Fairview Christian School

February Newsletter

Parent-Teacher Conferences
We enjoyed meeting the parents who could come to parent-teacher conferences again this year. We appreciate your effort in making this school term a success.

A patron appreciation dinner has been planned for Friday, March 15, for all patrons of FCS. The dinner will be held in the gym at 6:30. The convention students will be presenting a short program. An offering will be lifted to help with the expenses of convention.

The time to re-enroll students at FCS has arrived. Re-enrollment forms are enclosed and should be completed and returned to the office no later than Friday, February 22.

There is a fifty dollar re-enrollment fee. If you re-enroll we will add the fee to your March bill. If you are not planning to re-enroll, please call the office by Friday, February 22, and let us know. If you have a child entering kindergarten, please call the office for an application.

Box Tops
Thank you for your participation in collecting Box Tops, Campbell’s Soup Labels, and ink cartridges. We have earned over $100 with Box Tops, and we continue to earn $40 a month by recycling empty cartridges.


A verse that has meant alot to me is… “So shall my word be that goeth forth out of my mouth: it shall not return unto me void, but it shall accomplish that which I please, and it shall prosper in the thing whereto I sent it.” (Isaiah 55:11) This verse has gone through my mind several times during my teaching experience at Fairview. I spent most of my five weeks teaching in LC 4. Mr. Marcus gave me the responsibility of teaching 6th grade math, state history and man in demand. I also filled in wherever needed.

The purpose of my internship at Fairview is three-fold. First of all, it gives me hands-on experience in my studies at Faith Builders where I plan to graduate from the teacher track in May of this year. Secondly, it provides me teaching experience in a setting where I have had no exposure, such as inner city and with an individualized curriculum. Thirdly, it sharpens my ability to communicate and gives me a chance to work with other age groups as a way to discover where I fit the best.

When I think over my short teaching experience at Fairview, I conclude that God is good, and He is certainly at work molding and shaping the students of FCS into respectable men and women.

Mr. Martin, thanks for all you did! We enjoyed having you here at FCS for January 2013. We hope you have fond memories of FCS. God bless you as you further your education.

Mr. Marcus

Fairview Christian School