CHRISTMAS CONCERT - DECEMBER 12TH! CHECKOUT THE PRECURSOR! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4JunRelo7bM
When approaching this school this morning, please slow down. The intersection is extremely slick. Thank you.
PARENT/TEACHER CONFERENCES! TOMORROW, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7TH FROM 1:00-7:00! HOPE TO SEE YOU HERE!
The VB Girls won 3 to 1 and now face Cut Bank at 5:00! Good job and good luck!
Please be aware that busses might be just a bit behind due to road conditions. Thanks!
Alumni Scholarship Awardees...November 1st is the deadline for first semester monies. Thanks!
SCHOLARSHIPS! ALUMNI! If you are a scholarship recipient and have not requested your money please do so soon since the deadline is November 1st!
ATTENTION: GAME CHANGES HS VB Due to the weather the VB game vs Rocky Boy Thurs will now be played Friday! 3pm C start time (instead of 4pm). JH FB @ Conrad is Cancelled.
The buses will be running as normal! Could be a few minutes late since the highways are slick. East bound lane is slicker than the west bound lane. Drive careful and be safe.
Game Changes for Monday, October 2nd. Due to in-climate weather the HS JVFB game has been cancelled. The JH GBB game has also been cancelled. Practice for both will still be after school.
Dear neighbors!! If any of you have an old band instrument laying around collecting dust in your house, we would welcome the opportunity to give it a second chance at life. Our music department has a lot of students interested in band this year, and we are looking for solutions to help put an instrument in everyone's hands. If you'd like to donate or sell your instrument to the school, please contact Mr. Watson to discuss-- email@example.com or call 467-2528
INSTRUMENT SALE!!! Eckroth Music is setting-up a display of instruments for sale this Thursday 2pm-6pm in the band room. Other supplies will be available as well, including cleaning supplies and accessories (i.e. neck straps, reeds, etc). All band students and their families are encouraged to drop by and check it out.
WELCOME BACK TO SCHOOL STUDENTS!!! WE ARE LOOKING FORWARD TO HAVING A GREAT YEAR WITH MANY CHALLENGES AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS!!!
IT IS A 12:30 START FOR JR. HIGH TENNIS AT THE CMR COURTS.
High School Registration is tomorrow!!! SR'S 9:00, JR'S 10:30, SOPH'S 1:00, FROSH 2:30
NOTICE ON RECYCLING: Pacific Steel is no longer taking #1/#2 plastics as they have no buyer for them. That bin will be changed to tin (soup/tuna) cans instead. We are still taking plastic grocery bags (recycled at different grocery stores in town) and aluminum pop cans. Thank you! -FHS Recycling Club
Fall Soccer Sign Ups! (ages 4-14) Tuesday, Aug. 29th from 4-6 p.m. Fairfield School Cafeteria Contact Della Lonner 546-1637 OR Susan Murnane 590-2638 Tuesdays /Thursdays in Choteau 5:00-6:30 p.m.
The parent meeting for football will be in the multi purpose room on Tuesday, August 15th at 8:05 pm. Please plan to attend!
Sorry to report that the fire season has forced Mr. Watson to postpone the Band BBQ and Rendezvous to a date TBD after school starts.
Clothing Exchange!!! Come drop off your gently used clothing from 3-7 p.m. today (St. John's Parish Center)! Hope to see you there! Thank you for helping to make the clothing exchange a success! Mrs. Lonner!
COME ONE COME ALL! 7-12 Concert tonight at 7:00!!! Plus, on display, 100 art pieces! It promises to be an awesome, entertaining evening!! $5.00 for adults and $4.00 for students!!
Fairfield High School and the Saturday Schedule! Saturday May 6th 10:30am Kolbe, Ethan, and Katrina vocal solos 1:00 pm Mack/Andrew duet 1:00 pm Jared Smith percussion solo 2:15 pm Choralairs
The Fairfield Envirothon Team takes fourth in Lewistown! Team members: Emily Clotfelter, Levi Wipf, Berit Bedord, Levi Gibson, and Trace Gulick! Good job!
The Teton Tigers take on the Kryptons in a Special Olympic Basketball Game on Thursday, April 27th in Choteau! Tailgate begins at 5:30 and game at 7:00!
FAIRFIELD STUDENTS TO LEARN ONLINE SECURITY!!! Warren Bauder, Technology Officer for First Security Bank, will present different aspects of online security for our local students and staff. Warren will educate our kids on topics such as: identity theft, credit card fraud, phishing, and malware. He will give examples of the “red flags” to look for while online and on social media. He will also spend some time giving advice on some simple ways to protect yourself. He is planning on his presentation lasting approximately 45 minutes, but he will leave time for some questions at the end!
NEWS FROM THE BOOK FAIR!!! Hi Diane, Thank you for your efforts this spring in making your Scholastic Book Fair a success! Getting books into your students’ hands is so pivotal all year round – especially in spring as we head into summer. Keeping their home libraries filled during those summer months is key to your students advancing their reading skills for the following school year! Because of this, I wanted to paint a picture not of your fair’s success by dollars and cents, but by books and reading minutes. Based on your most recent book fair; your school community walked away with 836 books, which equates to 150,540 independent reading minutes. This success should be celebrated and shared with your families and staff! Thank you again for all of your hard work and I look forward to our future work together!
Fairfield Public Schools wishes you and yours a safe and wonderful Easter!!!
Good luck to the track team today! Awards day for our Skills USA students up in Havre!
The Fairfield High School students are competing in the Principals' Cup today!
Track team will be participating in Cut Bank on Saturday. Bus leaves at 6:30am. Bring a lunch for the ride home.
HSBB plays in Three Forks next Friday and Saturday. Game times TBA.
JHBB Final Four week begins next Tuesday. Playin games will be announced.
Fairfield is excited for Thrillshare training!