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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.
WELLSPAN PHARMACY FAIRFIELD
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
The Board Workshop scheduled for January 18th with the School Board of Directors has been cancelled. The next Board Meeting will occur as scheduled on January 25th at 7:00 PM.
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(please click the image to view the document larger)The National Art Honor Society recently completed a mural for the Strawberry Hill Nature Preserve. The mural will be displayed in their new classroom area. Pictured above from left to right: Madison Cromwell, Levi Davis, CJ Jarrell, Liv Cliber, and Morgan Dennison.
To All Fairfield Area School District Families,
The District has received a waiver to offer free lunches to all District students. Starting on Tuesday, September 15, 2020, all District students will receive free lunch. Additional snacks must be paid for by the students.
On the days students are virtually learning from home, a free bag lunch may be picked up at the middle school entrance from 11:30 am – 1:30 pm.
If you have any questions, please call the cafeteria 717-642-2008 or email Lynda Comeau at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CHIP covers uninsured children and teens up to age 19 – and no family earns too much to qualify. With more than 124,000 uninsured children in Pennsylvania, this is great news for families!
CHIP provides quality, comprehensive health insurance for routine doctor visits, prescriptions, dental, eye care, eyeglasses, mental health, and much more. CHIP covers uninsured kids who are not eligible for Medical Assistance. For most families, CHIP is free – for others, it is low cost.
Please see the flyer below for more information or visit www.chipcoverspakids.
com.Please click here to access information pertaining to FASD and COVID-19, and to also access information posted by the District Administration Office.