10/8/20
District Update from Dr. Wagner
Dear Fairview Families:

We've had a very successful transition to hybrid learning this week. Again, thank you all for your patience.

Thank you to our teachers and staff who continue to go above and beyond for our students each and every day.

I've had the opportunity to witness amazing conversations, projects, and collaboration over the past few days. It's been great to see many of our students back in the classroom.

Please be sure to conduct daily assessments of the health of your children prior to sending them to school and make sure they have a face covering for every day they attend. If your child is not feeling well, please contact the school to report the absence and reasons why your child will not be attending. 


ISSUE 72 - CONTINUING OPERATING LEVY FOR FAIRVIEW PARK CITY SCHOOLS


For those of you who are voting by mail, you should see your ballots arrive soon (if not already).

Remember, Issue 72 is on the last page of your ballot.

Don't forget to sign your ballot, and mail it back as soon as possible. Keep in mind that ballots require extra postage -- 70 cents. Or, you can use two first-class stamps.

As I have stated in past updates and in our recent community presentation -- the passage of this operating levy is CRITICAL to continue the quality programs and services our families and community have come to expect from our schools.

Please email us if you have any questions about the Issue 72 operating levy, or visit www.fairviewparkschools.org/issue72


REMINDER TO SIGN UP FOR FOOD SERVICES 

Don't forget: all students in grades K-12 are currently eligible to receive free breakfast and free lunch each week. If you wish to pick up meals for your student for the days they are not in the school buildings, please email Diana Hill, Food Service Coordinator, to be added to the list. Pick-up is on Mondays from 12-1 p.m. at Fairview High School.
Enjoy this beautiful fall weather!

Thank you, and stay well.

Dr. Bill Wagner
Superintendent