Elementary School
BEAR Pledge
BEAR Pledge
 Be an active learner
Exercise responsibilty
Always be safe  
Respect Each other
Project Connect
Project Connect
What is Project Connect? 
 Project Connect ensures the educational rights of children and youth experiencing homelessness as outlined in the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act. Project Connect staff determine a family's eligibility for services, and work with parents , schools, community agencies, and surrounding school districts to ensure that homeless students in grades Pre-K through 12 have full and equal opportunity to succeed in school. 
Project Connect works with several agencies and surrounding school districts to provide assistance with:  
  • school selection and enrollment
  • school transportation
  • after-school tutoring and homework assistance at shelter agencies
  • book bags and school supplies for students 
  • addressing barriers that affect school attendance and full participation 
  • obtaining necessary documents such as birth certificates, school records, and medical records
  • dispute resolution 
Who is homeless?
The term "homeless children and youth" means individuals who lack a fixed, regular and adequate night -time residence. 
It includes those who are:
  • sharing the housing of other persons due to loss of home,economic hardship, 
  • living in motels or hotels.
  • staying in trailer parks or camp grounds due to the lack of alternative adequate accommodations.
  • living in emergency or transitional shelter.
  • abandoned in hospitals. 
  • awaiting foster care placement.
  • living on their own, such as youth who have run away or have been put out of their house.
School Dress Code

Please use the following guidelines for you child's School Uniform:

Fairmoor Elementary is a uniform dress code school.

The uniform dress code consists of:

  • White, navy blue, or light blue collar shirt (polo style) or blouse

  • Navy blue or khaki skirt, jumper or dress pants

  • Shoes should be tennis shoes or have a soft sole bottom


The following are NOT PERMITTED:

  • Tee shirts, halters, spaghetti straps and shirts that show midriffs

  • Logos or writing on shirts and / or basketball shorts

  • Sagging pants or pants that drag the ground

  • Hats, bandannas, sweatbands or wristbands

  • Wheelies, flip flops, heels, jellies, sandals
District News
In Columbus City Schools, we are safer when we work together to prioritize safety. Speak up and save a life by calling or texting our new anonymous safety hotline.  Read More >
New High School Graduation Requirements for the Class of 2018 and Beyond
Find out what the Ohio Department of Education graduation requirements include starting in 2018.  Read More >
Immigrant and Refugee Family Resources
Free information and access to assistance and services for our immigrant and refugee families can be found here.   Read More >
New, Easy Transcript Requests
Columbus City Schools is happy to announce a new, streamlined transcript and information request process!  Read More >
School Events
Below you will  find our NEW school discipline plan. All students will START THEIR DAY ON GREEN. 
Purple Level: I'm AWESOME  :)
  I have gone above and beyond during the day. 
Blue Level: I'm having a Great Day! 
I'm learning and making responsible choices beyond what is expected. 
Green Level: Ready To Learn  
 I'm ready to learn, it's where we START EACH DAY. 
Yellow Level: Think About IT
 I got a warning about behavior in the class or hallway with any teacher or staff member. 
Red Level: Parent Contact and Teachers's Choice
The teacher and student will discuss the Student's behavior during this time AND a phone call is made by the teacher. 
District Events
Principal - Ms. Linda Willis
614) 365-6169  |   3281 Mayfair Park Place Columbus, OH 43213
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