Each episode, we strive to bring you relevant information and resources related to the school district and how we implement The Fairview Advantage, a framework for student success.
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The Fairview Advantage Podcast was recognized in 2018 with a “Mark of Excellence” Award from the Ohio School Public Relations Association.
Fairview Park City Schools Superintendent Dr. Bill Wagner and Director of Teaching and Learning Melanie Wightman discuss the elements of The Fairview Advantage, the district’s framework for student success.
Hosted by FPCS Communications and Marketing Coordinator Amanda Lloyd, this episode’s discussion includes:
Fairview High School Principal Chris Vicha outlines the Top 5 new things students, families, and the community can expect at FHS for the 2017-18 school year, including block scheduling, new AP courses, the Junior Experience, and Senior Exit Interviews. High school biology teacher Mr. Bruening joins the conversation to talk about the start-up of a district Robotics team.
Gilles-Sweet Elementary School has incorporated the PBIS (Positive Behavior Interventions and Support) model with the Olweus Bullying Prevention Program to create a collaborative and engaging program called “Warrior P.R.I.D.E.”
Principal Barb Brady, Associate Principal Matthew Krivak, and School Counselor Meredith Schulte are the guests on this episode of “The Fairview Advantage” podcast and share the details of the Warrior P.R.I.D.E. program.
While the elementary school, which celebrates its 10-year anniversary this year, had a PBIS program in place since the building’s opening, Principal Brady said, “We decided it was time to refresh our model and fine-tune what we had been doing.”
The program directly aligns with the district’s vision to be “a community united.”
Gilles-Sweet teachers and administrators have coined the hashtag #GillesGreat to highlight exceptional examples of Warrior Pride.
On this episode we welcome two Fairview Park residents who bring an incredible amount of expertise and resources in the areas of digital citizenship and media literacy.
Paula Deal, a retired teacher who worked as a school library media specialist with 45 years of experience in education. Currently, she is a content contributor at the Source for Learning and an Educational Consultant for WVIZ PBS Ideastream here in Cleveland. She has been a Fairview Park resident for over 30 years with two children who are graduates of Fairview HS.
Rebecca Zullo has been in the field of Education for over 30 years. She is currently a technology integration specialist and mathematics coach for ideastream. Rebecca is also the author of several graduate courses for educators and is currently writing a course entitled “New Generation Literacy.”
Parenting in a Digital Age: Parent and Student Panel Discussion – 3/23/2017
Students and parents discuss their experiences with the Summit Learning Platform, the Personalized Learning Platform used at Fairview Park City Schools as well as how parents can embrace technology and independent learning.
Personalized Learning Parent/Student Focus Group – April 20, 2017
Notes: Students and parents discuss their experiences with the Summit Learning Platform, the Personalized Learning Platform used at Fairview Park City Schools.
The BOE will hold a regular meeting on Tuesday, June 30, beginning at 6:30 p.m. at Fairview High School. The meetin… https://t.co/SDKHKrXuLG
We will provide our students with the Fairview Advantage, a framework for student success, by delivering exceptional services and academic programs that challenge the mind and instill the joy of learning and responsible citizenship.
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