Email Verification for FinalForms
For the 2019-2020 school year Fairless Local Schools will be utilizing FinalForms, a new online platform, to handle many of our back-to-school forms.  For this to work smoothly, we need to make sure our information in the system is up to date.  Please take a minute to fill out a survey by clicking HERE to verify the email address that you check frequently.  All communication through FinalForms will be through this address so it's important that we are current with our information.  Thank you for your time and have a great summer!



Chromebook Tech Fee Grades 6-11

 
SOCIAL MEDIA THREATS - CLICK HERE
 

 
Calamity Day Information
Information about school closings can be found HERE
 


 
The Class of 2019 to be Inducted into the Hall of Honor

The Distinguished Fairless Falcon Award Committee exists to annually recognize outstanding Fairless individuals that have achieved distinction in their lives and/or chosen fields after high school through significant contributions to their careers, communities, or personal achievements. The purpose of the Hall of Honor is threefold:

  1. Recognize and honor alumni, faculty, staff, non-graduates, and community members who have brought honor to the Fairless Local Schools.

  2. To establish in the hearts of our youth a motivating influence to excel.

  3. To foster pride, scholarship, preserve good sportsmanship, and citizenship in our school, city, and community. 

Those who receive the Distinguished Fairless Falcon Award become members of the Fairless Hall of Honor.

The Class of 2019 Distinguished Fairless Falcons to be inducted into the Hall of Honor are:

Mr. Jon Dwyer - Jon graduated from Fairless High School in 1976.  He was a three-year letterman at Fairless and was the last Fairless player to be named All Federal League in 1974.  He held the record for the longest rushing touchdown (88 yards) vs. Akron Hoban in 1975 and held the single-game record for rushing attempts, 52, versus Oakwood in 1974. Jon was also a two-year letterman in Track at Fairless.  He was the first district qualifier for track since 1966 in the 100-yard dash in 1975. Qualified for state in 1976 also in the 100-yard dash. He set the school record for accumulated points in running events for the season in the 100, 200, 400 relay.  Among all of his athletic accomplishments, Jon was also involved with National Honor Society. Upon graduation, Jon was appointed to the United States Military Academy at West Point. There he was the 3rd leading rusher and 4th in receptions in both 1976 and 1977.  Jon later transferred to Kent State University where he became co-captain of the 1980 team. Jon has spent over 35 years in sales in the woodworking industry. He was the regional sales manager at Reneer Films, the Vice President of sales at Therm O Web, Inc. and is currently self-employed at JL Sales Associates.
Mr. Gene Feucht - Gene graduated in 1953 from Navarre High School.  Gene began his career in education as a teacher at the former Beach City Elementary School.  There he taught fifth and sixth grades and later moved on to teach 7th and 8th grade within the district as well.  Gene was also a teacher at North Canton Junior High School. Gene became the principal at Northwest Intermediate School in 1968 and moved on to become the principal at Northwest High School.  When Perry opened their new Pfeiffer Middle School in 1975, Gene was brought in to be the first principal of that school. Gene later became the Director of Curriculum, the Assistant Superintendent, and ultimately the Superintendent at Perry Local Schools.  Gene was also the Interim Superintendent at Osnaburg Local Schools and from 1994 to 2001 served as the director of the Stark/Portage Area Computer Consortium. Most recently, Gene served as the Interim Superintendent of Strasburg School District.  
Mr. Brett Niver - Brett graduated from Fairless High School in 1978.  While at Fairless, Brett was involved in the band, French Club, track, and was on the Academic Challenge Team.   Brett went on to obtain his Master’s of Science in Computer Science from Kent State University. Brett credits his interest in computer science to his father who began the computer science program at a small liberal college where he taught.  Throughout his professional career, Brett has left his mark on the technological world. He was a Senior Software Engineer at Eastman Kodak, an engineer and consultant at Diebold, a software department manager at Electric Device Corp., at Consultant for Data General, and was a Senior Manager at Dell EMC.  Brett also earned his Diplom, Ing. (the German equivalent of a Master’s Degree in Engineering) in Karlsruhe, Germany. Brett has been involved in developing twenty-two patents and was awarded the Blackstone Valley Entrepreneur of the Year in 2013. Currently, Brett is the President of Irrigation Automation Systems and is a Senior Global Software Manager at Red Hat, Inc.

The Class of 2019 will be inducted in a ceremony at Fairless High School on November 1st at 1:00 p.m. 

Say Something Anonymous Reporting System

Fairless Schools will be launching the “Say Something Anonymous Reporting System” (SS-ARS) with our students in Grades 6-12 the week of November 26th. This program teaches students, teachers, and administrators how to recognize warning signs and signals, especially within social media, of individuals who may be a threat to themselves or others and Say Something to a trusted adult OR use its anonymous reporting system. Specifically, the program educates participants to:

    • Recognize the signs and signals of at-risk behaviors – 
        especially within social media

    • Take every sign and signal seriously; act quickly to get help 
        by talking to a trusted adult OR

    • Report it anonymously through SS-ARS 24/7 Crisis
 Center, mobile app, or website

Parent Letter

Parent Guide


NEW Cafeteria Charging Policy
A new policy concerning cafeteria charges will be in place for the 2018-19 school year.  Please read this important information.  Click here for the policy.
 




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Middle School:  330-767-4293
Elementary School:  330-767-3913
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