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FCSD Hosts First State of Community Luncheon

Fairfield City Schools hosted the first ever State of the Community luncheon on March 13. Leaders from the City of Fairfield, Fairfield Township and the school district heard updates from Mark Wendling, Fairfield City Manager; Julie Vonderhaar, Fairfield Township Administrator; and Billy Smith, FCSD Superintendent. We thank our city, township and school leaders for your service. A special thank you to the middle school drama club, under the direction of Kelly Walker, for performing an excerpt from its most recent production, Aladdin Jr.
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FCSD Job Posting Information

Are you or someone you know interested in working in the FCSD as a school secretary? Civil Service Exam for this position is required. For details, please view the job posting by clicking the headline above.
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Baseball/Softball Fields Improvements Update Presented at Feb. 21 Board Meeting

Baseball/Softball Facility Improvements Updated at February 21 Board of Education Meeting
Joe Penney, Director of Business Operations, presented an update to the board of the improvements at the softball and baseball fields. The excitement is mounting as preparations continue for the start of the baseball and softball seasons which kick off in late March. View before and after photos of the facilities...
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ACT Information

Because of our school delay on February 20, all juniors scheduled to take the standard ACT Wednesday, February 20, have been rescheduled for the official makeup date of Tuesday, March 12. Attached is the picture for the exact dates that are determined by the ACT organization itself as it is a national, standardized test that Fairfield does not have discretion to reschedule. Any students who were scheduled to take the ACT with accommodations between February 20 and Friday, February 22 will still take it during this initial testing window of February 20 - March 6. They will receive information about any changes on Thursday. Feel free to check out bit.ly/ACTplaybook (copy/paste into web browser) for more information about Fairfield's administration of the ACT. Additionally, you can go to bit.ly/ACTquestions (copy/paste into web browser) to submit any further questions you might have. Thanks for your understanding!
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FHS Physics Students Solving Tomorrow's Environmental Problems Today

AP Physics students in Kurt Etter's classes are hard at work solving tomorrow's environmental problems today. As a state finalist in the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow contest, the Fairfield High School scientists have submitted a project to reduce the amount of pollution emitted into the environment. Their entry, called "Operation Thaw," requires the students to solve a community problem using STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) concepts. Their idea is to (read more by clicking the headline above)...
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FCSD Recruiting Applicants of Color for 2019-2020 School Year

The hiring season for schools has begun! The Fairfield City School District has a Diversity Plan which is School Board approved.  One important component of the plan is to recruit, hire and retain staff members of color.  The Fairfield City School District is an equal opportunity employer, and we are currently seeking applicants of color for the upcoming school year (2019-2020).  If you have friends, family members or acquaintances who may be interested in applying to work in our schools, please encourage them to apply (click the headline above to read more)...
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State of the District Presented to Board of Education February 7

Superintendent Billy Smith shared with board members the State of the District during the work session on February 7. In it, Mr. Smith highlighted student opportunities and achievements, staff development and training, safety and security, and continued efforts to maintain a positive school experience. He also updated the board on progress with community partnerships, district outreach and community engagement opportunities. To view the presentation in its entirety, click the headline above.
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