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Emily is a student in Aerospace who was diagnosed with sarcoma this school year. As a school, we wish to come together to support the family. Please visit the Fundraising Page for further information.
GearUp Career Week
Gear Up Career Week
When: April 13-18
What: Gear Up will provided field trips to businesses that will give students a tour of the facility and a workshop on all the jobs offered at that business.
Where: United Illuminating, Greater Bridgeport Transit, Sikorsky, Bridgeport Hospital, St. Vincent's Medical Center, Rivendale Farm

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The Fairchild Wheeler Yearbook Committee is thrilled to announce that our yearbook is on sale! This yearbook will include portraits of all students and faculty and will commemorate moments such as Multicultural Night, Spirit Week, and the Wheeler Cup tournaments. The yearbook will cost $40.

Order your 2014-2015 Yearbook today!
All Debit/Credit Card Orders should be placed through
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High School Code: 12129115

All cash and money order payments should use the paper order form. Paper order forms should be returned to the Aerospace Office.
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Thank you
Mrs. Jessica Bromberg-Alvarado, M.S.

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Thank you for applying to the Interdistrict Magnet Schools at the Fairchild Wheeler Campus. The application period for the 2015-2016 school year is now closed. Lottery results have been emailed to all applicants who submitted applications. If you did not receive an email in your inbox, check your spam or junk folder. If you have any questions, please email Amy McLeod at
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Dear Parents and Guardians,

Spirit Week for the spring will be Monday March 30th to Thursday April 2nd. These events will demonstrate our support of one of our students that is presently battling cancer.

This is our theme schedule:
Monday - Superhero Day
Tuesday - Green for Emily & Traumatic Brain Injury Awareness Month
Wednesday - Jersey Day
Thursday - Lavender for Cancer Awareness OR Yellow for Sarcoma Cancer Awareness

Participating students must still be in dress code (collared shirt, NO JEANS, NO SWEATPANTS, NO LEGGINGS!).

Students that participate and are in dress code are not required to wear a lab coat.

We will also have our Staff-Student Sports Tournament next week. Games will begin immediately after school each day. Admission costs $1 with all proceeds going to Emily's family for health care costs.

Monday - Wiffleball
Tuesday - Volleyball
Wednesday - Soccer
Thursday - Basketball

If you are interested in donating to Emily's family, please check out our GoFundMe page at

Thank you for your support,
FWC Student Council

Dear Parents and Guardians

There are only two weeks left to order a yearbook! The yearbook costs $40.

We sold out last year so plan early - order your book and be one of the happy people who receive a yearbook in May!

You may pre-order the yearbook online at the following address. Please contact if you have any questions. Order forms are also available in the office of each school.

High School Code: 12129115

Thank you
Fairchild Wheeler Yearbook Committee

Shubham Singh and Anubhav Dhar, members of the FCW Math Club, qualified for the National Math Con in Chicago. They finished in the Top 700 from amongst 45,000 students competing. Visit the Fundraising Page to help pay for their travel costs.

Graham Bonnell, of Fairfield, a junior at Fairchild Wheeler Magnet High School in Bridgeport, discusses his project on hydrogen fuel cells during finals judging of the 67th annual Science and Engineering Fair at Quinnipiac University in Hamden, Conn. Graham was selected to be a finalist in the competition.

Elijah Rodriguez's project on Bivalve filter feeding in the Long Island Sound was selected to receive a special award at the CT Science Fair

Fairchild Wheeler won eight awards at the City Wide Science Fair. We also won First Place in every grade that we have.

11th Grade
1st Place - Lais DaSilva ($11,000 scholarship winner)
2nd Place - Graham Bonnell ($11,000 scholarship winner)
Honorable Mention : Sabrina Keo

10th Grade
1st Place - Anubhar Dhar
Honorable Mention - Danna Portillo and Sydney Kmetz

9th Grade
1st Place : Rhea Grant
2nd Place : Elijah Rodriguez
3rd Place : Emilie Alber

Lais Da Silva
Science Fair Winner
Scholarship Winner
Graham Bonnell
Scholarship Winner
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Ms. Ewa Januszkiewicz, IT Science teacher, recently represented the USA at the IPF (International Powerlifting Federation) Raw Worlds Power Lifting Championship in Johannesburg, South Africa in June.

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