Jun 29
Principal Message

June 29, 2022


Dear Fairview Families,


The 2021-22 school year was another challenging year and I am proud of how our students, families and staff continued to push forward through these challenging times.  Once again, we made the best of ongoing difficult situations. 


The end of the school year is filled with mixed emotions as we say goodbye to students and staff and welcome the summer break.  We are wishing Bryan Doerksen, Ryan Franklin, Jake Halle, Aqeel Joseph, Stephanie Karbashewski, Larissa Lavallee, Riley Paton, Sara Therrien and Joe Lanteigne all the best as they move on to new chapters of their careers.  We will be welcoming back Ivanna Odegard and welcoming new staff members, Ashley Benison, Claire Berenger, Justin Seitz and Mindy Walliser to the Fairview team.


To our Grade 9's, you have finished your Middle School journey during a very difficult time and have proved that you are a courageous and resilient group of young people.  Each and every one of you have made us proud.  Use the three years ahead of you to explore areas of passion, expand your knowledge and make wonderful new friends.  Enjoy your high school years.


We will be having a staggered re-entry to start the 2022-23 school year. Grades 4-6 only will attend on Thursday, September 1, 2022 for the full day (9:10am – 3:50pm).  Grades 7-9 only will attend on Friday, September 2, 2022 (9:10am – 1:30pm).   School start up information is available on our school website.


The main office will be closed as of 12 noon on June 30, 2022 and will not re-open until August 29, 2022 at 9am.

I wish everyone a safe and happy summer.


Therese McCoag

Principal, Fairview School​


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