Safety, Security, and Mental Health Levy Open House

The public is invited to join Superintendent Billy Smith and Treasurer Nancy Lane for an Open House at the Fairfield Administration Building. Community members are encouraged to stop in any time between 5:30-7:00 PM on Tuesday, October 23rd, to ask any questions about the upcoming Safety, Security, and Mental Health Levy.

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The public is invited to join Superintendent Billy Smith and Treasurer Nancy Lane for an Open House at the Fairfield Administration Building. Community members are encouraged to stop in any time between 5:30-7:00 PM to ask any questions about the upcoming Safety, Security, and Mental Health Levy.

Safety, Security, and Mental Health Levy Open House

The public is invited to join Superintendent Billy Smith and Treasurer Nancy Lane for an Open House at the Fairfield Administration Building. Community members are encouraged to stop in any time between 5:30-7:00 PM on Tuesday, October 23rd, to ask any questions about the upcoming Safety, Security, and Mental Health Levy.
Rhythm Express & Little Elegance Pancake Breakfast Nov. 10 Featured Photo

Rhythm Express & Little Elegance Pancake Breakfast Nov. 10

Join the Lindenwald Kiwanis Club of Hamilton/Fairfield on November 10 from 8:00 a.m. until noon as members serve pancakes, sausage, juice, coffee or milk in the annual Pancake Breakfast. Proceeds benefit the Little Elegance and Rhythm Express show choirs. Tickets: $5 from any show choir member, or can be purchased at the door. Children 5 and under are free!
Five Year Forecast Presented at Oct. 18 Board of Education Meeting Featured Photo

Five Year Forecast Presented at Oct. 18 Board of Education Meeting

Fairfield City School District Treasurer Nancy Lane presented the Five Year Forecast at the October 18 Board of Education meeting. The purpose of the forecast is to engage the Board and the community in the long range planning and discussions of financial issues facing the school district. It also serves as a basis for determining the school district’s ability to sign the certificate required by the Ohio Revised Code section 5705.412 (the 412 certificate), and provides a method for the Department of Education and Auditor of State to identify school districts with potential financial problems. Click the headline link to view the forecast.

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