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Fairview Attendance Center

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the Cardinal way.

Fairview Attendance Center

Fairview 6th graders show off their new t-shirts. All FAC students (and staff) received their own new t-shirt with Covid-related sayings on the back to help commemorate this very unusual, one of a kind (we sincerely hope) year.

2020-2021 Teacher of the Year and 
Paraprofessional of the Year
Mrs. Shanna Crenshaw 
Mrs. Pam Moore 
   The First Foundation has graciously given Fairview Attendance Center a grant that will be used to purchase a touchless bottle filler/water fountain. 

Internet Access 
Free drive-up WIFI is available at FAC; it can also be accessed at the following locations...


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School Lunch Online App link below: 

Keep up with your child's grades by going to 
Quick Links 
 Important Dates
Friday, April 2 and Monday, April 3- Easter Break

Yearbooks are on sale at FAC for the 20-21 school year.
$30 each. Reserve your copy today!

 In order to help us plan for the upcoming school year we are starting pre-registration for kindergarten. A student must be 5 on or before September 1 in order to be eligible for
kindergarten. In addition, before the start of school, you will need to provide the following to the school:

 *Completed Immunization Form (Must be marked for school)

*  Certified Birth Certificate-- No copies
*2 proofs of residency such as: 
  • Filed Homestead Exemption Application Form
  • Mortgage Documents of Property Deed (c )  Apartment or Home Lease
  • Utility Bills
  • Driver’s License
  • Voter Precinct Identification
  • Automobile Registration
  •  Affidavit of Residency

 *Legal Guardians must provide copy of court order

* Emergency contacts other than parent or guardian

 Kindergarten Pre-Registration will be held

April 6-9 from 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. daily at
each school.  Please contact the school your child will attend to find out if there is a virtual registration option.  Some schools also have extended

Virtual Learning Information

Update from CDC
 The Center for Disease Control (CDC) has changed their policy concerning quarantined students, and the Itawamba County School Board has recently adopted these changes.  Any student who is quarantined for close contact with someone who has tested positive can return to school 10 days after he/she has been quarantined by the school.  The child’s parent must stipulate that the child has been asymptomatic (no symptoms of COVID-19) during his/her time of quarantine.  A child who takes a COVID test and receives a negative may return to school after day seven.  (This test must be administered within 48 hours of day seven to be considered valid.  A good rule of thumb would be to test on day seven.)  This negative test must be documented by a physician and sent to the office.  These changes go into effect immediately and can be applied to students who are currently in quarantine.

  A note to parents of FAC students 

 A note to parents of FAC students concerning quarantine students & Friday assignments...

For traditional students, work that is assigned for Friday (whether through Canvas or hard copy/handwritten) is required to be completed and turned in on Monday morning.  If the work has been completed to a satisfactory level, that student will be marked present for Friday.  If the work is not completed, he/she will be marked as an UNEXCUSED absence.

For students who are virtual or quarantined, work must be completed daily.  If work is not completed and submitted (either daily or weekly depending on assignment and internet capability), the student will counted as an UNEXCUSED absence for each day.  

Message from Mr. Ewing

Monday, September 21, 2020

Parents of FAC students:

Because of our current schedule of four traditional days of school (M-Th) and one virtual day, it is of the utmost of importance that students are at school as much as possible.  Anytime a student misses a day, he/she has missed a minimum of one-fourth of the face-to-face teacher instruction that he/she is presented with each week.  Also, because Thursdays are devoted to testing in the lower grades, it may be closer to one-third of the overall instruction that is offered.  Therefore, we ask you to please send your child to school as much as possible.  We know this current schedule of a four-day week will continue at least through Christmas, so we implore you to make every effort to send your child to school, everyday and on time.


 Benjie Ewing,