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Job Olympics
Three students from Fairfield participated in a Job Olympics event on November 18 at the Celebration Center in Lyons, KS. Students had to perform various job related tasks. They competed against other students at the high school level. There were 90 plus students participating and 14 schools represented. Click below for details!
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Falcon Athletic Club Hoops Camp 2016
On November 12th and the 19th, the Falcon Athletic Club sponsored a basketball camp for grades 3-8. Click below for more details.
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ImpACT Food Drive 2016
Thanksgiving and Christmas are coming soon and they are known as the season for eating! The ImpACT group at Fairfield High School sponsored a food drive with the goal of gathering a minimum of 200 cans and boxes of non-perishable items to donate to the Arlington Food Bank. Click below to read more!
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Superintendent's Message

Fairfield Parents and Community,


On behalf of the Fairfield School District Staff and Board of Education, I want to sincerely thank the voters, volunteers and elected officials for their active support of our students and schools. The quality of our communities is inextricably connected to the quality of our schools. With the support received from this past bond election, that connection is strengthened.

This bond will provide support to our general fund and capital outlay programs and services for the years to come. It also means we now can assure the safest campus possible for our students and staff.

The Capital funds will be utilized over the course of the next several years to address some of our major facility deficiencies outside of the bond initiatives and continue our quest to have all classrooms outfitted with current technology systems. With an interest to continue the engagement of our communities and provide transparency to the process through the construction process, we will keep the lines of communication open.  This will be accomplished through the website, Facebook page, newsletter articles, surveys, and of course face-to-face meetings.

The Board remains committed to providing the best possible educational experience that can be delivered to our students with available resources.

We will continue to look for ways to economize and reduce expenses without compromising the quality of instruction or learning opportunities for students.

We are grateful to the many hardworking volunteers from the Fairfield Falcon Bond Election Committee whose dedicated efforts effectively communicated the importance of passing this bond. In the end, it is our students who stand to gain from the efforts of these people and from the resolve demonstrated by our citizens to preserve the tradition of excellent education in Fairfield Schools.

Again, thank you very much for your ongoing support of our schools, our students and their future.

With deep appreciation,                                                                                                                 

Nathan Reed
Superintendent, Fairfield School District 310