FLHS PROJECT RUNWAY! Is Your Senior Signed Up?

When: Sunday March 24, 1 pm to 3 pm
Where: FLHS Auditorium
Who: Email Co-Chairs, Jen Hinkle (jenhinkle@att.net) or Laura Silence (Laura@thesilences.com) with any questions!

WHAT IS THE PROJECT RUNWAY SENIOR SHOWCASE? It’s a once in a lifetime event (click here to add your senior’s name to the list of those participating!) for graduating seniors who’d like a few minutes in the spotlight, sporting local fashions and made up by local stylists, as HeadmasterMC Greg Hatzis reads highlights of their storied high school careers. Seniors can walk the catwalk on their own or together with friends. It’s the ultimate photo op. Click here to make sure your senior is signed up to participate and celebrate!

FLHS Seniors and Faculty will model gorgeous fashions from: Apricot Lane, Anthropologie, BHLDN, Camillo Tuxedos, Capri, The Gap, Giuliana Boutique, Millie Rae’s, Sailor Sailor, Splash of Pink, Southern Tide and more!

What else? Special Performance by Ludlowe’s own Close Harmony A Cappella singers and members of the Jazz Ensemble. Sweet and savory treats from Ludlowe Culinary Arts Program.

If your senior signs up to participate, you should attend the next PTA meeting on Thursday, March 7, 6pm in the Library Lecture Hall. We are first on the agenda… come and learn more about the event and how you can help!

Project Runway Frequently Asked Questions:

1) Who can participate in Project Runway?
The event is open to all FLHS Seniors who sign up and submit a bio form by March 1. Click here to sign up now!

2) What’s a bio (biography) form?
It’s a quickie online questionnaire each student model fills out so that the Project Runway committee can write a brief blurb for Mr. Hatzis to read as the models walk the runway. Link to the form here.

3) What time do models need to arrive for the event?
10:30am on Sunday, March 24. There will be a full rehearsal before the event that is mandatory.

4) Will there be snacks for the models?
Yes, but students will also want to bring lunch.

5) How do I get an outfit to wear for Project Runway?
The parent committee divides up the students by store. One parent will be in charge of each store, and contact the students to arrange a time to visit the store and try on clothes. The parent coordinators will pick up the outfits and bring them to the school on March 24 and take everything back when the show is over that day.

6) Are shoes and accessories included in the outfits?
No, we ask that all models provide their own shoes and accessories.
Jewelry, handbags, hats, sunglasses, etc. are all welcome!

7) When will I know what store will provide my clothes?
You will receive an email soon after the March 1 sign up deadline.

8) Do I need to attend any meetings?
No. There was a brief informational meeting on Feb. 6, but attendance isn’t mandatory for participating.

9) I have more questions! Who should I contact?
Please email Project Runway Co-Chairs, Jen Hinkle (jenhinkle@att.net) or Laura Silence (Laura@thesilences.com) with any questions!

Purchase Project Runway Tickets and/or Fill Out Your Senior Shout Online by Clicking Here.

Prefer paper?  If you say so — click here.

Get PTA Alerts To Your Phone

On your phone, text the message @flhspta to the number 81010. You’ll get meeting and other important reminders on your phone.

Headmaster’s Coffee for Parents of Seniors, Feb. 21, 2019

Do you have a senior this year?  This last Headmaster’s Coffee will cover exactly what kind of year your student is having and how to successfully glide into the home stretch. So mark it in your calendar now — Thursday, Feb. 21, 9:15 AM, Falcon’s Nest. Breakfast served.

New 2019 Deals from our PTA Sponsor, AlphaPrep SAT & ACT Prep

Take advantage of greatly discounted pricing for your student’s SAT/ACT prep. Contact AlphaPrep directly at Phone: 1 888-84-ALPHA or visit at: www.alphaprep.com or email at: info@alphaprep.com

The code to use at the AlphaPrep site is fphs.  New times and locations for 2019 classes:

Class for April ACT 2019 @ FWHS
February 22 – April 12; Fridays, 3:00 –5:00 pm

Class for May SAT 2019 @ FLHS
March 4 – April 29; Mondays, 5:30 –7:30 pm

Class for June SAT 2019 @FWHS
April 4 – May 30; Thursdays, 5:30 –7:30 pm

Class for June ACT 2019 @FWHS
April 9 – June 4; Tuesdays, 3:00 –5:15 pm

Need-Based Scholarships may be available – please contact your guidance office.
Voted BEST SAT/ACT TUTORING – Readers Choice Awards 2018, Fairfield Magazine

Upcoming meeting dates for 2019 are:

2/7/19 3/7/19 4/11/19 5/9/19 6/6/19

Think You’re NOT Getting the Falcon Flash?

