Fairfield Center School

  • Mission Statement: To all individuals, the Fairfield  School Community will provide a safe environment and the opportunities to develop the skills necessary to become independent thinkers, lifelong learners, and responsible citizens.                                                      Congratulations to Fairfield Center School for being recognized as a VT PBIS Exemplar School for the 2014-2015 school year!        
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    • February 5th, 2016 - The streamlining savings would come from a variety of places

      The streamlining savings would come from a variety of places. One major example would be in business operations. Currently, the FCSU business office must create five separate and duplicate budgets, have five separate audits and provide regular financial reports to five separate school boards. That takes an enormous amount of staff time. In a merged district, it would be reduced to one budget, one audit and reports to just one board.

      There are many other opportunities such as shared administrative staff, […]

    • February 4th, 2016 - If the Articles of Agreement to merge is approved

      If the Articles of Agreement to merge is approved by the voters in all three towns (St. Albans Town, St. Albans City and Fairfield), taxpayers will get tax incentives over five years of 10 cents, 8 cents, 6 cents, 4 cents and 2 cents in each of the participating towns. No one can determine what the tax impact will be until budgets are passed, but it will be that much less than it will be without the incentives. Visit the […]

    • February 3rd, 2016 - The educational advantages to a unification

      The educational advantages to a unification are many. First and foremost, a unified school district would help ensure that all students in the district receive an equitable, quality education regardless of town of residence. It would help ensure that each student entering BFA would arrive equally prepared having received the same excellent opportunities.

      Unification would create a single school district and elected board responsible for all grades, pre-K through twelve. The unified school board would assume all of the responsibilities of […]

    • February 2nd, 2016 - Opportunity for districts and supervisory unions to unify

      Act 46 of 2015 is an opportunity for districts and supervisory unions to unify existing disparate governance structures into sustainable systems of education delivery that are designed to meet identified State goals, while recognizing and reflecting local priorities. There is no mandate to close or merge schools, but to unify the governance – for this region that means going from five school boards to one.  Residents of St. Albans Town, St. Albans City and Fairfield will vote to unify on Town […]

    • February 1st, 2016 - FCSU ACT 46 Study Committee

      The Franklin Central Supervisory Union ACT 46 Study Committee, made up of members from Fairfield, St. Albans City and St. Albans Town will put forth their report and articles of agreement to the voters at Town Meeting Day. The full report, articles and other information can be found at the website:https://sites.google.com/a/fcsuvt.org/act46/home. If you have questions not answered there feel free to email them to act46@fcsuvt.org.

    • January 6th, 2016 - Franklin Central Supervisory Union Act 46 Study Committee Completes its work

      In a five to four vote at Monday night’s FCSU Act 46 Study Committee meeting, after vigorous discussion, the committee voted not to send the Articles of Agreement and Report for accelerated merger the State Board of Education for approval, nor to the voters. This final vote completed the committee charge. The committee then dissolved upon adjournment.

    • December 17th, 2015 - Act 46

      *What is Franklin Central – a* *school district, union district, or supervisory union and what are the differences?* We are all three. Each town has an elementary school, and each of those is a “school district” with its own school board. St. Albans City and St. Albans Town are also members of Union District No. 48 (USHD-48) which consists of Bellows Free Academy/Northwest Technical Center, and also has its own school board with proportional representation from St. Albans City […]

    • December 14th, 2015 - Act 46 Meeting Tonight!

      Did you know… The next forum will be held today, December 14, 2015, 6:00 P.M. at Fairfield School Gymnasium? TThese forums are open to all three communities. This is an opportunity to hear about the FCSU Act 46 Study Committee’s work and provide input. Please join us so that all three communities can interact and discuss this plan. http://fcsuvt.org/download/act46.htm. If you have questions not answered there feel free to email them to act46@fcsuvt.org. -30-

    • December 14th, 2015 - Principal School Board Reports

      August 2015 Principal Report
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      Attachment C- August 2015 Principal Report.pdf

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    • December 7th, 2015 - Principal’s Newsletter December 2015

      November 30th Updates
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      November 30th Updates.pdf

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      Date:December 7, 2015

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