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Parent Survey- Coming Soon! 
This coming week be sure to watch for an email containing the annual Fairmont Parent Survey. Your feedback is valuable, and we appreciate you taking the time to provide it to us. This year we are hoping to increase parent participation so we are raffling off a $1,000.00 tuition discount good for the 2012-2013 school year. One winner will be drawn from each campus, and all survey participants will be eligible.
Parent Association Scrip Orders 
The FPA is asking for your scrip orders. Scrip orders must be returned to the Mable FPA mailbox located in the library. Orders are due March 20.
Scrip Order Form

Fairmont's Homestay Program

Why Should you Host an International Student? Here is what some our Fairmont Families have to say about the Homestay Program.


"Not only is it a rewarding experience for the student, it also is for the Host Family. My son now has two new playmates. They can get another brother or sister at home to teach them about their customs and even a few words of their language. My son is just attached to his host sister.


Looking at it from your child's viewpoint, they become a part of the family. You're not just parenting a kid, its adding to the joy of your family."


- Carrise Moriyasu, an Anaheim Hills Parent who has hosted for over 2 years and is currently hosting two Russian students


"Homestay was an amazing experience for my family and I!  We really enjoyed learning a lot about the Chinese culture and traditions as well as sharing ours with them. It was so much fun introducing them to things they had never experienced before, such as the beach and bowling. Overall it was a great experience and we definitely would do it again!"


- Michelle Anderson, a Fairmont Anaheim Hills Teacher who hosted 2 Chinese students for 5 weeks


The Fairmont Homestay Program is looking for Fairmont Families to host an international student for our short-term, long term, and summer programs at our Mable, Anaheim Hills, and Preparatory Campuses. Fairmont has a variety of student programs ranging from two weeks to an entire academic year allowing any family the opportunity to participate in this rewarding experience. Families will also receive financial compensation for their participation.       

Interested families are invited to attend our Homestay Program Information Meeting at the Anaheim Hills Campus on March 28, 2012 from 6:30pm to 8:30pm. Families can RSVP for the meeting by visiting our website at For more information, please contact the Homestay Office at714-999-5055 x 1689or email [email protected]. 

Chalk Talk: How to Parent Your Kids (Without Losing Your Mind)
Tuesday April 3, 2012, 7:00pm - 8:30pm
Fairmont Edgewood Campus

If you've ever dreamed of being a better parent or educator, this is the event for you! Learn how to make the most of your parent/child/school relationship from acclaimed speaker, Scott Peebles, M.A., MFCC, H.B. Scott was one of the youngest licensed Marriage, Family & Child Counselors in California, and he has been deemed one of the most exciting and entertaining parenting speakers in the country. Scott calls his method "Slightly Off the Wall Parenting." We think you'll call it amazing! All Fairmont parents, faculty and friends are welcome!

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Did You Know... Fairmont Preparatory Academy Concert Choir, Concert Band and Show Choir have been honored with an invitation to participate in the London Festival of Music?  

These 45 Fairmont Prep music students, grades 9-12 compete annually, nationally as well as locally.  April 2008 the groups attained national ranking, which earned them invitations to perform in such exotic locales as Germany, Austria, China, and a number of cities throughout the United States. Prior to London, the students have competed in San Francisco, New York, Hawaii.

London is their first opportunity to compete internationally. Additionally, the Concert Choir has been invited to sing Eucharist mass at St Paul's Cathedral and Covenant Garden, and to perform at Regent Park. The Choirs and Band leave April 2 and return April 8. We're wishing them lots of luck!
Contributed by Stacey Barta, Fairmont Prep Music Director

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Traveling Scientist Brings Hands-On Science to Mable Campus

What do magnets, turtles, the periodic table, and spiders have in common? They are all topics taught by the Traveling Scientist. The Traveling Scientist visits each year for first through fifth grade students. Each grade level explores a unique subject in the science world.

In first grade, students learn the difference between reptiles and
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amphibians. The traveling scientist brings along some of her friends to help the students learn the difference. This year, the students met a snake, a tortoise, a toad, and a lizard.
During second grade, the topic is "Eight Legs or Six" and students explore the insect and spider worlds. This year, the traveling scientist brought along a walking stick bug, beetles, cockroaches, and a tarantula named Rose for the students to meet. 
When third grade rolls around, the students get excited about "Feather Fun" which takes them deep inside the bird kingdom to show what makes birds unique. This year, the students met an injured owl and learned about his path back to health. They also met a parrot and a dove.
In fourth grade, animal studies stop and the students delve into the topic of magnets. Electromagnetic motors are explored and students learn the role magnets have in making a compass work. This year's highlight for the students was having magnet races.  "What's the Matter" is the question in fifth grade as the students are introduced to the periodic table of elements and the basics of chemistry. This year, the student highlight was creating and watching various chemical reactions.

Each and every year the students look forward to the day the Traveling Scientist visits. 
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Tri Way Soccer
Tuesday, March 13
Mable 0, Heritage Oak 4

Thursday, March 15
Mable 2, Carden Academy 1

DSL Soccer
Tuesday, March 13
Mable 5, TVT 0

Wednesday, March 14
Mable 9, Mission Hills 0

Upcoming Games
Tri Way Soccer
Wednesday, March 21
Mable vs. Anaheim Hills- Away Game
3:00 p.m.

DSL Soccer
Wednesday, March 21
Mable vs. Anaheim Hills- Away Game
4:00 p.m.

On Wednesday, March 21, all soccer team members (DSL and Tri Way) will be traveling to and from Anaheim Hills on the bus.

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March 20

4th Grade Spelling Bee


Scrip Orders Due

Order Form


March 22

Exploravision Assembly  

2:00 p.m.



March 23

Junior High Fun Trip to Knott's Berry Farm


Permission Slip 


2nd Grade- "Disneyland Salutes the American Band"


Pemission Slip 


March 28

Spring Concert- 3rd and 4th Grade Students Perform

9:00 a.m. and 6:30 p.m


Homestay Info Session  

Fairmont Anaheim Hills Campus  


Click Here to RSVP 


March 29

Elementary Spring Pictures

Elementary students have free Spring dress on this day. All students will have their Spring photo taken.  


Junior High Honor Roll Assembly




March 30

No School- Teacher Inservice


March 31

Junior High Academic Pentathlon

Bolsa Grande High School 


April 2- 6

Junior High Spirit Week


April 3

Jog A Thon


Chalk Talk: How To Parent Your Kids (Without Losing Your Mind)  

Fairmont Edgewood Campus  


Click Here to RSVP  


April 4  

3rd Grade: Knott's Berry Farm Indian Trails Field Trip


April 5

Elementary Honor Roll

2:00 p.m.



April 6

Child I.D. Program


Junior High Homeroom Olympics


Short Friday

All students will be dismissed at 12:00 p.m.

If your student is staying past 1:00 p.m., please send a lunch. There is no lunch service on this day.