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FCSD Athletics is transitioning to all digital ticket sales for the 2021-2022 school year!
This decision is based on recommendations from the Ohio High School Athletic Association and the Ohio Department of Health.
Save on fees by purchasing Fall Sports Passes ($60 per adult/$30 per student) for use at all middle and high school regular-season events.

**FCSD staff IDs and Senior Citizen VIP Gold Cards will again be accepted for entry this year as long as we remain at full capacity.
Thank you in advance for your continued support!

Recent News

These are the students who are being recognized with Scholastic Arts Awards from Fairfield High School.

Fairfield HS Art Students' Work on Exhibit Feb. 14-18 at Art Academy of Cincinnati

Fairfield High School art students are taking their talents off-campus for an exhibition February 14-18 at the Art Academy of Cincinnati. The students, all in Tricia Thatcher's Advanced Placement art classes, were recently recognized with Scholastic Art and Writing Awards. Entries in this regional competition came from Southwest Ohio, Northern Kentucky, and Southeastern Indiana.  The honorees are...

Good News! FCSD Meets All ODE Requirements for Special Education Program

The Fairfield City School District met all requirements for its special education program as outlined by the Ohio Department of Education. This means that the district will not be required to file a corrective action plan. Each school year, the Ohio Department of Education provides school districts with a special education profile. This year’s profile included a review of the 2020-2021 school year data. There are several areas that are analyzed by the department of education in order to provide this profile...

FCSD Response to Gov. DeWine’s Request

December 30, 2021 The following statement from Superintendent Billy Smith is in response to Governor DeWine's comments asking school leaders to implement mask mandates in their school districts. "Recently, Governor DeWine asked school leaders to implement mask mandates in their school districts as a response to the current wave of COVID cases across the state of Ohio. He went on to share that we all share the same goal: we want our kids in school. As a school district, we have worked hard to keep our students in school, and we will continue those efforts. The Fairfield City School District will continue to strongly recommend facial coverings for all students and staff, regardless of vaccination status. Because many of our students and staff members have gathered with family and friends during the Winter Break, the District is asking all students and staff members to strongly consider Governor Dewine’s request to wear a facial covering during this current wave of increased cases and spread. Throughout the pandemic, the Fairfield City School District has followed guidelines set by the Ohio Department of Health and has also adhered to any mandates that have been issued. The school district remains committed to monitoring our own data and will consider a change if the data indicates a need to do so."

Click Here to Learn More About the Frontline ProgressBook Parent/Student Mobile App

ProgressBook has rolled out a new mobile app that will make it easier for you to check grades, view homework assignments and monitor attendance, to name a few of its features. To learn more about the Frontline ProgressBook Parent/Student Mobile App, please watch the video on the FCSD Student/Parent Tech Hub: https://tinyurl.com/ProgressBookMobileApp.

Diversity Plan Progress Report Presented to School Board December 9

Thanks to the FCSD Equity Leadership Team for the progress report on the district Diversity Plan at the December 9 Board of Education meeting. Growth and change are happening! Professional development, increased resources, and a continued effort to recruit/retain staff members of color. Special thanks to ELT student member Kennedy Baker, Fairfield High School senior, for sharing her experience on the committee and in school. Diversity is one of our strengths!