Falcons fall to the Bulldogs. Great season guys!
After 3 quarters, Falcons trail 39-43
At half, Falcons lead 30-28!
At the end of the 1st, Falcons lead Pretty Prairie 20-11!
Friday 1A-DI Boys Sub-State action begins with the Fairfield Falcons traveling to Pretty Prairie to take on the Bulldogs. Catch the Quarterfinal game live from the Pretty Prairie on Kansas Rocks 100.3 KNZS, the Ad Astra Radio App for your smartphone & tablets & www.adastraradio.com for your desktop.
Lady Falcons fall to Skyline. Great season ladies!
Livestream for the Lady Falcons vs Skyline game can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xDCMEcCyb8M&fbclid=IwAR1UQ_HIIp8xVHC9ld0y9Pc2PCXW7d79J81whfY_CeJWW3LgunBjxHIk9UA&ab_channel=tbirds
Thursday 1A-DI Girls Sub-State action begins with the Fairfield Lady Falcons traveling to Pratt-Skyline to take on the Lady T-birds. Catch the Quarterfinal game live from the Thunderdome on Kansas Rocks 100.3 KNZS, the Ad Astra Radio App for your smartphone & tablets & www.adastraradio.com for your desktop.
For the sub-state games on Thursday and Friday, you must have a ticket in order to attend! Student-athletes will receive 8 tickets per athlete. These tickets must be presented at the gate in order for spectators to attend the games.
FHS girls will travel to Skyline for the first round of sub-state on Thursday, February 25. They will play at 7:00 pm.
FHS boys will face Pretty Prairie in the first round of sub-state basketball. They will play at Pretty Prairie on Friday, February 26th beginning at 7:00 pm.
JV boys fall to Central Christian 30-51
JV girls fall to Central Christian 20-22
Updated link for the FHS vs Central Christian basketball games today: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kvW7R1jgiqs&feature=youtu.be&ab_channel=FairfieldSchools
FHS basketball will play Central Christian today. Games begin at 4:30 4:30--1/2 JV girls 5:15--JV boys 6:30--Varsity girls 8:00--Varsity boys Seniors and their parents will be honored between the varsity games. Games will be broadcast on the NFHS Network at the following link: https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/fairfield-high-school-langdon-ks/gam3993eddbda Viewers will have to click Sign In to Watch and set up a username and password to watch for the first time, but Fairfield USD #310 is paying for the subscription for home games. Users do NOT need to pay to watch home games, however, they may need to pay to watch away games if other schools are not sponsoring the free viewer subscriptions through the NFHS network. There is an NFHS App in the iPhone and Android App Stores mobile users may also use if desired.
Falcons defeat South Barber 48-78! Great game Falcons!
Lady Falcons fall 39-49 to South Barber.
Sign up for 2021-2022 High School and Middle School cheer tryouts is now available in the high school office. Tryouts are open to any eligible high schooler and any eligible 6th and 7th graders. Practice will be March 10-11 and tryouts will be on March 12th. Sign up is due by March 8th.
FHS basketball travels to South Barber today. Varsity girls play at 5:00 followed by varsity boys. No JV games will be played. Good luck Falcons!
Sub-State basketball kicks off this week. FHS girls will play at Skyline on Thursday, February 25 beginning at 7:00 pm. The boys will face Pretty Prairie at PPHS on Friday, February 26th at 7:00 pm. GO FALCONS!
Updated link for FHS vs. Norwich: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zCCTEDEGiD4&ab_channel=FairfieldSchools
JV boys fall to Norwich
The FHS vs Norwich games will be shown on the NFHS Network tonight. Viewers will have to click Sign In to Watch and set up a username and password to watch for the first time, but Fairfield USD #310 is paying for the subscription for home games. Users do NOT need to pay to watch home games, however, they may need to pay to watch away games if other schools are not sponsoring the free viewer subscriptions through the NFHS network. Also..... there is an NFHS App in the iPhone and Android App Stores mobile users may also use if desired. The link for tonight's games is: https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/fairfield-high-school-langdon-ks/gamc60e543132
FMS Boys fall to Attica tonight 34-24. Great season boys.
Reminder: Friday, February 19 is a collaboration day. Students will be released from school at 12:30!
The FHS vs South Barber basketball games at South Barber have been rescheduled for Monday, February 22. Games will begin at 5:00 with varsity girls followed by varsity boys. No JV games will be played.
FHS basketball will face Norwich on Friday, February 19th. The schedule of play will be: 4:00--JV girls 5:15--JV boys 6:30--Varsity girls 8:00--Varsity boys Homecoming ceremonies will be held during halftime of the varsity boys game. 4 spectators per participant are allowed. Masks required and social distancing in recommended.
FHS boys basketball will have practice today at 3:30.
FMS boys basketball will have practice on Wednesday from 1:30-4:00 for those who are able to attend. They will play at 6:30 on Thursday at Cunningham!
Tomorrow (Wednesday, February 16th) will be a REMOTE LEARNING day for Fairfield students. This is at the recommendation of our local power company, who said there will likely be blackouts (power outages)in our district tomorrow. In order to keep our students safe, we have extended to one more day of remote learning on Wednesday. We hope to see everyone back at school on Thursday! If your student is experiencing problems with remote learning, first try contacting their teacher(s) via email. You can also call the school at 620-596-2152.
Fairfield USD 310 will have a remote learning day again on Tuesday, February 16 due to the dangerously cold temperatures and wind chills. Lunches will be available for pick up at the school from 10:30-12:00. Please come to the kitchen door on the south side of the building and ring the doorbell. No need to order meals in advance. The FHS basketball games at South Barber have been postponed. There will not be any basketball practice today or Tuesday. Stay safe and stay warm!
The middle school wrestling tournament scheduled for Monday, February 15 has been cancelled. There will be no wrestling practice on Monday as well.
Here is a quick reminder that Monday, February 15th, is a remote learning day. We will make a decision about Tuesday on Monday afternoon, once we see updates on projected temperatures.
Falcons fall to Pretty Prairie
Lady Falcons fall 39-52 to Pretty Prairie
JV boys win 53-26
Lady Falcon JV falls 29-39 to Pretty Prairie.
FHS basketball travels to South Barber on Tuesday, February 16. Games will begin at 4:00 with JV girls followed by JV boys, varsity girls and varsity boys. Only 4 spectators per athlete are allowed and you must have a ticket in order to attend. Masks are required and social distancing is recommended!
FMS Lady Falcons fall to Central Christian 25-16. Great season ladies.
HOPL Tournament Changes: There will be no middle school boys basketball game on Saturday, February 13. This game has been moved to Thursday, February 18. Semi-final games for both boys and girls will be played Saturday, February 20 and the finals will be Monday, February 22. The middle school girls game scheduled for Thursday, February 11 will be played as scheduled @ 4:00.
Due to schedule changes, Homecoming ceremonies will now take place during the FHS vs Norwich basketball game on Friday, February 19.
Due to the extremely cold temperatures that are forecasted for Friday, February 12, the FHS vs Pretty Prairie games have been moved to earlier in the day. The schedule of play will be: 2:00--JV girls 3:15--JV boys 4:30--Varsity girls 6:00--Varsity boys
This Friday, 2/12 and Monday, 2/15, will be remote learning days for students of Fairfield USD #310 due to the extremely cold weather we will be experiencing. Buses will not run and students will work from home. Students will bring their devices home on Thursday and are expected to meet via zooms with their teachers on Friday and Monday. Teachers may be sending home more specific instructions with your student, especially elementary students. Attendance will be taken and meals will be sent home with students on Thursday. As far as scheduled FHS and FMS games, for now they are still on as planned. We will using alternate transportation (suburbans, transit, etc...) to get athletes to games instead of using buses. Thank you for your flexibility in this matter; we do not want to put our students in danger with the extreme cold. If you have questions or concerns, contact your student's principal at 620-596-2152. Thanks!
Falcons defeat Burrton 86-11
Lady Falcons defeat Burrton 56-40!
Fairfield 2021 3-6 Spelling Bee Part 2 - 1:50pm. The Fairfield Schools invites you to join us in support for our 3-6 Spelling Bee Participants! https://youtu.be/y4nw_XHqNMA
Fairfield 2021 K-2 Spelling Bee Part 1 - 8:45am. The Fairfield Schools invites you to join us in support for our K-2 Spelling Bee Participants! https://youtu.be/FCNzSMq7bVo
Livestream for FHS vs Burrton: Games begin at 6:30 pm https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ncx5wPGyqY&ab_channel=FairfieldSchools
There will be a two hour delay tomorrow, Tuesday, February 9. School will start two hours late. No breakfast will be served and votech busses will not run.
Cunningham will be the host of this year's MS HOPL BBall Tournament. The schedule is as follows: MS HOPL Girls - Thursday, February 11 4:00 - Central Christian vs. Fairfield 5:15 - Pretty Prairie vs. Norwich 6:30 - Attica vs. Skyline 7:45 - Burrton vs. Cunningham MS HOPL Boys - Saturday, February 13 10:00 - Central Christian vs. Skyline 11:15 - Norwich vs. Burrton 12:30 - Fairfield vs. Attica 1:45 - Cunningham vs. Pretty Prairie
FHS basketball takes on Burrton on Tuesday. There are no JV games. Varsity girls will begin at 6:30 and varsity boys will follow. 4 spectators per athlete are allowed in attendance and masks are required. The games will be livestreamed on the USD 310 YouTube channel. The link will be posted closer to game time!
We will assess road conditions early tomorrow morning, and we will make a decision by 5:30 a.m. as to whether or not our district roads are safe to travel at the normal time. Stay safe!
Falcons fall 45-50 to Attica
Lady Falcons fall to Attica 28-56
JV boys fall to Attica 26-30
JV girls fall to Attica
Varsity boys defeat South Barber
Varsity girls defeat South Barber 21-43
JV boys fall to South Barber
JV girls win 25-17
Livestream link for The Prudentia Cum Dignitas Chapter of the Fairfield High School Installation Ceremony at 7:00 pm: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uKpENr4ti8E&feature=youtu.be&ab_channel=FairfieldSchools
There is no school at Fairfield USD 310 on Friday, February 5! Enjoy your long weekend!
FMS basketball will travel to Central Christian on Monday, February 8. Order of play will be: 4:00--B girls 5:00--B boys (1/2 game) 5:30--A girls 6:30--A boys Spectators will be limited to 2 per athlete. You must present your tickets in order to gain admittance to the game. A limited concession stand will be available. The game will be livestreamed on the CCS YouTube channel.
FMS travels to South Barber on Thursday. Games will begin at 4:00 with JV girls, JV boys (1/2 game), Varsity girls and then varsity boys. Spectators-- you will need the tickets that you were given earlier in the season. If you have misplaced your tickets and need replacement tickets, please contact the school. Thanks
Parents of high school wrestlers--High school wrestling post season starts this week. Per KSHSAA guidelines, only 2 tickets are allowed per wrestler for the rest of the season. Thank you.
Falcons defeat Cunningham 39-56
Lady Falcons fall to Cunningham 55-27
JV boys defeat Cunningham 15-17.
JV girls defeat Cunningham 6-23. Great job ladies!
Livestream for the Cunningham vs Fairfield basketball games: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=urTgLLgk-9I&ab_channel=USD332Cunningham
FHS basketball travels to Cunningham on Tuesday. Games will begin at 5:00 with JV girls (1/2 game) followed by JV boys. Varsity girls will play at 6:30 and varsity boys will follow.
FMS basketball travels to Pratt Skyline on Monday. Games will begin at 4:00 with JV girls followed by JV boys. Varsity girls will play at 6:00 and varsity boys will follow. No concession stand will be available.
The Lady Falcons took fourth place tonight in their home tournament, losing to Macksville.
Tonight the Fairfield Lady Falcons play for 3rd Place in the Fairfield Girls Tournament against the Macksville Lady Mustangs . Catch the game live from Langdon on Kicks Country 106.1 KXKU, the Ad Astra Radio App for your smartphone & tablets & www.adastraradio.com for your desktop.
Our wrestlers are at Hoisington today. Live Streaming Links for today's matches Mat 1 https://youtu.be/VoUxv_7JGbU Mat 2 https://youtu.be/bWukPU2s_qI Mat 3 https://youtu.be/UxRD9dqsQEI Here is the website page in which you can watch all 3 mats at the same time. https://www.usd431.net/.../hs-wrestling/cardinal-classic
Lady Falcon Invitational Livestream: Central Christian vs Little River @ 7:30: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TaGM38C5Lbw&feature=youtu.be&ab_channel=FairfieldSchools
Lady Falcon Invitational Livestream: Macksville vs Fairfield @ 6:00 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D2Q88BmrS1c&feature=youtu.be&ab_channel=FairfieldSchools
Lady Falcon Invitational Livestream Link: Goessel vs Burrton @ 4:30 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z1wJyaP3xGw&feature=youtu.be&ab_channel=FairfieldSchools
Lady Falcon Invitational Schedule for Friday, January 29th: 4:30--Goessel vs. Burrton 6:00--Macksville vs Fairfield 7:30--Central Christian vs Little River
Lady Falcons fall to Little River. We will play for 3rd place tomorrow at 6:00 pm.
Lady Falcon Invitational: Burrton vs Stafford beginning at 4:30 pm: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PQXC_5xdzJA&feature=youtu.be&ab_channel=FairfieldSchools
Lady Falcon Invitational: Central Christian vs Macksville Basketball beginning at 6:00 pm: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fukVCX6famY&feature=youtu.be&ab_channel=FairfieldSchools
Lady Falcon Invitational: Fairfield vs Little River livestream link beginning at 7:30 pm https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MGltFec0j1s&feature=youtu.be&ab_channel=FairfieldSchools
Thursday night the Fairfield Lady Falcons continue play from the Fairfield Girls Tournament against the Little River Lady Redskins. Catch the game live from Langdon on Kansas Rocks 100.3 KNZS, the Ad Astra Radio App for your smartphones and tablets & www.adastraradio.com for your desktop computer.
Due to road conditions, Fairfield USD 310 schools will be closed today. Stay safe and stay warm.
Fairfield Schools will have a two hour delay tomorrow, January 27th. We will reassess road conditions in the morning to determine if we will have school. Stay safe and stay warm!
The Lady Falcons win 57-46 over Burrton in their first game of the Lady Falcon Invitational Tournament. FHS will play next Thursday night at 7:30 pm.
Tonight the Fairfield Lady Falcons host the Burrton Lady Chargers in Fairfield Girls Tournament. Catch the game live from Langdon on HitRadio 94.7 KSKU, the Ad Astra Radio App for your smartphones and tablets & www.adastraradio.com for your desktop computer.
Reminder that the new KSHSAA ruling of increasing spectators does not go into effect until January 29th. We are still only allowing the two parent/guardians until then. Your name must be on the list to be admitted.
ATTENTION RENO COUNTY RESIDENTS AGES 65 & OLDER ***Here is information on VACCINE PRE-REGISTRATION AND COMMUNITY DISTRIBUTION FOR AGES 65+ from the Reno County Health Department as of 1-26-21. The Reno County Health Department has announced a new online pre-registration site for the COVID-19 vaccine. Those who fall under the current phase of vaccination may pre-register and will be notified when an appointment is available. Reno County is currently in Phase 2 and serving ages 65 and over. Please note this is NOT an appointment system. Registrants will be entered into the system and contacted by the Health Department to schedule their appointment. Those 65 and over may pre-register now at www.renogov.org. If computer access is not available, please call the Reno County Health Department at 844-834-3657 and leave a message. A staff member will return your call. Please be patient as there is currently a very limited supply of vaccine. The first public vaccine distribution site is scheduled for Friday, January 29th at the Hutchinson Sports Arena, 700 East 11th. The Reno County Health Department will be administering the Moderna vaccine by appointment only from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. No walk-ins will be accepted. If you need assistance getting to the vaccination clinic and returning home, please contact RCAT at 620-694-2913.
