Dear FCSD Parents & Guardians,
We are writing to inform you that we received a communication from a clown group via social media, specifically addressing the Intermediate School, Middle School, Central Elementary, and East Elementary. This communication referenced a “visit.” We have spoken with the Fairfield City and Township Police Departments to make them aware. As you probably know, this is occurring across the country. We do not perceive this as a threat, but we believe you should know that they have contacted us. The families of students at the above-mentioned schools have been contacted by their respective building principals. As always, your child’s safety is our greatest priority. We will continue to monitor our social media feeds and will remain in contact with our partners in law enforcement. Should the need arise, we will provide you with an update. Please take a moment to remind your child to share any concerns they have with you, their teacher, the school office, or another trusted adult.
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Academy Conference Night
Date: 9/29/2016, 3 PM – 6 PM
East Elementary Conferences
Date: 9/29/2016, 4:10 PM – 7:40 PM
Free and Reduced Lunch Applications Due
8th Grade Band Night at Football Game
Date: 9/30/2016, 7 PM
Location: Fairfield Stadium
FHS Parent Info Session on New Graduation/State Testing Requirements
Date: 10/5/2016, 6:30 PM
Location: FHS Community Room
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Dear FCSD Parents & Guardians,
Dear Parents and Guardians,
A rumor has been circulating about some of our schools being on lockdown today, Thursday, September 29.
Schools are NOT on lockdown, nor have they been at any point during the day.
Your child's safety is important to us. We would notify you if the need ever arises to take this safety precaution. Please talk with your children that if they hear a rumor to address it with you, a trusted adult, or school staff member.
Thank you for keeping us informed, so that we are able to alleviate any fears or confusion.
Join your former FHS classmates for the All-Alumni Social on Friday, October 21 at Tori's Station! Read on...
Fairfield High School senior Regan Baum was recently named a Commended Student in the National Merit Scholarship program. She received a letter of commendation for is based on her scoring in the top 2.5% of the 1.6 million who took the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test ( PSAT/NMSQT).
Congratulations to the following teachers for earning invitations to the Ohio State House October 12!
Katie Noe, ESL teacher at the Freshman School
Allison Meyer, Kindergarten teacher at Central Elementary
Nicole Bradley, Science teacher at Intermediate School
Stephanie Tenkman, 2nd grade teacher at South Elementary
They are among the 100 top scorers on the Resident Educator Summative Assessment (RESA) who will be honored for this achievement...
The email announcements you signed up to receive will undergo some changes. We will post new announcements for 3 days only. Our reason for doing this is to eliminate the lengthy scrolling process to find information. We will continue to post school and community announcements, but we will also begin directing the community to visit our News & Flyers tab on the district website to view approved flyers submitted by community organizations.
Free and reduced meal applications must be submitted annually. Any student who is currently receiving a free or reduced lunch must have a current application submitted by September 30. If an application is not received by September 30 students will pay full price for lunch and breakfast.
Congratulations to Parker Bowling, Oria Daugherty, and Jamie Wnek, named Fairfield High School's National Merit Semifinalists for 2016...
Learn about the new graduation and State of Ohio testing requirements at an informational session on October 5 led by FHS Principal Bill Rice. The session will cover the new requirements that take effect starting with the class of 2017. The short program begins at 6:30 PM in the Catherine D. Milligan Community Room at the high school. Mr. Rice will take questions afterwards.
It’s that time once again for the annual FHS Marching Band "BANDCAKE BREAKFAST." This year's breakfast is SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8 from 8:00-11:30 a.m. in the FHS Cafeteria. Tickets are $5 each if purchased in advance, or $6 at the door. Breakfast includes three bandcakes, two sausage links, and choice of milk or coffee. Tickets are available from Marching Band members or by calling the BANDCAKE BREAKFAST HOTLINE: 513-325-3493. All proceeds will benefit the New Instrument Fund. We look forward to seeing you there!
An important part of our work with students and staff is providing resources that help us embrace the diversity around us. In 2011, the Fairfield Board of Education approved the district's first Equity Action Plan after many years of honest discussion, study, and work. That plan expired at the end of 2015. Anticipating this, the district Equity Leadership Team (ELT) has been reviewing and revising the plan to bring it current with the ever-changing needs of our community. Read more...