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Board of Education Presentations

 
This page is intended to share information with the public about presentations by school and district administration at Fairfield Board of Education meetings. A synopsis of each presentation appears below. PDF files of each presentation are in the file list at the bottom of this page or click the summary headline to access it.   
 
Board of Education Meeting Presentations 2021-2022
 
The 2022 Golden Apple Awards were presented at the May 19 Board meeting to staff members who go above and beyond to make a difference in their school or department. See who the recipients are and read more about them by clicking the headline above. 
 
FCSD Treasurer/CFO Nancy Lane presented the Five Year Forecast to Board members May 19. The forecast provides information about revenue, projections in property taxes, and the funding plan/grants-in-aid programs. It also includes expenditures, and information about the cash balance over a period of five years. To view the full presentation please click the headline above.  
 
Compass Elementary was the school spotlight at the March 17 Board of Education meeting. Principal Kim Hauer and Assistant Principal Asha Lambert discussed various topics related to student learning and growth, including value-added data, technology integration, character development, and positive behavior. To view the presentation, please click the headline above. 
 
The presentation, titled "Mental Health Matters" introduced social workers, the success program liaison, and partnerships with mental health agencies. To view the detailed presentation, click the headline above. 
 
 
 
Jeff McKinney, Director of Technology, and Dan Jeffers, Coordinator of Data and INstructional Technology, presented an update to FCSD Board members on the district 1:1 technology program. Currently, the district has distributed or made available 10,371 laptops to students in grades 6-12 (5,075), staff (748), and students in grades 1-5 (4,548). Prior to the pandemic, the district had a purchasing cycle for the program in place. Howver, when schools shifted to remote learning, that purchasing cycle was expedited to accommodate our student and staff needs. Learn more about the presentation by clicking the headline, or View the recorded meeting session by clicking this link.
 
Freshman School Class Council Presents at December 9 Board Meeting
Student members presented about the class council at the December 9 Board of Education meeting sharing the activities and leadership experiences the role brings. The advisors are Shelby Stevlingson and Robyn Daniels.
"The students truly enjoyed presenting to the board," Stevlingson said. 
Student presenters were:
Hadi Dabdoub 
Ava Iames
Selfline Mbedi Henri
Trinity Thompson
Shannon Mcdaniel
 
The Equity Leadership Team presented its annual progress report on the Diversity Plan at the December 9 Board of Education meeting. To view the report, including statistics and growth in our student subgroups, diverse staff, and other information, please click the headline above. 
 
FCSD Treasurer/CFO Nancy Lane presented the Five Year Forecast to Board members November 18. The forecast provides information about revenue, projections in property taxes, and information about the funding plan/grants in aid programs. It also includes expenditures, and information about the cash balance over a period of five years. To view the full presentation please click the headline above.  
 
How is the Fairfield City School District meeting the social and emotional needs of all students? Through
  • professional partnerships
  • a school-based peer-to-peer suicide prevention program
  • a curriculum with components that focus on emotional regulation and sense of belonging
  • a curriculum that focuses on students in kindergarten through 5th grade that are aligned with state SEL standards
  • SEL curriculum that focuses on social and emotional learning, character education and mindfulness
  • the use of therapy dogs
  • the use of facility dogs beginning in the fall of 2022
Click the headline above to view the full presentation.
 
Superintendent Billy Smith and Matt Crapo, Director of Student Services, presented an update on our COVID-19 positive results and the number of quarantines for the last three weeks. Please click the link above to view the presentation. 
 
The Fairfield High School Guidance Department presented the graduation requirements for the classes of 2023 and beyond. Graduating seniors in the class of 2023 must obtain the required graduation credits, obtain a competency score on the Algebra 1 and ELA II End of Course Exams, and earn two graduation seals (one of which must be a state-defined seal). To learn more about what is new for these students, please click the headline above.
 
Central Elementary Principal Karrie Gallo and Assistant Principal Jay Bauer shared with board members the innovative programs at Central created to provide well-rounded opportunities for all Central students. Learn more about their September 16 presentation by clicking the headline above. 
 
Superintendent Billy Smith and Matt Crapo, Director of Student Services, presented an update to the board on our COVID-19 data at the September 16 regular session. They will present an update at each board meeting until further notice. Click the headline to see their presentation. 
 
Members of Fairfield For Change, a student-led organization at Fairfield High School, have researched and written a Statement of Solidarity as part of its work to honor and pay respect to the Indigenous Peoples of the Fairfield community. To read the full statement, please click the headline above.
 
Please click the link above to access the presentation shared at the August 19 FCSD Board of Education meeting. 
 
Mandy Aug, Director of Curriculum and Instruction for the FCSD presented information about the American Rescue Plan and the work that the district has done to meet the requirements for a safe return to in-person instruction and providing a continuity of service for students and staff. Click the link above to view additional information and to review the district's plan.