Lady Falcon Invitational livestream link for Goessel vs Macksville beginning at 4:30 pm: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WDcgliGRZ6w&feature=youtu.be&ab_channel=FairfieldSchools
Lady Falcon Invitational Livestream link for Fairfield vs Burrton beginning at 6:00 pm : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pX96eEI_9-8&feature=youtu.be&ab_channel=FairfieldSchools
Livestream link for Little River vs. Stafford beginning at 7:30 pm: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YijWu55sSHY&feature=youtu.be&ab_channel=FairfieldSchools
FMS Boys fall to Cunningham 27-45.
FMS Boys JV fall to Cunningham 8-12.
Lady Falcons JV wins 19-16 over Cunningham.
Livestream link for the FMS vs. Cunningham basketball game: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ANpsOJg9m7I&feature=youtu.be&ab_channel=FairfieldSchools
There will not be morning practice for the FHS boys basketball team tomorrow morning.
Falcons fall to Inman at the Burrton Tournament. Falcons take 4th place.
The FHS vs Inman basketball game will be broadcast live in the Burrton Charger Facebook page.
Tonight the Fairfield Falcons Boys finish up play from the Burrton Invitational against the Inman Teutons. Catch the game live from Burrton on Kansas Rocks 100.3 KNZS, the Ad Astra Radio App for your smartphones and tablets & www.adastraradio.com for your desktop computer.
FMS basketball will face Cunningham on Monday, January 25 at Fairfield. The order of play will be: 4:00--JV girls 5:15--JV boys (1/2 game) 6:00--Varsity girls 7:30--Varsity boys
FMS Boys win 28-21 over Norwich. Great job tonight everyone!
FMS Lady Falcons win 32-21 over Norwich!
FMS JV Boys fall to Norwich 15-9.
JV girls win 13-11 over Norwich!
Livestream for the FMS vs. Norwich basketball games beginning at 4:00 pm: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xamvpFiCkrE&feature=youtu.be&ab_channel=FairfieldSchools
The elementary school will be holding our Valentine’s Day parties a little differently this year. We ask that parents DO NOT send treats or Valentines to school this year. Students will be creating their own Valentines for their classmates through their art classes and FPO has donated money to help purchase treats for all students. Students will still be able to have classroom parties and activities. Thank you for your support and understanding.
Tonight the Fairfield Falcons Boys continue play from the Burrton Invitational against the Berean Academy Warriors.. Catch the game live from Burrton on Sports #1 on the Ad Astra Radio App for your smartphones and tablets & www.adastraradio.com for your desktop computer.
FMS will face Norwich on Thursday, January 21. Order of play will be: 4:00--JV girls 5:15--JV boys (1/2 game) 6:00-Varsity girls 7:30--Varsity boys Spectators are limited to 2 parents/guardians per family. Masks are required while inside the building and social distancing is encouraged!
Lady Falcons and Falcon boys defeat Chase! Great job Falcons!
Livestream for the FHS vs Chase basketball games beginning at 5:00: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=shSZOuQgvNk&feature=youtu.be&ab_channel=FairfieldSchools
Falcons defeat Pretty Prairie 45-52. They will play Wednesday at7:30
At half, Falcons trail the Bulldogs 25-23
Tonight's FHS vs PP game at the Burrton Tournament will be broadcast live on Burrton's Facebook page. You can find the page here: https://www.facebook.com/burrton.schools
FHS will face Chase on Tuesday, January 19 at home. 5:00--Varsity girls 6:30--Varsity boys Reminder--Only 2 parents/guardians allowed per family. Masks must be worn in the building and social distancing is encouraged.
Monday the Fairfield Falcons Boys open play from the Burrton Invitational against the Pretty Prairie Bulldogs. Catch the game live from Burrton on 95.9 KWHK FM, the Ad Astra Radio App for your smartphones and tablets & www.adastraradio.com for your desktop computer.
FHS JV boys fall to Trinity at the Cunningham Tournament
Livestream for today’s JV game: https://m.youtube.com/watch?fbclid=IwAR0YKejdO8quPgJCS1j28n34L-sHsuqVT-yd447nM-NcavX07hB7g5AEF6c&v=vIRkSc237Dk&feature=youtu.be
FHS boys fall to Skyline
Lady Falcons fall 38-41 to Skyline
JV boys defeat Skyline 40-34! Great game Falcons.
JV girls win over Skyline 43-11 Great job ladies!
Livestream for FHS vs. Skyline on Friday, January 15: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Etjya8YO70&feature=youtu.be&ab_channel=FairfieldSchools
FHS boys basketball team will play in the Burrton Tournament on Monday, January 18 at 7:30.
FHS basketball will face Skyline tonight at Fairfield. 4:00--JV girls 5:15--JV boys 6:30--Varsity girls 8:00--Varsity boys Reminder--Only two parents/guardians allowed per family. Masks are required in the building and social distancing is encouraged. The games will be livestreamed--that link will be made available shortly before game time! Good luck Falcons!
FMS Boys win 30-23 over Stafford.
FMS Girls win big 34-2 over Stafford.
FMS Boys JV wins over Stafford 19-17.
Livestream link for the FMS basketball games: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NEHn0yxPfWk&feature=youtu.be&ab_channel=FairfieldSchools
Make-up game from January 5th, FHS BB (home) vs Chase will now be played on Tuesday, January 19th at 4p.
The Falcon Varsity boys won against Stafford with a score of 49 to 41.
The FHS Lady Falcon Varsity girls beat Stafford 43-35.
FHS JV girls beat Stafford 28-11 while the JV boys lost a close one 35 to 41.
There will be no concession stand at the FHS vs Stafford basketball games tonight.
Calendar changes for January 2021: January 21st FMS at home vs Norwich at 4p January 25th FMS at home vs Cunningham 4p January 28th FMS has been CANCELLED FHS Girls Tournament dates are: January 26th, 28th, and 29th starting time is at 4:30p
Livestream link for tonight FHS vs. Stafford basketball games: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-JkJA0XJgMw&feature=youtu.be&ab_channel=StaffordTrojanSportsNetwork
FMS basketball will play Stafford at Fairfield on Thursday, January 14. This is a change from what is listed on the district calendar. Games will begin at 4:30 with JV boys. Varsity girls will play at 6:00 followed by varsity boys at 7:30. Masks are required when inside the building. Only 2 parents/guardians allowed per family and social distancing is encouraged.
Middle School basketball schedule changes: Thursday, January 21--FMS vs. Norwich at Fairfield Monday, January 25--FMS vs. Cunningham at Fairfield No game on Thursday, January 28
FMS Boys win 49-12. Great job tonight Falcons!
FHS JV boys win 49-41. They will play at 1:30 on Saturday.
FMS Girls Varsity wins 38-15 over Chase!
FMS JV girls win 15-2
Livestream link for the FMS basketball games today: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GQa9CLGvIHc&feature=youtu.be&ab_channel=FairfieldSchools
FHS basketball will travel to Stafford on Tuesday, January 12. The order of play will be: 4:00--1/2 JV girls 5:00--JV boys (approx.) 6:30--Varsity girls 8:00--Varsity boys Masks will be required indoors. Temperatures will be checked upon arrival. Spectators are restricted to 2 parents/guardians per family. No food or drink will be allowed in the gym.
USD 310 will not be running activity buses until further notice.
FHS B-team boys will face Stafford in the Cunningham tournament today. The game will begin at 5:30.
FMS basketball schedule for Monday: 4:30--1/2 JV girls 5:15--Varsity girls 6:30--Varsity boys Only 2 parents/guardians allowed and masks are required when inside the building. Social distancing is encouraged!
FMS basketball will face Chase on Monday, January 11th. Order of play will be: 4:30pm 1/2 JV girls game 5:15 Varsity girls game 6:30 Varsity boys game 2 parents/guardians allowed in attendance. Masks are required in the building and social distancing is encouraged. Go Falcons!
JV boys fall to Kingman. They will play at 5:30 on Monday.
FHS vs Ellinwood livestream: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eaAiug4ziqg&feature=youtu.be&ab_channel=FairfieldSchools
FHS basketball is back in action against Ellinwood on Friday, January 8th. 4:00--1/2 JV girls 4:45--JV boys 6:00--Varsity girls 7:30--Varsity boys Reminder--only 2 parents/guardians are allowed in attendance, masks are required in the building and social distancing is encouraged. The game will be broadcast on the USD 310 YouTube page. The link will be available shortly before game time on Friday.
School is back up and going as of tomorrow, Tuesday, January 5th. Buses will run at the regular time. Please make sure your students bring back their devices, including chargers. It would be a great idea to bring laptops back to school already charged. Welcome to 2021! We will continue with our small cohort sizes until the Covid situation improves.
FAIRFIELD WANTS YOU (TO SUB!) Do you have 60 or more college credit hours and desire local employment? Do you enjoy being around students? If so, please consider being a substitute teacher at Fairfield USD #310. We are in desperate need of more substitute teachers for students at every level! Fairfield pays $95 per day for subbing and $110 for extended assignments. For more information or to apply, you will need to go online first. After reading the information, you will need to create an account and fill out an application. KSDE will ask you for a transcript of your college hours. You will also be required to submit your fingerprints and we have the cards at the district office. For help and guidance through this process, you can click on the website below or call Amy at 620-596-2152 for more information. To start this process and to find out more information, go to the following website. https://www.ksde.org/Agency/Division-of-Learning-Services/Teacher-Licensure-and-Accreditation/Licensure/License-Requirements/Emergency-Substitute-License-Requirements
Fairfield boys top Pretty Prairie 36-28.
Lady Falcons 18, Pretty Prairie 35. Final score.
In half of a B boys game, Fairfield 11 - Pretty Prairie 15.
Lady Falcons B Team falls to Pretty Prairie 11-9.
Lady Falcons C Team falls to Pretty Prairie 13-10.
FMS vs Pretty Prairie livestream beginning at 3:00 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-9bWisfTM1Y&feature=youtu.be&ab_channel=FairfieldSchools
We received this message today: "The Fairfield community will want to know about the passing of coach Don Stucky. Coach Stucky led the Lady Falcons to a state championship in 1974." We want to offer our condolences to Coach Stucky's family in their loss and to remember a great coach who left his mark on Fairfield. If you were a former player or student of Coach Stucky, feel free to leave a favorite memory or a comment in the comments.
FHS basketball will travel to Wichita Classical on Thursday, December 17. The schedule of play will be: 4:00 1/2 C team boys 4:45 JV boys 6:00 Varsity Girls 7:30 Varsity Boys Per the KSHSAA ruling, only 2 parents/guardians are allowed to attend. Masks must be worn at all times and social distancing is recommended.
Updated Schedule for the FMS vs. Pretty Prairie basketball game on Thursday: The FMS basketball team will face Pretty Prairie on Thursday, December 17 at Fairfield. Schedule of play will be: 3:00 pm--C team girls 4:00 pm--B team girls 5:00 pm--B team boys 6:00 pm--A team girls 7:00 pm--A team boys Reminder that only 2 parents/guardians are permitted to attend. Masks must be worn at all times and social distancing in encouraged.
The FHS basketball games at Wichita Classical have been rescheduled for Thursday, December 17.
There will a two-hour delay today, Wednesday, December 16th, for Fairfield Schools. Please travel safely.
There will be no after school sports practices today, December 15. Stay safe.
The FHS basketball games at Wichita Classical have been cancelled due to weather concerns.
The FMS basketball team will face Pretty Prairie on Thursday, December 17 at Fairfield. Schedule of play will be: 4:00 pm--B team girls 5:00 pm--B team boys 6:00 pm--A team girls 7:00 pm--A team boys 7:00 pm--C team girls (in secondary gym) Reminder that only 2 parents/guardians are permitted to attend. Masks must be worn at all times and social distancing in encouraged.
The FHS basketball game at Burrton on Friday, December 18 has been cancelled.
High school students who are not taking finals on Wednesday or Thursday will have a remote learning day. Students are not required to come to campus, but they will need to check in with their cohort teacher. All students will report to school as usual on Friday. We will be celebrating the end of the 1st semester with various activities throughout the day!
Updated Schedule for Tuesday, December 15 at Wichita Classical: 4:00--1/2 C team boys 4:45--JV boys 6:00--Varsity girls 7:30--Varsity boys Per KSHSAA ruling, only 2 parents/guardians will be allowed to attend games. Please make sure to wear your mask and allow for social distancing!
We’ve had notification of another Covid situation and the need for quarantine. All those parents of students affected by this will be contacted today (Sunday) by the elementary principal. Please continue to wear masks and stay socially distanced.
FHS basketball travels to Classical School of Wichita on Tuesday, December 15. The schedule of play will be: JV girls (1/2 game) @ 4:00 pm JV boys @ 4:45 pm Varsity girls @ 6:30 pm Varsity boys @ 8:00 pm Per KSHSAA ruling, only 2 parents/guardians will be allowed to attend the game. Address: 6355 Willowbrook St. Wichita, KS Please park and enter on the south end of the building.
Ellinwood tops Fairfield boys to win the 2020 Falcon Classic
At half Ellinwood leads Fairfield 39-16
Lady Falcons 35 Pretty Prairie 50
At half, Lady Falcons 17 Pretty Prairie 31
2020 Falcon Classic Livestream: Ellinwood vs Otis-Bison girls @ 12:00 pm https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FIyVRIwpEVg&feature=youtu.be&ab_channel=FairfieldSchools
2020 Falcon Classic Livestream: Updated link Fairfield vs. Ellinwood boys @ 1:30 pm https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9n6syALoHzs&feature=youtu.be&ab_channel=FairfieldSchools
2020 Falcon Classic Livestream: South Central vs Otis-Bison @ 1:30 pm https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CA7NOEU3EMI&feature=youtu.be&ab_channel=FairfieldSchools
2020 Falcon Classic Livestream: Ellinwood vs. Otis-Bison girls @ 12:00 pm https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FIyVRIwpEVg&feature=youtu.be&ab_channel=FairfieldSchools
2020 Falcon Classic Livestream: FHS Lady Falcons vs Pretty Prairie Bulldogs 12:00 pm https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0mc_KTWQgSY&feature=youtu.be&ab_channel=FairfieldSchools
2020 Falcon Classic Livestream: Updated link Stafford vs. Chase girls https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-lJZj-JNztQ&feature=youtu.be&fbclid=IwAR2KzX9DFeqpIsqkfvtWLF7VBIS6v-ar6RMNabdRHZGliMRGx9NjP8cXtYE&ab_channel=FairfieldSchools
2020 Falcon Classic Livestream: Stafford vs. Flinthills boys @ 6:30 pm https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jzVb7VQ4Mc8&feature=youtu.be&ab_channel=FairfieldSchools
2020 Falcon Classic Livestream: Stafford vs. Chase girls @ 5:00 pm https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8TftHgzlWsQ&feature=youtu.be&ab_channel=FairfieldSchools
2020 Falcon Classic Livestream: South Central vs. Flinthills girls @ 5:00 pm https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8TftHgzlWsQ&feature=youtu.be&ab_channel=FairfieldSchools
In Reno County this week, there are 1,106 active cases in the last 14 days and a Positive Test Rate of 49.2 %. It is very important to wear masks and stay socially distanced from others. We will remain in our small cohort groups for next week, which will be our final school days of 2020!
