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2018 Golden Apple recipients with their presenters.

Fairfield Rotary Club Scholarship Recipients.

Landon Johnson, FFS science teacher, is  Fairfield Rotary Club Educator of the Year!

Lunch time fun at East Elementary!

Lego Robotics Champs at Crossroads Middle School!

Creekside Middle School science students show off their Tulip test garden.

Compass staff  with new shirts - "Your atitude determines your direction."  Who's that in the back?!

Students working on an assignment at the Academy.

FHS National Honor Society partners with Fairfield Food Pantry and Shared Harvest

North Elementary Chorus wows the crowd!

Common learning areas at the new Freshman School.

Naddi, our security dog!

Medical Explorers program. Future medical professionals at FHS!

102 new members inducted into the National Honor Society! These new members represent 7 different countries!

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


Upcoming Events

Special Needs Fishing Trip (Rescheduled Date)
Date: 5/25/2018, 9:30 AM 1 PM
Location: Joyce Park
Memorial Day - No School
Date: 5/28/2018
8th Grade Celebration for Creekside & Crossroads Middle Schools
Date: 6/1/2018
Last Day for FHS Seniors
Date: 6/4/2018
End of 2nd Semester Grades 9-12
Date: 6/7/2018
End of 4th Quarter Grades K-8
Date: 6/7/2018
Last Day for all Students Grades K-11
Date: 6/7/2018
Board of Education Meeting (Work Session)
Date: 6/7/2018, 6:30 PM
Location: FCSD Administration Building 4641 Bach Lane Fairfield, OH 45014
Last Day for Teachers
Date: 6/8/2018
Graduation, Cintas Center, Xavier University
Date: 6/9/2018, 2 PM
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ATTN to all participating in the Fishing Trip for students with special needs: Due to inclement weather, we are postponing until Thursday, 5/24.

News and Announcements

Congratulations, Landon Johnson!

Landon Johnson, science teacher at the Freshman School, was named Educator of the Year by the Fairfield Rotary Club on May 18. Landon’s work with students above and beyond his normal responsibilities was a factor in his receiving the award. We congratulate Landon on a job well done!

7th Grade Chicago Trip ON as Scheduled! Forms Due May 22

Students will attend the Chicago trip on the same dates as originally scheduled.
Due to some wonderful work done by Student Youth Travel Association, they have secured over $35,000 in donations thus far in order to provide this trip to our students AT NO COST! Your child must have emergency medical authorization forms and medication at school permission forms turned in to the school nurse by May 22. The forms...

Fairfield Prevention Coalition Presents Student Drug Use Survey Data

Deborah Neyer, M.Ed., executive director of the Fairfield Prevention Coalition presented data to board members about the bi-annual PRIDE Student Drug Use Survey. The survey measures substance abuse use, and the 2018 survey involved 3,380 Fairfield students. 
View the presentation by clicking on the "Board of Education Presentations" link on the left side of this page.

Students Recognized for Work on Diversity Committees

The FCSD Equity Leadership Team recognized student representatives who participated this year on the district Equity Leadership Team & Community Diversity Alliance committees. Their commitment to making a difference was honored at the May 3 Board of Education meeting. Their service to our diversity work has been invaluable! They are TJ Hayes, Niyasia Dodson, Jania Eubanks, Deven Clark, and Deep Patel. They are truly paving the way!

FHS ACT-SO Members Advance to National Competition in San Antonio, Texas

On April 28, 15 Fairfield High School students competed in one or more categories in the 2018 ACT-SO Local competition.  Eleven students won gold in their respective categories.  Three students, Sarah Griffin, Derrick Kyei, and Celeste Ovelton won gold in two categories.   These students won an all-expense paid trip to San Antonio where they will participate in the National ACT-SO competition.
Congratulations to all of FHS winners...

Health Center Offering FREE Vaccines to 6th & 11th Graders

To parents parents of current 6th or 11th graders:
Sign your child up to receive the Tdap and/or Meningitis immunization FREE during the school day! These immunizations are required to enter 7th and 12th grade. The state has required immunizations for several grade levels. You may recall submitting documentation when you enrolled your child in school.
The state does allow parents to exempt their child from these immunizations for medical, philosophical, or religious reasons.
For more information about the exemption, required immunizations, or the vaccination clinic, please contact your child's school nurse.
Click the link in the headline for locations, dates and times for the clinics.

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