Mission Statement


The mission of the Fairfield Area School District is to provide quality education, which nurtures curiosity and empowers all students to succeed in a dynamic, global society.               


 Belief Statements

  • We believe each student is unique with individual learning styles and individual needs.

  • We believe learning continues throughout one’s life.

  • We believe self-esteem and success are important to learning.

  • We believe each student should be caring, responsible, and self-disciplined to be a contributing member of the school and community.

  • We believe every individual should maintain a balanced and healthy lifestyle.

  • We believe each student deserves the educational and technological opportunities that will enable them to solve academic, professional, and social challenges.

  • We believe the entire community shares responsibility for the success of the school.
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      Family Literacy Night
      Guest readers for this year's Family Literacy Night were retired teachers, Mrs. Janet Redding, Mrs. Pat Lewis and School Board President Mark Greathouse.  Thank you to all who joined us for this special event.

      Mr. Chain

      Family Literacy Spirit Week at the Elementary School
      Superintendent Chain, showing his pirate spirit, was a guest speaker on the morning announcements during Family Literacy Week.  He delivered his important message to the elementary school students, "But I'm here to tell you (arrrrhh)---the best treasure in the world----the treasure worth sailing through the roughest storm is the treasure you get when you open a book and read."  He also invited the students and their families to Family Literacy Night on Thursday, April 3rd.  Check out the elementary school home page for more spirit week pictures.

      2014 Breakfast with Abe
      Breakfast with Abe
      To honor the 205th anniversary of the birth of our 16th President, Abraham Lincoln, The Lincoln Fellowship of Pennsylvania sponsored a "Breakfast with Abe" at the Adams County Tech Prep Center.  Fifteen high school students from each of the six Adams County High Schools attended the breakfast with Abe on Thursday, March 27th.  The Adams County Tech / Prep Culinary Arts students under the direction of Chef David Haynes prepared the breakfast. Mr. Jim Getty of Gettysburg portrayed Lincoln and talked to the students about current news events.  The students had an opportunity to question the "President.

      The above Fairfield Area High School students were selected by their social studies teachers, Mrs. Weigel and Mr. Shaffer, to represent Fairfield.

      Student Forum Representatives
      2014 Student Forum Representatives
      Seniors Mark Deardorff, Emily Whitcomb, Seth Harrington and Toni Carosella represented Fairfield at the LIU Student Forum.

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