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Superintendent's Message

Welcome to the Fairview Independent Schools and thank you for visiting our website. Our dedicated staff is committed to helping students achieve high levels of success while making school work challenging and learning fun.

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Current News

FREE Clothing

Westwood Church of God (349 McKnight Street, across from the elementary) will be hosting a clothing give away on Saturday, February 25th from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm.

 

Cheerleading Try-outs

Cheerleading Tryouts (middle and high)
April 17-19, 2017
3:45-5:00
New Gym
Packets will be available March 1.

The Flu

The Flu: A Guide for Parents

Communicable Disease Guidelines
Relatives As Parents Program (R.A.P.P.)

All Sessions will be 11:30 am - 1:00 pm LUNCH will be provided. 
Location: First Christian Church, 1930 Winchester Ave, Ashland, KY 41101

September 29, 2016- Speaker: Jim Harris- 5 Things You Need To Know About Kids

November 10, 2016- Speaker: Rose-Linda Stafford - Family Traditions

March 16, 2017, and May 11, 2017 Speakers to be announced.

Hosted by Ashland, Boyd County and Fairview FRYSC's along with United Way of Northeast Kentucky.  There is no cost for this program.    Click to retreive a copy of the flyer

Free Evening Meal

Don’t forget, the Dinner Program is up and running.

Monday thru Thursday each day  3:00-5:15

Available to Middle School and

High School Students.

 

Great opportunity for any kids staying after school for activities, or before ball games, they just need to come to the high school cafeteria for a  free dinner.

 

KDMC Providing on-site medical visits to Fairview Independent Schools

Access to high quality, convenient medical care is important for families and large organziations such as school systems. King's Daughters Walk-In Care for Schools promotes physical, mental, social and emotional health for children, families, and staff.  The result is a healthier school:

*Fewer missed school days
*Fewer missed work days for parents
*Faster access to appointments and care
*Fewer emergency room visits
*Better management of chronic diseases
*Improved academic performance

For more information or for paperwork to sent home with your child please call your FRYSC
Brenda Hale 324-3877 extension 3039.

Office Visit paperwork.

Flu Shot paperwork.

To make an appointment for your child to be seen at school you can call KDMC at 606-408-8922 and just tell them you want to make an appointment for your child to be seen at Fairview (elementary or high school).

Fairview Family Resource Youth Services Center Contact Info

Brenda Hale,  Coordinator 606-324-3877 ext 3025

Ashley Carey, Assistant 606-324-3877 ext 4115

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