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  • Fairfield AMVETS
    Fairfield Chamber Singers would like to express their appreciation of the generous donation of $1,000 from Fairfield AMVETS.  This donation was presented to the Chamber Singers at The Pearl Harbor Ceremony on Dec 8th where they performed for the Veterans. 

    Blue Ridge Sportsmen Association
    The Varsity Knights football team would like to thank BRSA for their generous donation of $1,200.

    Fairfield Mennonite Church
    The district is quite thankful for the gift of $500 to be used by the Fine Arts Department.  

    NEXTStep Martial Arts, LLC
    The district is very grateful for the $283 donation from your recent Zumba fundraiser. Your generosity and dedication to our district and community is what makes us "Fairfield Strong."

    SNL Food Group
    The Butcher Block and Jubilee Foods donated $1,000 to be used by our FFA to purchase a farrowing crate for the sow.  Many, many thanks to this group for all of their help and dedication to our district.

    Fairfield Area School District wishes to thank the employees of Wellspan Pharmacy in Fairfield for their generous donation of $305 to be used to offset the lunch costs for students in need.

Knights News and Information


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    Please click here to access the Virtual Board Meeting on Monday, March 1st at 7:00 PM


    All individuals wishing to participate in a public Board meeting shall register their intent with the Superintendent (adamekm@fairfield.k12.pa.us) and Business Manager (simmonsa@fairfield.k12.pa.us) in advance of the meeting and shall include the name and address of the participant, topic to be addressed and group affiliation, if applicable.

    Participants must be recognized by the presiding officer and must preface their comments by an announcement of their name, address, and group affiliation if applicable.

    No participant may speak more than once on the same topic, unless all others who wish to speak on that topic have been heard.

    All statements shall be directed to the presiding officer; no participant may address or question Board members individually.

    In order to provide an orderly meeting, all participants shall observe the Board's prescribed parliamentary procedures.

    The presiding officer may:

    1. Interrupt or terminate a participant's statement when the statement is too lengthy, personally directed, abusive, obscene, or irrelevant.

    2. Request any individual to leave the meeting when that person does not observe reasonable decorum.

    3. Request the assistance of law enforcement officers to remove a disorderly person when his/her conduct interferes with the orderly progress of the meeting.

    4. Call a recess or adjourn to another time when the lack of public decorum interferes with the orderly conduct of the meeting.

    5. Waive these rules with the approval of the Board.

    The portion of the meeting during which the public is invited to speak shall be limited to thirty (30) minutes. Individuals are limited to three (3) minutes for their public comment.

    Electronic recording devices and cameras, in addition to those used as official recording devices, shall be permitted at public meetings under guidelines established by the Board.

    No placards or banners will be permitted within the meeting room.

    The meeting agenda and all pertinent documents shall be available to the press and public at the meetings.

    Individuals desiring additional information about any item on the agenda shall direct their inquiries to the Superintendent.


    Please click the image below for an informational letter from the Superintendent:



    Statement from the School Board: 

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