Music & The Arts
Band (Grades 4-6)
The Fairview band plays at a variety of school functions. The band practices with the instrumental teacher two times a week during school.
Contact: Brian Goslee at email@example.com
Strings (All ages welcome)
Violin and cello instruction is open to all grades. The number of participants is based on space available. Practice with the instructor is held once a week, with the schedule based on age and skill level.
Contact: Melanie Markowich at firstname.lastname@example.org
German Choir (Grades 2-6, acceptance by audition only)
Fairview has one of the most popular and talented elementary school choirs in the city. They have performed at the Union Terminal, at Music Hall for the May Festival and for a number of Cincinnati businesses and organizations. Participation is by invitation only and practices are held once a week after school. Contact: Kathleen Hofmann at email@example.com
Clubs & Organizations
The Art Club spends 1.5 hours per week creating masterpieces. Contact: Mary Glynn Auer at firstname.lastname@example.org
Chess Club (Grades 1-6)
Chess Club is open to students in any grade. The Club meets once per week after school. Students move up in level depending on skill and experience. Competitions are arranged during the school year.
Girl Scouts/Boy Scouts
Scout troops are formed by, and are dependent on, adult volunteers.
Student Council (Students Grades 4-6)
Students in grades 4-6 elect two classmates from each class to serve on the Fairview Student Council.
Clubs meet one day per week. At Fairview-Clifton 25 students in grades 3-6 meet in the school library / computer lab. TECHie Club provides students with: Technology and 21st century skills, a safe and supportive environment to elevate their confidence with technology, a new awareness of technology and other STEM-related careers and Connections with role models employed in technology intensive fields. To find out more about TECHie Club go to: http://www.techcorpsohio.org/index.php.
Contact: Melanie Baumann, TECHie Club teacher liaison, at email@example.com
Fairview-Clifton Athletic Boosters' Web site!
The group behind organizing all our athletics at Fairview including the addition of basketball and baseball (soon to include Running Club and Skiing), now has their own site. For more information about how this wonderful parent organization is supporting Fairview's sports endeavors, check out: http://www.fairviewathletic
Registration for Fairview-Clifton Baseball has been very successful, allowing the formation of at least three teams for the spring 2011 season. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com with any questions.
For more information about our basketball team, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Fairview Runs (Running Club, all grades)
Fairview Runs is open to anyone at Fairview (parents, teachers, staff). Running practices start in early February and continue through early May. The runners participate as a large group (the Heart Mini-Marathon 2K in March and the Flying Pig 5K in May) and have lots of fun together. Practices are held twice a week after school (Mondays and Fridays 4-5 pm). Contact: Sarah Langenderfer at email@example.com or 513.363.2138
SAY Soccer (Grades K-6)
The soccer program at Fairview hosts boys and girls teams at every level of elementary SAY soccer. There are fall teams for grades 1-6 and spring teams for K-5. The teams practice either after school or in the evenings. For more information, please visit the Fairview-Clifton Soccer page.
Contact: Erin Upp at firstname.lastname@example.org
Ski Club (Adults and children, Age 7 or older)
The club program is a once-a-week, six visit pass that includes a series of four, 60-minute lessons available on Mondays. The two additional days may be used any day, once a week, Mondays-Thursdays or after 5:30 pm on Sundays. The lessons will begin the first week of January with the option of skiing or snow boarding lessons. Contact: Melanie DelGado at email@example.com or 513.559.1676