The Schools that make up the Maple Run Unified District are as diverse as they are similar. All have a deep rooted commitment to our youth and their education. All are eager for technology that will compliment education. All are dedicated to teaching all children, and will not tolerate hazing, harassment or bullying - or disrespect of any kind - in their buildings. It is in the atmosphere and ways of teaching where one will see the diversity. City School uses everything around them as an opportunity for learning, and have many acres of land that expands their classrooms. Town Educational Center provides a more structured environment. Fairfield provides the classic small town feel, and with smaller classes has more opportunity for one-on-one time. Early Ed has children in all of the schools as well as some partnering locations, eventually feeding to the three elementary schools. Bellow Free Academy/ Northwest Technical Center is the receiving school of all of the elementary buildings. One of the most important things about this unification will be ensuring that all of our students enter high school at the same level. This, in itself, will raise our education levels.
Fairfield Center School