Important Dates 

Tuesday, December 17:
BOE Meeting: 6:30 p.m.  


Dec. 23-Jan. 3:

Winter Break - No School


January 17:  

Records Day - No School   

January 20

MLK Day - No School   

Clip of the Month  

The "Bring Your Own Device," BYOD, (or BYOT, Bring Your Own Technology) practice is becoming more common in school districts throughout the country. Read more about Fairview Park's approach to this innovative initiative in our Clip of the Month.

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Enjoy this holiday season
It's that time of year. The hustle and bustle of the holiday season has begun. With just over two weeks until holiday break, please take some time to enjoy one of the many exciting student programs taking place at our schools. For a full list, visit our online calendar today. Now, on to the top 5 things you need to know as we close out another successful year.     

1. FPCS Makes the 4th-Annual AP District Honor Roll 
Fairview Park City Schools was recently named to the College Board's 4th-Annual AP District Honor Roll. As a recipient of this distinction, FPCS increased its students' access to AP courses while simultaneously maintaining or increasing the percentage of students earning scores of 3 or higher in AP exams. Fairview Park is one of 37 districts in Ohio and 477 nationally to receive this recognition.

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2. Taste of Fairview & FHS Talent Show

On Saturday, December 14 at 5 p.m., Fairview High School's Mosaic Club is teaming up with the FHS Talent Show to host the district's first Taste of Fairview event, benefiting the Fairview Hunger Center and Shoes and Clothes for Kids. Community members are invited to taste holiday and cultural foods made by local restaurants and Fairview families at the event, which is taking place in the FHS Cafeteria. After you fill up on some great food, stick around for the 6th-Annual FHS Talent Show.

3. More than 80 Seniors volunteer in our community  
A special thank-you goes out to the Class of 2014 who volunteered to help our older residents clear their yards and pick up leaves last month. Despite the early snow fall, more than 80 seniors pitched in to help our community members in need. Click here to view photos.   


4. Have you checked your PowerAnnouncement settings? 

If you haven't already, please take a moment to log in to

PowerSchool and make sure the PowerAnnouncement settings and preferences are up to date and accurate. Click on the link below for directions on updating your information and settings.   

PowerAnnouncement instructions. 

5. District Website gets makeover in 2014
Our district website has become a hub of vital information for our staff, students and families. Be on the lookout for a new and improved early next year! We're excited to showcase our students and programs on a newly-designed platform.