Week of September 28, 2020
Important Information
Mr. Vicha emailed this information out on Friday, 9/25 regarding the transition to hybrid mode.

Remote Learning Option Registration Form Deadline to register is 11:59 p.m. on September 27.

Also, read about changes to food service during hybrid learning and sign up to pick-up meals for days students are not in the buildings.
Warriors of the Week
MIRANDA T. - 6th grade WOW
This week's 6th grade Warrior of the Week is Miranda T! Miranda is attentive in class, participates daily, and follows every prompt. She is a leader in Social Studies Kahoots and has already passed her first focus areas for both ELA and Math! We also admire everything she does to help out her peers during class. We are so proud of you, Miranda. Keep up the amazing work! 

LUKE A. - 7th grade WOW
The 7th grade team selected Luke A. as our Warrior of the Week. Luke has been an active participant in class discussions and often contributes fascinating facts and ideas! He asks great questions and digs deep to understand our topics better. Luke had a great week in math! He completed his checkpoints in a timely manner, and did well on a review game coming in first place. His work is always turned in on time and to the best of his ability. In the classroom Luke has a friendly sense of humor and you can always count on him to have a fun conversation. The 7th grade team is very proud of you, and we are looking forward to seeing you progress the rest of the year!

ETHAN C. - 8th grade WOW
This week’s 8th grade Warrior of the Week is Ethan C! Ethan is starting the year strong. He frequently participates in class Google Meets and asks appropriate questions that benefit the whole. He is patient and determined. These characteristics combined with his quiet gentle nature make the foundation for a great leader. Ethan never gives up and will try new things regardless if there's a possibility of making a mistake. Ethan is maturing as a self-directed learner making him an amazing student and individual. 


EMMA L. - 9th grade WOW
This week’s 9th grade Warrior of the Week is Emma L! Emma is doing a great job so far this year. She shows up each day ready to try her best. Emma participates in class discussion, answers questions and even reaches out to her teachers as needed. We are so proud of Emma for her effort and enthusiasm so far this year. Keep up the great work, Emma!

ANDY H. - 10th grade WOW
This week’s 10th grade Warrior of the Week is Andy H! Andy is rocking virtual learning and is the Kahoot King! We look forward to his participation in class! Keep up the great work!!

DAILIN F. - 11th grade WOW
This week’s 11th grade Warrior of the Week is Dailin F! Dailin has been impressively engaged in her google meet classes. This simple effort is so appreciated by her teachers working so hard to keep it all together! Keep up the great work, Dailin!!

LIAM M. - 12th grade WOW
This week’s 12th grade Warrior of the Week is Liam M! Liam has been working so hard these past couple of weeks! Liam asks fantastic questions and is staying on track with assignments. Keep up the great work, Liam! You are doing an amazing job so far!

Returning Student Registration
If you haven’t done so already, please complete all required sections as soon as possible. If you did not receive an email, you can login to your PowerSchool account and click “Returning Student Registration” to update information.

Parents, please don't be left out of the loop this year! Get all the information you need regarding events at school and through PTA. We have a new website that makes it super easy to join Fairview Park MS/HS PTA!

It's through MemberHub @fairviewparkmshspta.memberhub.com There will be groups with in the site devoted to each years class (ex: 2021, 2022, 2023 & 2024) we will need members like you to help keep friends and other parents current with what's going on in each class! We will also have Hubs for After Prom, Community Outreach, 8th Grade dance, Reflections, Staff Appreciation, Career night & Scholars Reception to just name a few of the possibilities. Find your passion with us and let’s make this an EXCEPTIONAL year!
Summit Learning
What does a Summit Learning Project look like?

Students engage with Projects that connect the classroom to the real world. When students work in teams to apply what they’re learning to Projects that mimic and solve real-world problems, they develop strong collaboration, communication and critical thinking skills.

Watch this short video to see how students and teachers discuss a project called “E-Waste”.
Quick Links
Box Tops for Education
Materials Pick-up
If you were unable to attend material pick up day please contact your school office to make arrangements.

Mayer Middle School - Mrs. Tieri atieri@fairview.k12.oh.us or call 440-356-3500 ext. 3101

Fairview High School - Mrs. Bennhoff sbennhoff@fairview.k12.oh.us or call 440-356-3500 ext. 4106
Supply Pick-Up
If you missed the school supply lists for your grade level click here.
Tech Support
Fairview Park City Schools is proud to offer a one-to-one device initiative. Students in grades 6-12 receive a Macbook to use both at school and at home to continue the learning process.

For device help or technology questions please email support@fairview.k12.oh.us
Heinen's Teaming Up for Education Program
Lewis F. Mayer MS and Fairview HS have teamed up with Heinen’s education program. When checking out simply mention either school to help us earn rewards for educational services.

The Fairview Pride Gay Straight Alliance community is going to meet on Thursdays from 10:00 AM until 10:30 (or so.) If you would like to join this community, please email Mr. Bruening at abruening@fairview.k12.oh.us
2020 Levy Information
To keep our schools strong and moving forward, the Fairview Park City Schools Board of Education voted to place a new, continuing operating levy on the ballot this November. 

Community Presentations
Hosted by Fairview Park City Schools Superintendent Dr. Bill Wagner and Treasurer Kim Sperling

September 30, 7 p.m.
October 14, 7 p.m.

Live stream link will be available on the Fairview Park City Schools homepage, www.FairviewParkSchools.org.

