Trojan Golf Camp is to learn the basics about the game of golf. The basics include: learning rules, etiquette, short-game, fairway shots, tee-box strategies and the golf swing are all included. Having fun learning these golf essentials are at the top of the list. Each session, golfers will be working on different drills to increase on-course knowledge. Camp will end with a skills competition and a 1 day tourney.
WHO: Boys & Girls
DATES: June 24-28
WHERE: Fairfield Golf & Country Club (You do not have to be a member)
GRADES: 4-8th Grade (2019-20 School Year)
Checks made out to :
Head Boys Golf Coach
501 BelAire Drive
T-SHIRT SIZE (Youth or Adults)_________________________________________________________________
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The 2019 Annual FHS Student Art Show will be on display during the month of April at the main gallery in the Fairfield Arts and Convention Center. Over 175 pieces, from 13 different classes, will be on display. There will be a wide range on mediums to view, including; charcoal, acrylic, watercolor, oil, clay, pewter, ink, and pastels. An opening reception will be held from 6:00 – 8:00 pm Friday April 5th at the Fairfield Arts and Convention Center. This event is free and open to the public. Please come and see the outstanding works created by our FHS art students.
Fairfield Middle School’s
Student Art Show
At the Fairfield Arts and Convention Center
In the Fairfield Art Association Hallway Gallery
Opening Night Friday April 5th
6 to 8 pm
Will remain on display through the month of April
Don’t miss this fantastic display of student artwork featuring a variety of different art mediums! The 7th grade students at FMS created artworks using tempera paint, various drawing media, ceramic sculpture, collage and found object sculpture. Enjoy this fun and exciting array of creativity from our youth!
Artworks featured below from the following students; Evie Messer, Carley Seeley, Marcus Trent,
Dalton Lange, Rowan Terrell, Ethan Hsia, TJ Winland (top to bottom and left to right)
Washington Preschool has classes for 3 & 4 year olds. To be eligible for the 3 Yr Old Class your child must be 3 on or before September 15, 2019. To be eligible for the 4 Yr Old Class your child must be 4 on or before September 15, 2019. We have 2 preschool teachers for 4 preschool classes. The number of classes for each age group varies yearly, based on the current need. Our priority is getting 4 year olds in first to help them prepare for kindergarten.
We recommend calling several months in advance to get your child's name on our waiting list, classes fill up quickly. All paperwork can be picked up (or printed from the below links) and turned back into the A.C.T. Office at 403 South 20th Street in Fairfield. Office hours are from 7:30 am to 4:30 pm M-F. We will have extended hours on March 26th until 6:00 pm, March 27th until 7:00 pm and March 28th until 6:00 pm for Kindergarten Registration, we will also be able to assist you with preschool at these times.
Enrollment/Registration Forms to be Completed:
Printable Forms & Information Sheets:
Please contact Traci Waugh at the A.C.T. Office with questions. Ph: 641-472-6836 Fax: 641-472-0269 Email: email@example.com
Community Child Care Preschool
In Partnership with the Fairfield Community School District, Community Child Care is accepting applications for the 2019-2020 Preschool Year. Community Child Care has a qualified educator and associate that will hold two sets of classes. We also offer daycare services for those who would be in need both before and after classes with allotted children in each room.
Please remember, these slots will fill up quickly, if you are thinking of enrolling your student please stop in at 611 W. Jackson Ave. or call us at 641-472-9629, Monday through Friday 7:30 AM until 5:30 PM to speak with Colleen or Renee. Applications can be picked up at either the A.C.T. building, printed from the links above or at Community Childcare.
We are excited and look forward to serving the community of Fairfield with early childhood educational needs.
The Fairfield Community School District is accepting RFP's for District wide school photography. Please click the link to access the Bid process.
Families Intending to Enroll 2019-20 Kindergarten Students:
FCSD Kindergarten Registration will be held on Tuesday March 26th from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm, Wednesday March 27th from 8:00 am to 7:00 pm and Thursday March 28th from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm @ Fairfield ACT Building (403 South 20th Street, Fairfield, IA). The purpose of registration is for parents/guardians to complete and turn in necessary KG paperwork (enrollment not health documentation) before the annual round up.
Round up will be held at Washington Elementary School Friday April 26th from 9:00 to 11:00 am for students with last names starting with the letters A-L and 1:00 to 3:00 pm for students with last names starting with the letters M-Z. Please try to arrive early to allow time for check in. The purpose of Round Up is for your child to get the feel of the kindergarten classrooms and for assessments to be done.
Please feel free to contact Traci Waugh with any questions. ph: 641-472-6836, fax: 641-472-0269, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Points Worth Noting
Required Forms for KG Registration
It has come to my attention that one of two students in the Fairfield Community School District is currently living under the poverty guidelines. That’s 50% of FCSD kids! While I do not know specifically which students are receiving assistance, I do know we have a high number of families who could use some help.
In an effort to help students, I have come up with the idea of a hygiene closet. The goal of the hygiene closet is to provide students, free of charge, items that cannot be purchased with Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) dollars.
I understand hygiene products are expensive to purchase, yet are necessary.
To sign up to receive bags, a parent or guardian must return a completed permission request form to me. Once the form has been returned, your child will be given a hygiene bag to take home. When these supplies are gone, your child will be able to order refills.
To re-order privately, students may log into their school google account and complete the reorder form in their google drive. Items will be discretely placed into the student’s locker. There is an option for parents to pick up the re-order from the school office instead of having student carry the items home. If students don’t wish to order refills online, they may stop by my room (FMS 108) and pick up items.
The ultimate goal is to have a hygiene closet, full of supplies, in all four FCSD buildings. As of right now, FMS will be the first building to begin distribution of supplies.
If you have any questions, comments, or concerns regarding the hygiene closet, please contact Lisa Greenig at or 641-472-5019 (FMS office number)
This community service project is provided by the generosity of your school staff, local businesses, service organizations, and community members. It is a joy to be able to share blessings with your family.
Founder of The Closet
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