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We thank our supportive community for making our new schools a reality!

Superintendent Billy Smith leading off the dedication ceremony.

Compass Elementary Assistant Principal Asha Lambert and Principal Kimberly Wotring

A proclamation presentation from Fairfield Township Trustee Shannon Hartkemeyer and Trustee President Susan Berding to School Board Vice President Michael Berding and Superintendent Billy Smith.

Freshman School Assistant Principal Emily Newton and Principal Michael Berkemeier

Chef Buffalo visits our dedication ceremony!

Taking a break in one of the common areas during the school tour.

Choraliers standing by to perform National Anthem at our dedication ceremony.

Ribbon cutting at Central Elementary!

Small eating/studying area in the cafeteria at the Freshman School. See the old seat backs from the former Freshman building in the background?

New computer lab!



Thank you, Fairfield city and township, for helping us build a better future for all students!

News and Announcements

Fairfield City School District Leaders to Host Community Coffees Nov. 6 & 9

Fairfield and Fairfield Township residents are invited for coffee and conversation with school district leaders in two community engagement coffees:
Monday, November 6 from 9-10:30 a.m. at Fairfield Coffee, 311 Nilles Road, Fairfield, 45014
Thursday, November 9 from 5-6:30 p.m. at Coffee Cup Overflowing, 6544 Winford Ave, Hamilton, 45011.
The public is encouraged to attend either or both events to meet school officials and/or ask questions about the district. Superintendent Billy Smith, Treasurer Nancy Lane, Assistant Superintendent Roger Martin, and Curriculum and Instruction Director Lani Wildow will be available. Reservations are not required.

OVERHEARD!

Fairfield Freshman School students Roman Putman & Bella Pio were recently overheard talking about how great their brand new school is. Let's listen in...

Internationally Known Youth Motivational Speaker Jeff Yalden to Visit FCSD Oct. 12

Flyer with information about a visit from internationally known motivational speaker Jeff Yalden. He will visit Fairfield October 12 during the school day and then in the evening from 6:30-8:30 PM. The event is free and open to the public. It will be held in the Performing Arts Center at Fairfield High School, 8800 Holden Blvd.

Join us for a school and community event October 12 featuring youth motivational speaker Jeff Yalden! Mr. Yalden will share his anti-bullying message to students during the school day. Parents and other community members are invited to the free evening session of this inspiring and interactive event the same evening from 6:30-8:30 p.m. in the Fairfield High School Performing Arts Center, 8800 Holden Blvd. For more about this opportunity, please view the attached flyer.

Are You or Your Group Interested in Participating in the 2017 Homecoming Parade?

This year’s homecoming parade is on October 6, 2017. If you or your group participated in the parade last year and you wish to participate this year, you do not have to complete a new application form EXCEPT for the following reasons. If there have been changes in either the contact’s name and number or the number of vehicles for your group, please submit an updated application form...

Academy Recognized by OSBA Southwest Region as Outstanding!

Fairfield Academy Staff photo. From left to right are: Charnee Lumbus, Jim Chilcote, Devon Rollbuhler, Joel Hippert, Dawn Hildreth, Margie Akeley, Kari Franchini (former Academy Director),Tiffany Lefton, Kelly Lynch, Chrissy Zboril (current Dean of Students), Aaron Blankenship (former teacher and Dean of Students). Not pictured

The Fairfield Academy program has been named OUTSTANDING in the southwest region by the Ohio School Boards Association! The program is one of the top three "Special Recognition Programs" in the region and will be recognized at the annual fall meeting on October 12 on the Great Oaks Career Campus. We are proud of our Academy staff and their tireless work helping students achieve successful outcomes in the classroom...

ATTN Parents of 7th and 12th Graders: Don't forget to have your student vaccinated!

This is a reminder to parents of 7th and 12th graders that if you have not submitted your child's updated immunization records showing a T-dap and/or Meningitis vaccine you will have two weeks after the start of the school year to turn it in. Butler County is hosting a clinic for these vaccines, or visit the School Based Health Center on Donald Drive.

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