FMS Lady Falcons fall to Burrton 5-35.
JV boys win 27-18
JV girls fall to Burrton 12-21
2020 Falcon Classic Livestream: Ellinwood vs. South Central boys https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MzEkRup7BtU&feature=youtu.be&ab_channel=FairfieldSchools
2020 Falcon Classic Livestream: Ellinwood vs Pretty Prairie Girls https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yrSWIMDbjeY&feature=youtu.be&ab_channel=FairfieldSchools
2020 Falcon Classic Livestream: Stafford vs. South Central Girls https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LmTyew1M_Co&feature=youtu.be&ab_channel=FairfieldSchools
You can view the FMS vs. Burrton basketball games on Burrton's Facebook page at the following link: https://www.facebook.com/burrton.schools
This is for students that ride Heather Frank’s bus (Turon). Her route will be late this morning due to mechanical issues.
Falcons defeat Otis Bison 63-45
Lady Falcons defeat Otis Bison 28-26!
2020 Falcon Classic Livestream: Fairfield vs Otis-Bison https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JKT2693Yn1o&feature=youtu.be&ab_channel=FairfieldSchools
2020 Falcon Classic Livestream: Flinthills vs. Chase https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O-n1WqZF4Og&feature=youtu.be&ab_channel=FairfieldSchools vs. Chase
FMS basketball will play at Burrton on Thursday, December 10. Games will begin at 4:00: 4:00--JV girls 5:00-JV boys 6:00--Varsity girls 7:00--Varsity boys
KSHSAA voted yesterday that effective Thursday, December 10th, interscholastic activities will allow for attendance of up to two parents/guardians per participant(s) family, as allowed by local board of education or health department restrictions. These two spectators must be a parent or legal guardian and any other people are excluded, including siblings, grandparents, and other family members (unless they are legal guardians.) Also, no matter how many participants there are from one family, that family still only gets 2 parent spectators. This will be in effect for Fairfield basketball games and the Falcon Classic Tournament starting tomorrow, Thursday, December 10th. Masks are still required for attendance. Minutes of this KSHSAA meeting are available for your review via http://www.kshsaa.org/public/pdf/decbod2020minutes.pdf
Lady Falcons defeat Flinthills 53-23
2020 Falcon Classic Livestream: Otis-Bison vs. Chase https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ZXmvkLv1XA&feature=youtu.be&ab_channel=FairfieldSchools
2020 Falcon Classic: Fairfield vs. Flint Hills livestream link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NWACWKhq3eo&feature=youtu.be&ab_channel=FairfieldSchools
We were notified today that an individual at our elementary school was positive for COVID-19. Per our established protocol, we are following the regulations and guidelines of the Reno County Health Department. Students and/or adults considered to be a close contact of the positive person have already been notified by the district and will later be contacted the the health department as well. We have thoroughly deep cleaned and disinfected areas within the school facility. The district is closely monitoring this situation and will notify families if any additional action needs to be taken. Thank you for your cooperation.
FMS Boys finish strong to top the Trojans. Great job tonight everyone!
FMS Lady Falcons win big over Stafford.
FMS boys B team gets t the win over Stafford.
New link to watch Pretty Prairie vs. South Central https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9SK4KJjRA8s&feature=emb_title&ab_channel=FairfieldSchools
To watch the FMS Basketball games tonight, go to Stafford's Facebook page: Stafford Schools USD 349.
2020 Falcon Classic --Pretty Prairie vs South Central livestream beginning at 5:00: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l_VF1ySm6nE&feature=youtu.be&ab_channel=FairfieldSchools
Falcon Classic Livestream--Ellinwood vs. Stafford beginning at 5:00 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IwdGcqCEe7c&feature=youtu.be&ab_channel=FairfieldSchools
FHS Varsity boys win over Oxford 77-62 .
It’s a close one tonight in Fairfield with the Falcons leading 40 to 32 at the half.
Lady Falcons win 41-28 over Oxford.
FHS JV boys won 66-49 over Oxford. At halftime the FHS Lady Falcons lead 21-20.
Watch FHS basketball vs. Oxford live on YouTube starting at 4:30. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CgE-cASYPsw&feature=emb_title&ab_channel=FairfieldSchools
FHS tips off the basketball season today against Oxford. JV boys--4:30 Varsity girls--6:00 Varsity boys--7:30 All games will be livestreamed on YouTube. The link will be posted closer to game time. Best of luck Falcons!
QUARANTINE Changes from RCHD, Effective 12/4/2020: The new shortened quarantine is only for those people who show NO SYMPTOMS of the virus. First, you must get tested with a PCR test (the uncomfortable kind up your nose) on or after Day 5 of your exposure to COVID, and your test must be negative. You must provide proof of that negative test result to return on or after Day 7 of your exposure. If you choose NOT to get a test and remain symptom free for 10 full days, you can be released from quarantine after Day 10. Remember rapid tests, antigen, or antibody tests do not qualify for this shortened quarantine; it must be a PCR nasal test.
FHS basketball will tip off the season on Friday, December 4 against Oxford. Games will begin at 4:30 with JV boys, followed by varsity girls at 6:00 and varsity boys at 7:00. The livestream link will be made available on Friday. (Reminder that no spectators are permitted to attend winter sporting events from December 1-January 28.)
Remember that tomorrow, Thursday, December 3, will be a remote learning day due to potential weather concerns. There will be no school on campus, and no buses will run.
Attention ALL PK-12 Students, Parents, & Families: This THURSDAY, December 3rd, will be an ALL-Remote Learning Day due to projected weather and road conditions. The buses will NOT run and all students will be expected to learn remotely from home. A sack lunch and breakfast for Thursday will be sent home with your student on Wednesday, with their devices and materials needed to do remote learning. Please make sure your student is online and zooming with their teachers at the appropriate times, especially for grades 4-12. They may check Google Classroom for the lesson times and assignments. Attendance and grades will be taken. Also the FMS game on Thursday has been cancelled and will be rescheduled later. FHS Vo-Tech/HCTEA students will be expected to remote into their HCC classes on Thursday. Please remember that this plan is for THURSDAY and not for tomorrow. We are just letting you know so that you can make plans in advance. If you do not have internet access at home, please call your child’s school office and we will provide a router for Thursday that will need to be returned on Friday. An All-Call with this information will go out tomorrow.
Watch FMS vs Lyons live beginning at 4:00: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2fk6C66ONMA&feature=emb_title&ab_channel=FairfieldSchools
FMS basketball plays Lyons today at Fairfield. Games will begin at 4:00. We will honor 8th graders between the A team girls and A team boys game.
11/27/20 UPDATE - The situation continues to be serious in our county with 1,030 new virus cases and a PTR of 46.5%. At this point, we plan on having school on Monday and staying in our small cohort groups. If that changes, we will let you know via social media and an ALL CALL. Please do what you can to take action to help control the spread of the COVID virus: #1 Monitor yourself and your children for symptoms and stay home if you are sick or not feeling well. #2 Avoid the three C's (Closed Spaces with poor ventilation, Crowded Spaces, & Close Contact.) #3 Wear a face covering and wear it correctly, over nose and mouth. #4 Wash your hands often and disinfect surfaces regularly. #5 Maintain six feet or more of physical distance from others.
Due to KSHSAA's decision to not allow fans at winter sporting events, we will be holding 8th grade parents' night at the middle school basketball games on Monday, November 30.
Yesterday KSHSAA decided there will be NO spectators at middle or high school sporting events from December 1, 2020, until January 28, 2021. This doesn’t affect the FMS home games vs. Lyons on Monday, since it’s still in November. We will continue with the 3/4 ticket system for that game to keep fan numbers low. Also another KSHSAA decision was that there will be no sports competitions allowed between December 23, 2020, and January 7, 2021.
All basketball practices today at Fairfield are canceled due to the road conditions.
We had another individual at Fairfield test positive for Covid-19 late last Friday. The person had not been at school since Monday, 11/16/20, so only the individual's family and close contacts have been quarantined. We continue to work closely with the Reno County Health Department to guide us through each situation. Please continue to follow the guidelines to help stop the virus spread.
Monday is the last day to order shirts for the MS Boys Basketball team. we are 20 short of fulfilling our order total of 50. Please get those orders in ASAP!!!!!! https://factory233.com/fairfield_middle_school_basketb/shop/home
No activity buses will run this evening.
Next week we are off from school all week due to our Thanksgiving Break. The data released to schools today by the Reno County Health Department shares that we have 1,008 new, active cases in the past 14 days and a Positive Test Rate of 44%. Those numbers are certainly concerning. Enjoy your time and keep safe!
FMS Boys fall to Macksville 26-50.
Lady Falcons fall 10-39 to Macksville.
Macksville boys B team wins 33-16.
Lady Falcons B team wins 28-10 vs Macksville.
View today's middle school basketball games at this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ya45o-ki92A&feature=youtu.be&ab_channel=FairfieldSchools
WALK FOR FOSTER CARE! On Friday night, November 20, Glenn Koster will start his 24-hour, 63 mile WALK FOR FOSTER CARE on Fairfield's new track at 6:00 pm. Glenn is doing this to raise awareness and funds for local foster care efforts in Reno County. For information about this event or to learn how to help donate to the cause, please check out the attached flyer.
FHS Student Council is raising money for scholarships by selling Rada Cutlery. Rada Cutlery makes for great and inexpensive Christmas gifts. https://radafundraising.com?rfsn=880089.8bf43
FMS basketball will face Macksville today at Fairfield. Games will begin at 4:00 with B team girls. B team boys will play at 5:00 followed by A team girls at 6:00 and A team boys at 7:00. Good luck Falcons!
We had another individual at Fairfield test positive for Covid-19. All people in close contact with the individual have already been notified that they will need to quarantine immediately. A letter will be coming home with your children today with more information. We continue to work closely with the Reno County Health Department to guide us through these situations. Please continue to follow the guidelines to help stop the virus spread. Thank you for your support.
Attica tops FMS Boys 40-26.
FMS Lady Falcons fall to Attica 8-20.
FMS Boys B team falls to Attica 16-34.
FMS cheerleaders are selling FanCloth. If you are in need of some new Falcon gear, check out the link and support the cheerleaders. https://fancloth.shop/EWBLZ
Watch the FMS vs Attica basketball games at this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GApURfaBVZQ&feature=youtu.be&ab_channel=FairfieldSchools Games begin at 4:30 with B team boys, followed by A team girls and then A team boys.
There will be no B team girls game tonight. B team boys will begin at 4:30. You must have your ticket to enter the game and masks will be required while inside the building. Good luck Falcons!
The Red Cross Blood Drive that was scheduled for Wednesday, November 18th has been canceled due to illness.
We had another individual test positive for Covid. All people in close contact with the individual have been notified to quarantine immediately. A letter will be coming home with your children today. Please continue to follow the guidelines to help stop the virus spread.
FMS basketball will tip off the season against Attica at Fairfield on Tuesday. The order of play will be: 4:00--B team girls 5:00--B team boys 6:00--A team girls 7:00--A team boys Masks will be required to be worn by all in attendance. If those in attendance refuse to comply with the mask requirement, the games can be called. Tickets will be required for entry. Athletes in 6th and 7th grade will be given 3 tickets and 8th graders will receive 4 tickets. Students will receive tickets at practice today. Concessions will be available. Livestreaming information will be made available on Tuesday.
For our basketball season (FMS and FHS) each athlete will be given 3 tickets to give to their guests. If they are an eighth grader or a senior, they will get 4 tickets to distribute. You or your children may not attend a game without a ticket from an athlete. The tickets will be given out today to FMS athletes since their first home game is tomorrow at 4 pm. Please remember to keep your mask on and keep our students/guests safe.
Friday, 10/13/20 Situation Update: We remain in the Red Zone at Fairfield Schools, with a Reno County count of 643 new, active cases in the past 14 days (non-prisoners) and a Positive Test Rate of 37.8 %. Next week we will continue in our small cohort classes and keep students from mixing together. Please do everything you can to help us stop the spread of this virus, and if your child is sick, please keep them at home. Thanks!
Here is the link for the FMS Boys Basketball Shirts. the store will be open until Wednesday, November 18th! https://factory233.com/fairfield_middle_school_basketb/shop/home
WALK FOR FOSTER CARE! On Friday night, November 20, Glenn Koster will start his 24-hour, 63 mile WALK FOR FOSTER CARE on Fairfield's new track at 6:00 pm. Glenn is doing this to raise awareness and funds for local foster care efforts in Reno County. For information about this event or to learn how to help donate to the cause, please check out the flyer.
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There will be a high school wrestling parent meeting tonight at 6:00. Please use the Zoom link to join the meeting: https://www.google.com/url?q=https%3A%2F%2Fus04web.zoom.us%2Fj%2F72896734529%3Fpwd%3DeUNsNDdkWjVLdEk4MXBuOHZ6N0l5dz09&sa=D&ust=1605386935845000&usg=AOvVaw0k7TMui4XJbj10QZmqu1zT
The Abbyville/Plevna route will be running late this morning.
The FHS scholars bowl team will compete tomorrow at Lyons.
League band, which was originally scheduled for Wednesday, November 11, has been cancelled.
The Veterens Day celebration which was scheduled for November 11 has been postponed. National Honor Society Installation ceremony which had been scheduled for November 12 has been postponed.
The Senior/Faculty volleyball game that was scheduled for Tuesday, November 10 has been cancelled due to COVID concerns.
Congratulations to Fallon Brown who was selected as a member of the 2020 SCKMEA Middle Level Honor Band. There will not be a concert this year, but this is quite the accomplishment. Well done!
Fairfield Community, We have been notified that an individual at Fairfield has tested positive for COVID-19. Any persons who were considered a “close contact “ of the individual have been contacted and will need to quarantine. If you have not been notified, you may assume your student was not affected. Although notification to all families is not required, we feel sharing this information with our Fairfield family is important. Our priority is to keep our students and staff safe and healthy while providing an exceptional education. Please continue to wash your hands, wear a face mask, and practice social distancing. Thank you.
The High School Boys Basketball team has an online store open for business. This store is only open for a short period of time, so act fast! A small portion of each garment sold is donated to the team as a fundraiser! Each player on the team is required to order the "DriFit Long Sleeve Tee" as this will be our warmup top before games. Thanks for supporting your Falcons! Use the below link to access the store! https://stores.inksoft.com/fhs_basketball/shop/home
The school gating information from the RCHD came out today with 343 new cases and a positive test rate of 28.2% over the past 14 days. We will remain in the red stage for next week.
Sylvia and Arlington Parents: Beginning on Monday, November 9th, the Sylvia and Arlington bus students will return to their original routes and pickup times. These are the routes that were driven when the school year started. You will be contacted about the times your student needs to be ready to be picked up by the bus.
