2021-2022 District Newsletters
In this issue, we celebrate our three Teachers of the Year: Ms. Marisa Fett, Ms. Stephanie DeCumen and Ms. Stacie Yokhana. We also have important updates about electronic report cards for RMS and FHS students, as well as virtual learning for the 2022-2023 school year.
Welcome to the second semester and the second half of the school year! In this issue, we take a moment to thank our Board of Education for their hard work. We also take a closer look at the process of getting our 8th-grade students ready for the opportunities that await them at Fraser High School in the fall.
In the wake of the tragedy at Oxford High School, the Fraser Public Schools administration is taking time to revisit the safety procedures – which address both mental and physical health – in place throughout the district. Plus, the newsletter contains a round up of the community giving initiatives from last month.
The season of giving is underway and students, staff and our community are working together to help others. Our Foundation board surprised three teachers with grants, find out what projects they will find this year. Plus we have several examples of how our staff is working on everyone's mental health and wellness.
In this issue, we say goodbye to longtime Board of Education Treasurer Ron DelVillano, who announced his retirement this month. We also take a look at the November 2 Non-Homestead Election.
The 2021-2022 school year is underway! In this issue, we debut our district video that celebrates our community - whether your home is a block away or a town away. Our Fraser Family is built on relationships with our staff, students and families, and that is the foundation for student success. We also answer some frequently asked questions about the November 2 Non-Homestead Election.
Welcome Back, Fraser Families! The first day of school is less than two weeks away! This newsletter is jam-packed with information for returning students - including Meet the Teacher, Orientation, parking permits, free meals for all students and upcoming events. We also have a final update on the 2017 bond projects that wrapped up this summer.