News and Announcements

Rethreads Opens Oct. 27 for Winter Clothing Giveaway to Families in Need

Rethreads, the free clothing pantry for families in need will open its doors for a winter clothing giveaway on Saturday, October 27 from 10:00 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. Rethreads is housed in back of the Church of the Nazarene, 1425 Nilles Road, near the corner of Nilles and Dixie Highway (Route 4).
In addition, Rethreads will have a winter coat giveaway the following week on Saturday, November 3 from 10:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. Coats of all sizes are available, but anyone needing a coat must be present to receive one.
VOLUNTEERS are also needed to greet and assist shoppers. Please call (513) 549-6394 with questions.
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FHS Senior 1 of 12 Selected out of 80 to Run for State BPA Office

On October 9 over 80 students from across Ohio participated in the Business Professionals of America (BPA) Officer Screening event in Dublin, Ohio. Of those participating, only 12 were selected to move on. Fairfield High School senior Danny Partlow was selected to become an official candidate to run for office to become an Ohio BPA Officer.
The membership vote is October 31 in Columbus.
"This is the first time in a long time that a Fairfield student was selected to move on," said his instructor, Mike Davis.
BPA is the Career and technical Student Organization for students interested in pursuing careers in business management, information technology, finance, office administration and other related fields. Members work to accomplish goals in self-improvement, leadership development, professionalism, community service, career development, public relations, student cooperation and safety and health. There are approximately 45,000 members in more than 1,800 chapters in 25 states and Puerto Rico.
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FCSD Honors Partnership with Mercy Health

The Fairfield City School District is proud to partner with Mercy Health! We honored this partnership during Mercy Health Night on September 28 at half-time during the varsity football game. We thank them for their generosity and commitment to the well-being of Fairfield. Through monetary donations, support for the athletic department and trainers, providing mental health experts for community sessions, and much more, Mercy Health has shown a tremendous amount of support for Fairfield City Schools. The care and service that our student-athletes receive from the trainers and doctors that Mercy provides is second to none, and we are grateful for their support. To have our neighborhood hospital be so totally invested in the well-being of our student-athletes both on and off the playing fields is very special to our athletic department and school district. We are proud to be partners with Mercy Health, and their incredible support staff.
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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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FCSD Students, Parents and Community...

In an effort to ensure that all students, families and community members have a safe and enjoyable experience at our football games, we are prohibiting students from bringing backpacks or other large bags into the stadium. We stress to students the need to be respectful of all fans by not bringing inappropriate signage, noise-makers or other items that are prohibited by league bylaws. We join other districts in the area and across the state who have adopted similar practices.
Thank you in advance for following this new directive.
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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 or 513-942-2999 if you have any questions.
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The Greater Miami Conference has changed the ticket prices for varsity football for the 2018 season. Adult tickets for varsity football games will now be $8 both presale and at the gate for both home and away contests. Presale tickets for students will now be $5 and can still be purchased at the Fairfield High School, Fairfield Freshman School, Crossroads Middle School and Creekside Middle School bookkeeper’s office for both home and away games until 3 p.m. on each Friday. ONE MAJOR CHANGE FOR THE 2018 SEASON IS THAT ALL TICKETS AT THE GATE WILL BE $8; THIS INCLUDES TICKETS FOR STUDENTS AS WELL. Please note the changes and plan to save money for student tickets by purchasing them before Friday night’s game at one of the designated locations. Senior Citizen passes for residents of Fairfield age 60 and over can still be obtained with proper identification at the Fairfield High School Bookkeeper’s Office and will be available at both ticket gates for the 2018 season as well.
With the changes in pricing for varsity football there is no better time than now to purchase reserve tickets. There are still reserve seats available for the 2018 season. Reserve seats for Fairfield Varsity Football games are $12 per seat. For just $4 more a game and $20 more for the entire season you can reserve your seat with seat back for the 2018 season. Please contact the athletic department at 513-942-3255 to reserve your seat today! Click the headline above to download a ticket order form.
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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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Health Center Offering FREE Vaccines to 6th & 11th Graders

To parents parents of current 6th or 11th graders:
Sign your child up to receive the Tdap and/or Meningitis immunization FREE during the school day! These immunizations are required to enter 7th and 12th grade. The state has required immunizations for several grade levels. You may recall submitting documentation when you enrolled your child in school.
The state does allow parents to exempt their child from these immunizations for medical, philosophical, or religious reasons.
For more information about the exemption, required immunizations, or the vaccination clinic, please contact your child's school nurse.
Click the headline above for locations, dates and times for the clinics.
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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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