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Fraser Shout Outs
Introducing Fraser Shout Outs!
Fraser Public Schools has started a new initiative to recognize staff members that go above and beyond for their students, fellow colleagues, and the community. This new initiative is called, “Fraser Shout Out”.
The program will highlight any staff member, from any corner of the district, who goes that extra mile. As a principal or administrator becomes aware of an extra effort by a staff member, he or she will submit that member for a Fraser Shout Out.
Meet the recipients of the November Shout Outs:
Kelly Barker is always so positive and committed to supporting her students (and all of our Mark Twain Comets) each day. Mrs. Barker was heard talking to one of her second-grade students in the hallway about an incident that had occurred in class. Just one day after our district training in Restorative Practices, she was already using the questions from the training to help the student understand the impact of his behavior. Mrs. Barker is also Co-chair of the PBIS Committee at Twain and is helping to lead their building-wide efforts to support behaviors. She gives tons of her own time to help make Twain a wonderful place for students. Submitted by Mrs. Laura Woods
Theresa is a productive member of the Disney Elementary Ancillary Team. She has worked hard to provide services for her caseload at Disney and has been instrumental in guiding those students that need additional social-emotional help with programming, services, modifications, and one on one assistance. She has also been observed mentoring other district social workers, providing guidance, advice, and suggestions on how to proceed with student issues. She is a worthy recipient of a Fraser Shout Out! Submitted by Mr. Denis Metty
Marianne went above and beyond during the PESG / EDUstaff transition. She did a great job of organizing all the details regarding the ending of PESG and the beginning of EDUstaff for our subs and other contract employees. She is a worthy recipient of a Fraser Shout Out!
Jim Rodgers organized a trip to Fraser Villa for their annual Harvest Ball. Their leadership team was impressed with the way the student carried themselves and their interaction with the Fraser Villa seniors. The families shared how much they appreciated the connection the students established by talking with the seniors and taking them out on the dance floor! A few of his students have reached out to inquire about future volunteer events happening at Fraser Villa. Mr. Rodgers and his students were credited with making the evening a success. Additionally, the band received a #1 rating at Festival!