Tour the recently-renovated Fairview High School and Lewis F. Mayer Middle School and check out the amazing transformations completed in the building thanks to the community's support in 2016. Small groups will be guided through the building by staff members. Tours will depart from the front lobby every 15 minutes. Please wear a mask.
Family and Community Engagement (FACE)
Hello Fairview Park Families - 

In these ever-changing times, I wanted to let you know of some support groups/events coming up for our parents:

3) MS/HS Parent Zoom - October 7 and 14th - 3:30- 6 p.m. - want to understand how to check your child's progress, understand our tools like Summit, Google Classroom, etc....sign up for an individual appointment with a teacher who will walk you through everything you want to know. Link coming soon.

I recently read this great article from Prepared Parents website (https://preparedparents.org/). I wanted to pass on two quick thoughts:

Routines: When kids have predictable daily routines, they feel less stressed
During times of uncertainty, regular rituals and routines can be stabilizing. Our brains are “prediction machines that like order, and when our environments are orderly, the brain is calmer.” says Cantor. When kids have predictable daily routines, they feel less stressed and more secure. Routines help families bond and provide kids with a sense of belonging.

In addition, rituals and routines:

✅ Establish expectations
✅ Create a calmer household
✅ Nurture confidence and independence
✅ Help to organize daily life

Daily routines like Check-in/Check-out pull the family together as you begin and end your day. It’s an opportunity to take your emotional temperature and support each other. Start the day with a Check-In to assess where everyone is emotionally. Take turns naming 3 adjectives that describe your feelings. And then take the time for each person to spend a minute or two explaining why they chose these. It can be hard to name emotions, especially for little kids. Ask them to make a face that mimics how they’re feeling or point to a picture that expresses their mood.

After everyone has shared for a minute or two, invite each person to say what they noticed using these sentence starters:

🤔 I noticed…
🤔 I wonder…
🤔 I feel…

This is an opportunity for everyone in the family to be a reflector/mirror and point out things the individual may not see in themselves. Wrap up the Check-In by indicating you’re ready for the day by saying, “I’m in.”  

End the day with a Check-Out. Each family member should start this process answering the question, “what’s one take away from today?” Then find something to be grateful for, and share this gratitude. The Check-Out concludes when you each say, “I’m out.”

Check-In/Check-Out can become a daily routine that builds important habits like reflection, self-awareness, empathy, and a secure attachment or bond. The more we give, the more we get, and this is a gift we can give each other.

Relationships: Deepen your relationship with your child
Maximize short bursts of time together to deepen your relationship with your kid. It only takes five to 20 minutes for a kid to feel loved and secure. They thrive on short bursts of consistent, undivided attention and since they have short attention spans, this brief time together is really satisfying.

You’re showing your kid they matter. Mattering is the belief that we make a difference in the world around us. It’s measured by responses to these questions:
  • How important am I to others?
  • How interested are others in what I have to say?
  • How much do other people depend on me?

Use this framework to create a strong, secure attachment with your child.

Helping your child feel a sense of belonging
Kids worry about finding their niche, fitting in, and ultimately belonging, especially when they’re making transitions like starting a new school year or joining a new school. It also happens when kids feel different or like an outsider due to race, ethnicity, language or even physical disability. That can trigger stress, worry, and anxiety.

The sense of belonging is so critical to our kids’ success that it is one of the 16 most powerful habits kids should develop to enable them to be successful at both academic and non-academic pursuits. It’s crucial as our kids prepare to take on life’s challenges. Their environment, culture, community, and day-to-day interactions with others all impact the sense of belonging.

Nurture belongingness at home by focusing some time and attention on these steps.

This is just one of the tips included in the Prepared Parents Back-to-School Guide. There’s lots more to help you navigate re-opening, whatever it looks like.

Have a great week!

Carrie Sullivan   
FACE Coordinator 

Fundraisers: Friends of the Fairview Park City Schools
FFPCS Sauced Fundraiser

The Friends of Fairview Park City Schools is partnering with Sauced Wood Fired Pizza to bring you make at home dinner kits. Included in your pizza kit are: 2 pizza doughs, sauce, cheese, pepperoni, 4 chocolate chip cookies, and flour to roll out your dough. This is a great go to dinner option that can be frozen for later use. Orders are due by October 1st. Pick up will be October 9th from 3-7 pm at 21820 Robinhood Ave. at Angie Cause's house. Pull up an we will run your order out to you with all Covid precautions considered. For questions email Angie @ angiekleincause@yahoo.com. Kits are $25 each. Place your order here.
School Counseling
Ms. Jennifer Parente
High School Student Counselor (10-12th grade)
440-356-3500 ext. 4103

Digital Request Form for students wanting to see Ms. Parente
Mrs. Mary Cory
Middle School Student Counselor (6-9th grade)
440-356-3510 ext. 3135

Digital Request Form for students wanting to see Mrs. Cory

Follow the counseling office on Twitter: @FviewCounselors
Click HERE to sign up for our Counseling Newsletter!
Mr. Joe Dianetti
Athletic Director
440-356-3500 ext. 4157

For all updates in regards to athletics, please refer to the district athletic page here and follow us on social media @FPWarriorSports
Mr. Chris Vicha
Campus Principal
440-356-3500 ext. 4100
Mr. Chris Honeck
Associate Principal
440-356-3500 ext. 4101