December 11, 2020: For PEBT information and updates click on link:
**Very important! Please make sure your address is correct in your OneView account. P-EBT cards are mailed to the address that the school district has on record.
Description of 2nd Semester plan choices:
Remote Learning Plans for individual buildings:
Reporting COVID-19 during Remote Learning (letter and link):
November 23, 2020-Feeding Our Skyhawks (Food Service information for Remote Learning students)-
November 20, 2020: Food Service Update for both Virtual/Traditional students:
Traditional students who will be Remote beginning Monday: There will be a meal pick up on Monday, November 23 between 11 and 12:30 at the new Primary building. Two meals will be provided, both breakfast & lunch. When you get to the Primary, go to Door 1 by the main office (which is the parent drop off area).
Future locations for meal pick up throughout the community will be released next week.
Current Virtual students: Please note – students who have been virtual all semester will still pick up at the same locations of either BMS or FIS between 1 and 1:30 for those that have placed an order.
UPDATED Wednesday, December 2, 2020:
November 17, 2020-Fairborn City School District moving to remote learning:
Good afternoon Skyhawk families!
The Fairborn City School District has made the decision to go to Remote Learning starting Monday, November 23, 2020 through January 1, 2021. Prior to returning on January 4, 2021, after Winter Break, we will re-evaluate the situation to determine if we continue with Remote Learning or if we have students return to school. The decision was made due to a rise in the number of COVID-19 related cases and individuals in quarantine in the district and due to community spread. We realize that this is a very hard time for our staff and families and we will continue to update information as needed.
Please be sure to stay safe over the holiday season. Again, what we do in our personal time can and will impact our ability moving forward to stay open as a school district. We will be sharing more details this week and will post on the FCS website and share the link via OneView email as well as a TEC call to all families.
#WashUp #BackUp #MaskUp #InThisTogetherSkyhawks
Transportation Update Wednesday, November 11, 2020:
The Fairborn City School District continues to struggle with COVID-19/quarantine of staff in the Transportation Department. For this reason, Transportation will not be provided again until November 30th. We appreciate your patience and understanding.
Transportation Update Tuesday, November 10, 2020:
The Fairborn City School District will not be transporting any students through Friday, November 13, 2020 due to COVID-19/quarantine. We appreciate your patience and understanding. This communication was also provided via phone message to all parents and via email through OneView.
The Fairborn City School District will not be transporting any students on Tuesday, November 10, 2020 (no career center, MH, private schools) due to COVID-19. We appreciate your patience and understanding as we work on a solution to this issue impacting transportation.
The Fairborn City School District is committed to the safety of students and staff. The protocols for FCS are followed in conjunction with Greene County Public Health. The information posted is the established protocol when someone tests positive in the district. The letters for each building are attached in order.
*The building administrator makes contact with the family that child was exposed to COVID-19.
*If you were not directly affected, you will receive a message that someone in the building tested positive and if you do not hear from the building administrator or Greene County Public Health, you were not in direct contact with the individual.
*If you do receive the call because you were in direct contact, you will be quarantined for 14 days since you were in direct contact with an individual who tested positive. The Greene County Health Department will let you know when you can return to school.
*The Greene County Public Health Department takes a look at people who have had direct contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 and they make the recommendation to the school district to close a classroom or to have a building go remote.
*As a school district, FCS follows the recommendations of Greene County Public Health.
Current Building letters:
P-EBT Information for Virtual Families (ONLY for those families who were signed up as "Virtual" beginning September 30th)-
The families should have either received a card in the mail by now or had the benefit loaded to their card. If a parent hasn’t gotten the benefit, if it is an address change, the parent can fill out a form online for the card to be reissued at https://jfs.ohio.gov/ofam/p-ebt.stm