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Driving throughout Fairfield Township, visitors will note that the location of early public schools is behind the name of roads and regions within the township. The acquisition of the former Fairfield School (later Fairfield Centralized School District and later Crestview Local Schools) site on Fairfield-School Road afforded Fairfield Township the opportunity to purchase 16 acres of centrally located land to be used in the creation of the Fairfield Township Government Center. 

To view an album of historic photos of the Fairfield Township School please click here Fairfield Township Historical Notes

News and Notes Gathered from Local Historians and Residents

Bonesville School District #3 was one of the 10 school districts that formed the Fairfield Centralized district in 1916.  The Bonesville school building was located on the site of what is today known as Bonesville School Road.