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Fayette County Schools will be closed Friday, March 6, 2015
Fayette County Schools will be closed Friday, March 6, due to inclement weather. Read More

Pre-Kindergarten Registration Information and Packet
Pre-K Registration will be here before you know it, and FCS wants to make sure that you are prepared to get your little one enrolled. Registration will be March 24 through the 27 at each elementary school site.  If you have any questions, please contact our Coordinator of Pre-K, Ms. Jodi Morris.     Click here for the Pre-... Read More

Fayette-Ware Student Lands Football Scholarship
Pictured, front row, Tiffany Murrell, Raidaraious Anderson, Robbin Anderson, back row, Dr. Lonnie Harris, James Teague, Coach Scott Blair, Coach Frank Bowman, Coach Randy Griffith, Coach Wade Bonner and Dr. Walter Owens On Wednesday, February 4, Fayette-Ware student, Raidarious Anderson signed his national letter of intent to play football for... Read More

Fayette County Schools celebrated the 100th day of school
On Tuesday, January 27, several Fayette County Schools celebrated their 100th day of school.  From the first day of school, classes began keeping track of the number of days they have been in school in anticipation of their 100th day.  It was a great day for teachers to celebrate various mathematical concepts that can be t... Read More

Focus on Fayette-Ware Beta Club
Beta Club Inductions Last week, Fayette-Ware Comprehensive High School held their National Beta Club Inductions.  The mission of the club is to promote the ideals of academic achievement, character, service and leadership among elementary and secondary school students.  They are to also reward meritorious achievement, encourage and a... Read More

Fayette County District Wide Spelling Bee Champions
Director of Fayette County Schools Mr. James Teague with Dalton Matthews (runner-up) and Dunstan Ashe (winner) Students from the Fayette County School District competed Thursday, January 15, in the gymnatorium of Buckley-Carpenter Elementary for the opportunity to win the District Wide Spelling Bee. The spelling bee comprised of 16 students... Read More

2014-2015 Family Friendly Calendar
Click here for the 2014-2015 Family Friendly Calendar Read More


Important FCS Links Listed below:


Pre-Registration Packet: 2014-2015 School Year

Transportation Request Form 2014-2015

Controlled Choice Application. Click here for form. 

Documents for Proof of Address

Controlled Choice Student Assignment Program

See and apply for other current job postings


TN Promise Meeting on March 17, 2015 has been cancelled

TN Promise Meeting-  Monday, April 13, from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00p.m. at Fayette-Ware


Click on image below to see Alex Beenes interview on his new book Lessons from a Southern Mother


Congratulations Miss Denisha Patrick for being recognized by Fayette County Schools and the Fayette County Board of Education for your hard work and dedication.


Cool Kid: Fayette Co. Teen Committed To Giving Back


Click to leave a note to make a FCS Child Happy!

I'm FCS HAPPY because... 

To: Ms. Knolton at EJH

We are glad to have you back and we are deeply sorry for your loss. 

To: Mrs. Shannon at WJH

I miss you Mrs. Shannon.  From: Bils

To: Kathryn Grace Whitten at Buckley-Carpenter

Congrats to Miss Kathryn Grace Whitten for achieving Honor Rll at Buckley-Carpenter Elementary School.  She is blessed to be a blessing. -Sandra Thies-Whitten

To: Joseph David Alexander Whitten at EJH

Congrats to Master Joseph David Alexander Whitten for being chosen to represent East Jr. High as the Student of the Month.  He is blessed to be a blessing. -Sandra Thies-Whitten

To: Oscar at WJH

You are a great student!

To: Kelsie, Allison, Jordan at FWHS

Four fantastic young ladies with a bright future ahead of them! Keep up all the hard work and never let anyone stand between you and your dreams! Stay real. Stay true. Love you all! Mandy

To: Jordan at FWHS

I'm so proud of the strong, determined, beautiful young lady you have become! Keep up the good work Babygirl! I love you to the moon and back! Mom

To: Zoe Sechrest at Buckley-Carpenter Elementary

I want to say how proud I am that Zoe has started the Pre-K class and how well she has adjusted to this BIG change!  Zoe has autism and is doing very well in Mrs. Amber Elmore's class.  We have seen such a change in her in just 2 weeks.  She looks very happy and her speech has improved as well as her socialization skills.  

Thank you so much for doing what you do Mrs. Amber along with your awesome assistants!

To: McKenzie Sechrest at East Junior High

Congrats on making Student of the Month for February at East Junior High!  We are so proud of you!  Keep up the good work.  

Love your Mom, Dad, Sisters, Brother, Grandparents, and Uncle

To: Evelyn at Buckley-Carpenter Elementary

Congratulations Evelyn on making the honor roll. Thank you Ms. Hunsucker for all you do.

-Ms Granderson

Congratulations Trevorius Henderson, Emily Parker and Zaccheus Harvey for receiving East Junior High Student of the Month. 

To: Fayette-Ware, East Jr. High and LaGrange-Moscow Students

I am the mother of two sons who are former graduates of Fayette Ware High School and they have both obtained college degrees after graduating.  I am proud of the Fayette County Board of Education for educating my sons and preparing them for college after graduating. KIDS when you make education a priority, you can accomplish great things.

Jackie Shields 

I am so proud of all my HAP students.  Thanks for a great first semester of school!

Narilyn Mayo 

To my Super Second Graders,

I can't wait to see all of your great ideas come to life when you make your Polar Express train car!! I am excitedly anticipating your work!

Love, Mrs. Rubie Jones 

To: Kathryn Whitten at Central Elementary

I am proud to be Katie's father.  She has blessed me and I am sure she will become a good citizen. - David Whitten

To: Joseph Whitten at East Junior High

I am proud to be Joseph's father.  He has blessed me and I am very proud of him for being a good student and citizen.  - David Whitten