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Girls on the Run ran a 5K this morning! Way to go girls, teachers, and parents!
Do you recognize the iconic Chicago architecture in these photos? Grade 3-4 students did a fabulous job representing the beautiful architecture in Chicago!
We held a very successful Career Day in Wednesday. Thank you to all the presenters who shared about their careers with our students. Here are a few photos.
Thanks to everyone who made our Multicultural Night a success!
So many amazing performances and exhibits from countries around the world at tonight’s Taste of Fairview Elementary School event! 🌏❤️#CelebratingDiversity #WeAre54
Blanket Brigade! We made fleece blankets for hospitalized children and their families staying at Ronald McDonald House! Students in grades 5-6 helped the younger children tie double knots. We also made cards with positive messages. Enjoy the photos!
We celebrated our successful 21-Day Challenge at our Falcon Forum this morning!
Mrs. Koscielny's class writing positive messages on the blacktop!
These first and second grade students filled the playground blacktop at Fairview Elementary School with positive messages this morning. What a fantastic way to spread #54happiness!
It was a great night for the Arts at Fairview! Last night, our Bucket Band performed and Abiha, Melany, and Ayaan’s work was displayed at the Prairie Center for the Arts! We’re so proud of our students.
Fairview student, Noah, told his mom he wanted to bring happiness to Schaumburg Library's recent Comic Con event. He told his mom if he wore his dinosaur costume and stayed in the children's area, the little children could take pictures with him and it would make him happy! Way to Spread the Spark, Noah!
We regret to inform you that we will be closing schools again on Friday, Feb. 1, 2019. Our bus company First Student, notified us today that despite working on them all day, they were unable to start a large number of buses due to the extremely cold conditions.
District 54 buses about 11,500 students every day. With the temperatures below 0 degrees tonight, they do not feel certain that the buses will start tomorrow morning.
Therefore, we are erring on the side of caution and safety and cancelling school tomorrow. While not all students take the bus, we felt it unfair to have school when many students would not be able to attend.
Due to the dangerously cold wind chill, District 54 is cancelling all after-school and evening activities today, Jan. 29. This does not include the after-school childcare programs at our schools run by the park districts and YMCA.
In addition, District 54 schools and the Rafferty Center will be closed on Wednesday, Jan. 30 and Thursday, Jan. 31. After-school and evening activities are also cancelled on Jan. 30 and 31, including the Open Enrollment Fair. When schools are closed for a full day, the child care programs are also cancelled at our schools.
The decision to close school is not one we make lightly. Our top concern is whether we believe the more than 15,000 students we serve and our employees can get to school safely. The National Weather Service has issued a wind chill warning until noon Thursday, which calls for wind chill values as low as -55.
Thank you to our PTA for making these clever Wonka Bars for staff appreciation! We all have a chance to win a “golden ticket” included with the candy bar! If you haven’t read Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl or haven’t seen the movie Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, put them both on your list of things to do as a family this winter!
Mrs. Gordon and Ms. Nisbet received flexible seating in their classrooms over winter break! Students enjoyed the new options today! If you want to learn more about Innovate 54, please join us at the PTA meeting this Wednesday, January 9 at 6:30PM. Mrs. Gurga will share information from the task force about the implementation plan and answer questions. Babysitting will be provided.
[11/27/18] Good news Fairview community - the power is back on. We are looking forward to seeing students tomorrow.
Dear Fairview community,
As of this hour, Fairview Elementary School is without power due to the winter storm. We have been in contact with ComEd, but they are unable to provide us with a estimated time for when they will be able to restore power.
If the power is still out in the morning, we will contact you by 6 a.m.by phone and email to cancel school. Please assume that school will be in session, unless you hear from us. Thank you for understanding.
Family Movie Night! A good time was had by all!
It’s Family Math Night for grades 4-6! Thanks to our families for coming out to play math games. Thanks to Mrs. Trahey, Mrs. Molidor, Ms. Nisbet, Mrs. Kimmey, Mrs. Miller, Ms. Haynes, and Mr. Strasser for leading out the fun! #WeAreFV54
Our K-2 children and families had a fun evening reading, listening to stories, making bookmarks, and playing games at Family Literacy Night!
