2016-2017 Magnet, District Choice, and STEM Applications
Fairfield Magnet School for Math and Science is currently accepting applications for the remaining open slots on various
grade levels. Applications are available at the school, the District Office, and can be printed from the district website.
According to Act 155 passed in 2014 (Now Act 207, passed in 2016), students who met all course requirements but did not receive a high school diploma because they did not pass the BSAP or HSAP exit exams ma not petition Fairfield County School District Board of Trustees to receive a high school diploma. Click here for petition process guidelines.
2016-21 District Strategic PlanThe State Department of Education requires all districts to create a 5 year District Strategic Plan. This plan is updated annually. The strategic plan focuses on student achievement, school climate ...
Posted Jul 4, 2016, 1:14 PM by Juan deLuca
2015-16 Overview of Curriculum and InstructionClick here to read the Curriculum and Instruction Overview for the 2015-16 school year. This will give any new or current employee information about our instructional programs and initiatives ...
Posted Jul 4, 2016, 1:10 PM by Juan deLuca
Learn & Earn WeekStarting on Monday, July 20, we will kickoff a week of learning for Fairfield County teachers and leaders. Check out the PD calendar for specific professional development. Check out the ...
Posted Jul 4, 2016, 1:09 PM by Juan deLuca
Bairefoot is a seventh grade student at Fairfield Middle School. Savannah was selected because
of her outstanding grades and attitude in school. She is a member of the STEM ...
Posted May 24, 2016, 6:00 AM by Jackie Wallace
Partners' Breakfast -Faith and business leaders are encouraged to join Superintendent Green for breakfast on June 9th, 8:30 AM, at the District Office. Registration is suggested, but not required.
Posted Jun 8, 2016, 11:49 AM by Jackie Wallace
Golf Tournament -FCHS Golf Tournament will be played July 1, 2016 at Oak Hills Golf Course, Columbia, SC. For additional information, click here
Posted Jun 8, 2016, 9:57 AM by Jackie Wallace
Our district serves all elementary schools with Title I
funding. Our middle and high schools receive other types of supplemental
funding equal to what they would receive if designated as a Title I school. A
major focus is to build the schools’ and parents’ capacity for strong parental
involvement. Please complete the survey using the link here, or distributed by your school.
All survey responses
will be reviewed periodically at both the school and district level. The
evaluation of the Title I program, adjustments to the program, and planning for
future funding will be reflective of this feedback along with that provided in
your annual review of the parent involvement policy and parent compact. Please
visit the Special Projects and Federal Programs tab under the Academics page on
the website for more Title I details.