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FPS Celebrates Digital Citizenship Week

In support of Digital Citizenship week, the following activities took place during the weeks of October 9-18. The students and staff of Fairbury Jr. Sr. High School and Jefferson Elementary were encouraged to participate. The goal was that together we can model and promote positive digital citizenship in our school and community!

Monday October 9 – Wednesday October 18th –  Decorate Your Door Contest. Faculty and students were invited to decorate their doors with the theme “Be Internet Awesome!”.  Judging took place on the 18th.  Winners were announced at the end of the day.  There was a popcorn party for the winning door from Fairbury Jr. Sr. High and Jefferson. 
Mrs. Scott’s Classroom ~ Jefferson Winner
Mrs. Winter’s Classroom ~ Jr. Sr. High Winner
On Monday, October 16th, the Fairbury Jr. Sr. High School also had a convocation with Hunter Rodenslaben.

Hunter’s Story

​Heading into his freshman year of high school, Hunter faced tragedy with the loss of his mother to cancer. While coping with the situation, Hunter developed a vision of making a positive impact on people’s lives.

As a 12-year-old, Hunter created the Twitter account @AthleteNation where he shared inspirational and uplifting messages. Today, Athlete Nation is a sports media company with a platform of over 70,000 followers.

As a recognized professional speaker before graduating high school in 2017, Hunter shares his story of overcoming adversity to help empower others to make a difference. Hunter works in guiding today’s generations to leverage the power of social media to change the world for the better.