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 Fayetteville City Schools  


e-Funds For Schools  

Welcome to our new online payment center. For information or help with creating an account, or getting your students' ID #,

please contact Megan Hall at 433-0080. 

 This service eliminates the cash you give your children and checks you write the school. e~Funds for Schools is the easiest and fastest electronic payment system you will ever use.

Click Here to be directed to the e-Funds for Schools homepage!



Back to School Luncheon


Scott Collins, City Manager; State Representative Pat Marsh; Director of Schools Dr. Janine Wilson; and, State Senator Jim Tracy welcomed Fayetteville City Schools' staff members at the annual back-to-school luncheon July 29.



2016 Tennessee American Legion Girls State

Congratulations to Allie Ruhlander and Erin Wakefield! These girls were chosen as delegates to represent FHS at the 2016 American Legion Auxiliary Girls State. Over 560 students gathered at Lipscomb University for this annual event. High school girls, who have completed their Junior year, spend an intensive week of study, working together as self-governing citizens. Participants learn how to participate in the functioning of their state’s government in preparation for their future roles as responsible adult citizens. Allie was elected Senator, and Erin was election commissioner. They were exposed to top speakers, attended a S.C.O.P.E.S. trial hearing, and met with governor Bill Haslam.



 2016 Tennessee American Legion Boys State

 Congratulations to Will Clark and Henry Pace for being chosen delegates to represent Fayetteville High School!

Over the past 52 years, tens of thousands of young men from across the state have learned to be better, more educated citizens by spending the week on Tennessee Tech University’s campus at American Legion Boys State. On Sunday, May 22nd more than 600 young men from Memphis to Mountain City will begin Boys State as they celebrate its 77th anniversary in Tennessee.

The program ranks as the best in the country because of the opportunities given to high school juniors from across the state. During the week they will receive instruction and advice from the state’s governor, military leaders and government officials. Schools and communities select participants based on an assessment of their potential for leadership.



Kindergarten and Pre-K Registration

Pre-K and Kindergarten Registration is still open.  Please stop by the Ralph Askins school office to fill out the paperwork to get your child enrolled.  

CLICK HERE for additional information.



Athletic Eligibility 

If anyone has questions regarding athletic eligibility, please call Fayetteville High School (931) 433-3158, or Fayetteville Middle School (931) 438-2533.  There have been miscommunications regarding eligibility and we would be glad to explain the rules according to TSSAA regulations.