• Announcements, lessons, assignments, and resources for our Falmouth High School students are available in the online learning platforms students regularly use with their teachers. For some, that is GoogleClassroom, and for others that is Schoology. When a platform is unavailable, communication between students and teachers will be conducted via Falmouth Public Schools email, and FHS students are expected to regularly check their school emails for additional information. Use of telecommunications tools like Zoom and GoogleMeet will be announced through the online learning platforms GoogleClassroom and Schoology, and, as necessary, via email. 

    Please email FHS Principal, Ms. Mary Gans, at mgans@falmouth.k12.ma.us if your child needs access to their device. 

    If you have questions about learning opportunities, you are welcome to email us at learning@falmouth.k12.ma.us.

    You can also visit the Falmouth Public Schools' COVID-19 Response Site, falmouth.k12.ma.us/COVID19, for more general information about the extended closure. You are also welcome to email info@falmouth.k12.ma.us with general inquiries. 

    Sample School Closure Continuity of Learning Schedule

    (Adapted from Jessica McHale Photography COVID-19 Daily Schedule)

    Time Activity Description
    Before 7:30 am Wake Up Eat breakfast and prepare for daily activities
    7:30 am - 8:30 am Morning Activity Family or individual activity to get the day started
    8:30 am - 10:00 am Academic Time Refer to the Continuity of Learning Plans on the FPS Teaching & Learning Site
    10:00 am - 11:00 pm Creativity Time Try something new or do what you do! Have fun and be creative!
    11:00 pm - 12:00 pm Lunch/Midday Stretch Have lunch. Not ready? Have a snack.
    12:00 pm -1:00 pm Physical Activity Exercise/Activity of Choice
    1:00 pm -2:00 pm Academic Time Refer to the Continuity of Learning Plans on the FPS Teaching & Learning Site
    After 2:00 pm Free Time/ Family Time Pitch in and help around the house, relax and recharge, and maintain social distancing.
Last Modified on April 27, 2020