If you are interested in ordering a FMS girls basketball shirt, check out the link below, then click on the link for Fairfield Girls Middle School Basketball. https://www.myteamgear.com/teamstores
Check out the Mask Up for Reno County video featuring Fairfield students: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m6gOxA-wn6c&feature=youtu.be&ab_channel=FairfieldSchools
FROM RENO COUNTY: We need your help to curb the spread of COVID-19, prevent our hospital from being overwhelmed, and protect our neighbors from critical illness! Hutchinson Regional Medical Center, Hutchinson Clinic, the City of Hutchinson, and the Reno County Health Department are asking all Reno County residents to take the COVID Cut-Off 10-Day Challenge, November 4-13. During these 10 days, we’re asking for a commitment from residents to: Wear a mask AND distance 6 feet at all times in indoor spaces (outside of home), plus maintain at least 6 feet of distance outdoors. Avoid being indoors with non-household members except for school, work that can’t be done from home, and activities deemed absolutely essential. Work from home, if possible, and hold meetings online rather than in person. Hold gatherings online rather than in person, and avoid situations that involve singing, refreshments, and other high-risk activities. Support local stores by wearing a mask, social distancing when in person, and if possible, ordering online or by phone with curbside delivery. Support local restaurants by getting take-out rather than dining in. Continue to maintain healthy behaviors by keeping up with routine physician, dental, and eye appointments. Maintain a balanced diet and routine exercise. Let's all do our part to curb the spread of Covid-19!
We remain in the RED Zone with 340 cases and a 21% PTR in Reno County; this excludes prisoner cases. Next week will proceed just as this past week did, with students attending in small cohort groups that do not mix. Thanks to everyone for your support and patience as the uptick in our county’s cases affects schedules and changes plans. We stay committed to keeping our campus safe for our students and employees. We want our students to be able to learn on campus if at all possible, so we are continuing with our mitigation protocols.
Falcons fall 56-52 to St. John
Picture retakes will be Monday, November 2nd. These will be for any new students who did not have pictures taken in September or for families who would like pictures taken again.
FHS Football will travel to St. John on Thursday, October 29. The game will kick off at 7:00 pm.
Due to the slick road conditions this morning, there will be no school for USD 310 today, Tuesday, October 27. The daycare will be closed as well. Vo-Tech classes have also been cancelled.
Fairfield USD 310 will have a two hour delay on Tuesday, October 27. School will begin at 10:00. No breakfast will be served. All Vo-Tech students will attend classes virtually. We will reassess the roads in the morning and update as needed. Please stay safe and warm!
Due to slick road conditions in our area, there will be no school for USD 310 today, October 26!
Lady Falcons fall to Skyline at sub-state.
Falcons fall to the Titans
PLANS FOR NEXT WEEK: Since Reno county remains in the red zone, we will continue to remain cautious. At this point, next week will look very similar to this past week, with small cohort groups of students that do not mix during the day. Please continue to do what you can so that we can keep students and staff on campus!
October 23,2020 Fairfield Community, We have been notified that an individual at Fairfield had a positive test for COVID-19. Our district has been in regular communication with the Reno County Health Department on this matter. Any persons who were considered a “close contact “ of the individual have been contacted and sent home to quarantine. If you have not been notified, you may assume your student was not affected. Although notification to all families is not required, we feel sharing this information with our Fairfield family is important. Our priority is to keep our students and staff safe and healthy while providing an exceptional education. Please continue to wash your hands, wear a face mask , and practice social distancing. Thank you. At this point our plans for next week will be similar to those of this past week, with students in small cohorts that do not mix. If there are any changes to that plan, we will notify you immediately.
Mrs. Wilson's 2nd grade class has been researching all about different types of storms this week in order to find out what makes them dangerous. Each group got to choose a storm to research, and also choose a way to present their information. Please enjoy these creative presentations of their learning! https://youtu.be/uNcy5QBSUNw https://youtu.be/4djO9vRLMXA https://youtu.be/1mfYKP4IaaA
ATTENTION: Spectators WILL BE ALLOWED at tomorrow night's home football game against Attica. The USD #310 Board of Education voted to allow spectators to attend the game. Tomorrow night (Friday, October 23rd, 2020) at 7 pm will be the FHS Falcon Football Team's last home game. Again SPECTATORS MAY ATTEND! Please share this post to get the word out to anyone who wants to come. There will NOT be a concession stand.
The Reno County Health Department informed us that they will have the capability of taking walk-ins or drive-ups at our community testing event today. So even if you do NOT have an appointment, you can still stop by the south end of the Fairfield High School parking lot for this event between 4 and 7 p.m. Remember this Covid-19 test is free! This event is open to Reno County Residents.
If you were at the Stafford HS Football game on Friday 10/16/2020 or the Stafford HS Volleyball tournament on Saturday 10/17/2020, self monitor for symptoms of COVID-19. If you develop symptoms, contact your primary physician. Symptoms include fever, cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, new loss of taste or smell, body aches, headache, fatigue, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain, and congestion or runny nose. If you are feeling sick, have been notified that you are a contact of a positive case, or have been tested for COVID-19 please stay at home.
FMS Volleyball Team wins in two against Central Christian, winning the HOPL Norwich triangular.
FMS volleyball defeats Norwich in two! Up next is Central Christian at 5:00.
There will be no Trunk - R - Treat this year. Students will still be able to wear costumes to school on Thursday, October 29th and have classroom parties. If you would like to drop candy off for the students, please drop the candy off at the elementary office before noon on Thursday the 29th.
FMS volleyball will play at Norwich today. The order of play will be: 4:00 FMS vs. Norwich 5:00 FMS vs. Central Christian You must have a ticket and face mask in order to attend. Please practice social distancing while indoors!
Lady Falcons fall to Stafford in three!
FHS volleyball plays at Stafford today. The will face Stafford beginning at 9.
For Next Week's Activities - This is what we know as of today, but it is subject to change. ***Please note that many of these indicate a change in previously scheduled plans. MONDAY - FMS HOPL Volleyball Tri. Tournament has been moved to Norwich. Game time is still 4 pm. Tickets (3 & 4 ticket system, as usual) Be prepared to keep your mask on and stay socially distanced. WEDNESDAY - Our BOOK FAIR will kick off and it will be an online book fair. Details to be posted next week. THURSDAY - FMS Game Vs. Cunningham is cancelled; FMS football season is done. FRIDAY - FHS game here vs. Attica; No Spectators from either team. SATURDAY - VB Substate @ Little River; our spectators may attend if masked; please don’t come early and be prepared to leave right after your team’s game. Time TBA
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. Fairfield has two very special people on staff that are battling this journey this year. We want them to know how special they are to us! We have ordered these masks- “ I wear Pink for my Friend” (see attachment) If you would like to help us show our love and support for them, please contact Rhonda via text @ 620-546-3776. Cost is $5.00 per mask. We can make arrangements to get them to you! Thanks again for making USD #310 a great Falcon Family!!!
We will be in the RED Zone next week because of the new numbers in Reno County: 259 non-prisoner new, active cases and a Positive Test Rate of 18.9%, for the last 14 days. We expected this to happen based on last week’s numbers, so the BOE discussed and helped plan what would happen this week with our school district, if we continued to NOT instances of cases on our campus. Here is our plan for next week: 1. All PK-12 students can attend classes on campus ONLY if we keep our students in small, cohort groups. That means that even middle and high schoolers stay with the same small group of students all day. They do not intermingle and do not change classrooms. We did this at FMS and FHS this past week as part of our modified orange. This also means that there will be some rearranging of students in FES classes that are too large. That is being worked on right now. 2. All students will eat lunch in their classrooms, with the exception of Pre-K and Kindergarten. Pre-K will spread out in the cafeteria to eat, while Kindergarten students will eat in the concessions area. 3. There will be no spectators for sports next week. Fortunately we do not have many home games left, but there is a home FHS football game scheduled on Friday, October 23rd. We will broadcast that game for you online, but there will be no spectators allowed on campus. We apologize for the inconvenience, but this is being done for safety reasons and to allow the student athletes to play. 4. Sports activities and practices will continue, but only active participants may travel to away games. 5. We will follow the rules of the schools we visit for away games. If they allow spectators, you will be able to attend. We will post details on our social media to inform you. 6. There will continue to be NO AFTER-SCHOOL program. The majority of our parents and patrons have been supportive, and we can’t thank you enough for helping us through this challenging time. We remain committed to educating children on campus, as long as it is safe to do so. We remain committed to keeping you informed and to being transparent as to what is happening. As of today, we have no positive case among our staff and students, but that could easily change. We will do our best to keep you updated.
FMS volleyball falls to Attica
FMS volleyball defeats Stafford! 25-10 and 25-18
FMS volleyball defeats Argonia! 25-13 25-12
Free COVID testing will be conducted by the RCHD in the Fairfield High School Parking Lot on Tuesday, October 20, 2020, from 4:00 - 7:00 pm. To qualify for this free, drive-through testing, you must: -Call for an appointment this number: 844-834-3657 -be a resident of Reno County -be asymptomatic (no symptoms) -not be a direct contact of someone who has COVID-19 -have NOT tested positive in the last 90 days to COVID-19 -have NOT been tested in the last 30 days
Here are the requirements for all spectators to attend tonight's FMS games in Attica: -You will need tickets to attend. -You must wear a mask to attend events. Please leave it on. -Temperature taking will be done at the door. -Sit in the assigned seating areas. -Remember to stay six feet apart at concessions. All fans attending the games must comply with the procedures. The crowd will be monitored the and competition will stop, if necessary,for compliance. Thanks in advance, Fairfield Fans, for following the rules! Go FMS Falcons!
ATTENTION FMS PARENTS: Spectators may attend tomorrow! After consultation with their Health Department, Attica School District decided that they WILL ALLOW spectators from Fairfield/Reno County. Spectators must be willing to have their temperatures taken upon entry, wear masks, and sit socially distant in family units. Spectators will NOT be allowed entry into a building without a mask. Be prepared to wear masks and keep them on 100 % of the time when you are inside. Sorry for the confusion, but we are glad they they changed their initial decision. Spectators are welcome!
FMS travels to Attica on Thursday, October 15. Volleyball will begin at 3:00 with the following schedule: Wellness Center: 3:00 pm Attica varsity vs. Stafford varsity Attica varsity vs. Argonia varsity Attica varsity vs. Fairfield varsity Attica B team vs. Fairfield B team High School Gym: 3:00 pm Argonia varsity vs. Fairfield varsity Fairfield varsity vs. Stafford varsity Argonia varsity vs. Stafford varsity Football will begin at 6:00 Spectators must have a ticket and a mask in order to attend! GO FALCONS!
HUTCHINSON – Ad Astra Radio is proud to announce a new bi-weekly award to recognize our classroom teachers. The Classroom Hero Award seeks to highlight the hard work and dedication of those teaching on the frontlines in our local schools. With the added stresses of the COVID-19 pandemic and remote learning, we wanted to find a way to highlight the great work our classroom teachers are doing, and to let them know how much they’re appreciated,” said Aaron West, Ad Astra Radio Operations Manager. “We’re thrilled to announce the Classroom Hero Award.” Every two weeks, a new teacher will be randomly selected, from community submissions, to receive the award, along with a gift card and gift basket. Ad Astra Radio has included several community partners in hopes of making the presentation extra special. Thank you to Heartland Credit Union, Midway Motors, and Stutzman’s Greenhouse. “Heartland is proud to support the Classroom Hero program to honor local teachers,” said Dan Springer, HCU President and CEO. “Now, more than ever, our teachers deserve our respect and gratitude for all they do for our students.” Nominations are being accepted now at https://www.adastraradio.com/classroomhero. Listen for a winning teacher to be announced every two weeks, beginning Oct. 27, on Ad Astra Radio, and watch for frequent updates at https://www.facebook.com/adastraradiokansas. Thank you to our local teachers for being real life “Classroom Heroes,” from Ad Astra Radio, Heartland Credit Union, Midway Motors, and Stutzman’s Greenhouse.
FHS volleyball travels to Burrton on Tuesday, October 13. The order of play will be as follows: 4:00 PM Burrton JV vs. Fairfield JV Attica JV vs. Burrton JV 6:00 PM Attica V vs. Burrton V Fairfield V vs. Attica V Burrton V vs. Fairfield V Please remember your tickets! (4 spectators for Senior athletes and 3 for 9-11) Wear a mask and practice social distancing! Good luck Falcons.
All 7-12 students, please check your school email for a message from Mrs. Mathes regarding the changes that are being made starting Tuesday, October 13.
FMS football will practice today from 3:30-5:30. No activity bus will be available. Students will need a ride home.
Falcons fall to Goessel
Next week there will be NO SCHOOL on Monday due to inservice. Beginning on Tuesday, 10/13/20, Fairfield will transition into the FULL ORANGE stage of our gating criteria. This is due to exponential growth of the virus in Reno County in the past week. We are now at 168 new cases and a positive test rate of 14.7 %, and this number excludes prisoners. What does this mean for USD #310? All students will still be on campus, except those who are already remote learners. The elementary school day will basically look the same. However, the 7th-12th graders will see a schedule change where they will stay in the same room with the same small cohort group throughout the day, following their normal Wednesday schedule. Sports activities will not change because all games are "away" next week so we will follow the home school's rules. This action is recommended by both the RCHD and KSDE as the best way to be able to keep schools open. We are committed to keeping our schools open as long as possible. Thank you for your support and remember to do what you can to help: socially distance, wear a mask, and wash your hands.
October 4th-10th is National 4-H Week! USD 310 congratulates all students and parents who participate in this program that encourages leadership and personal growth. Feel free to post a picture of your USD 310 4-H student or their projects! Great job to all of the USD 310 4-H members. If your family would like to join 4-H, please see Mrs. Mathes, Shala Metzger or any current Western Reno County 4-H member!
Stafford vs. Norwich livestream: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IhvjT_FCMzs&feature=youtu.be&ab_channel=FairfieldSchools
Link for FMS volleyball livestream: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8kHSODxTl1U&feature=youtu.be&ab_channel=FairfieldSchools
FHS football will face Goessel on Friday at FHS. The game will kick off at 7:00pm. Please remember that spectators are encouraged to wear masks, social distance and only sit with individuals from the same household. Concessions will be available.
FMS volleyball and football will play Norwich on Thursday, October 8. Volleyball will begin at 3:00. 3:00--FMS vs. Norwich 4:00--Stafford vs. Norwich 5:00--FMS b-team vs. Norwich Football will kick off at 6:00 Due to an increase of COVID cases in Reno County, spectators will not be allowed at indoor sporting events. There will be a concession stand available at the football game. Spectators will be required to wear a mask while at the concession stand and whenever social distancing is not possible. We encourage those attending the football game to social distance and wear masks.
For those of you living in the Fairfield District who would like a free COVID-19 test, please see the Reno County Health Department Press Release. They will be in Turon on Saturday, October 10th, and Fairfield High School in the parking lot on October 20th. These will be moblie testing sites and you must call for an appointment.
The FHS Volleyball game that was scheduled for Tuesday, October 6 has been cancelled.
USD 310 Fairfield Schools was notified today than an individual at our school tested positive for COVID-19. Per our established protocol, we have first contacted Reno County Health Department for verification and to provide the names of close contacts at school Individuals determined to be a close contact of the positive person will be notified by the district and the Health Department. We are thoroughly cleaning and disinfecting areas within the school facility. The district is closely monitoring this situation and will notify families if any additional action needs to be taken in the future.
