District News
March 27, 2015 will now be a full day of school for all students, due to exceeding the number of calamity days allowed. 
Parent Teacher Conferences
Conferences cancelled on February 19 will be held on March 4 and the conferences cancelled on February 24 will be held on March 12..  
 As of July 1, 2014, Ohio schools no longer operate under five calamity days, and the need to make-up additional calamity days beyond five.  School districts now have a minimum number of hours instead of days they must be in session during the school year.  Fairless is in session additional hours beyond the state minimum requirements for 2014-2015.  Our excess hours translate into nine total calamity days before we must make up hours of instruction.  As of January 14, 2015, we have closed school five days.  NOTE: In future school years, our excess hours could change based upon our early release and staff in-service.
Middle School Recognition
The Fairless Middle School has been recognized as 1 of 98 Schools of Promise, and 1 of 48 High Performing Schools of Honor in the State of Ohio.

Ohio is recognizing schools for maintaining high academic achievement.  "Education is making a difference, and these teachers, students, leaders, and communities are making a difference for the boys and girls in their local schools," said Dr. Richard A. Ross, Superintendent of Public Instruction. Please read the letter of congratulations received from Senator Scott Oelslager/uploads/8543F781-CEE6-404F-A51B-FDFE8100A986/fms.schoolofpromise.pdf

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