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FHS Butler Tech Junior Earns IT Industry Standard Certifications

Congratulations to Ethan Link, a Fairfield High School junior at Butler Tech, who received several industry standard certifications in Information Technology with Microsoft MTA HTML, CSS, Software Development, and Python programming as well as several in CTE certifications.
This young man, a student of Yan Krayterman, has done a tremendous job in representing ButlerTech, his associate school, and himself gaining certifications providing that endgame that will transform his life, gaining career and college readiness as a lifelong learner.
Congratulations to Yan Krayterman in providing that professional and skilled environment so that students like Ethan Link can earn employable skills that employers so earnestly seek.
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FHS Sending 6 FCCLA Members to National Convention in Anaheim, CA

Six Fairfield High School students in the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) program are heading to Anaheim, CA June 30-July 4 after their presentation projects recently qualified for the organization's national leadership conference.
Juniors Jessica Reece and Liv Herren won first place in the Environmental Ambassador category; Sophomore Maddie Lane placed first in Sports Nutrition; senior Madi Flick finished second in Nutrition and Wellness, and third in Life Event Planning; seniors Margo King and Sydnie Hocter placed third in Sports Nutrition; and Sydnie Hocter finished in second place in Nutrition and Wellness. FCCLA is a non-profit national career and technical student organization for students enrolled in Family and Consumer Sciences classes. Fairfield offers this program on its high school campus through Butler Tech. Members expand leadership potential and develop skills such as goal setting, problem solving, decision making and interpersonal communication - all necessary in the home and workplace. Individual and chapter projects include focus on career preparation and professional skills. According to FCCLA officials, Ohio has approximately 7,500 middle and high school student members and is the sixth largest delegation in the U.S.
Pictured from left to right are Liv Herren, Jessica Reece, Maddie Lane, Sydnie Hocter, Margo King, and Madi Flick.
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Fairfield Board of Education Approves Administrative and Coaching Recommendations April 18

Congratulations to Heather Tash for being approved by the Fairfield Board of Education to be the new assistant principal at Crossroads Middle School beginning with the 2019-20 school year. She is currently a health teacher at Creekside Middle and brings more than 10 years of experience in the classroom.
The board also approved a recommendation to name Aaron Blankenship the new athletic director. He will replace Mark Harden, who resigns effective June 30 to accept a similar position in another district. Aaron is currently an assistant principal at the high school, and had previously taught social studies and was dean of students at the Academy.
Additionally, the board approved a recommendation to name Darren DJ Wyrick head coach of the varsity boys basketball team for the 2019-2020 season. He replaces Jeff Sims, who recently resigned. DJ comes to us from Vandalia-Butler High School. We welcome DJ to Fairfield!
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Fairfield City School District Music Education Program Earns National Recognition

A strong commitment to music education has earned the Fairfield City School District a Best Communities for Music Education designation from the National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) Foundation.

In its 20th year, the Best Communities for Music Education designation is awarded to districts that demonstrate outstanding achievement in efforts to provide music access and education to all students...
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Child Find Notice

The Fairfield City School District is continuing the effort to identify, locate, evaluate, and provide services to any child with a suspected disability between the ages of 3-21. Children may have diagnoses including, but not limited to, the following: autism, traumatic brain injury, hearing impairments, visual impairments, speech and language delays, learning delays, behavioral concerns and multiple disabilities. It is our goal to identify and provide services as early as possible. If you suspect your child may benefit from this type of screening or service prior to enrolling in school, please call (513) 829-4311.
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2017-2018 Quality Profile Released

As part of the Alliance for High Quality Education, the Fairfield City School District is pleased to announce the publication of the 2017-18 Quality Profile. Designed to be a companion to the state report card, the Quality Profile offers a comprehensive look at the district, giving insights into every aspect of the educational experience provided to students. Across the state of Ohio, nearly 85 school districts will release this publication in the coming weeks.
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