• Listen to FPD Devotionals Via SoundCloud

    Parents and others can hear our weekly faculty devotionals from Dr. Charley Chase via FPD's subscription to SoundCloud, an audio sharing website. To listen, simply visit our SoundCloud page, find the devotional you'd like to hear and click the orange "play" button.

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  • Breakfast Plan Starts Wednesday

    Beginning Wednesday, Sept. 11, FPD will offer breakfast in the lunchroom. Breakfast will begin at 7 a.m. and will be offered every Wednesday throughout the school year.

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  • Blood Drive Feature Video

    FPD hosted a Red Cross Blood Drive on Monday under the direction of French teacher Irene Marxsen. A recap of the event will be…

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  • Author Jeff Shinabarger Visits FPD

    Jeff Shinabarger, author of More or Less, spoke to FPD high school students on Thursday, September 5.  Afterwards, he visited Bible classes throughout the day. Check…

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  • 5th Grade Band Video Feature

    The FPD 5th Grade Band students have been practicing hard over the past week. Check out the video to learn more!

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  • Physics Students Enjoy Graphing in Class

    Students in Mrs. Tami Jerles high school physics class enjoyed a fun, yet challenging project in class this week. Check out the video to…

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  • Author of “More or Less” to Visit FPD Campus

    Author Jeff Shinabarger will visit FPD on Thursday, September 5.

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  • Thousands turn out for Childers ceremony

    An estimated 3,000 people showed up for the dedication ceremony honoring Austin Childers, a 2009 graduate who has battled mitochondrial disease since his seventh grade year.

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  • School cuts ribbon on new facility

    FPD hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Aug. 26 at the public unveiling of the beautiful, new addition to the Clark Fine Arts Center as we welcomed back former board and faculty members, donors and other friends of the school.

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  • FPD to dedicate field to Austin Childers

    On Friday, Aug. 30, FPD will dedicate the football field to Austin Childers, who never played a down for the Vikings due to his condition, yet served as team captain his senior year and is regarded as a hero by many in the FPD community.

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