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  • Mrs. Panico’s class started the year off with a bang making elephant toothpaste
  • The Young 5's students are using flexible seating to complete their work. The Donors Choose project for additional wooden lap desks was fully funded last week. Thank you to our generous donors! Check out the Fairview Teachers on www.donorschoose.org.
  • The Young 5's students are using flexible seating to complete their work. The Donors Choose project for additional wooden lap desks was fully funded last week. Thank you to our generous donors! Check out the Fairview Teachers on www.donorschoose.org.
  • The Young 5's students are using flexible seating to complete their work. The Donors Choose project for additional wooden lap desks was fully funded last week. Thank you to our generous donors! Check out the Fairview Teachers on www.donorschoose.org.
  • The preschool students are enjoying the bikes for gross motor outdoor play. Miss Beek donated 2 gas pumps to encourage social and language development on the playground. Visit www.donorschoose.org, search Beek/Ohio to donate for additional bikes.
  • The preschool students are enjoying the bikes for gross motor outdoor play. Miss Beek donated 2 gas pumps to encourage social and language development on the playground. Visit www.donorschoose.org, search Beek/Ohio to donate for additional bikes.
  • The preschool students are enjoying the bikes for gross motor outdoor play. Miss Beek donated 2 gas pumps to encourage social and language development on the playground. Visit www.donorschoose.org, search Beek/Ohio to donate for additional bikes.
  • Mrs. Panico’s second graders learn how to use Chromebooks for the first time
  • Mrs. Panico’s second graders learn how to use Chromebooks for the first time
  • The Young 5's Light Table Donors Choose Project was fully funded just before school began. The students are enjoying using the small manipulatives on the lighted table to learn the letters in their name and to count. Thank you to our donors!
  • The Young 5's Light Table Donors Choose Project was fully funded just before school began. The students are enjoying using the small manipulatives on the lighted table to learn the letters in their name and to count. Thank you to our donors!
  • The Young 5's Light Table Donors Choose Project was fully funded just before school began. The students are enjoying using the small manipulatives on the lighted table to learn the letters in their name and to count. Thank you to our donors!
  • Ms. Froelich read the story The Kissing Hand to the Young 5's students. For their guidance lesson, the students discussed how they felt on the first day of school with Chester Raccoon.
  • Human growth and development students learn to identify fibers based on how they burn
  • Human growth and development students learn to identify fibers based on how they burn
  • 7th Grade FCS students learn how to weave
  • 7th Grade FCS students learn how to weave
  • 6th grade students testing their bridges built in STEAM
  • 6th grade students testing their bridges built in STEAM
  • 6th grade students testing their bridges built in STEAM
  • Building popsicle stick bridges in STEAM class
  • Building popsicle stick bridges in STEAM class
  • Building popsicle stick bridges in STEAM class
  • Human growth and development students learn how to remove stains
  • Human growth and development students learn how to remove stains
  • Human growth and development students learn how to remove stains
  • Exciting event at Fairview!
  • Physical science students, acting as engineers, make "Spaghetti Towers" to better understand the many constraints that scientists and engineers can face on a project
  • Physical science students, acting as engineers, make "Spaghetti Towers" to better understand the many constraints that scientists and engineers can face on a project
  • Physical science students, acting as engineers, make "Spaghetti Towers" to better understand the many constraints that scientists and engineers can face on a project
  • Anatomy & Physiology students perform dill pickle autopsies to review proper dissection technique
  • Anatomy & Physiology students perform dill pickle autopsies to review proper dissection technique
  • Anatomy & Physiology students perform dill pickle autopsies to review proper dissection technique
  • 6th grade S.T.E.A.M. students building their cars that will protect an egg during a crash
  • 6th grade S.T.E.A.M. students building their cars that will protect an egg during a crash
  • 6th grade S.T.E.A.M. students building their cars that will protect an egg during a crash
  • Flag Football in Bryan
  • Flag Football in Bryan
  • 8th Grade Volleyball
  • 8th Grade Volleyball
  • 8th Grade Volleyball
  • 8th grade students discovering their inner Jackson Pollock in art class!
  • 8th grade students discovering their inner Jackson Pollock in art class!
  • Biology students reviewing proper microscope techniques

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Fairview Football 50th Year Anniversary Fund Raiser (Store Closes: Sunday, September 29th)

For store merchandise please see the online store here. $4 from each item sold will go to the Athletic Boosters.

