District Offices: (201) 943-0201

Superintendents Office (201) 943-0564
 

FAIRVIEW PUBLIC SCHOOLS


           




***SUMMER OFFICE HOURS***


8:00 AM - 2:00 PM



Welcome Back To School!



September 6, 2017


K-8 STUDENTS REPORT


(ONE-SESSION DAY)


12:45 PM DISMISSAL FOR ALL STUDENTS




September 8, 2017


PRE-K ORIENTATION




September 11, 2017


PRE-K STUDENTS REPORT



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   Summer Assignments  


STUDENTS THAT ARE GOING INTO


GRADES  2 - 8  BEGINNING 


SEPTEMBER 2017


MUST COMPLETE SUMMER ASSIGNMENTS


 THAT WILL BE


 AVAILABLE ON STUDY ISLAND (ONLINE)

 

BEGINNING JUNE 26, 2017



STUDENTS MUST COMPLETE ASSIGNMENTS


 BY AUGUST 31, 2017


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NEW FOR THE 2017-2018 SCHOOL YEAR!



THE FAIRVIEW SCHOOL DISTRICT

 

WILL NOW HAVE A

 

PARENT PORTAL

 

AVAILABLE IN EARLY FALL 2017. 

 


THIS IS WHERE PARENTS CAN CHECK


 STUDENT WORK AND COMMUNICATE WITH


 THEIR CHILD'S TEACHER ONLINE! 

 


MORE INFORMATION TO COME.






THE FAIRVIEW SCHOOL DISTRICT WILL BE


 OFFERING AN ADULT ESL PROGRAM



-- FREE OF CHARGE --


FOR THE 2017-2018 SCHOOL YEAR



START DATE: TBA








THE FAIRVIEW SCHOOL DISTRICT NOW HAS



 A FACEBOOK AND TWITTER PAGE!


    



 PLEASE FOLLOW OUR UPCOMING


ANNOUNCEMENTS


 AND EVENTS  ON FACEBOOK AND TWITTER!






THE FAIRVIEW SCHOOL DISTRICT WILL 


NOW BE OFFERING  ALGEBRA I 



    FOR ELIGIBLE GRADE 8 STUDENTS !!     





THE FAIRVIEW SCHOOL DISTRICT  NOW 



HAS A  GIRLS' VOLLEYBALL  TEAM




AT LINCOLN SCHOOL FOR GRADES 7 & 8 


                                                                                         







Parenting Tips



1. BE SURE TO CREATE "FAMILY TIME"


 


STOP AND TALK ABOUT WHAT YOU'D LIKE


 TO DO AS A FAMILY AND SPEND TIME WITH


 YOUR CHILDREN


(FAMILY DINNERS, BEDTIME STORIES,


TRIPS TO THE PARK)




2. PREPARE FOR A GREAT


PARENT-TEACHER CONFERENCE



MAKE A LIST OF THINGS TO TELL THE


 TEACHER ABOUT YOUR CHILD (INTERESTS,


STRENGTHS, CHALLENGES, ETC.)




3. HELP YOUR CHILD CREATE A WORD BANK



 WHEN WRITING A STORY - THIS WILL


 ALLOW YOUR CHILD TO THINK OF WORDS


 IN ADVANCE AND MAKE IT EASIER FOR


 THEM TO WRITE.








                 

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PLEASE WATCH



  WABC CHANNEL  7 


 IN CASE OF WEATHER EMERGENCY


 FOR SCHOOL CLOSINGS

 
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Language Arts Newsletter

As another school year draws to a close our eighth graders look forward to graduation and high school.  Our seventh graders are ready for summer vacation with thoughts of what their eighth grade year will be like in September.  It has been my privilege this year to work with some very special eighth grade girls on this newsletter.  Student participation in our language arts newsletter was new this year and they made doing it a joy for me.  So I’ve asked them for their reflections on the years they’ve spent in the Fairview School district.
Here is what they had to say.  Good luck to all our graduates.  Do your best and you will always make us proud.

VALENTINA ORTIZ

looking back I see all of our eyes looking around the school, filled with hope devotion of what’s to come.  Fast forward a few years into eighth grade, as I sit here writing and realize how far we have come and how many more miles we have to go through.  Our journey doesn’t end here, it just begins.  I can honestly say Lincoln School has brought on so many memories to my mind; ones​ ​I will never be able to forget along with my classmates.  A moment I will never be able to forget would be the first time I set foot inside the school.  I had been scared of going into such a big school and had no clue what was to come.  Little did I know I would be going on a thrilling ride of restless study nights and new friendships to come.  I discovered new people, teachers and friends.  Lincoln School has taught me that not only must we keep our heads deep inside books but we must thrive to live in the moment.  Lincoln School is not just filled with one precious memory but an endless book of memories that only we can cherish forever.  With this school year coming to a conclusion, I can only say this has been one twisty roller-coaster, that will lead us into our high school life. Live on Lincoln School.

KRISSIA VILLARREAL
what school did you graduate from to go to high school?  I graduated from Lincoln School.  I school full of many good, sad, and happy memories.  A school where I got to share part of my life with many people; a school that gave me a great education.
I started Lincoln School when I was nine years old.  Through the years many things have happened.  I got to know many people and wonderful teachers.  Every teacher has their own unique personality.  I’ve made a best friend where I can truly be myself.  The more years the more I grew not only physically but mentally as well.  Lincoln School took me as a child and formed me into a young woman.  I still remember my first day like it was yesterday.  I still have memories from funny moments with students and teacher.
Lincoln School also gave me the best education they could, from  amazing teachers to expanding my mind with knowledge.  The school recognizes every student’s struggles, abilities and accomplishments.  Lincoln School also teaches students to cherish small moments in life!

WE ​HOPE TO ADD PARENTS THOUGHTS TO OUR NEWSLETTER IN THE FAll!

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Take it!