FAIRVIEW PARK CITY SCHOOLS

Dear Fairview Park Families: The Ohio Department of Education released the report cards for school districts for the 2017-18 school year on September 13, 2018. For the first time, districts have been assigned an overall letter grade, and in this case Fairview Park City Schools 
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Document memories of the first day of school with these printable signs! E-mail your photos to us at [email protected] to be included in the back-to-school slideshow. Be sure to tag your photos on your favorite social sites with #FairviewFirstDay. Have a great year!   Color  (looks best 
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The 2018 Annual Report to the Community can be viewed electronically here.  
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This summer, the Ohio Department of Education is sponsoring the Summer Food Service Program, providing children with free, healthy meals. It’s easy to participate and no sign up is required. Simply call 1-866-3-HUNGRY (1-866-348-6479), visit education.ohio.gov/KidsEat or use the Department’s mobile app for meal times and locations 
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First Grade Orientation, Gilles-Sweet Elementary School Monday, May 21, 2018, 6:30 PM Please join us on Monday, May 21, 2018, for our First Grade Orientation program. This informative evening will help make your child’s transition from Kindergarten to first grade a positive and exciting experience! We look 
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The Fairview Park City Schools Board of Education confirmed Kimberly Sperling as the new district treasurer at a special board meeting on Thursday, May 3. Mrs. Sperling replaces Amy Hendricks, who retired as treasurer on January 31 and is now leading her hometown city of 
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Join us for an evening exhibition of student innovation, creativity, and application of the design thinking process through project-based learning. The Innovation Challenge Student Showcase will take place on May 10 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at Fairview High School. You will have an opportunity 
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Almost every week, school violence and bullying incidents are making headlines across the country. Trying to curb that trend, students in Fairview Park are learning about  kindness and compassion. More than 1,000 students who attend the Fairview Park Early Education Center and Gilles-Sweet Elementary are 
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