News and Announcements

Governor DeWine Extends School Closure Order Through End of School Year

Remote learning will continue for Fairfield City School District students until the end of the school year, as announced today, April 20 by Governor Mike DeWine. The last day for our seniors is May 22, 2020. The last day for students in Preschool through 11th grade is May 28. We will be updating the community shortly with additional information about what all this means for families.
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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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FHS Graduation Rescheduled for August 1, 2020

We are excited to announce that the Fairfield High School graduation is rescheduled for Saturday, August 1, 2020 at 7:00 p.m.! The ceremony will be in the Cintas Center at Xavier University.
As with everything during these challenging times, we are keeping our fingers crossed that nothing changes.
Stay positive, Class of 2020!
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2020 FCSD Arts Fair Canceled, Virtual Variety Show Instead May 2

Due to our school closure order and the need to continue social distancing, Arts Fair 2020 is now the...FCSD Virtual Variety Show! We are disappointed that the Arts Fair had to be canceled, but we want to make sure our students, staff and families stay healthy. Enjoy over 70 acts from more than 100 participants in a 45-minute show! We'll post a link on this web page close to the 6:00 p.m. start time on Saturday, May 2. Let's watch simultaneously! The link will also be posted on the district Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts so that you can cheer on the participants in the comments!
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FCSD Launching Remind as Communication Tool with Parents, Students

The Fairfield City School District is rolling out the use of Remind, a popular communications tool! As part of this, official accounts are being created for all the educators, students, and parents in the FCSD school community. If you're not already familiar with Remind, it's a messaging tool that helps teachers and administrators engage students and parents on a regular basis.
On March 27 parents/guardians were sent an email from Remind/your child’s principal (If you don't see it, please check your spam folder) inviting you to join. Once you accept your account you will be able to choose the way you want to receive messages.

We are phasing in its use to eventually replace our current rapid notification calling system, and to be consistent with our communications.

We look forward to sharing this new way to communicate with you!
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Vote for FHS Physics Students’ Entry in Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest

Physics students in Kurt Etter's class at Fairfield High School may have just come up with a way to prevent pediatric heatstroke - caused when children are left unattended in hot cars. Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest officials think they may be on to something. So much so Fairfield is among the 20 national finalists in the 10th annual competition, which encourages teachers and students to solve real-world challenges using science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) skills. This is the second straight year for the recognition...
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FCSD to Increase Number of Elementary Counselors From 3 to 6

Starting with the 2020-21 school year, the six elementary schools will no longer share three counselors. Three additional counselors will be added to better serve the needs of all elementary school students. Click the headline above to watch the February 20 presentation at the FCSD Board of Education meeting.
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Learn More About the New Connections Mentoring Program at Compass! Do You Have What it Takes to Make a Difference?

The Connections Mentoring Program is new this year at Compass Elementary, the brainchild of Assistant Principal Asha Lambert. Its mission is to enhance the overall social, emotional, and academic success of children, by pairing students of color with adults (same sex, same ethnic background) who can provide consistent, long-lasting relationships, serve as role models to assist students in becoming caring, competent, and contributing adults to society. Click the headline above to view the presentation by Mrs. Lambert and Principal Kim Hauer at the February 20 Board of Education meeting.
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