Please join us for a free, sensory friendly holiday concert on December 4th @ 7pm in the CHS Auditorium. The Copley-Fairlawn Music Department presents A SENSORY FRIENDLY HOLIDAY CONCERT featuring holiday music from the Copley High School Choir, Copley High School Wind Ensemble, Fort Island Bell Choir and the CFMS guitar club. While open to all individuals with special needs, special focus is given to audience members with sensory sensitivities, who may be more sensitive to their environment. Accommodations are provided by performing at half volume, with soft lighting. You are welcome to bring items that may make you more comfortable during the concert, such as headphones, sensory manipulatives, etc. The commons area will be available, in case audience members need a break from the concert. Our hope is that you can sit back, relax, and enjoy some sounds of the season, in a judgement free environment.
Recently, the state of Ohio released the latest round of school report cards. The administration of the Copley-Fairlawn City School District would like to share some facts about this report card. Additionally, we would like to share some other accomplishments which you will not see on the report card. Lastly, information was reported about our performance index score which was inaccurate. We believe it is important to share accurate information with our community.
Copley-Fairlawn has low class sizes to help target student instruction. Of seven area districts that are similar to Copley-Fairlawn, we have the lowest K-4 class size with an average of 21 students per class. Our average 5th and 6th grade class size is 26 students per class ranking us closely behind three of the similar districts that average 23, 24.5 and 25 respectively. In addition to our low class sizes, we provide an additional 20 tutors to help our students achieve success. You can see our class size history by clicking the learn more text above this article. We thank our Board of Education for their continued support
CFMS 8th graders Aristo Liu and Jasmine Walker competed in the state finals of the You Be The Chemist Challenge in Toledo, Ohio on Saturday, April 29th. Jasmine advanced through the first and second elimination rounds before being eliminated. Aristo won the state championship and will compete at the national event on June 19th in Washington, D.C.