MODIFIED ORANGE: For the week beginning Monday, October 5th, Fairfield USD #310 will move to a Modified Orange stage of our Covid-19 Gating Chart. Overall, while we are faring well so far at Fairfield, the Reno County Covid-19 numbers are trending upward with 148 new confirmed cases and a 13.7% Positive Test Rate over the past two weeks. (These numbers do not include prisoner cases.) Modified Orange will bring the following changes to USD #310: No spectators to indoor sports; No After-School Program; and Changes in the FMS/FHS lunch schedule and seating to create more social distancing. We are sorry for any inconvenience or problems this may cause for you. Our main priority is to keep students in school and to keep them healthy. We will reevaluate the situation again on Friday, October 9th by noon. Please, if your child feels sick, keep them at home. Again thanks for your cooperation and support in a hard time.
FHS will host teams for the Burrton Tournament on Saturday. The Falcons will play at 9:00 vs. Skyline, 11:00 vs. Sterling and 1:00 vs Cunningham.
FHS football travels to Medicine Lodge tonight. Kick off is at 7:00! Good luck Falcons!
JV defeats South Barber!
FMS volleyball defeats South Barber in two!
FMS volleyball defeats Stafford in three!
FMS volleyball and football will travel to Stafford today to face South Barber. Volleyball will play the following schedule: Varsity 3:00--Stafford vs. FMS 4:00--South Barber vs. FMS 5:00--Stafford vs. Stafford JV: 6:00--FMS vs South Barber Football will kick off at 6:00
Please check out the most recent issue of the Hutchinson Community Foundation's magazine. We are featured in an article entitled "Change Makers at Work." The recognition comes from the excellent pre-kindergarten programs at Fairfield. Our Pre-K instructors are Debra Zongker and Janice Williams; they are assisted by paraprofessionals Margo Haflich, Noell Hamm, Shea Hewitt, Merryn McReynolds, and Leslie Richardson. We appreciate these ladies and how hard they work! https://issuu.com/hutchcf.org/docs/hutch_cf_mailer_9.2_final
The Sylvia route (Leslie's) and Rolla's route will be a few minutes late this afternoon.
FHS volleyball travels to Skyline today. Games begin at 4:00.
For the week beginning Monday, September 28, Fairfield Schools will continue in the YELLOW stage of our Covid-19 Gating Chart. Overall, the number of cases in our county is trending upward, so please do your part to help stem the spread. Please, if your child feels sick, keep them at home. Thanks for everything being done by all of you to help fight this pandemic.
Falcons lose to Pretty Prairie.
You can watch the FHS football game at the following link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?reload=9&v=_1ToFT1Rfik&feature=youtu.be&ab_channel=FairfieldSchools
There will be MS Football Practice today.
There will be no middle school volleyball practice today.
In order to minimize the risk of COVID exposure, tonight’s FMS football and volleyball games at Cunningham have been postponed. We are working to reschedule these games for October 22.
For more information on how we will handle future COVID-19 cases, please consult the news section of our homepage. You can also read the same information in the District Newsletter mailed out to each patron. Thanks in advance for all that you are doing to help keep our students in school. We deeply appreciate your support and help!
Reno County Education Cooperative is looking to hire motivated and positive people to work as paraprofessionals (with students in the Fairfield District and surrounding areas). More information is available at the following link: https://www.applitrack.com/rcec610/onlineapp/
If you attended the FHS vs St. John football game on Friday, September 18th, please see the following message from the Stafford County Health Department: Stafford County Health Department: If you were at the St. John High School football game in St. John on Friday 9/18/2020, self monitor for symptoms of COVID-19. If you develop symptoms, contact your primary physician. Symptoms include fever, cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, new loss of taste or smell, body aches, headache, fatigue, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain, and congestion or runny nose. If you are feeling sick, have been notified that you are a contact of a positive case, or have been tested for COVID-19 please stay at home.
FHS football will host Pretty Prairie on Friday! Homecoming will begin at 6:30 and the game will kick off at 7:00. FFA will also be holding the pork chop BBQ at the shop. Social distancing and masks are encouraged. Come out and support the Falcons!
Falcons lose to Stafford in three.
Varsity falls in two to Norwich in tough battles.
JV volleyball splits with Norwich.
Tonight's FHS volleyball games will be live streamed on the Stafford USD 249 Facebook page:https://www.facebook.com/Stafford-Schools-USD-349-Stafford-Kansas-166720246681618 Order of play will be: JV will start at 4:00 pm Fairfield vs Norwich Norwich vs Stafford Varsity will start at 6:00 PM Stafford vs Norwich Norwich vs Fairfield Fairfield vs Stafford Please remember, you must have a ticket to enter and masks must be worn inside the school
FHS Cross Country will compete at Larned on Thursday. Best of luck to our runners!
FMS volleyball and football will travel to Cunningham on Thursday. Volleyball will begin at 3:00 and follow the schedule below: Fairfield varsity vs. Cunningham varsity Stafford varsity vs. Cunningham varsity JV will play until 5:45 (each team will play 1/3 of the time) Fairfield JV vs. Cunningham JV Stafford JV vs. Cunningham JV Fairfield JV vs. Stafford JV Football will begin at 6:00 Concessions will be available beginning at 5:30 at the football field. Masks and social distancing are encouraged. Tickets will be required for attendance to the game. (3 for 6th and 7th grade/4 for 8th grade athletes)
FHS volleyball travels to Stafford on Tuesday. Play will begin at 4:00. Masks are required when inside. League policy limits spectators to 3 for 9th-11th grade athletes and 4 for senior athletes. Please make sure you have your tickets or you will not be allowed to enter! Go Falcons!
Falcons fall 34-32 to St. John
At half Falcons lead St. John 16-18
FMS C team splits with Burrton.
FMS B team falls to Burrton
FMS A team falls to Burrton in two.
Watch the FMS volleyball game live at the following link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ps_aPz0V7Dw&feature=emb_title&ab_channel=FairfieldSchools
Due to a water main break at Burrton, today's FMS volleyball and football games have been moved to the following locations: FMS volleyball will play at Fairfield beginning at 3:00 pm Schedule of play for volleyball will be: 3:00--FMS varsity vs. Burrton 3:45--Stafford vs. Burrton Followed by B team which will play 2 games to 25. FMS B team vs. Burrton C Team will follow the B team game (2 games to 25) FMS vs. Burrton FMS football will play at Stafford beginning at 6:00 pm
FHS volleyball falls to Cunningham in two sets tonight.
Lady Falcons fall to South Barber in three .
Are you a Reno County resident interested in a free COVID-19 test? If so, please read the checklist of who can qualify for this event. It will be a drive-through testing site at the Hutch Clinic 2107 Building parking lot and will involve the less invasive throat/saliva test. The dates available are both Saturdays from 9-11:30 am on September 19th and 26th. You must not have symptoms to be tested.
Lady Falcons come back to win in three vs Norwich! Great night ladies!
FMS Varsity win in two over South Barber!
Live stream for middle school volleyball beginning at 4:00: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VontC3a0L4s&feature=youtu.be&ab_channel=FairfieldSchools
FHS volleyball travels to South Barber on Tuesday, September 15. J.V matches will begin at 4:00 and varsity will begin at 6:00. Face masks and temperature checks will be required for all fans. Please make sure to bring your tickets. Without them, you will not be allowed to enter the building.
FMS volleyball will play on Monday, September 14 at Fairfield. Order of play will be: 4:00-Fairfield vs. South Barber 5:00--Norwich vs. South Barber 6:00--Fairfield vs. Norwich This will be varsity only. Spectators are limited to 3 for 6th and 7th grade students and 4 for 8th grade students. Please make sure that you bring your tickets or you will not be allowed to attend the event. There will be a concession stand. Masks are required inside the building.
Falcons fall at Lincoln 66-16
FMS A Team takes down Medicine Lodge. Great job ladies!
FMS A Team takes down Medicine Lodge. Great job ladies!
FMS A Team tops Stafford in two.
FHS football travels to Lincoln on Friday, September 11. The game will kick-off at 7:00. Fans are encouraged to maintain social distance in their seating and sit with their family unit. Masks are encouraged at all times when social distancing is not possible. Visitors will sit on the east side of the field. Spectators are encouraged to bring lawn chairs in order to better social distance. Fans are asked to avoid social gatherings following the completion of the game. No concession stand will be available. Please plan accordingly and abide by these rules in the spirit of safety and good sportsmanship.
FMS Volleyball and Football will travel to Stafford on Thursday, September 10. Volleyball will begin at 3:00 and football at 6:00. Masks will be required indoors. Spectators will have temperatures checked. Spectators will be restricted to 3 per player in 6th and 7th grade and 4 spectators per 8th grade athlete. Masks will be required outdoors when 6 feet social distancing in not feasible.
Lady Falcons varsity falls in two vs Attica.
JV Lady Falcons fall to Attica in two.
Do you need some new falcon gear? Do you like supporting our music students? Consider visiting our Fancloth store! This year all orders will be taken online and will ship directly to you! Make sure if you have a specific music student in mind to support, you include their name in the "Student/Player" field! https://fancloth.shop/czmgn
FHS volleyball will not play in the Goessel tournament which was scheduled for Saturday, September 12.
Reminder that tomorrow, September 9th, is Lifetouch Picture Day!
Wednesday, September 9 is PICTURE DAY! If you need a picture brochure, please call the offices.
FHS volleyball travels to Attica today. Games begin at 4:00. Currently, Attica is allowing seniors 3 spectators and Freshmen-Juniors are allowed 2 spectators. Please make sure that you take your tickets! Without them, you will not be allowed to enter the gym. Please follow the host school's COVID-19 restrictions.
Falcons fall to Stafford tonight.
Live stream link for the FHS vs SHS football game beginning at 7:00: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=br5yQzlAl_o&feature=youtu.be
Livestream link for this afternoon's middle school football game beginning at 4:30: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1HhdDo__Xm8&feature=youtu.be
Link to view the middle school volleyball game beginning at 3:00: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XPvOTU9B1Tk&feature=youtu.be
Parents' Night Schedule: Middle School Volleyball--5:00 pm Middle School Football--5:45 pm (students and parents will be recognized following the middle school football game) High School Cheer, Volleyball, Cross Country and Football--6:45 pm.
There will be a concession stand available during the volleyball and football games tomorrow, September 3.
FHS Cross Country begins the season tomorrow at Pretty Prairie. The race will begin at 4:45! Go Falcons! Varsity
Starting tomorrow, September 3rd, 2020, Fairfield Schools will be providing FREE MEALS to all of our students (PK-12th grade). This includes breakfasts and lunches, but NOT extra milks or milks purchased for snacks. Also, if a student brings a sack lunch, they will have to buy a milk as usual. This change is being made by the USDA and at this time is set to expire at the end of December 2020 or whenever the funding runs out. If you have an outstanding balance for meals for your child, you will still need to take care of this bill as soon as possible. Thanks!
Crowd size at sporting events now limited: Per the league decision on Tuesday, crowd sizes at indoor events will have the following limits: Students in grades 6, 7, 9, 10 and 11 will be allowed 3 spectators per athlete. Students in grades 8 and 12 will be allowed 4 spectators. Students will be receiving their allotted number of tickets. Spectators must have these tickets in order to be admitted to games. If you do not have a ticket, you will not be allowed to attend.
FHS football will kick off the season on Thursday, September 3 at 7:00 at FHS. We will honor all senior athletes who are participating in fall sports prior to the start of the football game.
FMS volleyball and football will kick off the 2020 season on Thursday, September 3. Volleyball will begin at 3:00. We will honor 8th grade volleyball players and cheerleaders at the conclusion of the varsity games. Football will begin at 4:30. 8th grade football players will be honored prior to the start of the football game.
FHS Volleyball travels to Udall tonight. They will play at 4:00. 5:00 and 6:00! No concession stand will be available and all in attendance will be required to wear a mask. Please plan accordingly and abide by the rules at the host school in the spirit of safety and good sportsmanship! Good Luck Lady Falcons!
If you have a child kindergarten through fifth grade interested in joining Cub Scouts contact Mrs. Radke. firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline is Friday, September 4th.
We will also honor our senior cross country and volleyball athletes on Thursday, September 3 prior to the start of the high school football team!
Parents/Guardians at USD 310 - Does your child struggle with stress, anxiety, anger, sadness, or may have big life changes happening right now? If your child does not, or previously has had mental health services and you feel like it would be something that they could benefit from, please let us know by filling out the google form in the Parent Drive below. Our district has expanded our partnership with Horizons Mental Health Center to provide services such as on-site Case Management and Therapy. Horizons will offer billing through certain insurance companies and also give access to a sliding scale option and fee reductions. If you have any questions or would like to find out more information about school-based services, please contact your school liaison, Rachel Barlow, by phone at 620-596-2075 or by email at email@example.com . https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1C3hJ1LQIcG8lOty7lPnVGYA31p5nRstz?usp=sharing
In order to ensure that our athletes are honored, we will be moving parents' night: FMS parents' night--Thursday, September 3 FHS football parents' night--Thursday, September 3 prior to the start of the football game.
The sports preview night that was originally scheduled for Friday, August 28 has been cancelled.
Our Fairfield Washington DC trip is still scheduled. We will be traveling over spring break 2021, starting on March 24th. The company hosting us, "World Strides" is taking precautions to make this trip as safe as possible. There are Fairfield students already signed up and making payments on the trip. There are also many scholarships to apply for that can make the trip affordable. Our Fairfield Trip Coordinator, Mrs. Julie Steen, is hosting a parent/staff zoom next Tuesday, September 1st at 6PM. If you would like an invitation to this zoom, please email Mrs. Steen ASAP at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please let her know if you want to attend the zoom, and she will send the link out on Monday,8/31/20. I only do this trip every other year, so your next opportunity won't be until 2023.
If you had the opportunity to invest 10 minutes in something that would make a positive impact for yourself and others, would you do it? By completing the 2020 census, you help ensure that our state and its communities are able to receive the resources needed to provide essential programs and services. PLEASE take action now! All it takes is 9 minutes to complete the census, and one minute to tell others to take action too! Fill out the 2020 census NOW at https://2020census.gov/ or by phone (844-330-2020).
It is time for school tomorrow and this is what we want to say: "We can't MASK how excited we are to see you." Can you identify these two smiling Fairfield teachers (even though you can't see their smiles) ? Students, we are so happy to get to see you again for the first day of school on August 26th! Remote learners, we are happy that we will virtually get to see you as well.
Do you need childcare in a KDHE licensed facility in our area? Fairfield Daycare has one opening as of today. The opening is for a child 18 months or older and it is a full-time, Monday through Friday spot. The cost is $125 per week and meals are included in that cost. Daycare is open from 7:30 a.m. until 5:30 p.m., but only when school is in session. Parents must provide transportation for daycare students. If you are interested in this position or have questions, contact Katelynn Zongker at email@example.com.
Middle and high school students--check out the video about first day of school procedures! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e54OUnaH0ZI&feature=youtu.be Please check your goEdu accounts for updated class schedules and locker assignments!
Middle School Football Players will be practicing at Stafford this week. Players will need to be at the school by 2:15 today and tomorrow. Pick up time for today and tomorrow will be 5:30 at Fairfield.
Middle School Football Players need to bring their gym shoes to practice today. If you have questions, please contact Coach Treat.
Attention Middle School Football players: Practice will begin at 3:30 on Monday, August 17, not 4:00 as was previously scheduled. Thank you!
