At Fairfield City Schools, we work hard to develop a strong sense of community in each of our school buildings, along with the district as a whole. Through these efforts, we encourage students to treat one another with kindness and respect at all times.
To support these efforts, each building establishes Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) in which expectations for behavior are implicitly taught to students. In addition, the Fairfield City School District is an active participant in some national initiatives such as No One Eats Alone and Bullying Prevention Month. For middle and high school students, the district has committed to once again bring the Be the Difference and ID Project to our 7th grade and sophomore students. Assemblies and speakers scheduled for various age levels also support this message of positive relationships with others.
For examples of the many events happening around Fairfield Schools designed to strengthen our community, check back regularly for updates and articles to be posted here.