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PowerSchool Alerts System Change

Alerts in PowerSchool are now processed through an updated program called SwiftK-12.  In the upgrade to the new system, parent preferences for alerts may have changed.  Follow these instructions to verify your setting for emails, phone calls, and text alerts.


Parents and Guardians Can View Student Grades and Attendance
Fairfield Community Schools PowerSchool Parent Portal Single Sign-On: You will need to contact your student's school to obtain the Parent Portal Access ID and Access Password supplied for each student. That Access ID and Access Password will be needed to add your student/students to the account you create on the Parent Portal site. This will also allow parents and guardians to access the portal from an internet enabled mobile device via the PowerSchool Mobile app.
The Parent Portal Access ID and Access Password for each student added must come from the PARENT letter, and must be entered exactly as it's shown on the letter.

Click here for a step by step handout on how to create a single sign-on account.

Click here to watch a short video overview demonstrating how to create a new parent or guardian account, and use the PowerSchool Mobile app.

Once the account is created parents/guardians will also be able to change their passwords to sign on and if the username or password is forgotten parents will have the ability to reset the information. 


For the safety of students during very busy drop-off and pick-up times, students are to be loaded and unloaded in designated areas. DO NOT stop in the car lane and allow students to exit into the path of school buses.
Diagram of where to unload students in the morning and pick up in the afternoon


The Board seeks to limit vehicle emissions that might be brought into school corporation buildings to reduce exposure to these emissions and to improve indoor air quality for students, staff, and visitors. The school has posted signs in areas where idling is prohibited, and drivers are asked not to idle engines next to the schools and in areas where students are loading and unloading. Drivers of vehicles are to turn off their engines if the vehicle is to be stopped for more than five (5) minutes.

School buses have exceptions to this rule in colder temperatures and when running safety or special needs equipment.

Homeless Supports

Families who are experiencing hardship and find themselves homeless are entitled to educational supports for their children. Click the link below to find out more and know whom to contact. School counselors at each building can also assist.

Bowen Center Student Assistance Program (SAP)

Fairfield Schools has begun offering a Student Assistance Program (SAP) for all students in the Fairfield district. We have partnered with Bowen Center to provide two free mental health sessions for any students who may need support due to anxiety, depression, substance abuse, or family or social issues. Information about the program can be obtained from your student’s school counselor or the information sheet below.

Parent Resources from the Community

Triple P Positive Parenting Program

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For further information, clarification, or complaint (grievance) procedures, please contact the principal's office or the following coordinator for Section 504 (handicapping conditions), Title IX (gender discrimination), A.D.A. (Americans with disabilities), Title VI (race, color, creed, national origin, and limited English proficiency).
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