Shout Out to Fairview's Outstanding Students!
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A picture example of our school wide RESPECT Week project from a Fairview 2nd grade student.  All RESPECT Week posters will be on display in the Owl's Nest.  
A Special RESPECT Week Poem
By a Fairview 5th Grade Student:
Respect is helping someone, when they need help.
Respect is honesty, if you forget your homework.
Respect is being kind, treating others the way you want to be treated.
Respect is picking up trash, even if it isn't yours.
Respect is caring, being a friend to someone sad.
Respect is being quiet, when a teacher or friend is talking.
Respect is being fair, not cheating while playing a game. 
Respect is doing what your teacher or parent says, even if you don't want to.
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 Middletown 350
Middletown 350
A series of special events and programs are planned over the next year to give the community many opportunities to celebrate our 350th anniversary, learn about our rich history and show pride in our unique community. To read more about the planned events for Middletown 350, please go to our Middletown Township website.

Special Announcements

Breast Cancer Awareness Day is Friday Oct 24 - Wear Your Pink! 

Contact Information

Fairview Elementary School
Principal Brian Farrell
230 Cooper Road
Red Bank, NJ 07701
732-747-3308 Main Office Ext: 3500

HIB Resources

Fairview HIB Resources
Fairview Anti-Bullying Specialist

Marion Fitzgerald, LCSW

Social Behavior Support Specialist (SBSS)/Anti-Bullying Specialist (ABS)

Fairview School – Days: Wed & Thurs

732-747-3308 ext 3609

Fairview's 2014 ABBR Grade: 73



District HIB Resources

District Anti-bullying Coordinator

Mrs. Victa McKenzie

732-671-38250 Ext. 1042


Mailing Address:

PO Box 4170

Middletown, NJ  07748



834 Leonardville Road

Leonardo, NJ 07737


Each year all Middletown Schools complete a School Self-Assessment through the NJ Department of Education to determine a "grade" for our school's progress under several core element scoring categories to reflect our initiatives to prevent Harassment Intimidation and Bullying school wide.  For the 2013-2014 academic year, Fairview scored a 73 out of a possible 78.