News & Announcements

School District Record of School Associated Cases of Covid

Posted on September 27th, 2021

Click on the link below for more information and the link to the virtual meeting.


Joint Letter to Families

Posted on August 10th, 2021



Joint Letter to Families

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Specifications for snow removal

Posted on July 13th, 2021

Click the following link for Bid specifications

2021 – 2022 School Calendar

Posted on May 14th, 2021


Athletics Forms that must be completed and on file for all spring sport athletes

Posted on March 26th, 2021

The following forms must be completed and on file at FAS for all spring sport athletes.  Testing will begin the week of April 5th.

School Board Meeting Schedule for 2021

Posted on March 10th, 2021

Meetings begin at 6:30 p.m. and will be held in the high school media center.
Click on the link below for more information on meeting dates.

Extended COVID-19 Learning Plan Training on Delivery, Access, and Use of Virtual Content

Posted on January 21st, 2021


Parents Guide to Google Classrooms

Posted on November 2nd, 2020

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Parents Guide to Google Classrooms

K-12 Virtual Meeting Times

Posted on October 30th, 2020

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Fairview Area School Extended Covid-19 Learning Plan

Posted on September 15th, 2020

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MAISA GELN COVID-19 Preparedness and Response Plan (Fairview)

Posted on August 12th, 2020

Click the link below for the Fairview MAISA GELN COVID – 19 Preparedness and Response Plan.



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Posted on April 18th, 2020


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TBCHS Telehealth Counseling

Posted on April 18th, 2020


As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, TBCHS has been offering telehealth services for all school-based behavioral health patients and their families. We have a team of behavioral health providers who have been reaching out to our school-based patients and families to offer telehealth services. If the student/family does not have the capability for video, we can provide telephonic support. TBCHS will not contact the home of any student who previously requested confidential services. Any student age 14 or older (under Michigan law) can contact our call center directly at (989) 742-4583 to seek confidential counseling. We are paying close attention to ensure the confidentiality of these individuals. Our telehealth services allow TBCHS school-based behavioral health students to continue to receive counseling services on a sliding fee basis during the pandemic. When the Governor’s “Stay Home Stay Safe” order is lifted, our goal is to get our school-based counselors back into the school setting to continue telehealth services. Please share our call center number (989) 742-4583 for any student or family you feel may benefit from a telehealth visit. We appreciate it if you can share the information below across your websites or other means of student and family communications.  As always, I am available at your convenience should you have any questions or concerns.


Thunder Bay Community Health Service, Inc. (TBCHS) has telehealth counseling services available during the COVID-19 pandemic. If a student/family does not have video capability, telephone support is available. Please call TBCHS at (989) 742-4583, and a counselor will assist you.

Self-Care During Times of Crisis

Posted on April 11th, 2020

Michigan Department of Education
Office of Health and Nutrition Services


Self-care is important every day, but it is essential, especially during stressful times. Below is a link to some self-care options. Do one, or do as many as you want, throughout your day. Make your self-care a priority and make it fun. Do one item from this list daily. Or, try to do one of everything listed, daily. If you would like, you can use the Weekly Self-Care Checklist to track your self-care practice.

SwiftK12 School Notification System

Posted on May 23rd, 2018

We have recently implemented a new school notification system called SwiftK12. This notification system is loaded with new features that will make it easier for us to keep in contact with your family. To guarantee the messaging system is used efficiently, we will need to confirm your contact information is accurate and up-to-date at all times.

Learn more about SwiftK12 School Notification System »

Box Tops for Education

Posted on December 29th, 2017

Box Tops for EducationPlease continue to save and scan in Box Tops for Education from General Mills, Campbell, Our Family and Spartan UIC bar codes. Go to for the app and to scan in receipt.

Also the Media Center recycles small electronics, ink cartridges and cell phones.

Transcripts Requests

Posted on August 20th, 2017

Fairview students are to request transcripts sent to colleges through Parchment. Since 2003, their platform has helped millions of people and thousands of schools and universities exchange more than 20 million transcripts and other credentials globally.

Learn more about Transcripts Requests »

Fairview Area High School Receives “A” Grade

Posted on January 13th, 2017

The Mackinac Center for Public Policy award for outstanding achievement for 2017 for Fairview Area Schools.

The Mackinac Center for Public Policy released its high school report card — which takes both academic performance and socioeconomic status of students into account to create a statewide rankings list — with Fairview Area High School receiving an “A” grade.

Learn more about Fairview Area High School Receives “A” Grade »

Child Tax Credit

Posted on May 21st, 2021

As a part of pandemic relief, there is a new Child Tax Credit that is worth $3,000 per year, per child ages 6-17 and $3,600 per year, per child under 6 years old for families making $150k/year or less. In addition, this includes families with no income at all (for which the “regular” tax credit is not available).

These funds will be paid out in regular payments  directly to families. However, for families to be eligible, they MUST file their 2020 taxes. This is designed specifically to address child poverty and is expected to lower childhood poverty by at least 45%.

Please share this information widely with families participating in your programs.

Families may be eligible for $50 per month off of their high speed internet. Please widely share the link below!

Lt. Governor Gilchrist Encourages Michiganders to Sign Up for Federal Program to Lower Cost of High-Speed Internet | Michigan Business

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