Reminder: Class night for the graduating Class of 2024 will be Thursday, May 16 at 6:00 pm.
7 days ago, Paul Wilson
THE END OF THE YEAR IS QUICKLY APPROACHING. WE ARE ASKING ALL LUNCH ACCOUNTS ARE PAID IN FULL BY THE LAST DAY OF SCHOOL. THANK YOU
7 days ago, Elem/JH Secretary -Terria Arps
MONDAY, MAY 13 - KINDERGARTEN FIELD TRIP TUESDAY, MAY 14 - 1ST & 2ND GRADES FIELD TRIP WEDNESDAY, MAY 15 - 3RD GRADE FIELD TRIP THURSDAY, MAY 16 - 5TH GRADE FIELD TRIP MONDAY, MAY 20 - 6TH GRADE FIELD TRIP TUESDAY, MAY 21 - AR TRIP WEDNESDAY, MAY 22- 8TH GRADE PROMOTION - 6:00 PM THURSDAY, MAY 23 - LAST DAY OF SCHOOL- 12:OO PM RELEASE
8 days ago, Elem/JH Secretary -Terria Arps
POPS Concert Live Stream: https://www.youtube.com/@FairfieldSD21 You can view tonight's Spring Pops Concert Live or come back later for the recording. Enjoy the student performance!
10 days ago, Dustin Gordon
We have been monitoring wind and weather conditions through the night. Our buses will run normal routes, but there may be some slight delays. We are prepared for a safe day at school.
12 days ago, Paul Wilson
4/29-5/3 Monday 4/29 Girl Scouts 5:00-6:00 Cafeteria Tuesday 4/30 EK-7th Grade class pictures 9:45 (8th will be taken at graduation) Wednesday 5/1 Red Cross Blood Drive 9:00-2:00/ Freshman Orientation (8th Graders) 1:00-3:00 Thursday 5/2 Creeks and Critters (4th Graders) 8:30-3:00 in Choteau/ Kindergarten Field trip to Great Falls 8:30-2:30 Friday 5/3 NO SCHOOL-PIR DAY FOR STAFF
21 days ago, Elem/JH Secretary -Terria Arps
Due to Fairfield hosting JH Mass Band, there will not be Little Eagle volleyball that day.
about 1 month ago, Paul Wilson
Congratulations to Guerna Becker! Yesterday, she officially signed her letter of intent to do track and field for the NCAA Division III SUNY Cobleskill Fighting Tigers. We are all proud of Guerna's accomplishments so far and will be cheering her on from a distance in the future.
about 1 month ago, Paul Wilson
Guerna Becker Signing
Please find attached information regarding the vaccination clinic that the Teton County Health Department has scheduled to take place at our school on Wednesday, April 10. Additionally, I have posted flyers around the school to raise awareness about the event. It is crucial to note that after high school, many colleges and employers may require individuals to have some or all of these vaccinations and the appropriate records. Therefore, it is essential to determine what is required beforehand. This vaccination clinic offers a convenient and cost-effective way to fulfill these requirements ahead of time. I encourage you to take advantage of this opportunity and take the necessary steps to meet your vaccination requirements. Please let us know if you have any questions.
about 2 months ago, Paul Wilson
Seniors 2024
REMINDER THAT MISSOULA CHILDREN'S THEATRE TRY OUTS FOR K-8TH STUDENTS ARE TOMORROW, TUESDAY, APRIL 2ND AT 3:45 TO 5:45.