A snippet of today’s Halloween Costume Parade. The boys and girls had so much fun at their classroom parties! Thank you to our PTA volunteers for planning such a fun afternoon!
Today is the first day of our school-wide 21-Day Challenge! We started the day with Freddie and Spark. They helped us welcome and cheer for the students as they entered the school!
A few more photos from Run to Read! Thanks to Mrs. Sherman for making sure we had a mascot in the Mascot Race!
Fairview staff and families had a great time at Run to Read this morning!
Fairview students who participated in the Schaumburg Township District Library's Summer Reading Challenge gathered in the gym to have their picture taken. The library presented us with a trophy because we had the most readers participate in the challenge! Thank you families for encouraging your children to read! (You can see Mrs, Gurga holding the trophy in the back in the second picture!)
Our kindergartners are engrossed in building design during STEAM.
We had a great turnout for Breakfast With Mom!
[09/11/18] Calling all young artists! Does your child love to draw or write stories? Does he or she enjoy making short films, writing music, choreographing dance routines, or taking photographs? The Reflections program is a chance for your student to share his or her talents and be honored at Fairview. This year's theme is "Heroes Around Me." Submit forms and your child's original entry to the Fairview Main Office by October 31. Ask a specials teacher (art, music,PE) for an entry form and rules.
8.17.18: We visited Orange Island to learn more about Shawn Achor’s book The Big Potential. We know that we’re BETTER TOGETHER!
School Supply Drop-off and the PTA Ice Cream Social was a blast! Thank you to all the Fairview families who joined in the fun!
We’re getting ready to welcome our families to School Supply Drop-off tomorrow from 4:30-6:00PM! The PTA Ice Cream Social and Family Picnic will follow from 6:00-7:00PM. Hope to see you there!
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The Field Day fun continued after lunch. Thank you to Mr. Hawkins for planning this excellent event and to the family volunteers who made the day possible by running the events. 💙 Fairview!
We’re having a blast on the last day of school participating in Field Day!
Our kindergartners are readers and performers! They entertained families and staff today during as they read their Reader’s Theater parts!
Mrs. Otte’s class held the baby chicks that hatched on Wednesday and Thursday.
We’ll have photos from the 60th Anniversary and items from the time capsule soon! Enjoy looking for your children in this video. They were a great audience! https://www.facebook.com/D54schools/videos/10156281313981303/
Join us TONIGHT (4/26) 6:30-8:00pm for the Fairview Elementary 60th Anniversary Celebration! We will have a walk-through museum of artifacts from the past 60 years, including items from the time capsule, yearbooks, and other photographs!
First and second graders from Ms. Ekner’s, Mrs. Gordon’s, Ms. Park’s, and Mrs. Stachura’s classes have decorated the halls to celebrate Fairview’s 60th year! We hope to see you this Thursday evening for our Open House from 6:15-8:00PM.
Siya's artwork, represents the diversity of Fairview with the flags of many countries within the Falcon. The different disciplines studied at Fairview are depicted in the clouds surrounding the Falcon. This lovely piece of art will hang in the board room for the next year. We're proud of you, Siya!
Fairview students dressed to perform at the Multicultural Event on Saturday. We’re so proud of our Falcons!
We had a fantastic morning at the Marriott Theatre! Our students were a great audience, and we all enjoyed the show!
It’s Happiness Month in District 54! Fairview staff greeted students this morning with clapping and cheering! Freddie the Falcon was there, too! It was a fabulous way to start the week!
Students had many opportunities to present their learning this week! Their public speaking skills are amazing! Here are a few photos from the Science Fair and Ms. Mennella’s class.
The Family Dance Night was a huge success. Everyone had a great time! Fairview PTA rocks!
Our students enjoyed their spring parties today! Thanks to the PTA volunteers who planned and helped out!
Students spent over 1,000 stamp cards at the PBIS Store in January! Each card holds 20 stamps, so Fairview students are making great choices every day!
[02/05/18] All after-school clubs and activities are cancelled today, February 5 due to the impending winter storm.
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