Fairfield News

Browse below to read important building information along with the latest news and events.

April/May Newsletter

Save the Date!

November 1 – PTO Spirit Wear Sale ends!

November 5 – PTO Chipotle Fundraiser 4-8pm

November 6 – 2-hr Late Start – Professional Development

November 14 – PTO Meeting

November 21-23 – No School – Thanksgiving Break


2018-2019 School Fees

REMINDER: School Fees Due by November 16th

Kindergarten – $19.00

First –          $17.00

Second –      $17.50

Third –          $22.00

Fourth –         $22.00

You may send in a check made payable to Pickerington Local School District.  Please write your child’s name and “school fees” in the memo. Your child’s fees can also be viewed and paid through the parent portal of Infinite Campus.  The district has posted instructions for activating accounts, using the Infinite Campus portal, and getting help for portal-related issues on this website.

Absentees, Student Sign-In/Sign-Out Procedures

Please call the school office if your child is absent or late. State Law requires a daily check of students who are absent. A 24-hour answering machine is available to receive absence or tardy calls. Please use this machine for all calls after 4:30 p.m. and before 8:30 a.m. You may email fes_attendance@plsd.us or call 614-834-7601. Thank you for helping us comply with the state requirements.

  • If your child is going to be late, please call the school office. When you do bring your child to school, please come to the office and sign your child in. He/she will need a written pass to class.
  • If you need to pick up your child early, please send a note or email to your child’s teacher, and then come to the office at the designated time and office staff will call your child from the classroom.
  • It is important to make arrangements with your child before school each morning so they will know what to do at dismissal. In emergencies, please contact the school office and we will inform your child of any changes in arrangements.

We ask your patience and understanding in this matter. We have a tremendous responsibility to provide a safe and secure environment for all your children. Thank you for your assistance.

School Arrival and Dismissal

We would like to thank everyone in advance for your cooperation in following our procedures for arrival and dismissal of students. With an enrollment of over 500 students, being accountable for safety, as well as the academic program, takes much effort from the school, parents and students. Together we can make it work.

Morning Arrival

This year, in all of our elementary buildings, the buses will be unloading at 9:05 a.m. While we encourage parents to send children to school on the bus, if you are dropping of your child in the morning, please adhere as closely as possible to the 9:05 a.m. time. Since school does not begin until 9:15 a.m., we believe this provides plenty of time for our children to get to their rooms. Students will not be permitted to go to their classrooms until 9:05 a.m.

Afternoon Dismissal

Each day as school ends, we dismiss the same 500+ students. We have buses, cars and daycare vans picking up children.

Arrival Dropoff procedures (PDF)

2017-2018 Supply Lists K-4


1          Composition notebook

4         Expo Dry Erase markers- black

4         Large Elmer’s Glue Sticks

1          Highlighter, yellow

1          10 oz bottle of hand sanitizer

1          2-pocket folders with prongs – one blue (no plastic folders please)

1          Crayola washable markers (broad line size)- Girls Only

1          Box – Tissues- Boys Only

1          Box Ziploc baggies (gallon size)

First Grade

1          Pencil Box (8” X 5”)

36       Pencils, sharpened

2         Large pink erasers

3         2-Pocket Folders w/prongs – one each red, blue, yellow

1          Scissors, 5” pointed tip

6         Large Glue Sticks

3         Boxes – Crayons, 24 pack

6         Dry Erase Markers, black

1          Book bag without wheels

2         Highlighter

1          Container Clorox Wipes

2         Spiral notebooks

1          Box – Tissues

Second Grade

1          School box

1          scissors

2          24 pack crayons

36        pencils

6          glue sticks

4          Expo markers (fine tip)

2          pink erasers

1          spiral notebook

3         pocket folders- 1-red, 1-blue, 1-purple

1          box tissues

1          box Clorox wipes

1          set of headphones

1          gallon size baggies (girls)

1          quart size baggies (boys)

2          highlighter (any color)

1          post-it notes (any size)

1          book bag without wheels

1          pocket folder w/prongs- yellow

Third Grade

1          headphones/earbuds

2          packages index cards

2          2-Pocket Folders (no plastic folders)

1          pack Post-its

1          pack – Filler Paper, wide ruled, loose leaf

2          Glue Sticks

2          pencil cap erasers (box)

1          Scissors, 5” pointed tip

1          box Crayons, 24 pack

24        Pencils, sharpened (no mechanical)

12         Expo Dry Erase Markers

1           Sharpie Marker

1           Box Ziploc sandwich bags (boys only)

1           Box Ziploc gallon size bags (girls only)

2          Container – Disinfectant Wipes

2          Tissues

1           Hand Sanitizer (pump bottle)

1           Division flashcards

1           Multiplication flashcards

1           book bag without wheels

Fourth Grade

2          pack 24Pencils, sharpened (no mechanicals)

2          pack Cap erasers

1           box Crayons

1           notebook paper, wide-ruled, loose leaf

1           box Tissues

2          Glue Sticks

1           Scissors, 5” pointed tip

1           1 subject spiral notebook

1           Colored Pencils, 12 pk

2          4-Pack – Dry Erase Markers

1           Sharpie Marker, fine point, black

4          Two pocket folders; 3 prong

1           Clorox wipes

2          pack Earbuds

1           Book bag without wheels