Breaking News: Since the Reno County Commissioners voted not to allow local school boards to depart from the Governor's Executive Order 20-59, all students and adults in the main building on campus will be required to wear masks. There is an exception for those with doctor's orders. We tried not to have our youngest students, especially Pre-K, be required to wear masks. However the commissioners did not grant our board the power to make that decision. Also KSDE guidelines require that all students in a main building, even Pre-Kindergarteners, wear masks. If you are a parent of a younger child and this changes your mind about your child attending school, we will still serve them remotely. Please let us know as soon as possible. The changes in regards to masks for students have been made in our Reopening Plan, which you can find at this link: https://5il.co/j00b The information from KSDE is found at this link: https://tinyurl.com/y6q8wpuh Please email an administrator if you have questions: firstname.lastname@example.org (PK-6) email@example.com (7-12) firstname.lastname@example.org (superintendent)
Updated practice schedule: Fall sports practice will begin on Monday, August 17th: High school volleyball--6:00-7:30 AM Cross Country--6:00 AM Middle School Volleyball--3:40-5:30 PM Middle School Football--Monday at Fairfield 4:00 pm; Tuesday-Friday will be at Stafford. Athletes need to be at Fairfield by 3:15 in order to leave for Stafford. The first day of high school football practice will be Tuesday, August 18th from 3:30-5:30 pm. If you have any questions, please call the school!
Middle school football will practice at 4:00 at Fairfield on Monday, August 17th. Practice on Tuesday-Friday will be held at Stafford. Athletes will need to be at Fairfield by 3:15 on Tuesday-Friday.
High school football practice will begin Monday, August 17th from 3:30-5:30. Make sure you have your physical completed prior to practice! You must have a physical turned in before you can practice.
KINDERGARTEN PARENTS: We ask that you take a few minutes fill out both ASQ 2 and ASQ 3 Questionnaires. To participate in this screening study, please access this link or type it into your browser address bar. https://www.asqonline.com/family/9d062a If you do not have Internet access, please contact our school and we can make arrangements to have this filled out. Thanks!
Check out this video from Curtis the Mentalist! https://curtisthementalist.com/virtual-magic-shows-and-mentalism-shows/ There are still a few seats left if you would like to watch Friday night! Contact Julie Steen (email@example.com) so she can send you a link to the program!
Cross Country practice will begin August 17 at 6:00 am. If you have not already returned your physical, please bring it to the first day of practice. It is required before you can practice.
Middle school volleyball practice will begin on Monday, August 17th at 3:40 pm. Please remember you must have your physical turned in before you can practice.
Stafford County Bulldogs Football team is looking for a few more 3rd and 4th graders who are interested in playing football this fall. If you are interested in playing, please contact Coach Brozek @ 620-388-1504.
The Fairfield Board of Education approved a new calendar tonight for the 2020-2021 school year. The first day of school has been moved to Wednesday, August 26th. This change is being made for several reasons. More time is needed for professional development and planning for both onsite and remote learning. Also more time and training is needed for our new and extensive safety protocols. Finally, as most of you know, we have several suspected COVID cases in our area and also some confirmed ones. A number of people are currently in quarantine. Our district is working closely with the Reno County Health Department as we proceed. Our overall goal is to do everything we can to keep our students and staff safe. The updated calendar will be posted on our website tomorrow, Tuesday, August 11. If you have not enrolled yet, please take care of that ASAP. Thanks!
Sports practices will begin on Monday, August 17th. Times of practices will be announced later this week.
Do you have plans next Friday night (August 14)? If not, you may want to join with other Fairfield families to attend the FREE virtual show with Curtis the Mentalist at 6:30 pm! If you are interested, send an email to Julie Steen (firstname.lastname@example.org) for the Zoom link!
Reminder for parents: Enrollment for the 2020-2021 school year runs through Friday. If you have not enrolled your child, please do so by Friday at 2:00 pm. Even if you are choosing the remote learning option, you still need to enroll your child for the school year. If you have any questions, please call the grade school office or high/middle school office.
This Friday, August 7th, will be our last day for our Summer Food Program. A great big thank to Ms. Jaqui and her crew for all their hard work.
Today, August 3rd, the USD #310 Board of Education approved a plan for reopening our schools. You can find this plan on our website by choosing "Documents" along the top and by then choosing the first document entitled "Reopening Plan." You can also see the plan it its entirety under News, "Latest Headlines" on our homepage. This plan is subject to further approval by the Reno County Commission in their upcoming sessions.
Reminder for athletes and parents--Physicals must be completed and turned in by the first official day of practice which is Monday, August 17th! If you do not have a physical turned in to the office, you can not practice!
Congratulations to Mrs. Buckwalter who was selected as the Fairfield representative in the College Football Playoff’s Extra Yard for Teachers Promotion . This season’s designated game is in Manhattan, Kansas, on September 12th against North Dakota. Kansas State will be honoring one teacher from more than 300 school districts across the state for the second year in a row. Mrs. Buckwalter will receive two complimentary tickets to the game, be recognized with all districts’ representatives during the game, and have the opportunity to win a gift card for a classroom project. Teachers and staff will also receive discounted tickets to the game. This discount code will be distributed when single game tickets go on sale. Congratulations go out to Mrs. Buckwalter!
Check out this message from your USD #310 Administrative Team: https://drive.google.com/file/d/12Suj5ZRuH0sPMc33ryd2At8-1K_RFRYU/view?usp=drive_web
Enrollment forms are available online now! Use this link to choose the forms you need to enroll your students. https://www.usd310.org/enrollment--477
The Kansas Board of Education did not approve Gov. Kelly’s executive order to delay the opening of schools until after Labor Day. The board voted 5 to 5 on the executive order, but a tie means a "NO" vote. When school starts is up to each local school board to decide. SO WHEN DO WE START SCHOOL AT FAIRFIELD? Your Board of Education has previously approved a calendar where school for students starts August 19th, 2020. Our website has all of the current dates. You will get your printed calendars at enrollment in the first week of August. Whether you were for or against this order, we will work together with you for solutions to keep your children safe at school.
When does school start? Right now it all depends upon several things. First, the Governor will issue an executive order to not start public school classes until after Labor Day. This is supposed to happen today. Secondly, the Kansas State Board of Education will hold a special meeting to discuss, and then either accept/reject the governor's order. It will be broadcast virtually later this week, maybe Wednesday. (3) What happens after that is still being debated . It could eventually end up being the decision of either our County Commissioners or our local school board. We will let you know once we know. Even though some things are uncertain at this time, one thing is for sure. We are planning on doing what we can to make children and staff safe at school when we do return.
FHS graduation will be held on Sunday, July 19 at 4:00. For those attending, masks must be worn in the building. For anyone who is not comfortable attending the graduation in person, it will be live-streamed at the following link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R70pbGEgD0U&feature=youtu.be
2020 Seniors--If you haven't sent pictures to Mrs. Mathes for the senior slideshow, please do so ASAP so that they can be included in the slideshow at graduation!
Governor Laura Kelly announced today, July 15, that she will issue an executive order next week that will delay the opening of schools until after Labor Day. According to Governor Kelly, this additional time will allow schools to thoroughly review the plan and create strategies that are best for each district.
The State Board of Education on Wednesday accepted the K-12 reopening guidance but board members said local school boards will be making final decisions on how to start the school year. Meanwhile, Gov. Laura Kelly has scheduled a news conference at 3 p.m. today to talk about the upcoming school year. This chart gives an easier-to-understand visualization of the way that things could work! Source: KSDE and KASB
State education officials Tuesday released their guidance to help start the new school year amid the COVID-19 pandemic, but the leaders emphasized that local districts with local input will decide how their schools will reopen. The “Navigating Change 2020” draft guidance was released to the State Board of Education, which is scheduled to vote on it Wednesday. The document is 1,088 pages long. Here is a link to it: https://www.ksde.org/Portals/0/Communications/Navigating%20Change/DRAFT%205%20Navigating%20Change%20Kansas%20Guide%20to%20Learning%20and%20School%20Safety%20Operations-WEB.pdf?ver=2020-07-14-113912-290
Graduation will be Sunday, July 19 at 4:00 PM in the gymnasium! In response to the mask mandate now in effect for Reno County, everyone attending the graduation will be required to wear a mask. Masks will be available as you enter the building or you may bring your own!
Fairfield High School students, we are looking for three more high school girls to fill our cheerleading team. We also have room for more male yell leaders. If you are interested in trying out, please email at Coach McCurry at email@example.com. There will be virtual tryouts beginning the week of July 20th.
Please complete this brief survey to provide important information for our district as we prepare to return to school. https://forms.gle/Rsbni1A9CQVJ8U1U6
The Kansas State Department of Education will release its guidelines to the public this Thursday, July 16th at 12:30. A Fairfield committee composed of teachers, parents, Board of Education members, community members, and staff will be watching Dr. Watson’s zoom session together. Then afterwards we will start refining and editing our existing plan to match the KSDE recommendations. As soon as our plan is available, I will share it with you electronically. The KSDE document is 1078 pages, but we will do our best to follow each recommendation. It’s our goal to do everything we can to keep children as safe as possible. Your Board of Education is committed to this goal and spent considerable time last night discussing aspects of our reopening plan. Please know that we are doing everything we can in an uncertain time. There will also be a parent survey posted soon so you can share how you feel at this point. Thanks for your support and patience in a difficult time. Betsy McKinney, USD #310 Superintendent
There are 5 more weeks of food delivery available to students for volunteer hours! Students, use this link to sign up for any open days. Remember, only one helper per day. If you use this form to sign up and you help on your assigned day, you do NOT have to fill out a community service form! Bonus! https://tinyurl.com/ybkyywuy Sorry parents, only students signed in to their USD 310 account can see the form!
Have you submitted your census yet? Our congressional district is in LAST PLACE for the percentage of people who have taken care of this (61.5%) so please, make sure your and your family are counted! Go to https://2020census.gov/ or call 844-330-2020 and make sure you are included.
Have you registered for the census? Visit https://2020census.gov/ or call 844-330-2020 for more information! It is vitally important that all of us are counted on the 2020 census.
The question has been posed, "WHAT ABOUT SCHOOL THIS FALL?" The answer is that Fairfield is set to open on August 19th for our official first day of school, and we are working hard to make sure our campus and practices are as safe as possible. Working alongside of us are the following groups: Reno County Health Department, Kansas Department of Health & Environment, Kansas State Department of Education, Kansas State High School Activities Association, Reno County Superintendent's Council, and the Center for Disease Control. As the plan develops, we will share more with all you. Thanks for your continued support of our district!
There are still plenty of days available students can sign up to help with food packaging and delivery! Students, use this link to sign up for any open days. Remember, only one helper per day. If you use this form to sign up and you help on your assigned day, you do NOT have to fill out a community service form! Bonus! https://tinyurl.com/ybkyywuy
Congratulations to our FFA students Paisley Smyth and Serena Chantra. Serena was third overall in the state in Employability Skills where she was judged on job interview skills and resume writing. Paisley was sixth in Creed Speaking; she recited the FFA creed and shared her understanding of the creed by answering questions. Congratulations to these students and also others who participated, along with their sponsor Mary Beth Fulk.
Summer meals for the Turon area... The road between Sylvia and Turon is closed for road construction. Miss Jaqui and Jayrena maybe a little later than normal for the next few weeks.
We've had a great group of helpers to fill boxes each day! Thanks to Harris, Jarod, Taylor, Paisley and Eva! Next week we still have some open spots for Monday, Wednesday and Friday. All help is greatly appreciated and earns students community service hours. Students should check school email for the link to the sign up sheet. Link to NEW Community Service Form http://5il.co/47f6
Summer weights and conditioning schedule: M-W-F 6:00-7:00 AM with Mr. Heath Hewitt T-Th--6:30-7:30 A.M with Mrs. Knoche
Community service! The City of Abbyville would like some help painting fire hydrants and a few gas meters in Abbyville. Students who are interested, please click on the link, fill in the form and submit. Mrs. Glascock will send you the number to call and volunteer! https://forms.gle/vBV5notbZYXZp9Zy8
For Fairfield High School students - if you don't have any community service hours yet, we have an opportunity for you! Each weekday at 8:00 am, Fairfield cafeteria packs up food for families in the district and delivers to area towns for pickup. If interested in helping, each day earns about 5 hours of community service. Students should check their email for details and a link to a signup sheet. All Fairfield students need 20 hours of community service before graduation so this is a golden opportunity to earn hours and do some good!
Congratulations to the 2020-2021 FMS Cheer Team: Kinsley Bigler, Fallon Brown, Nataly Chavez, Fatima Espinosa, Luella Hasson, Aubi Katz, Yareli Martinez, Aryn McCurry, and Marissa Pugh.
There will be no summer meal deliveries on Monday, May 25 in observation of Memorial Day. Delivery will resume on Tuesday, May 26.
Reminder that the supply return will be Wednesday, May 20 and Thursday, May 21 from 8-12 and 2-6 both days. At this time, please return all school issued devices, charger cords, hotspots, textbooks, library books, school owned music instruments and any other materials belonging to the school that you might have. When you drop off your materials, please pull up to the front of the school and a staff member will meet you at your car and collect the materials you are returning! If you are attending KRR summer school or participating in cheer tryouts, you do not need to return your items at this time!
Reminder for all 6th and 7th graders wanting to try out for cheer--today is the final day to sign up for try-outs. Email Shea Hewitt at firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to try out!
We just finished a well-attended future senior parents and students Zoom meeting! Thanks to all who attended. Here is the link to tonight's presentation. Seniors - https://5il.co/g4w2 On Monday, we will have a Zoom meeting for current 8th grade parents and students and talk about what they can expect as they start high school next year! Hope to see you Monday!
For parents and students, we had online meetings for the sophomores and juniors earlier this week. The presentations are located on the USD 310 website. We will have a meeting with parents of current juniors about the senior year and what to expect TONIGHT at 7:00 via zoom. If you are interested, check your email for the link. A meeting for current 8th graders and parents about freshman year is scheduled for Monday night at 7:00. Sophomore information - https://5il.co/g4aa Junior information - https://5il.co/g4a9
Due to the overwhelming response for the FPO Pizza Night, Cara's has offered to let us place orders from 10:30 a.m. through 7:30 p.m. The days will stay the same with last names starting with G-M (Wednesday, May 13th) and N-Z (Sunday, May 17th), but the hours to order for those days have been extended. A huge thank you to Cara and her staff for all of their hard work!
Citizenship Awards for Mrs. Radke's 6th grade students: Layla Waters and Bryson Blundell. Fantasitc!
Citizenship Awards for Mrs. Hayden's 5th grade students: Gracie Smyth and Nolan Paredes. Great job!
Citizenship Awards for Mrs. Prieb's 4th grade students: Kinzley Pickett and Ryland Perry. Congrats!
Citizenship Awards for Mrs. Hildebrand and Mrs. McKinney's 3rd grade students: Kourtney Schwab, Alex McCormick, Marshall McCammon, and Quirt Fry. Excellent work!
William Snelling in 1st grade, not Erik. Sorry!
Citizenship Awards for Mrs. Ewy and Mrs. Wilson's 2nd grade students: Maripaz Martinez, Ember Elam, Grady Smyth and Erik McReynolds. Awesome!
Fairfield High School Virtual Tryouts 2020 The high school cheer tryouts will be virtual this year for our 2020-2021 school year. Tryouts are opened to students from freshman to seniors. Tryouts will be conducted through google classroom. You will be required to do a cheer, chant, and the fight song. We will have video examples of each in the google classroom. If you are interested in trying out please contact Coach Knoche (email@example.com) or Coach Hayden (firstname.lastname@example.org) by Wednesday, May 20th. Wednesday, May 20th- Sign up due Friday, May 22nd- tryout content available on google classroom Thursday, May 27th- tryout videos are due by 3:30pm (videos will then be sent to judges) Monday, June 1st- results will be posted Please let Coach Hayden or Coach Knoche know if you have any questions.
