Fairfax High School (FHS) and Lanier Middle School (LMS) have both been recognized by the American School Counselor Association (ASCA) with a RAMP model program designation. The RAMP recognition is given to those counseling teams who are “committed to delivering a comprehensive, data-driven school counseling program.” Only 550 schools around the country have been given
City of Fairfax Schools Superintendent Peter Noonan presented the city school’s five-year Capital Improvement Plan to the Fairfax City Council and Mayor. Included in the CIP were funds to replace HVAC systems, parking lot and bus loop repaving, and a restoration of the FHS theater’s orchestra pit. To read the entire CIP, please see here.
Fairfax Academy for Communication and the Arts Musical Composition teacher and students presented to the City of Fairfax School Board in the Regular School Board Meeting’s Spotlight on Learning. To see the full presentation, please visit the City’s webpage and click on School Board Meetings. Spotlight on Learning begins after about two minutes of administrative
Providence Elementary School principal Jesse Kraft presented his state of the schools report. Principal Kraft discussed the Fairfax Pyramid literacy program, BYOD at the school and other impressive accomplishments. To see the full report, please go to the City website here and click on School Board meetings. The report starts around the 28 minute mark.
All three levels of the Professional Television Production classes at the Fairfax Academy recently presented original horror films they created based on only two sentences given to them by their teacher, Matthew Balthrop, a new addition this year to the Fairfax Academy family. The project’s goal was to fully portray these sentences via a short,