First, please put this email address in your contacts if you haven’t done so already —


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FORMS! FORMS! FORMS!  Prefer to download & print?  Here you go

2018-2019 Fairfield Schools Calendar

Join PTA as a family

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A Message from Our President

Welcome to Freshmen Families

Welcome to Upperclassmen Families

Click here to check out our approved budget for the 2018-19 school year.

And click here to find out the 2018-19 Executive Board & Committee Chairs —

— we still have open positions for someone with your particular set of skills.

Have you fallen behind in your FLHS PTA lore and trivia?  Maybe you want to re-live every exciting detail of committee reports, grant requests and luncheon planning.  Well, you’re in luck — we’ve stored materials for all past PTA meetings here.  Enjoy!!!

Click here for past meeting minutes, agenda and treasurer reports

Hey! My Info Changed on MySchoolAnywhere This Year!

If your info looks a tad different, it’s because our PTA is now using Infinite Campus contact info to reach and email you for PTA news & events.  Once you’re in MySchoolAnywhere, you may edit your contact info to look any way you want!  Questions? Just email flhsptapresident@gmail.com.

New SAT/ACT Prep Dates for Summer 2018

Discounted prep services from AlphaPrep, sponsor of Warde & Ludlowe HS PTAs

Go to www.alphaprep.com Use the course code: FPHS to find summer classes in Fairfield at both Warde and Ludlowe. Don’t delay. Sign up TODAY to make sure you get a seat!

What is AlphaPrep?
AlphaPrep is a Connecticut based, full-service tutoring firm providing an outstanding, individualized approach to SAT & ACT test preparation. For the past decade, AlphaPrep has sponsored the Fairfield Warde & Ludlowe PTAs on behalf of all Fairfield high school families. The PTAs have negotiated the lowest rates possible to allow all Fairfield high schoolers the benefits of an internationally recognized test preparation program. A portion of all tuition fees is donated back to the Warde & Ludlowe PTAs. Students needing financial assistance may inquire about AlphaPrep scholarships through their school counselor. AlphaPrep has developed a proprietary tutoring program and web tool to meet the academic needs of busy students with the added convenience of classes being held in our schools here in Fairfield.

Need-based scholarships may be available – please contact your guidance office.

FREE Parenting Workshop: Given by INSPIRE, a sponsor of the FLHS PTA

Creating Lasting Family Connections (CLFC)

A panel of college presidents was recently asked how high schools could better prepare students for college. The unanimous answer: send us emotionally healthy young people.

To that end, we have structured workshops that take place as a 90 min session, once a week, over 5 weeks — for Parents/Guardians only.

WHAT IS CLFC: Participants in our Creating Lasting Family Connections workshop will experience a focused exploration of interpersonal communication skills, expression of feelings and self-awareness. Guided by a trained facilitator, parents will learn effective strategies to strengthen family relationships–especially with teens. They are also provided the opportunity to practice these skills in a comfortable and confidential group setting. Open to both Ludlowe and Warde families!

WHY: Research shows that clear and consistent messages from parents to be one of the most influential factors as teens make decisions about alcohol and drug use. Studies also show small communities (such as parents of same age children, same school district, same neighborhood, etc.) that gather to discuss common challenges are more connected and productive. Effective communications can reduce stress in families.

Look for new meeting dates coming above for the 2018-19 school year.

Freshman Forum 2017

Check out these great materials from last year’s FLHS Freshman Forum, a special presentation on the dangers of alcohol and substance abuse.  Click on these topics to get a head start on next year’s forum:   

1.  Freshman Forum 2017 Community & School Resouces
2.  Homework for Parents
3.  Power of Parents – Alcohol
4.  Power of Parents – Marijuana
5.  Marijuana Facts for Teens
6.  Parents’ Legal Liability for Illegal Serving & Party Hosting
7.  FREE Family Communications Workshops for FLHS families!!!

