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Congratulations to our 4th Grade Spelling Bee Top 5 Winners!
First place, Numair R., 2nd place, Alexisse Y., tied for 3rd, Megan A., Girish B., and Jose G. Photos of all the spelling bee participants can be seen here
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Parent Survey- Coming Soon! 
Please look for the Mable Campus Parent Survey in your e-mail inbox! All parents that complete the survey will be put into a drawing for a $1.000 Fairmont tuition credit for the 2012-2013 school year. The drawing will be held on Tuesday, May 1, at our Family Hot Dog Lunch.  
Spring Concerts
Come out and enjoy a wonderful show as our 3rd and 4th grade students perform in their Spring Concert. The 3rd grade class will perform, "It's A Jungle Out There," and the 4th grade class will perform "We Haz Jazz." Limited seating is available at the 9:00 a.m. performance. The nighttime performance will begin at 6:30 p.m.
Concerts will take place on Wednesday, March 28.

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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The 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.  In 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 

Homestay Program Info Session
Wednesday, March 28
Fairmont Anaheim Hills Campus

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.    

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Mable Students Advance to Nationals in Toshiba ExploraVision Competition

ExploraVision 2012

Four fifth graders from Fairmont's Mable Campus demonstrated their talent for scientific innovation in Toshiba's national ExploraVision Competition. The team, led by science teacher Kathryn Baham, was named one of 24 regional winners in the country and will now take their project, "Hearing the World's Silent Side," to the national round of the competition. The team members include Chloe S., Taylor T., Riya B. and Raj S.


The ExploraVision competition challenges fourth through sixth graders to propose how a current technology might be used 20 years in the future. Fairmont's team of students studied the cochlear implant (hearing aid) and were shocked to discover that with today's technology doctors are still unable to help patients with deafness caused by auditory nerve damage. To find a solution, the students looked to the technology that is currently being tested for spinal cord injuries and wondered if that technology could be re-purposed in deaf patients. The answer, it turned out, was yes.


Applying this creative thinking, the students came up with their product: "Hearing the World's Silent Side" [HWSS]. HWSS is a mixture of two components: nanofibers used in Spinal Cord technology and a 2012 Cochlear Implant. In HWSS the nanofibers are used to coat the auditory nerve. When sound waves enter the ear they are able to bypass the nerve damage. Combining this nanofiber technology with the regular cochlear implant results in a perfect solution for any type of hearing loss.


"I am so proud to be coaching this team of students. They are innovative thinkers who explore new ideas with enthusiasm. Cochlear implants and spinal cord procedures are complicated technologies to understand, but these students did their research and became experts on the topic because they had a passion for helping the deaf to hear," said Kathryn Baham, Fairmont Mable Campus Science Teacher and ExploraVision Coach.


Each of the regional winning teams receives a Toshiba laptop for the school and each member of the regional winning teams will receive a Toshiba HD Camcorder. Toshiba visited the Mable Campus to recognize the students in an awards ceremony on Thursday, March 22. They will now advance to the national round of the competition. Wish them luck!  


Contributed by Alyssa, Fairmont Private Schools


A video of the flag salute where their regional win was announced can be seen here

Fairmont Private School- Mable Campus
Tri Way Soccer
Wednesday, March 21
Mable 1, Anaheim Hills 2  (OT-Shootout)

DSL Soccer
Wednesday, March 21
Mable 7, Anaheim Hills 0

Upcoming Games
Tri Way Soccer
Tuesday, March 27
Mable vs. Edgewood- Away Game
Game played at Tustin Sports Park.
2:30 p.m.

Thursday, March 29
Mable vs. Mission Hills- Home Game
3:30 p.m.

DSL Soccer
Monday, March 26
Mable vs. Mission Hills- Home Game
3:15 p.m.

Tuesday, March 27
Mable vs. Edgewood- Away Game
Game played at Tustin Sports Park.
3:30 p.m.
*Players will ride the bus with Junior High team. Bus will return back to Fairmont at approximately 5:15 p.m.

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March 28

Spring Concert- 3rd and 4th Grade Students Perform

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


Homestay Program Info Session

6:30-8:30 p.m.  

Fairmont Anaheim Hills Campus  

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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 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)  

7-8:30 p.m.  

Fairmont Edgewood Campus  

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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.   


April 9-13

Spring Break  

No School

School will resume on Monday, April 16.