Welcome to Fairfield School District!
Fairfield "a small community with a big heart!"
Fairfield High School US News Best High Schools Ranking!
Fairfield Elementary awarded the National Blue Ribbon School honor!
College Students!Keep an eye on the Scholarship Applications folder under Explore/documents. There are renewal applications for scholarships. We will add as we get them.
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Wed, JUNE 2nd: 11am - 2pm
Teton County Health providing a FREE Pfizer Vaccination Clinic at the Fairfield School Gym for any individuals age 12 and older who would like to get vaccinated.
The school will provide free BBQ lunch for anyone coming in for a vaccine that day!
County Health has also attached a very educational document and additional links for information about the benefits, safety, and effectiveness of the Pfizer vaccine for students.
Is this safe for my child? How do I know?
How long will the protection last?
Will this prevent my child/myself from being quarantined?
This vaccine opportunity is certainly optional, and we encourage you to consider what is best for you.
Minors will need parental/guardian consent.
Friday, May 7, 2021
No school for students.
On Saturday, May 1st, 2021 the Fairfield School District was notified by the Teton County Health Department that a student had tested positive for the Covid-19 virus. We have since been notified of an additional student who may also be covid positive.
All students who were in close contact during the period of possible exposure have been notified and quarantined as a precautionary measure by Teton County Health and the Fairfield School District. The covid protocols and protective measures we continue to have in place have isolated this exposure and at this time we will remain in school.
This is a limited exposure, but the close contact list has put a number of high school students in temporary quarantine. This notification is to provide full transparency and communication for the safety of our students, staff and community members.
In partnership with Teton County Health Department, we will continue to provide a safe learning environment for all of our students. The limited school area accessed prior to isolation has been cleansed and sanitized.
We continue to encourage all parents/guardians and staff to monitor students closely for any signs of potential illness. Students should remain at home if they are exhibiting any of the symptoms of Covid-19 including fever, headache, new or persistent cough, loss of taste or smell, fatigue and/or stomach issues.
We would like to take this time to stress the importance of utilizing preventative measures such as, handwashing, social distancing and face coverings. Any success in preventing another outbreak depends on us. In order to keep our students and staff in school and safe it will take all of us to do our part in preventing the spread of the virus.
School officials will continue to monitor the situation and will provide further information if and when it becomes available.