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Free Summer Food Service Program Runs June 3 - July 25!

The FREE FCSD Summer Food Service program is back! The program will run Mondays through Thursdays from 11:00 a.m. until 1 p.m. from June 3 through July 25. Joyce Park will have grab-n-go meals, while Fairfield Lane Library and Jungle Jim's will have traditional on-site food service where students must eat before leaving. Visit the Food Services Department website for more information...
Group photo of the Golden Apple Award recipients

Congratulations, FCSD Golden Apple Award Recipients!

Congratulations to the 2024 FCSD Golden Apple Award recipients! This annual tribute to our staff awards a golden apple to individuals who go beyond their normal responsibilities. Recipients were honored May 16. We are grateful for these individuals. They work tirelessly to do great things for kids!
New Buddy Bench installed at Fairfield High School after 300+ pounds of plastic bottle caps collected Featured Photo

New Buddy Bench installed at Fairfield High School after 300+ pounds of plastic bottle caps collected

A new Buddy Bench at Fairfield High School is serving a dual purpose – providing a space for new friends to meet, and a way to help save the planet.

The bench, delivered January 10, was created using plastic bottle caps collected during a recent drive initiated by senior Devin Duncan. Devin is in his second term on Governor DeWine’s School Safety Advisory Council. Through his work on the council, he was able to partner with the Ohio School Safety Center to participate in the CAP Program (Caring About our Planet).

The CAP Program's mission is to educate children about the power of recycling, with the hope of instilling lifelong habits of caring for the planet.

Devin, also a member of Hope Squad, worked with the group to encourage classmates to donate the caps. The school's Work Study program students all helped with collections. In all, the students donated well over 100 pounds of caps, plus a substantial donation from sophomore Eden Watkins.

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