Citizenship Awards for Mrs. Knoche and Mrs. Nisly's 1st grade students: Abiliene Busick, Piper Schmidt, Justin Kerns, and Erik McReynolds. Great Job!
Citizenship Awards for Mrs. Albers and Mrs. Zink's kindergarten students: Etta Depew, RaeLynn Hamm, Alex Wilt, and Case Sieren. Great Job!
Citizenship Awards for Mrs. Zongker's PreK: Hadleigh Redenbaugh and Cinch Young. Congrats!
Citizenship Awards for Mrs. Williams PreK: Olivia Goetz and John Copper McMann. Awesome job!
The Citizenship Awards are earned based on the character traits that students display within our school throughout the school year. Teacher from each class nominated a girl and a boy. Congratulations to all winners!
Congratulations to Chance Suhler for having perfect attendance this year! A job well done! Thanks Chance!
I would like to recognize the individual student from our school who has obtained the highest individual AR points during this school year. This student will receive a certificate, a medal, and have the name engraved on the school plaque. Congrates Kora Zongker! 365.5 points!!
The elementary school took over 6,000 AR test and had just over 5,000 points. More importantly, our school comprehension was just over 88%. Great job to all the students, teachers, librarians, and parents for helping our students read!
I would like to thank all of our Senior Falcons that have helped in the elementary school this year. You are always here and ready to help our students. Thank You!
Good afternoon Fairfield Families! We have made it to the final week of school. Supply check in will be May 20 and 21 from 8-12 and 2-6. Please return all school issued devices, chargers, hotspots, textbooks, athletic equipment and library books you may have! If you plan to tryout for high school or middle school cheerleading and need your computer in order to complete your tryout video, please let us know and other arrangements will be made for the return of your devices. Elementary students who are participating in KRR Summer School do not need to return computers at this time.
Fairfield High School graduation will be held July 19, 2020 at 4:00 pm in the gymnasium!
Tonight's board meeting will be live streamed. Please click on the link below. Attached is the agenda for the meeting. The meeting begins at 7 p.m. https://youtu.be/SOE17dN2Qc4
Thank you to everyone who came out and supported the Class of 2020 during our Senior Cruise! It meant so much to our seniors! We look forward to celebrating with a traditional graduation in July!
Class of 2020: With your time at FHS quickly coming to a close, we want to celebrate our seniors. Each day we will spotlight one member of our Class of 2020. We want to thank you for all that you have done during your time at Fairfield High School. Senior Highlight: Chris Feulner Parents: Troy and Linda Koehne Activities: FFA, Pratt Academic Olympics
Class of 2020: With your time at FHS quickly coming to a close, we want to celebrate our seniors. Each day we will spotlight one member of our Class of 2020. We want to thank you for all that you have done during your time at Fairfield High School. Senior Spotlight: Connor Witt Parents: Jed and Christi Witt Activities: Band, choir, cross country, FADD, and basketball.
Class of 2020: With your time at FHS quickly coming to a close, we want to celebrate our seniors. Each day we will spotlight one member of our Class of 2020. We want to thank you for all that you have done during your time at Fairfield High School. Senior Highlight: Tate Bontrager Parents: Troy Bontrager and Jenn Fast Activities: Basketball, FFA, tennis, and FAC
Class of 2020: With your time at FHS quickly coming to a close, we want to celebrate our seniors. Each day we will spotlight one member of our Class of 2020. We want to thank you for all that you have done during your time at Fairfield High School. Senior Highlight: Joden Lawrence Parents: Jayrena Lawrence Activities: All-School Play, Football, Basketball, Impact, Band, Choir Track, and FAC
Class of 2020: With your time at FHS quickly coming to a close, we want to celebrate our seniors. Each day we will spotlight one member of our Class of 2020. We want to thank you for all that you have done during your time at Fairfield High School and we look forward to celebrating your successes! Senior Spotlight: Madison Spence Parents: April Woolsey Activities: Band, Choir, All-School Play, FADD, Forensics Plans after high school: I will attend HCC for cosmetology school.
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Class of 2020: With your time at FHS quickly coming to a close, we want to celebrate our seniors. Each day we will spotlight one member of our Class of 2020. We want to thank you for all that you have done during your time at Fairfield High School and we look forward to celebrating your successes! Senior Spotlight: Felicity Nienke Parents: Josh and Jennifer Nienke Activities: All-School Play, Forensics, FADD, Track, Yearbook, NHS. Plans after high school: Attend HCC
If you would like to apply for the Meals-to-You boxes, here is the link https://mealstoyou.org/emergency-meals-to-you-application/. It is up to the parents/guardians to apply for the meals. Meals will be delivered via UPS to your homes. Enrollment dates are May 6th-15th.
Class of 2020: With your time at FHS quickly coming to a close, we want to celebrate our seniors. Each day we will spotlight one member of our Class of 2020. We want to thank you for all that you have done during your time at Fairfield High School and we look forward to celebrating your successes! Senior: Bailey Basye Parents: Aaron and Darcy Basye Activities: Basketball, Volleyball, Band, Choir, FADD, Power Lifting, FAC, NHS, Yearbook. Plans after high school: I plan to attend HCC next year and major in nursing.
Fairfield Schools wants to provide food and nutrition to our students even during this time while school is closed, so we’re announcing a new program that will deliver meals at your doorstep for free. This program is called Meals-to-You, and it is a partnership between our district, the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and Baylor University. Your student(s) enrolled at Fairfield Schools are eligible to participate in the program. If you have questions please email Amy Riggs at email@example.com. Please note that enrollment starts 5/6/2020. Please see the attached flyers for more information.
Class of 2020: With your time at FHS quickly coming to a close, we want to celebrate our seniors. Each day we will spotlight one member of our Class of 2020. We want to thank you for all that you have done during your time at Fairfield High School and we look forward to celebrating your successes! Senior: Arik Cochran Parents: Claude and Shelly Cochran Activities: Football Plans after high school: I plan to attend HCC.
Class of 2020: With your time at FHS quickly coming to a close, we want to celebrate our seniors. Each day we will spotlight one member of our Class of 2020. We want to thank you for all that you have done during your time at Fairfield High School and we look forward to celebrating your successes! Senior: Keegan Haumont Parents: Morgan and Janel Haumont Activities: Band, basketball, football, tennis, track, scholars bowl, FAC, power lifting, SkillsUSA Plans after high school: I plan to attend HCC next year along with working for my uncle in the plumbing industry.
Class of 2020: With your time at FHS quickly coming to a close, we want to celebrate our seniors. Each day we will spotlight one member of our Class of 2020. We want to thank you for all that you have done during your time at Fairfield High School and we look forward to celebrating your successes! Senior Highlight: Ethan Hall Parents: James and Patricia Hall Activities: Band, basketball, choir, FAD, FFA, football, track, FAC. Plans after high school: I have joined the Navy.
Class of 2020: With your time at FHS quickly coming to a close, we want to celebrate our seniors. Each day we will spotlight one member of our Class of 2020. We want to thank you for all that you have done during your time at Fairfield High School and we look forward to celebrating your successes! Senior Spotlight: Lizzie Hansen Parents: Brent and Megan Hansesn Activities: All-School play, cheer, choir, FADD, FAC, Student Council, Choir, Basketball, and Resist. Plans after high school: I am attending HCC for cosmetology school.
Class of 2020: With your time at FHS quickly coming to a close, we want to celebrate our seniors. Each day we will spotlight one member of our Class of 2020. We want to thank you for all that you have done during your time at Fairfield High School and we look forward to celebrating your successes! Senior: Serena Chantra Parent(s): Ricki Greeson Activities: Cheer, Band, Choir, All-School Play, Track, Scholar's Bowl, FFA, Volleyball, National Honor Society, FAC, National Honor Society, FADD Plans after high school: I will attend HCC to study psychology and then transfer to WSU. I plan to pursue a masters degree.
Class of 2020: With your time at FHS quickly coming to a close, we want to celebrate our seniors. Each day we will spotlight one member of our Class of 2020. We want to thank you for all that you have done during your time at Fairfield High School. Senior: Abigail Geesling Parents: Eric and Danielle Geesling Activities: All-School play, band, choir, FFA, FAC, Student Council, Forensics, Scholar's Bowl, Trapshooting, Cheer, Track, National Honor Society and Dance. Plans After High School--I plan to attend FHSU and study tourism and hospitality.
Reno County Press Release: As of noon today (4/26/20) there are 27 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Reno County. This is according to the Reno County Health Department press release.
This Wednesday (4/29/2020) during the regular food routes for Fairfield student meals, we will also be able to deliver some groceries to our families. As a reminder, the meal delivery is at the following location and times: Langdon City Office & Plevna School (11 am); Arlington Community Center and Sylvia Park (11:20 am); Arlington Methodist Church (11:35 am); Turon Park (11:45 am); and Abbyville Park (12:00 pm).Thank you to the following groups for your part in this effort: Reno County Food Bank, United Way, and Reno County Area Transit. Thank you to the following volunteers for helping sort/pack groceries: Janet Barlow, Rachel Barlow, Lou Ann Buckwalter, Scott Flaming, Betsy McKinney, Missy Salazar, Mike Treat, and Darrin SanRomani.
Class of 2020: With your time at FHS quickly coming to a close, we want to celebrate our seniors. Each day we will spotlight one member of our Class of 2020. We want to thank you for all that you have done during your time at Fairfield High School and we look forward to celebrating your successes! Senior Spotlight: Kaylyn Bauman Parents: Luke Bauman and Kristen Bauman Activities: FFA, Basketball, Volleyball, Track, All School Play, Band, Choir, Impact Club, Resist, FAC, Student Council, Cheerleading, National Honor Society Future Plans: I am attending Hutchinson Community College. I will be working towards a bachelor's degree in nursing and specializing in the Special Care Unit and the NICU.
It’s Falcon Friday! Send us your pictures showing your Falcon Pride!
Fairfield High School wishes to congratulate Kaylyn Bauman as an NHS Scholarship recipient. Kaylyn was chosen from nearly 7,000 applicants. Recipients are chosen based on their demonstrated work to support the four pillars of NHS: scholarship, service, leadership, and character. Join us in congratulating Kaylyn and her accomplishments!
FAIRFIELD BOARD HOLDS APRIL MEETING The USD #310 Board of Education met on Monday, April 13th, 2020. Board Clerk Amy Riggs and Technology Director Scott Flaming were the other people in attendance, as the meeting was projected on an online platform so patrons could also be involved. Besides the normal monthly consent agenda items, the board discussed and took action on two major items. First was the expansion of the Fairfield Daycare. Based upon the need and demand for more spots in our current daycare program, the board voted 7-0 to move our daycare from a level one to a level two. The children will still be in one room but will now have two adults present. In addition, more children can be served. The Fairfield Daycare remains focused on meeting the needs of our staff first as a way to help recruit and retain staff. Additional spots not used may be filled by community members, using a waiting list format. The second major decision made by the board included the 7-0 approval of a new track and asphalt underlayment. On our current (original) track, the top surface along with the underlayment is cracked and unusable for competition. The board approved a bid from Beynon Sports for the BSS 200 track system ($ 136,026.03) and also a bid from Apac ($ 108,507.45) for the underlayment asphalt milling and work. The work is projected to be finished by the time school starts for the 2020-2021 school year. Other business discussed included an update on the progress of the district’s Continuous Learning Plan and reports from the principals. The administration is contacting parents of students who are behind in their online work and grades are being posted. Teachers are also in contact with parents and students. It is a different format of learning entirely, but it is working.
Tonight's Board of Education meeting can be streamed live from the following link: https://youtu.be/QMyvfUfGB6g Attached is the agenda for the meeting.
The District Office will be closed April 10th in observance of Good Friday.
Parents: Is your tween or teen found suddenly in charge of helping to take care of other children? Help them feel better prepared with activities, snacks and information with our program “Suddenly in Charge!” 👪 ksre.k-state.edu/families/suddenly-in-charge https://spark.adobe.com/video/uNwtZYQb2i5gS
FES student Georgia Fry was awarded second place in the state Ft. Larned Old Guard Art Contest. She was notified of the award by mail this week. Georgia also received 4 books and $50.00 cash. Georgia is the daughter of Scott and Patti Fry; her Social Studies teacher who coordinated the project for Fairfield students was Mrs. Radke. Congratulations!
We have created a family check-in for all Fairfield families. Please let us know how you are doing and if there is any thing we can do to help by filling out this form! https://forms.gle/28e3aK72vmzZedKRA Thank you and we hope you are all doing well. We miss seeing you!
Hats off to Jaqui Conrad and all of those who helped her deliver 316 meals today!
THE SADNESS IS REAL: An open letter to teachers Grief means you loved well. By Tricia Lott Williford, 3-26-2020 “What’s keeping you awake at night?” A friend of mine asks this question when she wants to get to the heart of what’s on the minds of the people she loves. The worries that keep us awake at night can point to the core of who we are.What’s on my mind tonight? The teachers. It’s 3:00 in the morning, and I can’t get you out of my mind. You didn’t plan on this. And let’s be honest: teachers are planners. This is one giant curveball. You were gearing up for spring break – that’s all the time off you needed. One week off, and then you had plans to head into the homestretch of the school year, the weeks we’ve all been waiting for. The most fun units that you save for springtime. The sentimental traditions. The finish lines. That last stretch where your team rounds third base and heads for home plate. And now this, the closure that was one week, then two, and now four, probably eight, but who really knows? I taught kindergarten and third grade, and the thought of someone taking my kiddos away from me in those last weeks? Well, it has me awake tonight, feeling so very sad for you. I would have worried for the kids who were hungry – for food, yes, but also for soul care. For eye contact. For morning hugs and high-fives and secret handshakes. There’s so much you can learn by looking at your students, by the way they slump over their desk during a spelling test and the way they hold the book too close or too tight when they’re in the reading corner. You have spent months, weeks, days, and a million moments with them. Your heartstrings are tied to them, and now your heart feels stretched in so many directions that it’s frayed down the middle. A kindergarten teacher I know lined her kiddos up for the “last day,” and one of her students said, “Well, I hope I see you again.” Oh, bless it all. That’s too much. This isn’t how it’s supposed to be. In beginning literacy, we teach them that every good story has a beginning, middle, and an end… but your ending just got interrupted. I get you, teachers. In a week’s time, you’ve gone from being overlooked and underpaid, to now finally being recognized as some of the most important players who keep our world spinning. You’re the glitter and the glue. And I hear you saying, “Right. We knew that, actually. Now can everybody just follow directions so we can get this virus under control and I can have my students back? We’ve got work to do.” I hear you, teachers. I get you. You can call it work, but really it’s love. You had more loving to do this year, and you thought you had more time. I can’t fix it for you. But I know a thing or two about grief, and there’s a lot to be said for naming what is sad and letting it be sad. So I can sit in the space with you, I can lie awake at night with you on my mind, and I can get up to tell you this: the grief is real and valid and yours. Grief means you loved well. Thank you for loving our kids this hard, this much, this well. From: https://abcnews.go.com/GMA/Family/sadness-real-open-letter-teachers/story?id=69798658&cid=clicksource_4380645_22_big_feature_bf_related
Good Afternoon Fairfield Families! Just a reminder that online/remote learning will begin on Monday, March 30. Most students have received their materials and personal belongings. Families who do not have internet service at home have been contacted and arrangements have been made for your students to continue learning. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the district office or your child's teacher.
