Fairmont Area Schools 4+

Fairmont Area School District

Designed for iPhone

    • 2.8 • 16 Ratings
    • Free

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Description

Introducing the brand new app Fairmont Area Schools.

NEVER MISS AN EVENT
The event section shows a list of events throughout the district. Users can add an event to your calendar to share the event with friends and family with one tap.  

CUSTOMIZE NOTIFICATIONS
Select your student’s organization within the app and make sure you never miss a message.

CAFETERIA MENUS 
Within the dining section, you’ll find an easy to navigate, weekly menu, sorted by day and meal type.

DISTRICT UPDATES
In the Live Feed is where you’ll find updates from administration about what’s going on in the district right now.  Whether that’s celebrating a student’s success, or reminding you about an upcoming deadline.

CONTACT STAFF & DEPARTMENTS
Find relevant staff and department contacts under an easy to navigate directory.

What’s New

Version 2.3.0

Introducing the improved Fairmont Area Schools app!
Our goal is to provide a better user experience through a revamped design with all the features you love and more.

New and updated features include (but not limited to):
-- Experience a user friendly home screen with quick bits of the most recent information from the live feed, events, and dining sections.
-- Set a default org, update org subscriptions, and opt-in and select push notification groups at the same time.
-- Expand a calendar to view events for a selected date.
-- Search for staff members and documents.

Ratings and Reviews

2.8 out of 5
16 Ratings

16 Ratings

Weston Loughmiller ,

Flexing in School

The app is fine, I don’t really see it being extremely useful when an email newsletter could certainly serve the same purpose, but it works. But what I do want to talk about is the schools policies regarding flexing and fast. Flexing was a great system that allowed for student choice and the ability to take responsibility for your own learning without the distraction of a classroom full of students trying to understand the same thing. It worked well for students who wanted a quiet envoirment to work, students who wanted a small group setting, and students who finished earlier to work on other work for other classes or take a break without distracting others. There may have been adequate reasons in the administrations eyes to take away this system, but none the less the system was one of the best things available for a student at FJSHS, but due to the administration enacting policies without student input or support despite having multiple ways in which to do so, such as the student advisory council, students and their learning are made to suffer.

rashelly ,

plz stop changing things

When it comes to learning and being in a healthy environment, it’s best to keep things consistent. I’ve only been a student at fhs for about 4 years and already I’ve seen AT LEAST 5 major changes. FAST was a fantastic idea, so why get rid of it? It was a great way to let students relax and/or get things done (especially if these students don’t have a study hall and/or are taking many honor’s classes). That brings me to flex and the removal of it. Flex was a great way to let students do work with some freedom, such as eating food, talking with friends, and relaxing. Most schools’ goal is to get kids ready for college, and one component of college is having freedom in learning. And, it’s a lot less stressful to do work in the Commons or Media Center than it is to do work in a classroom. Also, the younger grades looked forward to be able to flex and the year that they finally can, flex is removed. Stop changing things, it’s very frustrating and causes stress for students, especially when they’ve been waiting for this for so long.

haw yee ,

bad use of tax money

this app is good until you remember they spent a total of $17,000 to get an app like this. really could be better. i’m calling you out erik walker. also bring back flexing because school is just gonna make my mental health issues skyrocket without flexing;)

App Privacy

The developer, Fairmont Area School District, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

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