about 2 months ago, Elem/JH Secretary -Terria Arps
MCT
Parents and Students, Missoula Children’s Theatre week is upon us. We will be performing the play, Robin Hood this year. The week will begin with an audition session on Tuesday, April 2nd from 3:45pm-5:45pm. Please send a snack for your child for after school. After this session, the cast will be selected. Please know ahead of time that the show typically casts between 45-60 parts. This may mean that your child may not get a part depending on auditions. All parents need to come to the gym or have communication with their child after the auditions. This will either mean that parents need to be at the school by 6 or a phone conversation will happen. Some may continue to have practice and others may need to be picked up. If your child is not scheduled to practice, they need to be picked up even if they have a sibling at a different practice time. A participation fee will be $10 per participant (max $20/family). Scholarships are available. We look forward to another fun year hosting Missoula Children’s Theatre and a great week! Thanks, Mrs. Clark lclark@fairfield.k12.mt.us
about 2 months ago, Elem/JH Secretary -Terria Arps
MCT
Ms. Jenkins' Applied Science class is hard at work building guitars again this spring. Part of the assignment is for them to document and write about the process. The students wanted to publish some of their progress pictures and blog posts. I will be sharing them here from time to time as I receive them. The following is an excerpt from senior Myles Allen's blog post, "Week 6 This week I continued to sand the head stock of the guitar and shape it with 60 grit sandpaper which is a rougher grit. Once it was shaped and the deeper scratches removed from the wood I used a higher grit to make the sanding finer and worked all the way up to 220. I made sure to make the neck super smooth and I learned that it is much more efficient to use a lower grit to get out deep gouges than using a high grit. "
about 2 months ago, Paul Wilson
MA Guitar 1
MA Guitar 2
FAIRFIELD KINDERGARTEN SCREENING The Fairfield Public School will be holding a Kindergarten Screening on THURSDAY, APRIL 4 starting at 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM in the large gym. The screening is open to all children who will turn 5 before September 10th. Areas screened are vision, hearing, speech, fine motor, gross motor and concepts. Any parents having questions regarding the screening or to arrange an appointment please call Terria Arps at 467-2425.
about 2 months ago, Elem/JH Secretary -Terria Arps
A representative from Jostens will be at FHS on Wednesday, March 20 to give students the opportunity to purchase jackets and/or class rings.
2 months ago, Paul Wilson
Josten's orders
Fairfield Community and School Stakeholders, The Fairfield School is gathering input through a variety of brief surveys in an effort to promote community engagement and help set strategic goals as we move forward into the future. The school district values your input and we want our parents, staff, students and local businesses to help us make decisions that ensure we are providing a quality education in a safe and healthy environment. We sent the parent link through our school messaging system that should have come as a text message with a link to the applicable survey. If you did not receive a link and/or would like to provide input, please contact the school and we will make it available. Completed and Active Surveys Include: Parents Students: 5-8 & 9-12 Certified Staff Classified Staff School Board Business Partners This process is called an Community Needs Assessment (CNA) and is part of our Integrated Strategic Action Plan (ISAP). This will be an ongoing process and will ensure we are working on our weaknesses and building on our strengths. Respectfully Dustin Gordon, Superintendent and Fairfield School Board
2 months ago, Dustin Gordon
There are tables set up in the big gym lobby with various clothing items that have been left on the floor in both the boys' and girls' locker rooms over the course of the past several months. When there are items left on the floor, the custodial staff puts it in a big plastic trash can so that they can clean the floors. Sometimes students will get their things out of the trash cans, but most of the time they do not. When the trash cans get full, we bag up the items to make room for more. Every year, there are THOUSANDS of dollars worth of clothing items left lying around on the locker room floors that are never claimed. Feel free to stop by the school over the next few days if your child is missing something. Anything not claimed at the end of the day on Friday, March 15 will be donated to those in need.
2 months ago, Paul Wilson
We have been having issues with our phone service this afternoon (Tues.) and have been unable to make or receive any calls. We apologize for the inconvenience this may have caused. We have contacted 3 Rivers, and they are helping us come up with a solution as soon as they possibly can.
3 months ago, Paul Wilson
THANK YOU CLASS OF 1966, On behalf of the Fairfield School District and the students who have benefitted from former teacher Ms. Gertrude Weishaar, thank you for the donation to her memorial scholarship in the names of JoAnne Evans Weingart and Terrill Beck. The school and our recipient students appreciate your continued support of this memorial scholarship fund.
3 months ago, Dustin Gordon
POSITION OPENING The Fairfield School is accepting applications for Kitchen Help position. Wages are DOE The District is always looking for applications for the following positions: • Activity Trip Bus Drivers • Substitute: Teachers, Kitchen Staff, and Bus Drivers Applications can be found online at: www.fairfield.k12.mt.us under the "Employment" Tab. Or, you can contact the school office at 467-2528 during regular business hours. Denise Grant - Business Manager Dustin Gordon - Superintendent Fairfield is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Wages and Salaries are DOE
3 months ago, Dustin Gordon
We are still trying to assess the road conditions for bus routes tomorrow. I spoke to the Teton County road department. They are doing some plowing today and will be out early tomorrow to try to get as much of our routes done as possible. We plan to run as much of the routes as possible but may need to take alternate routes to get children picked up. If your road is not passable in the morning, please contact the driver to let them know. I will update everyone as soon as possible if anything changes overnight.
3 months ago, Paul Wilson