The mission of the Fort Cherry School District is to create a learning community committed to providing our students with the skills, knowledge, and opportunities to be productive and successful citizens in a global society.
The vision of the Fort Cherry School District is to establish a collaborative community supporting, engaging, and challenging our students to develop a life-long quest for knowledge and success.
Sapphire Community Portal
Fort Cherry SD is no longer using Visions as our Student Information System. Our new student Information System (SIS) is called Sapphire. Parents/Guardians & Students who have NOT registered for a Sapphire Login may click HERE to Create a Web Portal Account.
School Events & Activities
School Picture Day
Date: Wednesday, September 30th
Click HERE to Order Pictures Online prior to picture day.
Click HERE to Print an Order Form to give to the photographer on picture day.
Cyber Students click HERE to schedule an appointment for pictures after school hours.
Pennies for PatientsThe Pennies for patients program has moved online this year. FFA is sponsoring an online fundraising program until October 16th. Click HERE for more information and to donate.
Click HERE to request a New Fort Cherry HS ID if yours was lost or damaged
Click HERE for the Parent/Student Ranger Tech Help Desk.
Click HERE to access the Fort Cherry SD Health & Safety Plan for Athletics & Extracurricular Activities and the Participation Waiver.
The FCHS Home-2-School Committee provides parents, students, teachers, community members, and staff the opportunity to collaborate with the purpose of providing resources and opportunities to students. If you are interested in becoming a member, please click HERE for the registration form. To see the PowerPoint from our General Membership Meeting, please click HERE. For more information, please contact the school.
Safe2Say Something is a program that allows you to submit secure and anonymous safety concerns to help identify and intervene with at-risk individuals BEFORE they hurt themselves or others. You can do this by reporting observed threats, behaviors, actions, and harassment. You can report concerns three (3) ways:
Website - www.saysomething.net
App - “Say Something” – Free for iPhone & Android
Phone - Call the hotline – 1-844-723-2729
We can all use a little help adjusting to our new "normal" at home. Here are some resources to help our parents/guardians, teachers, students, and community members: