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posted Feb 13, 2015, 9:29 AM by Carol Cline   [ updated Feb 13, 2015, 9:29 AM ]


  • More than 16 million children suffer from  hunger. That is one out of every 5 children.  Through their 4-week Cupcake Challenge, Mrs. Haynes' Food & Nutrition class that will be donating $310 for the FCCLA National Project "No Kid Hungry Campaign".  Thank you to all who purchased a cupcake to make this donation possible.

  • Pictures for the contestants in the Miss Fairala pageant will be Thursday, February, 19 immediately following homeroom.  Contestants should meet in front of the auditorium.

  • Pictures for contestants in the Fair Queen Pageant will be Thursday, February 19 immediately after homeroom.  Contestants should meet in front of the auditorium.

  • Strawberry sales are going on right now.  If you are interested in purchasing strawberries this year, please see a football player or cheerleader today.  Limited time to buy.  Sales end Feb. 17th  $15.00 for half a flat and $25 for whole flat.

  • The band is selling Fairview Aggies customized sunglasses for $10/pair. Eighties style or Sports Style available. See a band member to order.

  • The Fairview Alumni Association $10,000 draw down is Saturday, March 14. Tickets are $100.00 each and include two meals. See Mr. Kilgo if you would like to purchase one.

  • Parkside School is holding a Swamp John's Fundraiser for Ronda Harris.  It is Wednesday February 25th from 3 to 6 at the school.  Please call or text 256-708-1643 to get tickets. The cost is $11.00.

  • The ROV team will be selling Hot Beverages in the break room on Wednesday mornings from 7:15 to 7:40.


  • We love our Aggie Varsity Girls Basketball Team!!!

  • If you are interested in signing up for football this year, please see:

Coach Redding for JV/V (grades 8-11)

Coach Rasco for Middle School (graded 6-7)

  • Varsity Soccer Boys and Girls play at home on February 26 against Brewer with girls at 5:00 and boys at 7:00.

  • The first baseball game is tomorrow,  February 17 against Danville.

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