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FCSD Board of Education Appoints Scott Clark to Vacant Seat

The newest member of the Fairfield Board of Education is no stranger to the school community. Scott Clark, a resident of Fairfield for 17 years, was appointed October 15 to the board seat left vacant when Carrie O’Neal recently resigned. Mr. Clark is a Business Development Manager for First Financial Bank, and has three children attending Fairfield schools. His service on community organizations has had a positive impact on children and families in Fairfield and Fairfield Township. He is president of the Rotary Club of Fairfield, and a member of the school district’s Business Advisory Council. Mr. Clark is also vice president of the local charity Dougie & Ray’s and the Fairfield Prevention Coalition. As a trustee on the board of the Fairfield Community Foundation, Mr. Clark is able to continue to work on behalf of the community he deeply cares about. Welcome to the FCSD family!
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Congratulations, FHS National Merit Semifinalist & Commended Students!

Congratulations to National Merit Semifinalist and Commended Scholars for this school year! They are Adela Wilson, National Merit Semifinalist; Evan Simmons, Commended Scholar; Adison Ebbing, Commended Scholar; Kayli Bell, Commended Scholar; David Albrecht, Commended Scholar; and Jada Boyer, Commended Scholar (Read more)...
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FCSD Board of Education Approves Recommendation to Return to Full, In-Person Learning

The Fairfield Board of Education voted 4-0 Thursday night to move to five days of in-person learning for grades K-8 and four days in-person learning for grades 9-12 effective at the start of second quarter, October 26. Grades 9-12 will attend on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday with Wednesdays to be used for teachers to support, assess, monitor progress, and check in with their virtual learning students. All preschool students will attend school on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays. The district had said that it would re-evaluate the current hybrid model near the end of first quarter. The Virtual Learning School will continue, but students will have the option of requesting a change to in-person learning. Students currently in the hybrid model may also request a change to the virtual program. All requests are not guaranteed approval and depend on staffing levels. Watch a video of the presentation by the FCSD leadership team by...
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