News and Announcements
This page is dedicated to bringing you the most current FMS news. If you would like to receive the FMS Daily Announcements, which includes more time-sensitive information (i.e. sports practice and game times, clubs meeting after school, etc.), just email Kate Lassan.
Summer Office Hours
The front office should be open most days during the summer between 8:00am-3:00pm. Please call 615-472-4430 if you have any questions.
What's Happening at FMS?
The FMS Calendar will provide you with dates for school plays, sports events, Late Starts, holidays, picture days, etc.
The building is open for drop-off at 7:20 a.m. and all students must be picked up by 3:05 p.m. unless participating in an extracurricular activity.
No check-outs after 2:20pm-In order to have a safe and orderly dismissal, there will not be any early check outs after 2:20 p.m. If you arrive after 2:20 p.m. you will need to proceed to the car rider line, call the school, and we will let your student know of the transportation change. Early dismissal Students are required to be in their assigned classroom until the conclusion of the school day at 2:47 p.m. If a student is dismissed from school early, a doctor’s note or parent note is required to excuse the dismissal. You can email a doctor or parent note to Elizabeth Dawson for early dismissal. The student will be called from class when the parent or guardian arrives at school and signs them out in the front office. Please have your ID at the door when checking out for school safety.
Friendly reminder: ALL staff and visitors must have ID. Nobody will be permitted into the building without proper identification. Visit this WCS page for more information.
We wanted the community to be aware of this great and free resource. You can bookmark Homework Hotline's website and follow them on social media to get the latest information on what they have to offer.
What's Happening in WCS?
To stay informed about what is going on around the county, check out the InFocus page!
Students at Fairview Middle are using everyday household items to make model cars.
Building Pringle Rings
Students at Fairview Middle School are using their engineering skills to try and build a ring using only Pringles chips.
The FMS girls' 4x400-meter relay team took first place in Division A! (May 2022)