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75 Hunt Street

Fairfax, VT 05454

 

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Tel:   HS/MS (802) 849-6711

          Elementary 849-2222

Fax:  (802) 849-2611

 

Office Hours

M-F:  7 am - 3:30 pm 

STUDENT HOURS

Access classrooms at 8:15

Classes begin at 8:20

Dismissal at 2:55

Propane for School Supplies!!

Liberty Propane will donate 2 cents per gallon purchased to BFA.  This money can help purchase computers, books, band instruments, etc! 

How can you help??

All you need to do is bring to us the portion of your Liberty Propane receipt that says community/school days on it.  

Thank you to Liberty Propane!

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Electric Bus Pilot Program Opportunity

BFA has an exciting opportunity to participate in an "ALL ELECTRIC" school bus pilot program. This opportunity comes at NO ADDITIONAL COST to us over the price of our conventional diesel buses. The purchasing plan for this coming budget year is to purchase 2 new diesel buses for about $180,000 total. Through the program we will be able to purchase 2 "all electric" buses at the same cost as our conventional diesel buses. The necessary charging equipment and training of the drivers and the mechanic is all included in the program at no additional cost to BFA. The data gathered will show us the feasibility of purchasing electric buses for this geography and climate in the future. Just think "quiet" and "no smell" (among other benefits)! 

One of the things needed to be accepted into the pilot program is the support of the school, local boards and community. Your support is an important part of the application process. With that said, we welcome comments on this exciting opportunity by clicking on the link below.   

Thank you for your time and input! 

Did You Know?

Act 166 provides publicly funded Pre-Kindergarten for children between the ages of 3 and 5 who reside in the town of Fairfax, Vermont, effective July 1, 2016.  Publicly funded Pre-Kindergarten education is defined as: 10 hours per week for 35 weeks of developmentally appropriate learning experiences that are based on Vermont's Early Learning Standards and are delivered by qualified teachers in an approved setting.  Pre-Kindergarten education is limited to the academic year.

More information on the Act 166 program, and an application, can be found under the Registration tab.  Thank you!

Jobs

FWSU Bus Driver (0.52 - 0.54 FTE) 

The Franklin West Supervisory Union is seeking bus drivers for hourly, school year positions. Basic responsibilities will be a daily am/pm bus route, Monday – Friday, 3.25 - 3.5 hours per day, for a total of 16.25 - 17.50 hours per week. Would prefer a Class B CDL license with air brake, passenger and school bus endorsement. For more information call Patsy Parker at 849-2068 

 

BFA Fairfax Car Driver (Part-time, hours vary)

 

BFA Fairfax is seeking a car driver for hourly, school year positions (hours vary). Basic responsibilities will be to transport students to and from school in a school-owned vehicle. For more information call Patsy Parker at 849-2068

Genesis, BFA Fairfax's arts magazine is filled with poems, stories, and digital photos from students in grades 7-12. 

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Vermont Then and Now is a work of BFA Fairfax's Vermont Literature class. In it you will find five students personal visions of their state conveyed in poetry, narratives, essays, oral histories and photos. They hope you enjoy reading it as much as they enjoyed making it.

BFA Middle School Chorus performing at the Town Hall Meeting Concert with Senator Sanders.  BFA performs between the 10'45" and 20'10" marks.

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