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A Message to our Families

Dear Fairfield Parents and Guardians,
As many of you know, Broward County Schools in Florida experienced the terrible tragedy of a school shooting on Wednesday. Our District cannot begin to express our deepest heartfelt thoughts to them during this extremely difficult time.
We want you to know that we care about your child’s well-being and understand the impact this news could have on them. We always offer counseling and professional support to any student in need. Please let us know if your child would benefit from any professional assistance.
Sadly, the world we live in requires us to prepare our students and staff for these tragic situations. They participate in regular safety preparedness drills and we work with community leaders and agencies to provide mental health services to those who need it.
By law, we are not permitted to share complete details of our safety protocols. Fairfield City Schools has a Safe and Secure Schools Committee made up of building and district administrators, a school nurse, and police and fire officials who work extremely hard to keep drills, plans, and procedures up-to-date and relevant to current best practices and research.
Thank you for your continued support of the work we do.
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Join us for a Black History Month Showcase February 23

Mark your calendar for the Fairfield High School Brothers & Sisters United annual Black History Showcase on Friday, February 23! This tribute to Black History Month will feature Mr. Leslie Edwards, a Tuskegee Airman. He will share his story with FHS students during the school day, and with the community at a FREE evening presentation at 7:00 p.m. in the Performing Arts Center at the high school...
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Fairfield City Schools Launches Mental Health Series March 8 - Open to Community

Suicide Prevention is the first topic of a new Mental Health Series that will feature keynote speaker John Ackerman, PhD., from the Center for Suicide Prevention and Research. This series is open to parents and adults who work with youth in Butler County and surrounding communities. The free event is March 8 at Fairfield Freshman School, 8790 N. Gilmore Road from 7:00-8:30 p.m. A free dinner will be served from 6:30-7:00 p.m., and additional resources and community mental health providers will be available on site.
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Fairfield High School Seniors Earn Girl Scouting's Highest Honor

Young visitors to the Heritage Village Museum in Sharonville can learn about history in a fun way by playing with toys designed and constructed by Melonie McDonel. Lovers of the outdoors can now explore and enjoy the creek at Cincinnati Metorparks'  Camp Timberhill without risking their safety, thanks to the rebuilt access path designed by Jessica Scott. Melonie and Jessica...
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Welcome to Fairfield High School, Artist Gilbert Young!

Acclaimed artist Gilbert Young visits Fairfield High School on Wednesday, February 14 to speak with art students about his art and how the circumstances of his life helped shape his art. Originally from Cincinnati, Mr. Young lives in Atlanta. He will introduce an art contest in which he will challenge the students to create an art piece that he will review when he returns to Fairfield in the spring. Thank you for spending this time with our students and staff!
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School Board Approves Busing for 10th Graders, School Start Times

Fairfield High School sophomores will get a ride to school beginning with the 2017-18 school year courtesy of the district, thanks to the approval February 2 by the Fairfield Board of Education. The board also approved school start times, and the installation of air conditioning at Fairfield Middle School and South Elementary School, the last two schools in the district that do not have it...
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College Credit Opportunities for FHS Students

Qualified students can take courses in Ohio’s College Credit Plus (CCPlus) program and earn high school and college credit at the same time. Some courses can be taken here at school, some courses can be taken on college campuses. Fairfield High School will be offering informational sessions on Thursday, February 9 in the Community Room during our parent teacher conference night. At 5 PM, a Cincinnati State representative will present on taking college courses here at the high school. At 6 PM, a representative from Miami Hamilton will present on taking courses at a college campus. Attending this meeting is a prerequisite to students being able to participate in the program.
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