FP BOE Seeking Community Input

The Fairview Park City Schools Board of Education is looking to the community to provide input on the District Facilities Project, an initiative that has been presented by school administration through building tours, community forums, coffee talks (Q&A Sessions), and the formation of a Facilities Advisory Committee (FAC) over the past year.

Each resident plays a role in this important decision — whether they are directly tied to the schools or not — because when students are successful, the community is positioned to thrive. 

Facility improvements are needed to support students who can fully embrace the Fairview Advantage: the district’s framework for student success that focuses on delivering exceptional services and academic programs to challenge the mind and instill the joy of learning and responsible citizenship.

At a Special Board Meeting on May 31, the FAC will present their recommendation to the board. The board will then spend three weeks reviewing the option presented along with all community feedback. This is your opportunity to share your ideas, ask questions, or voice concerns.

Join Superintendent Bill Wagner at an upcoming coffee talk: Q&A on facilities on June 6, 13, or 20 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the BOE Office, located at 21620 Mastick Road. You can also share your feedback with us at AskFairviewSchools@fairview.k12.oh.us.

At the June 21 Regular Board Meeting, the board will vote on which initiative to place on the November ballot.

Resources are available on the school’s web site, fairviewparkschools.org, and include all options presented at recent community forums, survey data, tax and property value information, and a schedule of upcoming meetings.

I encourage all members of the community to share feedback with us. We look forward to hearing from you.

Joslyn Dalton

Joslyn Dalton is President of the Board of Education for Fairview Park City Schools.

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Volume 3, Issue 12, Posted 3:10 PM, 06.01.2016