News and Announcements

Update Regarding Alleged Threat to FHS

Please see the statement below from the City of Fairfield Police Department:

Fairfield, OH – On February 11, 2019, we received information that an unknown person posted a threat against Fairfield High School. During our investigation, we were able to determine that the initial post originated from outside the United States, most likely in Europe. We also found that the initial message was re-posted by a Fairfield student. We have identified and interviewed that student. We do not believe that the student is in any way associated with the person who authored the original message.

During our investigation, we have been unable to identify any credible threats to our schools. Regardless, our commitment to the safety and security of our community is paramount. To that end, we have taken steps to increase police presence within the school district for the remainder of the week. Fairfield Township Police will also have a presence at East and North elementary schools.

We encourage anyone with information regarding this threat to contact the police department at (513) 896-8200.

The Fairfield City School District appreciates our local law enforcement agencies for their continued support and commitment to providing a safe and secure environment for students and staff.
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FCSD Recruiting Applicants of Color for 2019-2020 School Year

The hiring season for schools has begun! The Fairfield City School District has a Diversity Plan which is School Board approved. One important component of the plan is to recruit, hire and retain staff members of color. The Fairfield City School District is an equal opportunity employer, and we are currently seeking applicants of color for the upcoming school year (2019-2020). If you have friends, family members or acquaintances who may be interested in applying to work in our schools, please encourage them to apply (click the headline above to read more)...
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The 2017-2018 FHS Yearbooks Are In!

All pre-ordered books can be picked up at the high school between the hours of 1:45 and 3:15 p.m. Monday-Friday in rooms 1405 or 1403. There are also a small number of extra '17-'18 yearbooks that can be purchased for $75.
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FHS Senior Yearbook Photos 2018-2019

Seniors may turn in a senior photo to be used in place of their Lifetouch photo in the yearbook. All photos are due by February 15, 2019. Photos must meet all of the requirements listed below or your Lifetouch image will be used. We cannot crop or alter images for you.
Requirements:
-Head shot (waist up)
-Portrait orientation (up and down)
-No advertising/photographer names on photos
-Simple background
-Color images only
-No selfies
-No props
-Hands should be down and not around your face
-No screen shots. All images must be the original from the photographer. Most photographers will email your photo to us for you!
Photos should be a high resolution image.Low quality images cannot be printed. We cannot accept a screenshot (files that end in .png). File format should be: lastname_firstname.jpg. Digital images should be emailed to: 19yearbookfhs@gmail.com. When you email, please include: your name, senior photo as the subject. Questions? Please email Mrs. Montgomery at: montgomery_m@fairfieldcityschools.com.
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FHS Junior Recognized with National Excellence Award

Julian Gyimah, a junior at Fairfield High School, was recently recognized with the Award of Excellence from the Congress of Future Science and Technology Leaders. Julian participated in the program last summer. Participation is by academic nomination only, with all students having a minimum 3.25 grade point average to attend. The Congress of Future Science and Technology Leaders was created by the National Academy of Future Scientists and Technologists to help interested students enter scientific or high-tech professions. Students from across the country who aspire to have careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields are selected for special recognition and ongoing mentorship. Julian is pictured here with Fairfield High School Principal Bill Rice and Assistant Principal Rebecca Salyers.
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FHS Community Diversity Alliance Seeking New Members

Fairfield Senior High School is looking to start a Community Diversity Alliance (CDA) for this 2018-19 school year. This will be a group of people who work and serve the Fairfield Township & City communities in a variety of ways through their business, organization, non-profit, etc. The CDA will work with Principal Bill Rice, his administrative team and other Fairfield staff members to engage in conversations of how to better serve our students as well as how our FHS students can be better equipped to serve our Fairfield Township & City communities while in school and upon graduation.

Any interested individuals, organizations, businesses, non-profits, etc. can please click here to complete a short survey to include contact information and other relevant background details. Respondents will then be notified of the first meeting. The goal is to meet at least quarterly.
Thank you for your interest! Please contact Jen Mott, Assistant Principal of FHS, at mott_j@fairfieldcityschools.com or 513-942-2999 if you have any questions.
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ATTENTION Parents/Guardians of ALL Current Fairfield High School Students:

High academic student success and student safety are two of the most important goals of Fairfield High School's faculty, administration, and staff.  The Ohio Department of Education issues a yearly report card on the academic progress of our school.  We use that data to develop improvement plans that will take us further towards the accomplishment our educational goals.  We also value your input as we develop our plans for improvement.

We invite you to take a survey of your opinions on how well we are doing and what we can do to improve Fairfield High School...
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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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