Did you know… That the law states that the New Unified School Board must have proportional representation based on population? Using the 2010 census, this means that there must be four votes from St. Albans Town, four votes from St. Albans City and one vote from Fairfield. http://fcsuvt.org/download/act46.htm. If you have questions not answered there feel free to email them firstname.lastname@example.org. Jennifer Wood, Principal Fairfield Center School 57 Park Street Fairfield, VT 05455 (802) 827-6639 […]
Today is our Thanksgiving feast!
We are looking forward to a delicious meal prepared by the wonderful ladies in the kitchen. *Tomorrow is the last day of our food drive.* Please remember to bring in your class item if you can. We will hold our food pass along at 9AM, and our student government members will bring all of the items to the Community Center to help pack Thanksgiving Baskets for families in need this holiday.
Thank you for your support!
Poinsettia Orders are due Friday, November 20th. Your *potatoes* will arrive on Monday, November 23 for pick-up. Students sold 183 bags of local potatoes to support their end of year overnight trip!
Did you know… A unification will require a ballot vote in each town, probably on Town Meeting Day 2016. Before that happens, there will be public education and a public engagement effort by school board members and school officials in each of the towns; open to all. At the same time, the FCSU Study Committee, as called for under state statute, is working on Articles of Agreement for the district that will address many issues, such as dealing with each […]
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Principal's Newsletter April 30
Principal's Blog April 30.pdf
Dear Fairfield Parents and Caregivers,
March has flown by! We have been busy wrapping up the second trimester, writing report cards, hosting parent-teacher conferences, and planning ahead for next year. I hope that all parents have had the opportunity to participate in these meetings regarding their children’s learning this past month. Our partnership with parents is critical to our students’ success at school, and these conferences are an opportunity to celebrate your children’s growth and support them in their progress.
TO: Parents and Caregivers FROM: Rebecca Holcombe, Secretary of Education SUBJECT: Smarter Balanced Assessment: Another Measure of Learning DATE: March 17, 2015
Today, schools across Vermont will begin administering the Smarter Balanced Assessment, which is the new state test and which replaces the NECAPs. As your child takes these tests, I ask you to do her or him a few favors…(access full letter by clicking on post title)
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