COVID-19 Update!
Good afternoon Bristol community.  This is Mr. Fairfield High School Principal with an update.  As of this afternoon Governor DeWine has extended the time we will be engaging in remote learning to May 1st this is a tentative date and is the earliest we could return.  Please note that this date could be pushed back further based on the coronavirus situation.  We will continue to operate using Google Classroom.  Students should have begun to work on extended learning using this platform beginning today.  Teachers have been working from home to make certain that assignments are available for all classes.   We understand this is unprecedented and there is no good replacement for face to face learning.  We simply cannot replicate the quality education we provide on a day to day basis without being at school.  This can be a frustrating time for our students and their families.  Please know that we will do all we can as a district to make certain that we always act in the best interests of our students.  The legislature and the governor have already cancelled standardized testing for this school year and passed legislation to ensure that this graduating class will not be affected and will graduate if they were on track to do so. Please note that athletics will remain on hiatus until we have further clarification.  Teams are not permitted to use athletic facilities or to engage in organized practices.  That order includes athletic fields and playgrounds. 

With all of that being said we also know there are families that may need paper packets.  Some of our younger grades are relying solely on packets.  These materials may be picked up at the school Friday April 3, 2020 at the Elementary Entrance from noon to 4 pm.  We are not permitting people to enter the school, however we will have tables set up in the foyer for paper pick up.  Most high school students will be able to access their materials through google classroom.  We will provide opportunities for pick up and drop off later in the month for additional items.  Remember that there is still a stay at home order in effect and we are still required to practice social distancing.  Students and parents are reminded that the best way to communicate with teachers and principals is via email.  Thank you again for your understanding.  We will get through this uncertain time and be stronger for it.  Finally to ensure a sense of normalcy Mrs. Donatelli and myself will continue to update the bristol twitter and facebook page.  In fact this week is a virtual spirit week.  Please check out the facebook or twitter post.  Thank you!
Cold vs Flu and When to Stay Home From School
Staff to students slideshow


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