Fairfield City Schools officials have released a series of photos from high above its historic building projects.
The photos of the $80 million building projects, which will see two new elementaries — Central and Compass — and a new Fairfield Freshman school open Sept. 5 in the 10,000-student Butler County district, are recent aerial pictures.
The new Central Elementary will stand behind the old Central School on Route 4, which is scheduled to be demolished along with the adjacent Fairfield Freshman School starting this week.
The new Freshman School is being built adjacent to the Fairfield High School and across Holden Boulevard from that school will be the new Compass Elementary.
Fairfield school officials said all three school projects are on budget and on scheduled to meet the first day of classes target date of Sept. 5.
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