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Building the Future!

The construction of three new schools is progressing. Click here for more information, updates, photos, and more.

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New Central Elementary and New Compass Elementary

New Central Elementary 

New Compass Elementary

New Central Elementary

New Compass Elementary

New Freshman School

New Freshman School

Painting at Central!

Classrooms taking shape at Central!

More classroom space at Central!

Compass Elementary!

Stage at Compass

Classroom space at Compass

Freshman School!

Performing Arts Center Stage at Freshman School

Freshman School gymnasium



Countdown to Construction Completion!

News and Announcements

SPECIAL NEEDS FISHING TRIP LOCATION CHANGED!

The special needs fishing trip scheduled for Thursday, April 27 has changed locations due to weather concerns. The event will now be in the Fairfield High School Arena and Auxiliary Gym. All seniors helping with the event should report to the Arena at 8:00 a.m. Please help us spread the word! Thank you!

Take a Road Trip Through the Arts with FCSD Arts Fair 2017!

Arts Fair 2017 will take visitors on a road trip through our fine arts programs on May 7 from 1-5 p.m. at Fairfield High School. Buckle up for the ride! This free event will include instrumental and vocal performances, visual arts, displays from our Butler Tech programs, and high-energy performances from our show choirs!

Last Tours of Central, Freshman School May 6

May 6 is the last chance to walk through Central Elementary and Freshman School before these buildings are torn down. This tour is free and open to the public and runs from 9 a.m. until noon. Thanks to the Fairfield High School Alumni Association for organizing!

Intradistrict Transfer Forms Available Online

Intradistrict Transfer forms are now on this website. The forms will also be available in the buildings and will be accepted beginning April 11. Intradistrict Transfer forms are for families who would like their child(ren) to attend a different elementary or middle school than the one they are assigned to by their area of residency. To download the form...

Child Find - Search for Children or Individuals with Disabilities Notice

The Fairfield City School District is continuing the effort to identify, locate, evaluate, and provide services to any child with a suspected disability between the ages of 3-21. Children may have diagnoses including, but not limited to, the following: autism, traumatic brain injury, hearing impairments, visual impairments, speech and language delays, learning delays, behavioral concerns and multiple disabilities. It is our goal to identify and provide services as early as possible. If you suspect your child may benefit from this type of screening or service prior to enrolling in school, please call (513) 829-4311.

Fairfield Community Members Invited to Participate in Preschool Services Survey

We are inviting all Fairfield community members to participate in a brief survey regarding Preschool Services in Fairfield City Schools. The results of this survey will be used to advise our ongoing improvement for Fairfield City Schools Preschool Program. Thank you for your time and ideas! Click the headline above to access the survey.

FFS Student Headed to Business Professionals of America National Competition in Florida!

Photo of Da Mar Dennis with his trophy

Da Mar Dennis won 3rd place in his competition, Basic Office Systems. Da Mar will now represent Ohio at the annual National BPA Convention, at Disney World in Orlando, Florida in May. Additionally, four students won Top 10 in their contests: Tyler Storer, Alex Benson, and Ruchen Yang won Top 10 in Economic Research Team category. Ethan Link won Top 10 in Visual Basic/C# Programming.

Students Complete Credit Requirements in New Alternative Program at FHS

The new Fairfield High School FLEX program is designed as an alternative setting to the traditional high school classroom. Students are engaged in “blended learning” which incorporates classroom learning and instruction combined with our online Peak program to supplement, streamline and differentiate the learning process for each student.
The following students have completed their credit requirements! Ashlynn George Smith, Mason Schulkers, Kayla Taylor, Destiny Place, and Autumn Saxon, Michaela Gregston, Guillermo Zuniga and Bradley Schooley.
Congratulations!

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