About Our School
Fairview Elementary is located approximately 10 miles north of Pulaski along State Highway 32. Fairview provides educational opportunities for over 130 students in 4K through fifth grade. The children who attend our school reside in Krakow and the surrounding townships of Angelica, Chase, Morgan, and Green Valley.
Fairview has a true small family feel as the school prides itself in having seven classrooms including 4K. Teachers know the students and students know the teachers by name. This produces an environment that everyone feels welcome in. It is a school where the principal even answers the telephone.
- School time: 8:35 a.m. - 3:50 p.m.
- Grades: 4K-5
- Staff Members: 25
- Student Enrollment: 156
- School Forest: 10 acres
Fairview was built in 1962 during a period of growth in the area. In fact, the school continued to grow at such a rapid pace that an addition was built in 1968 to house all of the school’s students. Today, Fairview is home to more than 150 students and gives a positive, close-knit community to grow in.
During the 1990s, the District saw an increase in students. In 1998, the District passed a referendum to build a new high school allowing the development of the Pulaski Community Middle School. Because of this, all of the elementary schools, including Fairview, became a K-5 school.
- School forest and outdoor classroom provide students with unique learning opportunities for students
- Community sponsored athletic programs: soccer, basketball, flag football, lacrosse, baseball, and wrestling
- Kindergarten Transition Program before start of school year
- 10 specialist teachers, including four special education and speech/language teachers and five support staff
- School-based Girl Scout Troops
- Grades 3-5 are eligible to join Fairview Battle of the Books, Choir, and Student Leadership Team Organizations
- Daily fresh fruit and salad bar available during school lunch
- Breakfast is offered every day
- Early World Language: Students in grades K-5 learn Spanish
- Prevea 'Love to Run' Program
- Parent-Staff Organization (PSO)
- Common core standards
- Strong academic focus on reading, writing, math, and social studies
- Specialists in music, art, physical education, guidance, and library
- Classroom materials help students grow socially, emotionally, and academically
- Integration of technology into the classroom by giving students the necessary skills for success in the 21st century
- Flexible schedules allow teachers to better respond to students’ needs
- Frequent classroom computer and library use
- SMART board systems in every grade level classroom
- Chromebooks, iPod Touches, and iPads available as student learning tools
- Online parent communication via Skyward Student
- School computer labs, classroom computers, and mobile lab for student use in all grade levels
- Focus on 21st century technological skills through Information and Technology Literacy Standards
- WiFi available throughout school