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FCSD HR Director Joins Fairfield Community Foundation Board of Trustees

Katie Myers, FCSD Director of Human Resources, has an interest in outreach and supporting kids, especially those in the district of 10,000 where she lives and works. She will be able to further pursue this work as the newest member of The Fairfield Community Foundation Board of Trustees.
“As I continue to become more involved in the community, I strongly believe in the mission of the Foundation and take pride in being a community member and being able to give back and support something so great," Myers said. "Working for Fairfield City Schools, I have a great appreciation for the work of the Foundation and what they do for our students. It is just a small piece of their mission and vision to enhance and strengthen the quality of life for Fairfield citizens."
Linda Yarger, foundation president, said she is eager to work with Myers.
"Katie brings a welcomed enthusiasm and a fresh perspective to the needs of the students in the Fairfield City School district,” she said.
Myers said she has never experienced living in a community "that is so passionate and involved with every aspect. By supporting our children, we will continue to keep this community as strong as it has been in the past, present and for their future.“
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Board of Education Hires New FHS Assistant Principal and District Latchkey Coordinator

We welcome Ryan Bellamy and Angela Giani to the FCSD! Both were approved at the July 17 Board of Education meeting. Ryan is a new Assistant Principal at Fairfield High School, and Angela is the new District Latchkey Program Coordinator! Ryan comes to us from the Hamilton City School District, where he was an assistant principal. Angela is a former regional education coordinator for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Cincinnati.
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Fairfield City Schools is Looking for Substitute Registered Nurses

We are looking for Registered Nurses who would like to help provide quality care to our students and their families when our building nurses are unavailable. Whether you are a new nurse, retired nurse who has maintained your license, a part-time or full-time employee, we would love to have you join our team. Dates are flexible and training for this position is provided. A small cost of $47.25 for fingerprinting and $25 for the ODE Educational Aide-Student Monitor permit is required. The 2019-2020 substitute pay scale is $94 per day.

If you are interested in joining our team, please contact the Human Resource Office at 513-829-6300 to begin the application process. We look forward to working with you!
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Fairfield Board of Education Hires New Curriculum & Instruction Director

The Fairfield Board of Education approved on Wednesday a recommendation to hire Mandy Aug as the new Director of Curriculum and Instruction, effective July 1. Mrs. Aug joins the Fairfield City School District staff after more than a decade with the Three Rivers Local School District, in western Hamilton County. She is replacing Lani Wildow, who resigned to pursue other opportunities.
Mrs. Aug had served as the Chief Academic Officer (CAO) for Three Rivers since 2015. While there she served in various capacities including (but not limited to) managing the Comprehensive Continuous Improvement Plan (CCIP), a federal grants application program; co-led the Future Ready Committee, and is a member of the Hamilton County Educational Service Center Instructional Council and the High AIMS Planning Committee.
Prior to her role as CAO, she was the Teacher Leader of Curriculum, Instruction and Professional Development, where she facilitated the review and alignment of grades K-6 science and social studies curriculum. She also led the review and adoption of grades K-6 science and social studies textbooks, and organized in-service days for teachers and staff.
As a teacher at Taylor High School, Mrs. Aug served as social studies department chairperson. She was recognized as a Claes Nobel Educator of Distinction in 2013 and named Three Rivers Local School District Teacher of the Year in 2006.
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