2023-2024 District Newsletters
In this issue, we celebrate the Class of 2023 and look forward to the upcoming year!
Welcome back to school, Fraser Families! In this issue, we recap some of the improvements made during the summer to enhance the physical safety in all of our schools and buildings; plus we introduce our new administrators, changes coming to our PBIS programs and welcome our new teachers.
2022-2023 District Newsletters
This issue celebrates the Class of 2023, our spring varsity sports and end of the year activities throughout the district.
Make sure your vote counts in the May 2 election. Find out about the ways to cast your ballot. Plus find out how we are helping our elementary teachers focus on literacy in our classrooms.
The May 2 bond proposal would add an additional layer of security at all of our schools. Find out more about the projects included, plus the different ways you can be sure to vote. Plus, we introduce Mrs. Rebecca Jensen, our newest Board of Education member and we share the different free or low cost early childhood options available to everyone in our district. Finally, we wrap up our winter varsity sports seasons.
This month, district leaders are planning several informational presentations about the upcoming bond, find out when and where you can learn more. Plus the family of a 1974 graduate makes a generous donation to our band program, find out how the legacy of Mr. John Bielawski will be honored.
The Board of Education unanimously voted to place a no-tax-rate increase bond proposal on the May ballot. Learn more about the projects it would cover at every school and district building. Plus our Board of Education Secretary Linda Corbat officially retired after more than 11 years of service on the board.
It's School Board Appreciation Month, and we want to recognize and thank our board members! We also welcomed a new board trustee, Dr. Kathleen Moco, who won a spot on the board in the November election.
Student safety is our top priority -- learn about the enhancements the district is making.
Learning to communicate, collaborate and think creatively and critically are key tenets of our Portrait of a Graduate. This issue has several examples of how students across our district are building those skills starting in elementary school.
The school year is underway and our staff and students are busy building positive relationships and classroom communities. Plus, we recognize FHS art teacher Mr. Roger Drabant, who was named the Michigan Art Educator of the Year and recap the Homecoming festivities.
The countdown is on to the first day of the 2022-2023 school year! We have some last-minute reminders to make sure your student is ready to rock the new year. We also highlight the new K-12 learning management system, Canvas and the rollout of new devices for our students in grades 3-12.