District News
 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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