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  • Mrs. Ford’s 2nd grade class performs the reader’s theater “Bob, the Goofy Reindeer” to Miss Hauer's 1st grade class

  • Mrs. Ford’s 2nd grade class performs the reader’s theater “Bob, the Goofy Reindeer” to Miss Hauer's 1st grade class

  • 7th grade science students used Tinkercad to create a Mars habitat and then replicated the design into a 3D model using materials from home

  • 7th grade science students used Tinkercad to create a Mars habitat and then replicated the design into a 3D model using materials from home

  • 7th Graders were making Mini Apple Pizzas in FCS class!

  • 7th Graders were making Mini Apple Pizzas in FCS class!

  • 7th Graders were making Mini Apple Pizzas in FCS class!

  • 7th Graders were making Mini Apple Pizzas in FCS class!

  • 7th Graders were making Mini Apple Pizzas in FCS class!

  • Middle School students enjoying Chess during activity period

  • Sixth-grade students attended the Defiance County Soil and Water field trip at Auglaize Village

  • 6th grade field trip to Auglaize Village

  • Auglaize Village

  • The Middle School students collected over 1300 items for Central Shares. Miss Laura Renollet's homeroom brought in 603 items! Way to

  • Students working in R Factor Teams

  • Students working in R Factor Teams

  • Mrs. Tonneas's class counting coins for crazy coin day with student teacher Mrs. Reinhart.

  • The Young 5's Black Class read Cool Dog School Dog with Ralph

  • Happy Halloween!

  • Volleyball sectional championship, win over Paulding on Saturday

  • FCCLA decorates pumpkins for a Nursing Home!

  • FCCLA decorates pumpkins for a Nursing Home!

  • FCCLA decorates pumpkins for a Nursing Home!

  • FCCLA decorates pumpkins for a Nursing Home!

  • FCCLA decorates pumpkins for a Nursing Home!

  • Mrs. Ford’s 2nd grade class performs the reader’s theater “Bob, the Goofy Reindeer” to Miss Hauer's 1st grade class
  • Mrs. Ford’s 2nd grade class performs the reader’s theater “Bob, the Goofy Reindeer” to Miss Hauer's 1st grade class
  • 7th grade science students used Tinkercad to create a Mars habitat and then replicated the design into a 3D model using materials from home
  • 7th grade science students used Tinkercad to create a Mars habitat and then replicated the design into a 3D model using materials from home
  • 7th Graders were making Mini Apple Pizzas in FCS class!
  • 7th Graders were making Mini Apple Pizzas in FCS class!
  • 7th Graders were making Mini Apple Pizzas in FCS class!
  • 7th Graders were making Mini Apple Pizzas in FCS class!
  • 7th Graders were making Mini Apple Pizzas in FCS class!
  • Middle School students enjoying Chess during activity period
  • 6th grade students attended the Defiance County Soil and Water field trip at Auglaize Village
  • 6th grade field trip to Auglaize Village
  • 6th grade field trip to Auglaize Village
  • The Middle School students collected over 1300 items for Central Shares. Miss Laura Renollet's homeroom brought in 603 items! Way to "Step Up" to help the community!
  • Students working in R Factor Teams
  • Students working in R Factor Teams
  • Mrs. Tonneas's class counting coins for crazy coin day with student teacher Mrs. Reinhart
  • The Young 5's Black Class read Cool Dog School Dog with Ralph
  • Happy Halloween!
  • Volleyball sectional championship, win over Paulding
  • FCCLA decorates pumpkins for a Nursing Home!
  • FCCLA decorates pumpkins for a Nursing Home!
  • FCCLA decorates pumpkins for a Nursing Home!
  • FCCLA decorates pumpkins for a Nursing Home!
  • FCCLA decorates pumpkins for a Nursing Home!

  • Delay School is operating under a Two-Hour Delay today (Monday, December 11, 2017).

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Latest News

College Credit Plus (CCP) Informational Meeting (January 29th, 2018)

College Credit Plus (CCP) is an academic enrichment program available to students in grades 7-12. Registration for this program must occur during the school year prior to that of participation. Students must meet certain qualification standards set forth by the institution at which they wish to matriculate. An informational meeting about CCP for students and parents will be held at Defiance College on Monday, January 29th, 2018 at 6:00 pm in the Schomburg Auditorium in Dana Hall. Attending an informational meeting is a mandatory part of the CCP sign up process, so please plan to attend. (Please note that no other “after school hours” session will be available.) The sign up process for CCP is an annual process that all participants must complete. Current or prior participation in CCP does not exempt a student from this requirement. At this meeting all necessary paperwork and instructions will be disseminated. If your child is considering CCP (taking college classes) as an educational option for next school year, then you and your student should please plan to attend.
 

Boy's Basketball Fundraiser (Closes: Sunday, December 10th)

The Boys Basketball Program is currently doing a fundraiser. $2.00 from each item goes back to the group. You can view the items for sale here, thank you for your support!
 

Red Cross Blood Drive (Wednesday, December 13th)

Christmas is right around the corner and what better (FREE) gift to give than the gift of life! The next Red Cross Blood Drive will be here on Wednesday, December 13th from 9am-2pm in the middle school gym. Anyone ages 16 (with parental permission) and up, in good health, & weighing at least 110 pounds is eligible to donate. Walk ins are welcome, you can sign up for an appointment in the high school office, or schedule one online by clicking here. For a quicker donation experience try Rapid Pass. Click here for more information.
 

Sealed Bid Auction

School desks, 6” Powermatic jointer, wood cabinets, wood doors, scoreboards, folding tables, metal folding chairs, gym Lights, Sewing Machines Etc…….
 
Bids may be turned into the high school office starting November 13th - December 7th.  All bids need to be turned in no later than Thursday, December 7th, 2017 by 1:00 pm.  Items will be available for viewing on site in the northeast polebarn at the back of the high school during the workweek 8:00am - 12:00 pm and 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm.      
 
 

Yearbooks Now Available

Yearbooks are now available until December 22. If you would like to order a yearbook online, then please use the link here.
 

Apache Pride Committee Athletic & Alumni Archive Web Service Now Online

The Apache Pride Committee has graciously donated a touchscreen TV for display in the High School hallway. The TV displays athletic teams, athletes, wall of fame, as well as all the Fairview Yearbooks. The service can also be accessed via our website by navigating to District > "Alumni Archive" and Athletics > Athletics Website > More > Touchpros to view what is displayed on the TV. Athletes and alumni will continue to be added.
 

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.
 

Final Forms Online School Forms

We are very excited to announce that the Central Local Schools has partnered with FinalForms, an online forms and data management service. FinalForms allows you to complete and sign all school required forms for your students. The most exciting news is that FinalForms saves data from year-to-year meaning that you will never need to enter the same information twice! FinalForms also pre-populates information wherever possible for each of your students, saving you time. You will be reviewing your information once per school year to verify information is current and sign the forms.
 

Click on the Parent Playbook to get started in FinalForms. If you require any support during the process, scroll to the page bottom and click “Use Support”. We are asking that ALL parents use FinalForms. Please register by visiting centrallocal.org and click on FinalForms under Parents or by going to -- https://centrallocal-oh.finalforms.com -- complete ALL forms electronically. Thank you for your assistance in streamlining our paperwork processes at Central Local Schools!
 

Fairview Schools Fund

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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.
 

 

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.

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Contact Us

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