Fife Lake Elementary School was declared a Michigan REWARD SCHOOL for "High Progress" by the Michigan Department of Education. 


Forest Area High School was awarded an "A" rating by the Mackinac Center for Public Policy. 


Latest Articles

  • 7&4 Classroom Salutes

    We are proud to announce that several of our teachers have been selected for the 7&4 Classroom Salute.  To view the videos, click on the links below:   Mrs. Beach's 3rd Grade Class Mr...
  • MS/HS Art Donations

    The Forest Area Middle/High School Art program is in need of the following items:   Clean Plastic Tubs and/or Lids Clean shoes for shoe drawing projects Old lamps (working/not working) for ...
  • Fife Lake Students Learn About Alaska and Iditarod

    FIfe Lake Elementary read their way to the Iditarod Race in Alaska in March, during March is Reading Month.  Students spent the month Reading Across America.  They read facts about Alaska, i...
  • Professional Learning Communities

    Over the past four years, Forest Area Community School teachers have conducted meetings on Wednesdays called Professional Learning Communities (PLCs). On 18 scheduled “Late Start” Wednesdays throughou...
  • M-STEP Parent Letter from Michigan Department of Education

    The Michigan Department of Education recently released a letter for parents describing the new M-STEP test and which tests your students will take.  Please take the time to read it and review it ...
  • Jump with Jill Visits Fife Lake Elementary

    Students welcomed the Jump with Jill Rock n’ Roll Nutrition Show to Fife Lake Elementary on Tuesday, March 3rd.  Jill and DJ D entertained the students for an hour while addressing nutrition and ...
  • Students Compete in Regional Academic WorldQuest Competition

    Four students from Forest Area High School recently competed in the Regional Academic WorldQuest competition. Seventeen teams from northern Michigan were challenged with questions about geography, his...
  • FAHS Mackinac Center Report Card

    Forest Area High School was awarded an "A" rating by the Mackinac Center for Public Policy.    For more information, please visit the Mackinac Center for Public Policy page.
  • Fife Lake Reward School

    Fife Lake Elementary School was declared a Michigan REWARD SCHOOL for "High Progress" by the Michigan Department of Education.   What are Reward Schools?   Reward Schools are in the to...
  • Mrs. Hollow's Class Uses MEL

    In fourth grade, students use iPads to read electronic books from the Michigan elibrary, also known as MeL. The kids can access MeL from iPads or the netbooks. Administered by the Library of Michigan...
  • K-12 Regional Art Show is a Success!

    Congratulations to Lucas Garcia, 11th grade, for winning Honorable Mention at the K-12 Crooked Tree Arts Center Show in Traverse City. This show represented over 20 schools from the Grand Traverse Reg...
  • 2014 Homecoming

    Forest Area High School celebrated homecoming & spirit week, September 22-27. Students dressed up to show their school spirit, with each school day involving a different theme, as follows: Monday-...


  • Forest Area Middle/High School

    May 6, 2015 | 13:14 pm

    Middle School Yearbooks are available for purchase in the office for $ 8 each.

    Forest Area Community Dinner & Dance is tonight at 6:00 p.m. Cost to attend is $ 5.00 in advance or at the door. Proceeds to benefit the Music Department. Please see any HS Music Student or Mr. Deike for tickets.

    Summer Football Camp information packets are available in the high school office for grades 7-11 students interested in playing football in the fall.

    Any Senior planning on attending the Senior trip needs to pick up a transportation permission slip in the office and have their parent or guardian sign and return it by Friday, May 8, 2015 along with $ 25 for the cost of the trip.

    This week is your last chance to order books from Scholastic Book Club. Orders and money are due to Ms. Holeman by this Friday, May 8th. Stock up now for your summer reading plans! Remember: "There are worse crimes than burning books. One of them is not reading them." That was a quote by Ray Bradbury.

    NHS Blood Drive this Friday, May 8. Sign up & get a pass from Jackie Boger.

    Homework help with Mrs. Gillette today, May 6th has been cancelled.

    Congratulations go out the Middle School track team for their performance last night at Johannesburg-Lewiston. Carsen Symons posted a new school record in the 800 meter run with a time of 2:25.98 and finished 1st. Erik Gillette finished 1st in the high jump, Garrett Eppinger finished 3rd in the 200 hurdles. The 800 relay team of Caleb Horton, Justice Patton, John Stosio and Chase Ingersoll finished 2nd. For the girls, Lauren Lange finished 2nd in both the 100 M dash and the 200 hurdles. Miranda Korn finished 1st in the 200 m dash and the 800 relay team of Kaylee Winn, Rachael Vance, Katie Gillette and Lauren Lange finished 3rd.

    Middle School Track practice scheduled for today has been cancelled.

  • Fife Lake Elementary

    Apr 10, 2015 | 13:44 pm

    We continue to have our Popcorn Friday, so remember your money for the delicious popcorn.

    Hay Throwing' Hoedown Saturday, May 16th 1-3 p.m. The Forest Area PTO presents the annual Father Daughter Dance to be held at the Fife Lake Elementary School. Invite your favorite gent to escort you. Enjoy an afternoon of heel kickin', lemonade and finger foods. Dust off some boots throw on a flannel shirt or grab your dancin' dress. This dance is for Kindergarten through 5th grade girls. Tickets on Sale NOW at Fife Lake Elementary Office. Prices are .00 per couple and .00 for each additional gal. Ticket on dance day will be .00 and .00. Homemade Chili, keepsakes and photos will be available for purchase. Music will be provided by Hot Traxx DJ Service, Cadillac, MI