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Fairfield Elementary School - Fairfield, MT

Fairfield Elementary: the rock that provides the foundation!

Fairfield Elementary: the rock that provides the foundation!

Fairfield Elementary is the rock that provides the foundation for an enriching learning experience. High expectations in all areas of student learning coupled with strong support systems allows students to become productive young people. Our students have access to the after school FLY (Fairfield Leading Youth) program that provides both enrichment activities and additional learning opportunities. Students at Fairfield Elementary are expected to SOAR throughout their day like an Eagle. SOAR stands for Safe, Organized, Accountable, Respectful, and Responsible in all areas of their schooling.

Being a small, rural Montana school we have strong support from a community that holds our school to a high standard in providing our students with a superior education. Many different processes are in place for the growth of our students including RtI (Response to Instruction/Intervention), differentiation, direct instruction, and small group instruction. Our students are provided with many strategies to best fit their learning styles. In addition to these strategies our school provides technological learning through the use of Ipads, chromebooks, smart boards, and smart screens. Every student deserves a strong foundation and it all starts here at Fairfield!

Fairfield Elementary School

PO Box 399
Fairfield, MT, 59436-0399

(406) 467-2425

Mrs. Courtney Bake, Principal at time of Nomination

Title I School

Fairfield Public Schools

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In partnership with the community, the mission of Fairfield Schools is to provide a secure and respectful environment where students gain knowledge, grow in wisdom, develop confidence, and value learning for life.

Student Demographics

  • Black/African American: 1%
  • White: 92%
  • Hispanic: 2%
  • Hawaiian/Pacific Islander: 1%
  • Asian: 1%
  • Native American: 1%
  • Two or more races: 2%