Members of the Fairview Park City Schools Board of Education and administration welcome you. Regular Meetings are held on the third Tuesday of the month, unless noted on the Fairview Park Board of Education meeting schedule.All meeting dates and locations of the Fairview Park Board of Education are posted to the district web calendar. Meeting minutes are posted on our web site at http://www.fairviewparkschools.org/leadership/minutes/.

Remaining 2016 Board Meetings: 

November 29, 6:00 p.m. (note time change from originally scheduled at 6:30) at the Mayer Middle School Learning Center
December 14, 6:30 p.m. at Parkview Early Education Center Gymnasium 


Fairview Park City Schools Board of Education is composed of five residents of Fairview Park elected to serve overlapping four-year terms. At the end of each term, a member may continue to serve on the board by being re-elected to another four-year term. State law does not limit the number of terms a member may serve. Board of education elections are held on General Election Day, the Tuesday following the first Monday in November.

Public Participation
Fairview Park City Schools Board of Education is a decision-making body. The public may express sentiments to assist the members in making decisions, but time spent answering routine questions or criticisms takes time away from board meetings. Questions about operation of schools should be directed to your child’s teacher or an administrator of the school.

Public participation under the agenda item “Public Comments” is welcome and any concern dealing with education in Fairview Park City Schools may be discussed at this time. Three minutes will be allocated for each person to speak with a maximum time of 30 minutes for public participation.

During that period, each person may only speak once or until all who desire to speak have had the opportunity to do so. Administration will attempt to answer questions when they are presented. In most cases more information is needed to satisfy all parties, thus the question may be referred to the superintendent of schools or the treasurer for further investigation or study.

Speakers are asked to refrain from defamatory or abusive remarks, verbal criticism and/ or complaints against an individual employee of the school district. The presiding officer may terminate the speaker’s privilege of address if, after being called to order, the speaker persists in improper conduct or remarks.