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Board Of Education

To contact the Fairborn Board of Education please call: 937- 878-3961. General questions and information can be provided through the main office at 878-3961. You can also email the Board of Education at: Your email will be responded to in a timely manner. The Fairborn Board of Education held their organizational meeting on Thursday, January 8, 2015.


President:  Mrs. Tess Little

Vice President:  Mr. Roland Parks


 The board members were also appointed to the following committees: 

MDECA: Mr. Andrew Wilson

FCS Athletic Council: Ms. Jeri Luce and Mr. Roland Parks
GCCC Board of Education: Mr. Mike Uecker

Delegate to OSBA Capital Conference: Mrs. Tess Little
Alternate to OSBA Capital Conference: Mr. Roland Parks

Hall of Honor Selection Committee: Mr. Michael Uecker
Hall of Honor Induction Committee: Ms. Jeri Luce

OSBA Legislative Liaison: Mr. Michael Uecker
OSBA Student Achievement Liaison: Mr. Roland Parks
FCS Audit Committee: Mr. Andrew Wilson

Fairborn Education Foundation/Alumni Steering Committee: Mrs. Tess Little and Mr. Roland Parks
FCS Wellness Committee: Ms. Jeri Luce
FCS Communications Committee: Mr. Roland Parks
FCS Records Commission: Mr. Mike Uecker
FCS Technology Committee: Mr. Andrew Wilson

 The Fairborn Board of Education meets the second Thursday of each month in the Fairborn City Council Chambers at 6:30 p.m., WITH THE EXCEPTION OF THE APRIL BOARD MEETING, WHICH WILL BE HELD THE FIRST THURSDAY IN APRIL, DUE TO SPRING BREAK.  The City Council Chambers address is: 44 W. Hebble Avenue. The community is invited to attend school board meetings. Copies of the board's agenda are available at the Board of Education, 306 E. Whittier Avenue. The agendas are also located near the entrance to the board meeting and contain the following: 
*Monthly Reports
*Items for action
*Approved board minutes are also available online.


The Board of Education:
*Set goals and objectives to achieve desired educational goals
*Establish policies for the operation of the school district 
*Establish the effectiveness of district programs and services
*Communicate the needs and progress of the district to the community, educational governing boards and legislators
*Develop a budget consistent with educational needs and community resources
The Superintendent of Schools is employed by the Board to carry out Board policies and to administer the schools on a day-to-day basis. He/She is not a member of the board. The Superintendent is responsible to the Board while all other employees of the district, either directly or indirectly, are responsible to the Superintendent.

The Treasurer is employed by the Board to administer, in cooperation with the Superintendent, the financial, legal, and contractual business of the school district. He/She is not a member of the Board. The Treasurer reports directly to the Board.