FCS celebrates successes


The Fairborn Board of Education recognized Dr. Betsy Snyder, Jane Doorley and Ellen Slone-Farthing for serving as tri-chairs for the bond issue campaign. The three were honored at the December board of education meeting for their leadership. Each was presented with a plaque. Christy Lorenzetti was also honored as committee treasurer but was unable to attend.


Submitted photos Fairborn City Schools Board of Education President Andy Wilson presented board members, Superintendent Mark North and Treasurer Nicole Marshall with Skyhawk construction hats at the Dec. 1 meeting. With passage of the November bond issue, planning is beginning for the construction of two new elementary schools.


Submitted photos Fairborn City Schools Board of Education President Andy Wilson presented board members, Superintendent Mark North and Treasurer Nicole Marshall with Skyhawk construction hats at the Dec. 1 meeting. With passage of the November bond issue, planning is beginning for the construction of two new elementary schools.


Becky Fultz and Destiny Sullivan were honored for earning one of the top 100 scores in completing the RESA (teachers’ four-year residency program toward licensure). Her top 100 score is an accomplishment because she is one of more than 19,000 entry-year teachers in a three year period who scored in the top 100.


The Fairborn Board of Education recognized Dr. Betsy Snyder, Jane Doorley and Ellen Slone-Farthing for serving as tri-chairs for the bond issue campaign. The three were honored at the December board of education meeting for their leadership. Each was presented with a plaque. Christy Lorenzetti was also honored as committee treasurer but was unable to attend.

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Fairborn City Schools Board of Education President Andy Wilson presented board members, Superintendent Mark North and Treasurer Nicole Marshall with Skyhawk construction hats at the Dec. 1 meeting. With passage of the November bond issue, planning is beginning for the construction of two new elementary schools.

Submitted photos

Fairborn City Schools Board of Education President Andy Wilson presented board members, Superintendent Mark North and Treasurer Nicole Marshall with Skyhawk construction hats at the Dec. 1 meeting. With passage of the November bond issue, planning is beginning for the construction of two new elementary schools.

Becky Fultz and Destiny Sullivan were honored for earning one of the top 100 scores in completing the RESA (teachers’ four-year residency program toward licensure). Her top 100 score is an accomplishment because she is one of more than 19,000 entry-year teachers in a three year period who scored in the top 100.

The Fairborn Board of Education recognized Dr. Betsy Snyder, Jane Doorley and Ellen Slone-Farthing for serving as tri-chairs for the bond issue campaign. The three were honored at the December board of education meeting for their leadership. Each was presented with a plaque. Christy Lorenzetti was also honored as committee treasurer but was unable to attend.
http://xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/web1_IMG_0394.jpgThe Fairborn Board of Education recognized Dr. Betsy Snyder, Jane Doorley and Ellen Slone-Farthing for serving as tri-chairs for the bond issue campaign. The three were honored at the December board of education meeting for their leadership. Each was presented with a plaque. Christy Lorenzetti was also honored as committee treasurer but was unable to attend.

Submitted photos Fairborn City Schools Board of Education President Andy Wilson presented board members, Superintendent Mark North and Treasurer Nicole Marshall with Skyhawk construction hats at the Dec. 1 meeting. With passage of the November bond issue, planning is beginning for the construction of two new elementary schools.
http://xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/web1_IMG_0392.jpgSubmitted photos Fairborn City Schools Board of Education President Andy Wilson presented board members, Superintendent Mark North and Treasurer Nicole Marshall with Skyhawk construction hats at the Dec. 1 meeting. With passage of the November bond issue, planning is beginning for the construction of two new elementary schools.

Submitted photos Fairborn City Schools Board of Education President Andy Wilson presented board members, Superintendent Mark North and Treasurer Nicole Marshall with Skyhawk construction hats at the Dec. 1 meeting. With passage of the November bond issue, planning is beginning for the construction of two new elementary schools.
http://xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/web1_IMG_0391.jpgSubmitted photos Fairborn City Schools Board of Education President Andy Wilson presented board members, Superintendent Mark North and Treasurer Nicole Marshall with Skyhawk construction hats at the Dec. 1 meeting. With passage of the November bond issue, planning is beginning for the construction of two new elementary schools.

Becky Fultz and Destiny Sullivan were honored for earning one of the top 100 scores in completing the RESA (teachers’ four-year residency program toward licensure). Her top 100 score is an accomplishment because she is one of more than 19,000 entry-year teachers in a three year period who scored in the top 100.
http://xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/web1_FullSizeRender.jpgBecky Fultz and Destiny Sullivan were honored for earning one of the top 100 scores in completing the RESA (teachers’ four-year residency program toward licensure). Her top 100 score is an accomplishment because she is one of more than 19,000 entry-year teachers in a three year period who scored in the top 100.
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