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FHS Theater Program Launches New Website!

Get the latest scoop on the Fairfield High School Theater program by visiting their new website! Click the headline above to access the page.
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District to Purchase 32 Acres in Fairfield Township for Future District Use; No Immediate Plans for New Schools

The Fairfield Board of Education approved a request September 5 from school district leaders to purchase 32 acres in Fairfield Township for future use.
The approval followed a presentation by Superintendent Billy Smith and Treasurer Nancy Lane about the opportunity to buy the land, located at the northwest corner of Hamilton-Mason Road and Gilmore Road, "at a very reasonable price" from the township through its Community Improvement Corporation. "We are very thankful to the Fairfield Township Board of Trustees for giving us this opportunity," Mr. Smith said. "While we will begin the Building Pride 2.0 process this fall, the district has no immediate plans to build new schools," Mr. Smith told board members at the meeting. Click the headline above to continue reading.
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Show Choirs to Present Fall Gala October 22 - Order Your Tickets Now!


Join the Fairfield Show Choirs for an amazing night of great entertainment and great food!

The Fairfield Choral Music Department will present their 2019 Fall Gala Event on October 22 at the Oscar Event Center located in the Jungle Jim's International Market complex in Fairfield. This year's theme is 'From Screen to Stage.' All performances are inspired from the silver screen and the Broadway stage and will be hosted by the Fairfield High School FortissiBROS, Pure Elegance, and Choraliers. Click the headline above for details.
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AP Course Exams Now FREE, Exam Registration Now Online

The 2019-2020 school year promises to be an exciting year in the world of Advanced Placement (AP) courses and exams. FCSD is excited to announce that all students who are enrolled in an AP course will take the AP exam at no cost to the students and their families. This will allow all students to participate in the exam and have a pre-selected college, university, or scholarship program receive their score for free from the AP College BoardNew to College Board this year is online exam registration. Students are currently registering online through their AP classes. The deadline for exam registration is October 1 (Click the headline to read more)...
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FCSD Seeking Substitute RNs

We are looking for Registered Nurses who would like to help provide quality care to our students and their families when our building nurses are unavailable. Whether you are a new nurse, retired nurse who has maintained your license, a part-time or full-time employee, we would love to have you join our team. Dates are flexible and training for this position is provided. A small cost of $47.25 for fingerprinting and $25 for the ODE Educational Aide-Student Monitor permit is required. The 2019-2020 substitute pay scale is $94 per day.

If you are interested in joining our team, please contact the Human Resource Office at 513-829-6300 to begin the application process. We look forward to working with you!
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FCSD Board of Education Hires New Director of Curriculum & Instruction

The Fairfield Board of Education approved on Wednesday a recommendation to hire Mandy Aug as the new Director of Curriculum and Instruction, effective July 1. Mrs. Aug joins the Fairfield City School District staff after more than a decade with the Three Rivers Local School District, in western Hamilton County. She is replacing Lani Wildow, who resigned to pursue other opportunities.
Mrs. Aug had served as the Chief Academic Officer (CAO) for Three Rivers since 2015. While there she served in various capacities including (but not limited to) managing the Comprehensive Continuous Improvement Plan (CCIP), a federal grants application program; co-led the Future Ready Committee, and is a member of the Hamilton County Educational Service Center Instructional Council and the High AIMS Planning Committee.
Prior to her role as CAO, she was the Teacher Leader of Curriculum, Instruction and Professional Development, where she facilitated the review and alignment of grades K-6 science and social studies curriculum. She also led the review and adoption of grades K-6 science and social studies textbooks, and organized in-service days for teachers and staff.
As a teacher at Taylor High School, Mrs. Aug served as social studies department chairperson. She was recognized as a Claes Nobel Educator of Distinction in 2013 and named Three Rivers Local School District Teacher of the Year in 2006.
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FCSD Board of Education Approves Recommendation to Fill New Counseling Position at FHS

The Fairfield Board of Education approved a recommendation to hire Daryan Martin as the new guidance counselor at Fairfield High School, effective August 19. His position is an addition to the current guidance staff. Daryan graduates this month from the University of Cincinnati with his second Master's degree in school counseling (his first was from Howard University), and previously was a student/scholar-athlete in the football program at the University of Akron. Daryan graduated from Princeton High School and is currently interning with the Winton Woods City School District.
We welcome Daryan to Fairfield!
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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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