Week of October 5, 2020
Important Dates

Kindergarten Begins Hybrid Mode 
DAP Begins Four Days a Week

Stollar Fundraiser Ends

Trunk or Treat 

Stollar Fundraiser Pick Up

A Note from Ms. Moran
We are so excited to be welcoming back our kindergarten students to the EEC. They will be the first students to use the newly renovated kindergarten rooms. Although this has been a very unique year I know our teachers and students have already been working hard during the remote start. Being able to see our friends in person will be very exciting. Please remember to send your kindergartener with a refillable water bottle and mask or face covering that covers the nose, mouth and chin. Make sure you're ready and at the bus stop on time. We will have several new programs starting on Monday so if you are using the carline please be patient. Kindergarten students will not be able to enter the building until 8:20 so please plan to arrive for the carline between 8:20-8:30.  

We look forward to seeing all of you on Monday morning!  
Stollar Pastry Fundraiser

Yummy pastries and cookie dough. . . just in time to order goodies for the upcoming holidays! All items are freezable so make sure to stock up! You don’t want to miss out on ordering these convenient and delicious treats! Paper order forms went home with all DAP and daycare students. They will be sent home with kindergarten students this week! This fundraiser has been extended until October 12th. Pickup will be on Wednesday, October 28th at Parkview. There will be a drive-up option this year so no need to even get out of your car. You can also order online and share with friends.
Car Line
On Monday, October 5th The Fairview Park City Schools will move into the Hybrid Mode for school. There will be increased car line traffic, We ask that you remain patient and drive cautiously. The pattern of the car line will likely loop around the back parking lot, please see the map for details. We ask that if you are not in the designated spots 1, 2, 3 that you do NOT get out of your car. We will be moving as quickly as possible, but want to ensure the safety of all students and staff. ALL STUDENTS WILL HAVE THEIR TEMPERATURE CHECKED BEFORE ENTERING THE BUILDING.
Drop off Questions for Daycare & DAP Students:
Has your child had any fever reducing medicine in the last 6 hours?
Is anyone at home feeling sick?
Is your child feeling sick?
Have you been exposed to anyone with COVID
As the seasons are changing we ask that you remember the guidelines when sending your child to school, If your child is experiencing any of the following symptoms we ask that you keep them home.

  • Fever (100°F or higher?)
  • Loss of Smell or Taste
  • Significant Cough 
  • Muscle Aches 
  • Sore Throat 
  • Shortness of Breath
  • Chills 
  • Headache
  • Nausea/vomiting, diarrhea

Please call the office to report an absence by 9:30 a.m. 440-356-3515.
Quick Links

Tech Support: support@fairview.k12.oh.us

If your child is having trouble logging into Seesaw, please refer to this document with step-by-step instructions to sign in. If you or your child continue to have trouble after following the instructions, please email support@fairview.k12.oh.us and our Tech Support team will assist you.
Please Join the PTA!

Would you like to become more involved at your child’s school? Would you like to meet other parents? Then join the Parkview PTA! It’s a great way to volunteer in fun activities at school and be a part of upcoming events taking place at Parkview! You can join online!
Box Tops

You can submit your Box Tops this year by downloading the Boxtops App and earn money for our school electronically. Once you download the app, you will be prompted to choose the school you will be submitting too. No more clipping – this is a much easier option!

Giant Eagle Apples for the Students Program 
Did you know Giant Eagle offers a “give-back” program to our school? And it’s SO easy to join! All you have to do is: 1. Register your Giant Eagle Advantage Card at www.GiantEagle.com/AFTS 2. Enter our School ID: 2154 3. Shop with your Giant Eagle Advantage Card and know that you are helping fund important programming and events for our children!
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.

October 14, 7 p.m.

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

Community Building Tours
October 5, 6, and 7 - 6-8 p.m.

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)
I love this community! I am lucky that I can see wonderful examples happening all over Fairview Park.

Our teachers making sure each child is getting the education they deserve! Our amazing parents are handling everything in their own houses as well as making sure their child has the tools needed to do their schooling! Our community - reaching out in so many ways - clothing, food, diapers, helping families in need with electric bills - and so many others! As we prepare for next week to begin our hybrid method - take the time to watch this recording of a webinar I attended last week - it is only 50 minutes....I felt like a million bucks when it finished!

CASEL CARES webinar, Permission To Feel for Adults. 
You can view the recording at https://youtu.be/sUhfLKzDEkA

We also invite you to explore the free resources Dr. Brackett and CASEL have put together to support your work: https://bit.ly/36adz9Q.

I hope your transition to hybrid goes smoothly next week! Remember to breathe!:)