New Wayne County CEO Facilitator: Sarah Rush was recently named the new Wayne County CEO Facilitator for area high school junior and senior students enrolling in the CEO program for the fall of 2024. Rush has volunteered with the program in the past and believes this position to be a perfect fit for her love for both the community and education as well as student success. Rush is an adjunct instructor at Frontier Community College and substitute teaches. "I am excited about this opportunity to not only mentor students in the study of entrepreneurship but also instill a passion for community engagement," said Rush. Rush follows in the footsteps of Alyssa Short who has been at the helm for the past five years. Alyssa has recently joined Keys Real Estate in addition to owning and operating Blessed Blooms Flower Farm & Market. If any community business leader or any community organization would like to learn more about the Wayne County CEO program and serve as a guest speaker or business host, please contact Sarah Rush at 618-516-1200 or by email at The program is now recruiting students for next fall. Students at Fairfield Community High School, Cisne High School, and Wayne City High School are eligible to enroll. Please contact your high school's guidance counselor or contact Sarah Rush using her contact information.
2 days ago, Bob Wells
Mrs. Rush
FCHS Spring Honor Roll
12 days ago, Donnie Lyons
Here are the Counselors' Comments for June!
13 days ago, Donnie Lyons
CEO Opportunity for All Junior and Senior Students at FCHS, Wayne City, and Cisne!
19 days ago, Bob Wells
Wayne County CEO Opportunity
FCHS Summer Hours
21 days ago, Donnie Lyons
Sum hours
Big Congrats to the New FCHS Show Choir Members for 24-25!! Kimaya Barbre, Caleb Caldwell, Sam Coomer, Jack Copeland, Eden Duckworth, Lela Duckworth, Audrey Fletcher, Mason Hill, Kyra Lyons, Maveryck Lyons Abby Phelps, Kaitlyn Sessions, Olivia Smith, Katelyn Squire Thank you to all who tried out! We had a lot of really good auditions this year! Show Choir Camp will be July 24th, 25th, and 26th from 1 PM to 5PM!
21 days ago, Bob Wells
Teaching Opportunity at FCHS: English/Language Arts See attached link
22 days ago, Bob Wells
Employment Opportunity at FCHS: Assistant Director of Maintenance See attached link
22 days ago, Bob Wells
FCHS has an opening for a Maintenance position. See the job posting at the following link.
29 days ago, Fairfield Comm. High School
Come support the FCHS Student Council. Sunday, May 19th
about 1 month ago, Fairfield Comm. High School
2024-2025 School and Sports Physical Information.
about 1 month ago, Fairfield Comm. High School
Due to the weather, the 2024 Graduation Ceremony will be held at 5:00pm on Saturday, May 11th at the Center Street Gymnasium. There will be seating for approximately 1200 so tickets will not be needed. A live stream will be availible on Mule Nation.
about 1 month ago, Fairfield Comm. High School
Here are the Counselors' Comments for May!
about 1 month ago, Fairfield Comm. High School
All events at FCHS with 2 exceptions. CEO Trade Show @ Willow Creek. Baccalaureate @ Cornerstone Community Church
about 2 months ago, Fairfield Comm. High School
Fairfield Community High School will be presenting its annual awards day for Seniors on Friday, April 26th in the east gym of the high school, starting at 8:30 am. Parents and guests are welcome to attend this event. All visitors are asked to enter through the gym lobby doors and sit in the bottom bleachers on the northwest side.
about 2 months ago, Fairfield Comm. High School
The Senior Scholastic Banquet was recently held at the First Christian Church. Congratulations to our Seniors!
about 2 months ago, Fairfield Comm. High School
Wayne County Seniors are off to Washington DC!! Safe travels!!!
about 2 months ago, Bob Wells
Reminder: Prom lineup announcements will begin at 5:00 pm today. Lineup will take place on 4th and Douglas and the announcement will take place In front of the high school. Do not block driveways. RJ marketing will livestream the event.
2 months ago, Bob Wells
Attention Seniors: Don't forget to make your way to Gordy's Machine & Tool and paint your Senior square over break. A big thanks to Mr. Gordy Toombs and his family for allowing our students to do this and for all they do for Fairfield!
3 months ago, Bob Wells
Looks like someone is happy to be pulled over!! Big thanks to SRO Sager for helping Mr. Fleener's Drivers ED class with our annual mock traffic stop. The activity helps students to understand the procedures of a proper traffic stop.
3 months ago, Bob Wells