Faulting the nation's leaders for failing to prevent recurrent school shootings, two Fairview High School sophomores called for action Friday on three factors contributing to such shootings – easy gun access, mental health problems and school building security.
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Fairytale Creatures will come to life this weekend at the Frank W. Barr Auditorium at Fairview High School, 4507 West 213th Street, at the Stagecrafters' production of “Shrek The Musical.” Social Studies teacher Jessica Atwood directs the show. Performances are 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday. Tickets are $10 at the door.
For the past three years, Fairview Park City Schools students have been keeping much of their schoolwork in online digital portfolios. Work is preserved through various media, including photos, videos and graphics.
The Fairview Park City School District was recently recognized as a Project Lead The Way Distinguished District for offering advanced learning opportunities through its PLTW programs and partnership with Polaris Career Center. Only 30 districts in the U.S. received this honor.
The groundbreaking ceremony for the $30.1 million construction and renovation project at the campus of Fairview High School and Lewis F. Mayer Middle School will be held 10 a.m. May 23, Superintendent Bill Wagner announced at his State of the Schools report last week.
Rather than joining other students across the country to protest gun violence with a walkout, Fairview High School students took part in activities inside their school last week.
Taunting by some Fairview High School students at Friday's home boys basketball game against Oberlin High School led to high emotions and a storm of social media criticism. But Fairview City Schools Superintendent Bill Wagner said he was unable to substantiate reports of racial insults made by students.
The weather station will measure temperature, barometric pressure, humidity, wind speed and direction, rainfall and rainfall rate, solar radiation and ultraviolet radiation. That data will be posted on the internet, along with weather statistics from thousands of other stations across the country.
Fairview High School students appeared on NBC's “Today” program Jan. 1 to talk about making and keeping promises.
Wyatt Battenhouse holds a neon green birthday card with a picture of Godzilla fighting a giant lizard on the front. It’s the same color as his shirt, a detail he finds hilarious once it’s pointed out.