Congratulations to Christie McEldowney who will take the reins as PTA President for 2019-20. Email Steve and Christie at flhsptapresident@gmail.com

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If not, you’re probably not in our PTA database.  Fix that by going HERE now.  And please buy your PTA membership when you get there.  Thank you for supporting our PTA. 🙂

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Receive Text Msgs from remind.com Telling You 2 Go 2 PTA Meetings

On your phone, text the message @flhspta to the number 81010
You’ll get meeting reminders on your phone.

Some times you may ignore these, but others you’ll be glad you set reminders! 

How Do I Add the FLHS PTA Web Site
to My Phone’s Home Screen?

1. Go to your smart phone and type flhs pta (or flhspta, or Fairfield Ludlowe PTA, etc.) into your web browser window (Safari on an iPhone)


2. It should land you on a results page like this, click the result on top (that’s us!)


3. Now you’re looking at the mobile version of our FLHS PTA site — flhspta.org.  Click that little box with an arrow shooting out of it (keep looking, it’s there)…


4. …and you’ll see some options pop up. Click to Add to Home Screen


5. Then click the word in blue, Add, below


6.   Congrats. That blue tile below is the FLHS PTA site and you just added it to your phone (you’re really good at this).


Hope you find this helpful and save yourself both time and paper.  If you have questions, do not hesitate to let us know at flhsptapresident@gmail.com

Volunteers Wanted!

Click on Events/Volunteer above to learn about all the things we
need your help with this year.  Or just click here


FLHS PTA’s First 2016 Parent Program of the Year —
S4: Work Smarter, Not Harder with Evidence-Based Study Skills

Help your teen start the new school year right straight out of the gate with the tools to becoming a smart learner. The PTAs of Fairfield Ludlowe High School & Fairfield Warde High School jointly invite you to a free Phttp://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f0444aaaf2da7f94-openarent Workshop presented by Michelle Sagalyn, founder and president of Successful Study Skills 4 Students,

Where:  Fairfield Ludlowe High School, in the Lecture Hall at the back of the FLHS Library
When:  Thursday, September 22nd at 7 pm

Find out how you can effectively support your child’s educational experience. You will leave this 90-minute interactive and informative presentation with specific ways students can organize their calendars, projects, tests and daily study habits. Discover why more than 3,000 students have participated in S4’s evidence-based workshops in Connecticut and New York. Check out S4’s website at http://www.successfulstudyskills4students.com/

2016-17 school year


Many thanks to our PTA volunteers who helped prepare the
2016 Summer Mailing & Freshmen Preview folders on Aug. 16th & 17th.

For the summer mailing that arrives to 10th, 11th & 12th grade homes next week,
our volunteers collated roughly 12,000 flyers & forms,
and stuffed & sealed them into 1,200 envelopes
(that’s 10 pieces per mailer).

For Freshmen/New student Preview Day on Aug. 24th, PTA volunteers collated
roughly 7,220 pieces and put them into 380 folders
(that’s 18 pieces per folder).

It was really amazing and we owe a lot of thanks to the parents who made it happen.
They are:

Dorene Herron
Jennifer Jacobsen Tapsall
Abbey Flink
Mary Mayer
Jane Corbett
Liz Moyse
Christine Vitale
Amy de Lannoy
Samantha Pawlina
Jim Accomando
Upper grades families, look for your mailings to arrive the week of Aug. 22nd.
 Freshmen and New Student families — see you at the school for Preview Day, Wednesday, Aug. 24.
 Estimated day for class schedules to go live for all grades is Thursday, Aug. 25th (tentative).

