WELCOME TO FAIRFIELD MIDDLE SCHOOL
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1111 Nilles Road.
Fairfield, Ohio 45014
Principal: Lincoln Butts
Assistant Principal: Nancy Wasmer (until October 31, 2015)/Elyse Parker
Assistant Principal: Aileen Ernst
7:15 a.m. - 1:45 p.m.
6:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. (School Year)
6:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. (Summer - Closed until August 6)
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Bus Departure Rules and Procedures
The following rules and procedures have been put into place in order to ensure the safety of our students and make sure the buses leave Fairfield Middle School on time. The buses need to leave the school by 1:53 daily in order to complete their routes and get to the elementary schools on time.
When students are dismissed from school and enter the bus lot, they are expected to go immediately to their bus. Students are not permitted to stand around.
Once the building has cleared out, the bus drivers will be signaled to blow their horns. At that point the students will have one minute to get onto their bus.
When the minute has expired, the drivers will be signaled to shut their doors. Any student that is not on their bus when the doors are shut will not be permitted to ride the bus that day.
Students that do not make it onto their bus will be given the opportunity to come into the building and make arrangements to find another way home.
The students will have a grace period the first two weeks of school. Students that do not make it onto their bus the first two weeks will be permitted on, but given a warning by the bus driver. Students that do not make it to their bus starting on Monday, September 8 will not be given a warning and will not be permitted to ride the bus on that day.
Fairfield Schools are using an automated phone calling system to advise parents if their child is absent from school. The call will be made for all absent students, unless a note or email has been received from the parent. Parents who call the school to advise their child will be absent will still receive the automated call, as a reminder to send a note regarding the absence when the child returns to school. The school district policy on student absences can be seen below (PDF).
Attendance email (to report a student absence):