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FCSD Equity Leadership Team Updates Board on Diversity Plan Progress Dec. 20

The Equity Leadership Team (ELT) of the Fairfield City School District presented its annual progress report on our diversity work at the December 20 meeting. Committee members updated the board on the work being done within each of the four guiding pillars:
I. Recruit, hire and retain teachers, administrators and staff of color.
II. Increase cultural awareness of all students, teachers, administrators and staff of the FCSD.
III. Increase community engagement and parental involvement.
IV. Increase student engagement and learning opportunities to emphasize the value and importance of the participation of diverse students in all curricular and extracurricular activities.
Members of the ACT-SO (African-American Cultural and Technical Scientific Olympiad) class at the high school shared feedback on the new class and projects they are working on for local, regional and national competition. Projects include sculpture, painting, photography, biology, dermatology research, playwriting, poetry and entrepreneurship.
The ELT is also expanding the scope of the plan to reach students with disabilities and special needs, economically disadvantaged students, and individuals with mental health needs. To view the presentation, please click the link above.
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Congratulations, Hall of Fame Inductees!

They played basketball, softball, volleyball, football, baseball and golf. They were stellar athletes at Fairfield High School in the '80s, '90s, and 2000s. And now, they are hall of famers - eight new members inducted into the Fairfield Athletic Hall of Fame on November 16 by the Fairfield Champions Foundation and co-sponsor Receptions Conference Centers...
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Five Year Forecast Presented at Oct. 18 Board of Education Meeting

Fairfield City School District Treasurer Nancy Lane presented the Five Year Forecast at the October 18 Board of Education meeting. The purpose of the forecast is to engage the Board and the community in the long range planning and discussions of financial issues facing the school district. It also serves as a basis for determining the school district’s ability to sign the certificate required by the Ohio Revised Code section 5705.412 (the 412 certificate), and provides a method for the Department of Education and Auditor of State to identify school districts with potential financial problems. Click the headline link to view the forecast.
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Project Life 101 Releases New Video About Program

Learn more about Project Life 101, a Butler Tech transition program, that combines education and work experience for students with disabilities. It focuses on building foundational skills that students will need for employment and independence in adulthood. Watch the inspirational video about the program by clicking the headline above.
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FCSD Honors Partnership with Mercy Health

The Fairfield City School District is proud to partner with Mercy Health! We honored this partnership during Mercy Health Night on September 28 at half-time during the varsity football game. We thank them for their generosity and commitment to the well-being of Fairfield. Through monetary donations, support for the athletic department and trainers, providing mental health experts for community sessions, and much more, Mercy Health has shown a tremendous amount of support for Fairfield City Schools. The care and service that our student-athletes receive from the trainers and doctors that Mercy provides is second to none, and we are grateful for their support. To have our neighborhood hospital be so totally invested in the well-being of our student-athletes both on and off the playing fields is very special to our athletic department and school district. We are proud to be partners with Mercy Health, and their incredible support staff.
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