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  • Did You Know? Episode 1 - The Four Cities Educational Compact

    Did You know? The Four Cities Educational Compact. Career-Technical Education is becoming more important in today’s world. Hear directly from the Director of the Four Cities Educational Compact about the opportunities available in Copley and throughout all compact schools.

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  • Family and Consumer Science Community Service

    The Family and Consumer Science classes helped celebrate this holiday season by doing Community Service.

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  • CFCSD Celebrates the District's Cultural Diversity

    Copley-Fairlawn City Schools administration hosted a dinner event at the Akron/Fairlawn Hilton on December 1st. The focus of the annual event is to introduce entry year staff to the cultural diversity within our school system and provide some insight into services and the English Second Language (ESL) population in our schools.

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  • Holiday Programs for Families in Need

    Copley Township, Copley-Fairlawn Kiwanis and Copley Outreach Center are coordinating donation opportunities for you to donate to or nominate families for assistance.

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  • Speech & Debate Team Organizes Donation

    Annual Speech & Debate tournament teams donate new socks for donation to Haven of Rest in Akron.

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  • Summit County Education Celebration Honorees

    Congratulations to Amy Belles and Melinda Black for representing Copley-Fairlawn Schools as our representatives for Teacher of the Year and Rookie of the Year respectively. They were honored during the Summit County Education Celebration!!

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  • 2015-2016 School Report Cards

    The Ohio Department of Education (ODE) recently released 2015-2016 School Report Cards which are issued to provide a snapshot of how school districts are performing throughout the State of Ohio. In Copley-Fairlawn, we have grown accustomed to earning the highest marks achievable on our local report card.

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  • Copley-Fairlawn City Schools releases Quality Profile

    Copley-Fairlawn City Schools has released their 2015-16 Quality Profile. To see an overview of the ongoing efforts of your Copley-Fairlawn City Schools staff and the accomplishments of our students, visit District Information, About our District.

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  • Copley-Fairlawn High School Band Sports New Uniforms

    Thank you Copley-Fairlawn Music Boosters and Copley Fairlawn Board of Education

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  • State and National Art Award Winners

    We are pleased to announce that the following students have earned national recognition in the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards of 2016: Jaret Waters, Caitlin Haislip, Tzvi Kogan. These students have been identified by panels of creative professionals as the most talented young artists and writers in the nation.

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  • Students Awarded at World Cheer Competition

    Congratulations Julie Seagren and Kate Boughton, Copley-Fairlawn students, for winning medals at the International Cheer Union Cheerleading Championships held for 109 member nations at Disney World Resort April 21-22,2016. The girls competed against athletes from around the world.

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  • Academic Challenge National Results

    The CFMS Academic Challenge team travelled to Atlanta for the NAQT National Championship on May 7-8. The team finished in 21st place out of a strong field of 160 teams. Three members of this team...

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  • Copley-Fairlawn Middle School Receives the First Annual Momentum Award from the State Board of Education

    Congratulations to Copley-Fairlawn Middle School students, parents and staff for receiving the first annual Momentum Award from Ohio’s State Board of Education recognizing straight A’s on every value-added measure. We are fortunate to have such a professional group of educators leading our students.

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