Order your 2020 yearbook before the price goes up on November 1st. Order forms are being sent home with students on Friday, October 11th. Click on the picture above to print an order form from home.
SENIORS: Class funds are being used to purchase a yearbook for each senior. You will not need to fill out a form.
FFA ANNUAL FUNDRAISER SALES
October 10, 2019- November 5, 2019
The FFA students are selling Fruit, Poinsettias, Nuts, BBQ Sauce, Pallet Trees and some locally produced items for their annual fundraiser. The pallet trees are made by our students and the poinsettias are grown in our greenhouse. The citrus is from Florida and the apples are from Ohio.
If you are interested in purchasing any of the items please contact any FFA member or call the high school at 937-780-2966 and ask for the Agriculture Department.
Parent Teacher Conferences
Parent teacher conferences are scheduled for October 3rd & 10th from 4:00 p.m.- 7:00 p.m. Appointment times are not required to meet with high school teachers but are encouraged. If you would like to schedule an appointment please call the high school office at 937-780-2966.
School Picture Retake Day is Tuesday, October 22nd .
Please plan to have your picture taken if you missed the first scheduled picture day. Order forms are available in the high school office.
Counseling and Prevention Services at Fairfield High School
We are pleased to announce that Fairfield High School will once again partner with the FRS Counseling Services to provide our students with the opportunity to receive counseling on a regular basis throughout the school year. FRS Counseling serviced Fairfield High School last year and many students and families were able to take advantage of their services.
We are also pleased to announce that the Scioto-Paint Valley Mental Health Center will partner with Fairfield High School and provide Drug Prevention Education to all freshmen students during the 2019-2020 school year. Drug use in America has become a national crisis and we want to educate our students concerning this issue and provide preventative education to combat this issue.
We would like to thank both of these agencies for their time and commitment to Fairfield High School.
Ohio’s Options for a High School Diploma
The transition to multiple options for earning a high school diploma is an exciting one for students who will have more flexibility for success in school and preparing for their future after high school. The department is providing the following tools to communicate effectively these options.
Below is an informative video outlining the options.