Important Dates 

Monday, September 1

Labor Day - No School


Tuesday, September 16 

Regular Board Meeting; 6:30 p.m. 

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Fairview Park schools mark a smooth start to the new school year


Rain stopped and gray skies parted as Gilles-Sweet Elementary School students arrived Wednesday morning for the first day of classes.


Nearly 700 students, arriving by bus and on foot with parents, streamed into the school in a matter of minutes under the watchful eyes of Prinicipal Barbara Brady, Superintendent William Wagner and Fire Chief Tony Raffin.


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Welcome back - a message from Superintendent, Bill Wagner
Hello and welcome back to another exciting school year here at Fairview Park City Schools. We hope you all had a nice, relaxing break and enjoyed your time together with family and friends. Our buildings are buzzing with the renewed excitement of students returning for another great school year, and our staff is busy providing outstanding educational opportunities that help our students learn to believe and achieve!

I wish you all an exciting and successful start to the 2014-15 school year. If you have any questions or would like to chat, please don't hesitate to contact me via e-mail at

Now, on to the top-5 things going on right now!


1. Fill out Back-to-School Forms by September 5

2014-15 enrollment records are now available online. This online registration process for returning students includes our yearly back-to-school-forms, including: Emergency Medical Form, Blanket Field Trip Form, Free and Reduced Lunch Application (new this year), etc. 


Use the PowerSchool Parent Portal to access the Registration page. All forms must be completed by Friday, September 5, 2014.


Download Detailed Instructions.

2. Free & Reduced Lunch Applications now Online  

Children from families whose annual income is at or below the Federal Guidelines are eligible for free and reduced-price meals. Fairview Park City Schools 2014-15 Free and Reduced Lunch Applications are available via the Returning Student Online Registration program in PowerSchool and onlineLearn more.


3. Staff engage in scenario-based ALICE training

Staff members from Gilles-Sweet, Mayer Middle School and Fairview High School gathered this summer to engage in ALICE training for responding to extreme violence or active shooter events. ALICE (Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter and Evacuate) strategies incorporate the use of building infrastructure, technology, and human action to maximize survival chances and mitigate casualties. 


4. Students get a fun jump-start at Summer Reading Camp

This summer, students from Gilles-Sweet Elementary School and incoming Kindergartners from the Early Education Center engaged in a fun-filled jump-start to the school year with Summer Reading Camp.

Nearly 20 young learners at Gilles-Sweet wrapped up their 3-week session with a Picnic theme which incorporated engaging crafts and creative "how-to" lessons.

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5. Support our Warriors and save some cash too!

Kick off the 2014 Fall Sports season by purchasing a 2014-15 Warrior Pass, which offers discounted admission to all home sporting events for the entire school year! We hope to see you at an upcoming event. GO WARRIORS!

Click here to get your pass.

View Athletic Schedules.