2016-17 school year
All athletes interested in playing on a fall sports team (except football) will meet on
Monday, August 22nd at 6:00 PM in the FLHS cafeteria
Please contact the Athletic Director’s office if you have questions.
  • Friday, Aug. 19 – 5:00 to 8:00 Taft Field; Saturday, Aug. 20 – 8:00 to 11:00 Taft Field; Monday, Aug. 22 – Wednesday, Aug 24 – 5:00 to 8:00 Taft Field; Thursday, Aug 25 – Full Pads with schedule to be sent by Coach Camera
Girls’ Soccer:
  • Thursday, Aug 25 – 9:00 to 11:00 meet at Taft Field in bleachers; Thursday, Aug 25 – 3:00 to 5:00 Sturges Park; Friday, Aug 26 – 11:00 to 2:00 Taft Field; Saturday, Aug 27 – 9:00 to 12:00 Sturges Park
Boys’ Soccer:
  • Thursday, Aug 25 – 9:00 to 11:00 at RLMS field and 4:00 to 6:30 at Taft Field; Friday, Aug 26 – 8:00 to 11:00 at RLMS; Saturday, Aug 27 – (11th & 12th grades) – 10:00 to 12:30 RLMS ; (9th & 10th grades) – 12:30 to 3:00 RLMS
Field Hockey: 
  • Thursday, Aug 25 – 7:45 to 10:30 at Taft Field and 2:00 to 4:00 at Taft Field; Friday, Aug 26 – 7:45 to 10:30 at Taft Field and 2:00 to 4:00 at Taft Field;Saturday, Aug 27 – 9:00 to 12:00 Taft Field and 4:00 to 5:30 Taft Field
Girls’ Volleyball: 
  • Thursday, Aug 25 – 3:30 to 5:30 and 7:00 to 8:30 Main Gym; Friday, Aug 26 – 3:30 to 6:30 Main Gym; Saturday, Aug 27 – 9:00 to 11:30 and 12:30 to 2:30 Main Gym
Cross Country:
  • Thursday, Aug 25 – 2:30 to 4:30 on Stadium Track; Friday, Aug 26 – 2:30 to 4:30 on Stadium Track; Saturday, Aug 27 – OFF
Girls’ Swimming & Diving:
  • Monday, Aug 29 – 3:00 to 5:15 at Westport YMCA*; Tuesday, Aug. 30 – 3:00 to 5:15 at Westport YMCA*; Wednesday, Aug 31 – 3:00 to 5:15 at Westport YMCA*
*Athletes must provide their own transportation both ways to Westport YMCA on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday and shuttle to YMCA will start on first day of school Thursday, Sept. 1
For Fairfield Ludlowe Athletic Information, be sure to follow:
On Facebook: Fairfield Ludlowe Athletics
On Twitter/Instagram: @ludlowesports

2016-17 school year

Fairfield Warde & Ludlowe High School PTA Parent Book Group Discussion RsvP here

No More Pencils, No More Books…well, maybe just one book
nd you thought Summer Reading was only for the kids).

Take some time out this summer to read “The Gift of Failure” by Jessica Lahey who is an educator, writer, and speaker. She writes the bi-weekly New York Times column, “The Parent-Teacher Conference,” is a correspondent at the Atlantic, and a regular commentator on Vermont Public Radio. She and has appeared as a parenting and education expert on The Today Show, Fox and Friends, MSNBC, the BBC, NPR, and many others.

We will gather for our book discussion in the Memorial Room of the Fairfield Main Library on Monday, August 29th, 2016 7:00pm-8:45pm. Coffee and dessert will be provided, but feel free to bring your own treat to share with others. Bring your book and any notes or comments you’d like to discuss. To help us plan for the evening, please RsvP by clicking here. This is a great way to connect with other parents of kids middle school on up through college. Questions? Contact Laura Lawlor.

SAVE THE DATE 2016-17 school year

Headmaster’s Coffees!
Don’t miss these important insights into your child’s year.

Meet FLHS Headmaster Greg Hatzis as he hosts a series of grade-specific talks
on how to meet your child’s needs as they experience their coming year at FLHS.
There will be 4 Coffees.  Look for your child’s grade below and Save The Date.

Freshmen, 9th:  Thursday, Sept. 29, 9:15 AM, Falcon’s Nest
Junior, 11th:  Thursday, Oct. 20, 9:15 AM, Falcon’s Nest
Sophomore, 10th:  Thursday, Nov. 17, 9:15 AM, Falcon’s Nest
Senior, 12th:  Thursday, Jan. 26, 9:15 AM, Falcon’s Nest

ABOUT THE FLHS PTAfalcon small

The Fairfield Ludlowe High School PTA is dedicated to enhancing the educational experience of all FLHS students, strengthening the connection between school and home, fostering collaboration with teachers, and advocating on behalf of education, families, and staff.   Email us at flhsptapresident@gmail.com, or regular mail us at:

Fairfield Ludlowe High School
785 Unquowa Road
Fairfield, CT  06824


















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Individual Houses

Warner House
House Office: (203) 255-7223
Counseling Office: (203) 255-7225

Webster House
House Office: (203) 255-7236
Counseling Office: (203) 255-7238

Wright House
House Office: (203) 255-7240
Counseling Office: (203) 255-7242

School Info.

Fairfield Ludlowe High School
785 Unquowa Road
Fairfield, CT 06824
Phone: (203) 255-7201
Fax:(203) 255-7213

Greg C. Hatzis