1. Annual State of the Schools address set for
From daycare to diploma, our primary objective at the Fairview Park City Schools is to provide our students with the best educational experiences and opportunities available. Please join us as Superintendent Wagner and District CFO Amy L. Hendricks highlight our recent successes during the Annual State of the Schools address on Tuesday, March 24, 2015. The presentation will be held during the regular Board meeting at 6:30 p.m. at the Gemini Center at 21225 Lorain Road.
2. Board accepts bid for Coffinberry Property
During the board meeting on Tuesday, March 3, the board voted to approve a bid of $435,000 from Garland New Homes for the sale of the Coffinberry property located at 19020 Coffinberry Blvd. The redevelopment of the Coffinberry property was a key component of the Board's obligation to the city of Fairview Park through the Gemini Project developed in 2005. Funds generated from the sale will be dedicated to the district's permanent improvement fund, which will work to support necessary renovations to our schools.
3. Award-Winning Authors Visit Fairview Park
Two award-winning authors will be visiting the Fairview Park City Schools in April. Margaret Peterson Haddix, will visit with students in grades 4 - 8 on Tuesday, April 14, and Marc Brown of the famous Arthur books and PBS TV Show will be visiting students in grades K-3 on Friday, April 24. If you are interested in purchasing a book to be autographed by either of these authors, click here to download an order form and follow the directions for ordering. All orders are due by Friday, March 27.
4. School Safety Patrol Returns to Gilles-Sweet School
In partnership with the Fairview Park Safe Routes to School Committee the School Safety Patrol program has returned to Gilles-Sweet Elementary School. On February 27, 2015, 13 4th- and 5th-graders were sworn in by Police Chief Erich Upperman as the inaugural class of Gilles-Sweet School's new safety patrol. Members of the Gilles-Sweet School Safety Patrol reported for their first day of duty on Monday, March 2.
5. Register your Kindergartener on March 11!
The Fairview Park City Schools core Kindergarten Program is a half-day program, with an optional full-day tuition based program, with limited enrollment. Spaces for the All-Day program option will be secured on a first-come basis as defined by your completed registration and deposit. If you intend to enroll your child into Kindergarten at Fairview Park, please plan on attending the Registration event on Wednesday, March 11!
Early Education Center Gym, 21620 Mastick Rd., Fairview Park, OH 44126
Wednesday, March 11
10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. * 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. * 6:00 - 7:30 p.m.