Fairview Football 50th Year Anniversary (Friday, October 11th)

Fairview Football 50th Year Anniversary (Friday, October 11th)
Friday, October 11th, all former players from this era that helped build this great tradition are invited back to the reservation to be recognized for their contribution to this milestone! A t-shirt order site is available here (Store Closes Sunday, September 29th). All welcome to wendling residence after game.
15400 Lockwood Rd
Sherwood, Ohio

For Questions Contact
Susie Zeedyk: 419-785-5818

Roadway Update: School Zone Times

We have had a few questions regarding the times for the 20mph school zone on U.S. 127 and Blosser road, so we wanted to post the times for everyone. The morning 20mph school zone times are from 7:25am to 8:05am and after school times are 2:45pm to 3:30pm. Have a nice day!

Parent Tutorials Getting Started with Central Local Technology

Parents, please see the parent technology tutorials page for walk throughs on how to get started with our different technology systems. This link can also be found under Parents > Technology Tutorials.

Fairview Music Boosters' Patron Page

Please support the Fairview Music Program and Music Boosters through the purchase of a Patron Page listing for your family. Your $10.00 contribution ensures your family names to be printed or displayed on the Music Boosters' Patron Page at each band, choir and elementary music performance for the 2019-2020 school year. Please see the attached flyer for more information.

Box Tops For Education Mobile App

Earn cash for our school! No more clipping, all you need is your smartphone. For more information please see the flyer here, thanks!

New K12PaymentCenter Mobile App

New K12PaymentCenter Mobile App
Central Local's online K12 MealsPlus Payment Center, K12PaymentCenter.com, just released a new Mobile App! It's everything you love about K12PaymentCenter.com right at your fingertips. Make meals payments and pay school fees on one platform with one easy, safe and secure transaction. Just search for "K12PaymentCenter" in the App store and look for the logo in the picture above.
  • View Student Account balances and track purchases
  • Add and Transfer money to and between accounts easily
  • Make one-time payments or set up recurring payments using your debit or credit card
  • NEW! Contact your district or view the district menu with one click
  • NEW! Set up push notifications for new fees and low balance alerts

New Website Calendar System

We have recently changed our public website calendar in an effort to streamline and simplify our calendar systems here at Central Local Schools. We now use Google Calendar exclusively throughout our district for scheduling our internal resources as well as our public non-athletic based website events. All of our athletic events are also now managed exclusively through our athletic website fairviewapaches.com which is managed by our Athletic Director Mr. Paul Yunker. These changes have helped us simplify our resource scheduling, improve our organization of district resources, and improve communication. If you have any questions, then please contact our Director of Technology Mr. Adam Singer (adam.singer@centrallocal.org). Have a great day!

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 here to learn more about how you can contribute to this fund.

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Mission Statement

Central Local School District, 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

Our students are academically prepared to be enrolled, enlisted, or employed; have opportunities to learn in a high-quality and safe environment; and feel valued and connected.

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.

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Fairview Elementary School
Phone: 419 658-2511   |   Fax: 419 658-2302
Address: 14060 Blosser Rd., Sherwood, Ohio 43556

Fairview Middle School
Phone: 419 658-2331   |   Fax: 419 658-4010
Address: 06289 U.S. Highway 127, Sherwood, Ohio 43556

Fairview High School
Phone: 419 658-2378   |   Fax: 419 658-4010
Address: 06289 U.S. Highway 127, Sherwood, Ohio 43556

Superintendent
Phone: 419 658-2808

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