Office: (513) 868-5610

fairwood

School News

  • LC Grollmus Visits 2nd Grade 004
    Permalink Gallery

    Lance Corporal Raphael Grollmus Visits 2nd Grade at Fairwood

Lance Corporal Raphael Grollmus Visits 2nd Grade at Fairwood

Lance Corporal Raphael Grollmus, returned home from Iwakuni, Japan and stopped in to visit with Mrs. Turner’s 2nd Grade class on April 10th. The students send him cards in December and he wanted to say [...]

Mark Your Calendars for the Fairwood Spring Carnival

Fairwood Carnival at Stricker’s Grove

May 10 noon-5 pm, Rides open at 1

Pre-sale Tickets will be $8 which includes a meal ticket

They will be sold April 24 and 25 and May 1 and 2 after school.  

Admission at the [...]

Morning Announcements – April 17

Morning announcements include: lunch choices, upcoming events, birthdays, words of wisdom, and the Pledge of Allegiance.

Thursday Announcements

Fairwood Carnival Poster Contest

Would you like the chance to win a ticket to the Fairwood Carnival? Then be sure to enter the poster contest! Create a carnival poster and return it to school by Tuesday, April 22. [...]

Morning Announcements – April 16

Morning announcements include: lunch choices, upcoming events, birthdays, words of wisdom, and the Pledge of Allegiance.

Morning Announcements – April 15

Morning announcements include: lunch choices, upcoming events, birthdays, words of wisdom, and the Pledge of Allegiance.

TWO Great Events, ONE Great Night!!!

Come support Fairwood Elementary!
Dine to Donate at:
Wings on Brookwood
147 N. Brookwood Ave.
on Thursday, April 17th
5 P.M. to close
PLUS
Fairwood’s Skating Party at:
Skating On Main
Thursday, Thursday, April 17th

Popcorn Friday

This Friday, April 11, Fairwood PTO will be doing a popcorn sale. Popcorn is $0.50 a bag. Don’t forget to bring in your quarters for some delicious popcorn!

Morning Announcements – April 10

Morning announcements include: lunch choices, upcoming events, birthdays, words of wisdom, and the Pledge of Allegiance.

Reds Day

Mrs Koelblin’s Kindergarten class has a “Reds Day” to celebrate the culture of Cincinnati.