• Congratulations to Marissa! Defiance County Spelling Bee winner!!
  • Samantha at the Defiance County Spelling Bee!
  • 5th Grade students participated in the Spelling Bee on January 13th.
  • The 1st grade students had a visit from the Defiance County Sheriff's Department to discuss laws.
  • Moms and Sons played human Hungry Hippos at the Jammin Fun Night.
  • Students enjoyed an evening of fun with their moms' at the Mother/Son Jammin Fun Night.
  • Win vs. Tinora!
  • Win vs. Tinora!
  • Win vs. Tinora!
  • Win vs. Tinora!
  • Win vs. Tinora!
  • Middle School Music Concert
  • Middle School Music Concert
  • Middle School Music Concert
  • Middle School Music Concert
  • Middle School Spelling Bee Winner, Marissa and Runnerup, Samantha! The County Spelling Bee is Jan. 26th at 7pm in the Ayersville auditorium.
  • Students in grades K-5 participated in our 1st Annual Carter Exploration Week from Dec. 14th - Dec. 18th. Mrs. Metzner visited each classroom to discuss Career Exploration providing a different lesson for each grade level. Students also participated in Career Speaker Day where we had 8 speakers from near and far speak to our students about their journey in discovering and achieving their dream!!
  • Mrs. Ford's and Miss Beek's classes create a snowflake treat with their book buddies.
  • Mrs. Ford's and Miss Beek's classes create a snowflake treat with their book buddies.
  • Students in grades 9-12 participated in the Real Money. Real World Simulation on Dec. 15. It is a financial literacy program for youth from the Ohio State University Extension. It includes an interactive spending simulation that provides the opportunity to make lifestyle and budget choices similar to those made by 27-year-old adults. Thank you to all the volunteers that donated their time to make this a successful event for our students.
  • Students in grades 9-12 participated in the Real Money. Real World Simulation on Dec. 15. It is a financial literacy program for youth from the Ohio State University Extension. It includes an interactive spending simulation that provides the opportunity to make lifestyle and budget choices similar to those made by 27-year-old adults. Thank you to all the volunteers that donated their time to make this a successful event for our students.
  • Students in grades 9-12 participated in the Real Money. Real World Simulation on Dec. 15. It is a financial literacy program for youth from the Ohio State University Extension. It includes an interactive spending simulation that provides the opportunity to make lifestyle and budget choices similar to those made by 27-year-old adults. Thank you to all the volunteers that donated their time to make this a successful event for our students.
  • Students in grades 9-12 participated in the Real Money. Real World Simulation on Dec. 15. It is a financial literacy program for youth from the Ohio State University Extension. It includes an interactive spending simulation that provides the opportunity to make lifestyle and budget choices similar to those made by 27-year-old adults. Thank you to all the volunteers that donated their time to make this a successful event for our students.
  • Physics students with the boats they created at the UT High School Engineering Competition
  • Physics students with the boats they created at the UT High School Engineering Competition

Latest News

Rendering of Proposed Building Project

Below is a picture of the proposed building project. You can click the picture below to open the full sized view. For more information on the proposed building project, please contact our district Superintendent or Treasurer. 
 
 
 

Fairview Elementary School Online Book Fair (Starts: February 8th 2016)

Please support our Elementary school by shopping at our Online Book Fair. Online shopping will be available starting Monday, February 8th 2016 through Tuesday, February 19th, 2016.

 

Bob Alvarez Run For Your Health Prediction 5K, One Mile Ticker Trot & 800 Meter Kids Run (Saturday, April 2nd 2016)

The Bob Alvarez Run For Your Health Prediction 5K, One Mile Ticker Trot & 800 Meter Kids Run will be held on Saturday, April 2nd.  It will be held at Fairview Elementary.  All profits from the race benefit the Fairview Elementary Running Club and the D.A.R.E. program.  For more race information or information on how to be a sponsor, please see the entry form.

 

Yearbook Sales

Yearbooks are now available to be purchased via the online store. If you have any questions, then please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Instructions
Visit the online store here
First, search our school, Fairview.
Second, select Sherwood
Then, follow instructions based upon your selection

 

Movie: Somewhere Around Eternity

This film was produced as an educational aid and is free to all educators who want to show students the harmful side effects of sexting. The film "Somewhere Around Eternity" was created by Fairview English teacher Eric Drummelsmith and stars Fairview High School students, staff members, and parents. It was filmed at Fairview High School and at several places in Sherwood, Ohio and other surrounding area locations in Northwest Ohio.

 

Submit Photos for 2015-2016 Yearbook

You can now submit photos for consideration into the 2015-2016 yearbook. To do so please visit our Community Upload Site. Please send the names of the student's pictured in your uploads, thank you!

 

MealsPlus Online Payment Center Now Available

Dealing with your children’s school money just got a lot easier! You can now go online and add money to their accounts for meals and even see what they are buying in the cafeteria.
 
For more information please see the Online Payments page on our website under Parents > Online Payments for Lunch/Breakfast. Or click the link HERE.
 

Fairview Schools Fund


The Fairview Schools Fund was established in 2013 by community members. The purpose of the Fund is to further enhance the quality of education of the Central Local Schools. Please click on the following link HERE to learn more about how you can contribute to this fund.
 

2013-2014 District Report Card Information

  • Indicators Met: Achieved 24 out of 24 indicators = A Rating
  • Performance Index: 104.8 out of 120 = B Rating
  • Gap Closing: = B Rating (subgroup performance compared to all) 
  • Overall Progress: = A Rating (value added) 
  • Four Year Graduation Rate: 97.8% = A Rating
  • Highest in Defiance County in Progress, in the areas of Gifted Students and in the area of Lowest 20% Students.
  • Tied for Highest in Defiance County in Overall Progress and in the area of Students with Disabilities
  • Tied for Highest in Defiance County in Gap Closing

 

Mission Statement

Central Local Schools, in partnership with the community, will provide an appropriate environment for each student to realize his/her fullest potential as a life-long learner in a global society.

Vision

To Build on our tradition of Excellence together, through Exceptional Academic Opportunities, Staff, and Facilities.

Governing Belief Statements

  • Students are our focus.
  • The Board and Administration will work as a team with honesty and integrity.
  • We will employ a staff that is both dedicated and an inspiration to our students.
  • High expectations are prerequisite to high achievement.
  • Success of our district as a whole is the ultimate reflection of the community in which we serve.
  • The expectation is that we are a customer relations organization and responsive to all our stakeholders.
  • We will operate efficiently and effectively to remain accountable to our taxpayers.
  • Even as a successful organization we believe there is always room for improvement.
  • The Board of Education will establish and continually monitor goals and strategies.

Location

The Central Local School District has three schools, Fairview High School, Fairview Middle School, and Fairview Elementary School. The district is located in Defiance County in NW Ohio, 8 miles south of Bryan and about 12 miles west of Defiance.

Contact Us

Superintendent: (419) 658-2808
High School: (419) 658-2378
Middle School: (419) 658-2331
Elementary School: (419) 658-2511