family and Student Portal
FACTS is the School’s parent and student portal for student information and financial accounts. When your student was enrolled in The Fletcher School, a FACTS Family Portal account was created. FACTS contains a myriad of information including resource documents, web forms, and our school directory. Many families find FACTS useful when trying to establish carpools. If you are searching for families to carpool with, we suggest using the FACTS Family portal. Once there, click on the school tab, then the directory tab. You will see the postal code listed. Click on it, and it will reorder the postal codes in order.
Below are web forms that will need your completion/update every year and are located in your parent portal:
Demographic Forms - Forms include Student Information, Parent/Guardian Information, Student Health Information, Emergency Contacts, Authorized Pick-Up, and Grandparent Information. It is your responsibility to keep this information current.
Student Parking Request and Authorization - Students in grades 10-12 only
Volunteer Driver MVR Authorization - A new form must be submitted every year in order to remain eligible to drive for school-sponsored events
Annual Fund and Financial Support