Fairfield Union Local School District is in a Yellow Status Level
The Fairfield Union Local School District is currently in a Yellow Status Level for school operations.  Please see the Fairfield Union Reopening Plans for further information.  The Reopening Plans can be found under the 'Parents' section of our web page.
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Pleasantville Elementary

Pleasantville Elementary
300 W. Columbus Street
Pleasantville, OH 43148
Phone: 740-468-2181
Fax: 740-468-3539
Pleasantville Elementary School Building


Chipotle Fundraiser

Pleasantville PTO Fundraiser!

Make dinner a selfless act by joining us for a fundraiser to support Pleasantville Elementary PTO.  Come in to the Chipotle at 1248 E Main St in Lancaster on Wednesday, October 7 between 4:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. Bring this flyer, show it on your smartphone or tell the cashier you're supporting the cause to make sure that 33% of the proceeds will be donated to Pleasantville Elementary PTO.
Use code P8MJPAX before checkout in 'promo' field. Orders placed on Chipotle.com or through the Chipotle app for pick up using this unique code will be counted towards the fundraiser. 
Download the flier here 
School Pride

The Pleasantville Press

September 2020
Wow! The end of the first grading period is quickly approaching!  We are so glad that we have been able to have students back, even at half capacity with our yellow status.  Thank you for your patience and understanding as we have been working to learn new programs and technology to better serve your child(ren) and our community.  The students and staff have done a tremendous job during this trying and unpredictable time!  Thank you for your help and support from home!
To read the entire newsletter click here:  Pleasantville Press September 2020


Bus routes are now posted.  Please note: the header will indicate 2019-2020 but the routes are updated for the 2020-2021 school year.  We are working with our vendor to update the school year.

To access your specific bus routing information, click on the link below.  Once you are there, type in your address number and street along with your zip code and click search.  Select your address from the list.  Bus stop times for AM and PM will be listed in the results window.

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Food Service for Students Attending through the VLA Option


     The Fairfield Union Local School District will make every effort to maintain daily food distribution services for currently enrolled students in a remote learning environment.
      When the District is in a Green, Yellow or Orange Status Level, meals will be provided daily for Fairfield Union students in a remote learning environment through a “Grab and Go” program at Fairfield Union High School.  Meals (a hot lunch and breakfast for the next day) can be picked up at the high school cafeteria entrance between the hours of 10:30 a.m. and 12:00 p.m. beginning August 24, 2020.   Should the District be forced to go to a Red Status Level, new plans for food distribution would be released at that time.

Click the more link for further details.
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Kindergarten Health Information for Parents

Kindergarten parents are asked to visit the following link and review important information regarding Health and Wellness.  Parents will be required to complete the Ohio School Health Physician's Report for their Kindergarten student.  Please be sure to download the attached form located at the end of the article.

Schedule Updates (Updated 6-11-20)

4th Grade Recognition Video (Click the Link below)


Parents of 2020-2021 Kindergarten Students - Please check back here for Information regarding Screening for Kindergarten students.

Yearbooks - Yearbooks will be delayed and will be distributed next school year.  Current 4th grade students will have the yearbooks delivered to them in 5th grade.


Students are encouraged to read a variety of books, magazines, and newspapers this summer.  Students may read independently, read aloud to someone, be read to, or listen to audio books (Students can simply record the Date, Title of the Book, Magazine, or Newspaper, Number of Minutes Read, along with a signature from an adult - on a piece of paper).  Students will be asked to bring in their sheet in September.   Students that participate will be given a coupon for a free book at the book fair.  They will also have their names placed in a drawing for additional prizes. The goal is for each student to spend at least 30 minutes a week reading this summer!


Free Summer Learning Opportunity      https://www.waterfordupstart.org/summer-learning-path/


School Nurse
8:35 a.m. First Bell
(Students Allowed Entrance)
8:50 am. Tardy Bell
(Start of School)
3:35 p.m. Dismissal 
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