525 East Genesee Street, Frankenmuth MI, 48734
Usually I have to gobble something quickly in between meetings.
Sometimes I’m even lucky enough to grab a bite in the high school cafeteria with a few teachers, support staff, or a group of students.
But yesterday I had lunch with an amazing group of ladies.
Wow! Talk about community spirit!
For more than 50 years, the Frankenmuth Women’s Club has been selflessly serving our community in a wide variety of ways.
Part of the club’s stated mission is to “further education”
and I was honored to be the invited guest speaker.
Given their long-time support for our schools, and learning in general, I think they’d want me to share a portion of yesterday’s talk – The 5 Big Questions We’re Wrestling with in FSD Today.
When it comes to discussing the future of our district –
the more people involved – the better!
We are upgrading cameras and monitors, warning and phone systems, universal door locking/badge security, better protection for our servers, window film, and renovating, where possible, such as the new main office entry at List Elementary. We’re trying to be pro-active and invest in both our essential school partner relationships and our critical school infrastructure.
In closing –
I’d like to thank the Frankenmuth Women’s Club for their hospitality and kindness.
I hope you’ll briefly check out their website:https://frankenmuthwomensclub.org/
I wasn’t kidding when I said they’re an amazing group!
They’re active 12 months a year; at Christmas, summer concerts in the park, awarding scholarships to FHS grads, providing bus tours to visitors, selling flowers at springtime, and is barely the tip of the iceberg of all they do.
So please click over to their website.
Their list of annual Edelweiss Award Winners is impressive.
I’m grateful to them –
and to you!
Stay well and I’m looking forward to checking in with you next Thursday.
FRANKENMUTH DISTRICT PLAN OF USE
98c Learning Loss Plan
Frankenmuth School District 98c Learning Loss Funds have and will be used for and will continue to ensure intervention implementation for our most vulnerable populations by:
The hiring of an FHS Assistant Principal to directly work w/ targeted at-risk students displaying behavioral and academic needs. The FHS Assistant Principal utilizes activities designed to assess, track, and improve the well-being of pupils (behaviorally and academically struggling) in order to supplement educational processes, as well as engage in meaningful consultation and assistance to parents and families of students who the pandemic has directly impacted.
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