Lewis F. Mayer Middle School and Fairview High School
News & updates for the week of May 11, 2020 *  Learning-at-Home Edition
The end of the school year is fast approaching! 

If your student has any outstanding fees, the fees need to be paid by Monday, June 1st.  To see if there is a balance, check your students fees via the parent/student portals on PowerSchool.  If there is a balance, please submit a check/money order (NO CASH) payable to: 

The Fairview Park Board of Education and mail to 

The Fairview Park Board of Education
21620 Mastick Road
Attention: Treasurer's Office
Fairview Park, OH  44126.  

You can also pay online through PayForIt

If there is a problem or concern, contact us immediately (440.356.3500, ext. 4149).  

**Mrs. Tieri can also accept payments over the phone.  Please send her an email letting her know that you would like to pay over the phone and she will call you for payment information.  atieri@fairview.k12.oh.us

Mental Health Awareness Spirit Week
(May 11-15)
Tweet your spirit day photos to @FPSchools !

Monday - Mellow Monday: Wear your PJs to relieve stress and lower your cortisol (stress hormone) levels. 

Tuesday - Twin Tuesday: Team up against stress! Dress like a friend because you aren't  alone.

Wednesday - Wear Green Wednesday: Wear green for mental health awareness. Green represents the green light to reach out for help when needed.

Thursday - Tie Dye Thursday: Colors can represent a wide range of emotions. It's okay to express them all!

Friday - Warrior Family Friday: Wear your spirit gear to show your support of our Warrior family!

Good Luck, AP Students!
FHS - The AP Bunch
FHS - The AP Bunch
Family and Community Engagement
Hello Fairview Park Families!

I hope that everyone is healthy and happy!

With all of the challenges posed by the current pandemic, promoting the social and emotional well-being of our students has never been more important. Each week, I am going to enclose in my newsletter a social emotional skill to promote and practice with your child at all grade levels. (Click the link below for a K-12 lesson).

This week's skill is focusing on Optimistic Thinking!

We have had some zoom meetings with parents K-12.  It has been a great way for me and other district staff to hear how it is going at home with everyone.  We understand it is not easy, but feel that all our parents are truly inspirational on their effort. Parents, please remember, your job is to create a routine for learning and allowing your child to "not know." Remember, "not knowing" is a sign of readiness and excitement of learning. Have your child reach out to their teacher for feedback and questions. (Interested in participating in a parent to parent zoom meeting - email me).

May is Mental Health Awareness Month.  We will be putting out all kinds of information and tools for students, parents and staff.  Now more than ever, we want to make sure that everyone has the tools they need to stay positive and emotionally fit.  Be well. 

Carrie Sullivan    
FACE Coordinator 
(Family and Community Engagement)  
NEW PHONE while at home - 440-754-3399 ext 118       

Warriors of the Week 
6th grade ~ Kailyn C.
Kailyn C. is our 6th Grade Warrior of the Week!  Kailyn  has been rockin' remote learning! Not only that, but she has been a rockstar all year. Kailyn puts forth great effort into her assigned work and even asks to take on the challenge in some of her assignments. She is always willing to go the extra mile no matter how much work it takes. Keep up the good work Kailyn!

7th grade ~ Ernie E.
Ernie E. is our 7th Grade Warrior of the Week. During this unprecedented time of learning Ernie has taken his academics very seriously! He is always so polite and friendly in class, as well as a friend to all he meets! Ernie has been actively engaged and has been keeping up while working at home. As one can see he is a diligent student who has been doing a nice job of keeping up in math and takes pride in his work. Ernie has been staying up to date with his social studies work. Mr. Bode was impressed with the thoughtful and thorough work he put in for the Middle Ages final product. Overall, Ernie is such a pleasure to have in class and we are very proud of him! Looking forward to seeing Ernie finish the 4th quarter strong! Way to go Ernie!

8th grade ~ Hailey J.
Hailey J. is our 8th Grade Warrior of the Week! Hailey is a positive student who is doing a fantastic job keeping up in all her classes during these crazy times. Her hard work and creativity really shined in her recent social studies project, and she did a great job showing her personal values on her This I Believe collage. We miss seeing this bright spark each day!

9th grade ~ Angelise T.
Angelise T. is our 9th Grade Warrior of the Week!!  Angelise has been working so hard lately in all of her classes. She attends google meets regularly to review material and ask questions. Keep up the great work!!!

10th grade ~ Madison H.
Madison H. is our 10th Grade Warrior of the Week!  Madison has been a remote learning rockstar!
While working remotely Madison has become more of an independent student.
Communicates with her Teachers when she has questions and accepts feedback from teachers,  corrects mistakes to resubmit and improves her grade! Madison has also been proactive in getting her work completed, she is a self starter and is motivated!  Way to go Madison!  Keep up the great work!

11th grade ~Colin M.
Colin M. is our 11th Grade Warrior of the Week!  Colin has not let the change to remote learning affect the high quality of work he does for class each and every day! We miss seeing you in class! Keep up the great work Colin!  
12th grade ~ Mais A.
Mais A. is our 12th Grade Warrior of the Week!  I t has been a real pleasure getting to know Mais this year. She transferred to Fairview from overseas at the beginning of the year but that hasn't stopped her from finding her place here in Fairview.   
This young lady has a smile on her face and kind words during each of our weekly Google Meets.  She is willing to go above and beyond to ensure she completes each task to the best of her ability.  Keep up the good work Mais! 

Share a #FairviewStrong Shout-Out! 
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Student Counseling 

Ms. Jennifer Parente
High School Student Counselor (9-12 A-K)
440-356-3500 ext. 4103

Mrs. Nora Walsh
High School Student Counselor (9-12 L-Z)
440-356-3500 ext. 4102

Mrs. Mary Cory
Middle School Student Counselor
440-356-3510 ext. 3135

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


Mr. Chris Vicha
Campus Principal
440-356-3500 ext. 4100

Mr. Chris Honeck
Associate Principal
440-356-3500 ext. 4101