Last night the USD #310 Board of Education approved a Continuous Learning Plan for Fairfield students that is set to launch on Monday, March 30th, 2020. PK-3 parents will be contacted by their teachers (either by phone, email, or a packet sent home today with the child's things) and 4th-12th grade students need to check their previously established emails, Google Classrooms, or DOJO accounts. They may also have packets sent home with their things today that have instructions on where to begin. If you have questions (students or parents) please don't hesitate to email teachers.
To: Fairfield Parents/Guardians From: Scott Flaming, Technology Director Thank you for your help during this unprecedented time by assisting in the continuation of your child's learning. We are here to help your child get the resources they need in order to keep them on a successful track for their educational studies. Part of those resources will include a laptop they would normally be using at school. Your student's laptop has filtering that was designed for use while on school premises, and it's important for you to know that the filtering probably won't work correctly off-site, especially for elementary students. These chromebooks do, however, have a history in the chrome browser designed not to be erased by the student. Some suggested practices may include having the student complete work on their laptop in a common gathering area of a room like the kitchen or living room. Parents can also periodically check the history of the browser. If you need technical assistance, please feel free to contact Scott Flaming at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Parents and Students: If you have school library books at home, please feel free to return them tomorrow when you pick up all of your belongings! We will have someone here to collect them! Thank you!
Fairfield Students and Parents, During this time of uncertainty we want you to know that we're here for you. If you are in need of social services, mental health resources or just someone to listen please feel free to contact either Janet Barlow at email@example.com or Rachel Barlow at firstname.lastname@example.org. "When it's dark be the one who turns on the light." https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=kqlvWpYnvtA&app=desktop
USD 310 Student Supply Pick-Up Thank you for your patience and understanding during this unprecedented time! Please let your children know that everyone here at Fairfield is missing them and we are eager to see them again! Teachers will be reaching out to students in the next couple of days. We have arranged times for you to pick up your students belongings. This will take place on Wednesday, March 25 from 9-12 and then again from 2-5. Please pull up in front of the high school/middle school entrance. A staff member will communicate with you regarding for whom you are picking up supplies for and then deliver them to your vehicle. The idea behind this method is to limit the amount of contact with adults/children during this exchange. Please be patient with us during this process, stay in your vehicle as we are allowed a limited number of staff members per KDHE rules. If parents are unable to pick up items during this time, please contact your building principals to make alternate arrangements for pick up!
SCTELCOM Turon Area Customers: Your provider has really stepped up and should be commended for their efforts during this unprecedented situation! SCTELCOM is committed to keeping our customers and communities connected. Through May 31, 2020, SCTELCOM is offering the following: SCTELCOM is providing free Internet and WIFI access for the purpose of online learning to households with K-12 students, teachers and/or college students who do not already have a SCTELCOM Internet subscription. SCTELCOM has upgraded ALL existing fiber optic Internet subscribers to at least the SOCIAL SURFER package with no additional monthly charge. ALL other existing fiber optic Internet subscribers with SCTELCOM’s Managed WIFI have been upgraded to the SMART HOME package. These upgrades are in effect until May 31, 2020. SCTELCOM is providing as many ‘Drive Up WIFI’ hotspots as possible in our service areas for free public use. Watch Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, as well as the SCTELCOM website for notices regarding new Drive Up WIFI hotspots in the coming days and weeks. Finally, SCTELCOM will NOT disconnect any service due to non-payment through May 31, 2020. Monthly charges will continue to be billed, but late notice penalties will be waived through May 30, 2020. The SCTELCOM network is reliable and will continue to provide our customers consistent, “always on”, connectivity with NO DATA CAPS. SCTELCOM employees are equally capable of providing support to our customers. Sincerely, Carla Shearer, CEO *SC Telcom can be reached at (877) 723-6875. *Cited From: "SCTelcom Efforts During the COVID-19 Pandemic." March 20, 2020 http://sctelcom.net/sctelcom-efforts-during-the-covid-19-pandemic/.
Ready for some good news??? Our very own BRENDA UNRUH (Fairfield USD #310 Math Teacher) has been chosen to be inducted to the Kansas Teachers' Hall of Fame. The official induction ceremony is scheduled to be held later in June. We are so happy for Mrs. Unruh and very proud that she is a Fairfield Falcon!
Fairfield Staff decided to give up their scheduled Spring Break and are working on finishing up our district's Continuous Learning Plan, set to launch next week. What is Continuous Learning? Just as the name implies, this will allow Kansas students to continue learning despite school buildings being closed for the rest of the year. Fairfield's instructional model will include a blending of non-technology and virtual platforms. We are working on our Continuous Learning Plan, while at the same time following the guidance of our local health departments and the Kansas Department of Health and Environment. We will focus on essential learning for students and use materials, resources and platforms that already are in place. Each teacher will have "office hours," where they can be contacted if a student or parent has questions. Our Technology Director will also be available to help with this process. Right now we are looking for area businesses and/or churches that are willing to share internet access to those that park near their buildings. If your group will provide this and has an unlimited plan, please contact our district office at 620-596-2152. Thanks for your help and support. Stay tuned for more details and also for the announcement of when student supplies will be available for pick-up. This will most likely be a situation where you drive up to school, stay in your car, and a staff member will deliver your student's things to your car. The USD #310 School Board will meet Tuesday, 3/24/2020 at 7:00 p.m. to examine and approve the Continuous Learning Plan. We just published a link that you can use to view this meeting.
Here is the link for the special USD #310 BOE meeting on 3/24/2020 at 7 p.m. https://youtu.be/Wfk11NubUjs
Reminder: USD 310 will be providing free lunches for students aged 1-18 during the week of March 23-27. Meals will be delivered on Monday, March 23 and Wednesday, March 25. On Monday, students will receive lunch for both Monday and Tuesday. The Wednesday delivery will include lunches for Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Students will not be required to eat on site. Meals will be delivered to the following locations: Langdon City Office--11-11:10 Arlington Community Center--11:20-11:30 Arlington Methodist Church--11:35-11:45 Abbyville Park--12-12:10 Plevna School--11-11:10 Sylvia Park--11:20-11:30 Turon Park--11:45-12:00 If you have any questions, please contact food service director Jaqui Conrad at 620-596-2007--Thank you!
USD 310 will be providing free lunches for students aged 1-18 during the week of March 23-27. Meals will be delivered on Monday, March 23 and Wednesday, March 25. On Monday, students will receive lunch for both Monday and Tuesday. The Wednesday delivery will include lunches for Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Students will not be required to eat on site. Meals will be delivered to the following locations: Langdon City Office--11-11:10 Arlington Community Center--11:20-11:30 Arlington Methodist Church--11:35-11:45 Abbyville Park--12-12:10 Plevna School--11-11:10 Sylvia Park--11:20-11:30 Turon Park--11:45-12:00 If you have any questions, please contact food service director Jaqui Conrad at 620-596-2007--Thank you!
We hope this may answer some of your questions during this time of uncertainty. FAQ Can I come get my things (or my child’s things) from school? Not yet, but soon. We will let you know. Right now our plan is to deliver most of the things you will need to you, if you are unable to come get them. Can I come to school? Not now. We have been advised to keep everyone out this week. Will the teachers come back? Yes. We will have an entire week of planning to prepare for our continuous education plan. Can students eventually come to school for things like shop classes? That may or may not happen, but we know that we must stay below the groups of 10 for now. How will online learning work? We will put together an awesome plan and share the details with you later when they are available. What if I don’t have the internet at home, or if my internet data plan is limited? We are looking at options for you to be able to have the internet. If all else fails, your student will do a more traditional type of schoolwork. Are the meals going to continue? Yes, even during spring break. We are working on a possible plan to use our buses to deliver meals to country kids. Are the meals free? Yes, for ages 1-18. At this time, we can’t sell meals for adults. That may be an option later. What if I have other questions? Please be patient, as this is a developing situation and we may not have all the answers yet. Our principals can be reached at email@example.com (FMS & FHS) and dsanromani@usd310 (PreK and K-6). Our daycare director can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. These people may be able to help answer some of your questions. Is this going to work? Yes, we will make it work. We will be stronger on the other side of this situation.
Reminder that meals will be delivered today. You will receive meals for Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday in today’s delivery.
Today, March 17, 2020 Governor Laura Kelly announced all school facilities will be closed for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year. This will place tremendous hardship on our families and staff, and impact the social and emotional well-being of our students. We have been working on contingency plans since mid-March, including how we can continue to meet the ongoing learning needs of our students and provide meals for our students as well. Our staff and board of education are also working on other critical issues, such as what this means for our seniors, how this will affect next school year and what impact this will have on our employees. We will provide updates on these issues as soon as the information is available. We are committed to working together as a community to support one another throughout these unprecedented times, and communication will remain a top priority. We will continue updating you on our Live Feed portion of our website as well as on our official Facebook page. We will make all-calls once our plan is in place to share our educational plans with all of you. Call the district office at 620-596-2152 if you are not on our All Call list at present. As a reminder, this school closure is in response to the current public health crisis. The focus should remain on preventing the spread of the coronavirus, or COVID-19 as it is also referred to. Please be mindful of the following: Wash your hands frequently with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Cover your nose and mouth when coughing and sneezing. Cough/sneeze into your sleeve or a tissue. Keep sick children at home Avoid close contact with anyone with cold or flu-like symptoms. Follow additional guidance from these sources: National Center for Disease Control (https://www.cdc.gov/) Kansas Dept. of Health and Environment (http://www.kdheks.gov) Reno County Health Dept. (https://www.renogov.org/239/Health-Department) We are Fairfield strong. We will make it through this difficult time. Stay tuned for more information. Derek Zongker, USD 310 Board of Education President Betsy McKinney, USD #310 Superintendent
We have had several questions regarding prom on April 4. With the school closure due to COVID-19, we will be rescheduling prom, but at this time we do not have any more details. We will inform everyone of those changes once we have more information.
USD 310 will be providing free lunches for students aged 1-18 during the week of March 16-20. Meals will be delivered on Monday, March 16 and Wednesday, March 18. On Monday, students will receive lunch for both Monday and Tuesday. The Wednesday delivery will include lunches for Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Students will not be required to eat on site. Meals will be delivered to the following locations: Langdon City Office--11-11:10 Arlington Community Center--11:20-11:30 Arlington Methodist Church--11:35-11:45 Abbyville Park--12-12:10 Plevna School--11-11:10 Sylvia Park--11:20-11:30 Turon Park--11:45-12:00 If you have any questions, please contact food service director Jaqui Conrad at 620-596-2007--Thank you!
USD 310 is in the process of applying for a school lunch waiver which will allow us to deliver meals during our closure for COVID-19. Please keep checking back for further updates. This meal service could begin as soon as Monday morning. We will keep everyone posted as soon as we hear back from the state.
By request of KSDE, Fairfield Schools will be closed this week (3/16-3/20) and also remain closed the following week for our regularly scheduled Spring Break. This is being done statewide as an effort to stem the spread of COVID-19. Please try over the next two weeks to avoid being in large groups of people. The District Office will remain open, and custodial staff will report to do a deep cleaning. We are currently working on a plan to deliver food to students in each community and once that is finalized, we will make an another all-call. Teachers will not be on campus, nor will any other employee unless they are custodial or food service. No USD #310 buses will run. Thank you for your support and patience. This is unchartered territory for all of us, but we will make it through.
This is information regarding our plan at Fairfield to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. This information is current as of today, March 13th, 2020, but is subject to change if the CDC, KDHE, KSDE, and Reno County Health Departments advise otherwise. It is important that we all stay calm, wash our hands, and do what can to stop the spread of this virus.
The following events are cancelled for next week at USD 310: FHS Forensics Tournament (3/14); Farm2U FFA Field Trip (3/16); Parent Teacher Conferences (3/17 & 3/18); and the Vo-Tech Tour for (3/17.) Parents are encouraged to contact their child's teachers to arrange conferences via telephone, internet, or email. These changes are in response to CDC, KDHE, and KSDE guidelines for schools to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. Sorry for any inconvenience.
The NJCAA basketball tournament in Hutchinson has been postponed, therefore, the FAC and basketball teams will not be attending the games on Monday, March 16.
On Saturday March 7th the Falcon Powerlifters traveled to Trego Community High School. It was a long day but everyone competed hard and many set new maxes for themselves. We also had a couple of medalists. Eva Schwertfeger placed 3rd in the bench press, and Paisley Smyth placed 1st in the bench press, 1st in the squat and 1st for overall weight lifted in her class.
Bike raffle tonight will begin approximately at 8:45 pm. Winners have to be present in order to win the bikes.
Come out to Fairfield tonight for our FPO Carnival from 6-9:00. There will be concession stand, games, inflatables, silent auction, bike raffle, and great family fun. Bracelets are $10 each.
Lady Falcons fall to Cunningham. Thanks for a great season ladies!
We hope to see a lot of you tonight at Fairfield for Family Fun Night. Remember, everything is free, including a great meal. If you did not RSVP, you can still come. Things kick off at 6:00 PM..
The FHS Lady Falcons vs. Cunningham Wildcats basketball game will be live-streamed on the USD 350 St. John Facebook page. Find the game here: https://www.facebook.com/St-John-Hudson-Tigers-USD-350-164984040200335/
Don't forget the Falcon Family Fun Night tomorrow (Friday, 2/28/20) at 6 pm. All activities are FREE, including a baked potato bar, snacks, art projects, pre-school crafts & games, two open gyms, basketball, relays, board games, open weight room 6-7:30, informational meeting on Vaping by RESIST and Rise UP Reno, Family Feud Contest, Skits & Drama Games, and a session called "Peace Out" on learning fun ways to deal with anxiety. We are doing this to offer the families of the Fairfield Community an opportunity to have fun together at our campus. Hope to see you there, if you are not at St. John supporting our Lady Falcons.
Lady Falcons will play Friday, February 28th at 6 pm in the 2nd round of regional play at St. John High School.
Lady Falcons defeat Stafford 44-33
Falcons fall 33-35. Thanks for a great season guys!
At half FHS boys trail Pretty Prairie 21-15
Results from PCC Academic Olympics: 3rd Acting-Duet - Mason Kalmar/Jarod Bauman 3rd Biology II - Serena Chantra 3rd Business Math - Hailey Richardson 1st Computer Science - Harris Siller 3rd Computer Software Applications - Harris Siller 3rd Current Events - Ole Duensing 3rd Pre-Calculus - Jacob Bauman 2nd Quick Draw Art - Haylie Keaton Great job Falcons! We are proud of you!!!!
Lady Falcon basketball will take on Stafford in the first round of regional play on Tuesday, February 25 at FHS. The game will begin at 7:00 pm. Admission will be $7 for adults and $5 for students. No passes will be accepted during post season play. Come cheer on the Falcons.
The FHS boys basketball team will travel to Pretty Prairie for the first round of regional play on Monday, February 24. The game will begin at 7:00. Admission is $7 for adults and $5 for students. No passes will be accepted, as this is post season play. Come cheer on the Falcons!
Falcons fall to Ellinwood.
Lady Falcons fall to Ellinwood.
Falcons fall to Skyline
Lady Falcons win 52-43
JV boys lose to Skyline
JV girls win 15-8
Students in Health last week traveled to the grocery store to learn how to compare products by reading the nutritional facts label. They also sampled different energy/granola bars and learned where to find the ingredients whether they were actually healthy food choices.