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Community Input Needed

Board of Education considering May 2023 bond proposal

Fraser Public Schools seeking staff, student, parent, and community input

Fraser Public Schools is seeking input about a potential May 2023 no-tax-rate increase bond proposal focusing on facility improvements that support the academic program. 

Fraser Public Schools is inviting all staff, students, parents, and community members to view a short video and complete a brief, confidential survey regarding the bond proposal the Board of Education is considering. The survey will provide information to help Fraser Public Schools assess and refine a list of proposed bond projects.

“All responses to the survey will be tabulated and analyzed by an independent Michigan-based survey research firm,” said Superintendent Dr. Carrie Wozniak. “Individual responses will be confidential.”

“We want to make sure all staff members, students, parents, and community members have an opportunity to share their opinions about the list of bond projects under consideration,” Wozniak added. “That is the primary purpose of the survey.”

The video and survey link is open now and will be available through 11:59 pm on Friday, October 28th. If you are a staff member, parent, secondary student, or community member, please help Fraser Public Schools by viewing the short video and completing the survey during that period.

To view the video and access the survey, visit www.research.net/r/FPSfocuspanels.

Dr. Wozniak invites residents with questions to contact her by email at mscarrie.wozniak@fraserk12.org.