Fast Facts about Fairview Elementary School

  • Fairview Fast Facts:5th grade students

    • How many students attend Fairview?
      • We currently have enrolled about 500 students.
    • What are the school hours for Fairview Elementary?
      • School office hours are 7am - 4:30pm
      • Students must arrive no later than 7:30am otherwise they will be marked tardy.  The school day ends at 2pm.
    • What are Fairview's school colors?
      • Purple and Gold
    • Does Fairview have a mascot?
      • Yes, our mascot is a Wildcat.  Occassionally Wildcat Willy makes an appearance at school events.
    • Does Fairview have an after school program?
      • Yes we do have an after school program on campus.  Please contact Christy Hough for more information.
    • Does Fairview have any clubs for students?
      • We have many clubs offered to our students.
        • FESN School Broadcast Team (5th grade)
        • Media Assistants (5th grade)
        • School Library Council (3rd-5th grades)
        • Garden Club (3rd-5th grades)
        • Chess Club (3rd-5th grades)
        • Art Club (4th & 5th grades)
        • Chorus (4th & 5th grades)
        • School Performance Club (4th & 5th grades)
    • Does Fairview have a STEM Lab?
      • Yes!  We are finishing up our first year with our STEM (Science, Technology, Engingeering, and Math) Lab and our students and staff are loving it!  
    • Does Fairview have a PTO?
      • Yes, please contact our President Betsy Arndt for more information on joining our school PTO.
    • Are their volunteer opportunities at Fairview?
      • Yes, there are many ways you can help at school or from home.  Please sign up to be an approved volunteer on the UCPS website so that you can begin lending a helping hand.

    PBIS

    • What does PBIS stand for?
      • PBIS stands for Positive Behavior Intervention System.
    • What is PBIS?
      • The goal for this plan is to help students become successful by instilling a positive attitude regarding behavior and academics. PBIS is based on learning rather than punishment. Students are expected to be responsible for their own actions in spite of the actions of others.
    • What are the expectations for students?
      • Our students are expected to follow our PAWS procedures throughout the school year. It is our vision that each student, within the first couple of weeks at school, will learn and practice what is on the matrix.  
    • PAWS Rewards
      • Students have the opportunity to win the coveted PAWS trophy throughout the school year.
      • Students have the opporunity to be included in the school reward each 6 weeks. 
      • Students have the opportunity to use their red tckets to shop from the rewards cart.