Interim Reports
Beginning with the 2nd grading period, the district will not be printing interim reports.  Families will need to visit the Home Access Center for up to date grades.

Science Camp
The College of Wooster, in an educational partnership the Martha Holden Jennings Foundation, is again sponsoring the B-WISER Science Camp which is a residential camp for girls entering the 8th grade that is dedicated to promoting the interest of young women in science and engineering.  Girls come from all over Ohio to learn about biology, chemistry, physics, model-robotics, LEGO® robotics, and geology. .  More information, including the application, is available on

Mr. Don Cockroft speaking to our 6th and 7th Graders
    Mr. Don Cockroft speaking to a 6th and 7th Graders about his career as a kicker for the Cleveland Browns.  Mr. Cockroft was a member of the Browns during the  "Kardiac Kids" days.  His advice to students: "always do your very best in anything and everything.  You can't lose!"
    Mr. Cockroft will be giving the introduction for Mr. Daniel "Rudy" Ruettiger, who will be speaking at the Canton Palace Theater on October 24th at 6:00 pm.  "Rudy" was the titular character in the 1993 movie about his time as a football player at the University of Notre Dame.  His book Rudy: My Story is this year's Stark County District Library's One Book, One Community selection.  It is also the subject of a book study in our 6th and 7th grade Reading classes.  
     Mr. Cockroft, who is an author himself, shared a story with our students about how a teammate took 10 seconds to forever change his life.  For more information about Mr. Cockroft, click here.
    For information about the One Book, One Community program, click here.

Students meeting and talking with 
Daniel "Rudy" Ruettiger.

Student Chromebooks

If you have questions about our 1:1 Chromebook initiative, please click here for our Frequently Asked Questions.  If you have a question to ask, please send it to:

Fairless Middle School

Music Department Fundraiser

This fall, students sold pies as part of a fundraiser to help the Fairless Middle School Music Department.  Students that sold the most pies were given the opportunity to throw one at Mr. Fair or Mrs. Barkan. Below is a picture of Mr. Fair.  Great job to everyone that helped with this great fundraiser!

Box Tops and Mids' Lids Collection
We will collecting Box Tops and Mids' Lids.  The Fairless Middle School Parents' Club uses the money from these items for rewards, incentives, and more for our middle school.  Also, the homeroom that bring in the most, each month, will be "sweetly" rewarded.

Information about school closings can be found here.  Check out the instructions that are attached!!!