The Eagle Press
Week of September 13, 2021
Information from the office...
Important Contact Information:
Main Office Phone: (586) 439-6600
Absentee Line: (586) 439-6690
24-hour recorded line, please leave your child's reason for absence and length of time out. Absences reported to this line, ensure most timely and accurate record.
Building Hours - 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
School Hours: 8:35 am – 3:30 pm
First Bell: 8:30 am
Instructional Bell: 8:35 am
Students must be in class by 8:35 am or they are marked tardy.
The Eisenhower community inspires learning to motivate and prepare students through innovative experiences to meet 21st Century challenges.
Eisenhower staff, in partnership with families, will develop critical thinkers by blending technology and research-based teaching strategies in a balanced learning community.
Meet the Teacher Night
Ike Data Verification Forms Due Monday, September 13
All students will be sent home with a Data Verification Card this week. Please fill this form out and return it ASAP so we have this important information to update our contacts in our system. The form is bright ORANGE. All forms should be submitted by Monday, September 13th.
Please reach out to our Main Office at 439-6600 with questions.
Thank you for your prompt attention to this matter.
Parking Lot Safety
For the safety of all students, we ask parents picking up and dropping off to follow posted arrows and traffic patterns. We also urge parents to park in designated parking spots and not block handicap spots. We encourage adults to walk students through the parking lot. It is also important that families are not parking or dropping off students in the bus loop. Your patience and assistance will go a long way in keeping our students safe.
Also, pursuant to state law and board policy, please do not use tobacco products on school premises. This includes the school parking lot.
Your assistance in keeping students safe is greatly appreciated!
WANTED: Destination Imagination Teams
Destination Imagination is an educational program in which student teams, made up of 2-7 members, solve open-ended Challenges and present their solutions at fun, local Tournaments. Teams are tested to think on their feet, work together and devise original solutions that satisfy the requirements of the Challenges, and develop innovative thinking strategies. Participants gain more than just basic knowledge and skills, they learn to unleash their imaginations and take unique approaches to problem solving.
Health, Safety, & COVID-19 Communication
We hope our Ike families are staying healthy. Fraser Public Schools' intention is to return to a normal school environment and routine for the 2021-2022 school year. Find the latest district communications regarding COVID-19 HERE.
Procedure when a student or staff member tests positive for COVID-19
When a student or staff member tests positive for COVID-19, he/she should notify the Macomb County Health Department at (586) 463-3750 during normal business hours. Additionally, families and staff members should contact the school administrator. The individual should stay home and isolate for at least 10 days from the first date of symptoms or 10 days from the test date if asymptomatic AND fever-free for 24 hours without the use of fever-reducing medications and improved symptoms.
Fraser Public Schools will be reporting all COVID-19 positive cases to the Macomb County Health Department (MCHD). The MCHD will investigate to determine if any additional students or staff should be quarantined. We will continue to work with our Health Department to support these efforts.
FPS Mask Policies
Masks are optional for all staff, students and visitors on campus. We will have masks available in all of our buildings for anyone who needs one. Fraser Public Schools encourages everyone who is not fully vaccinated to wear a face covering. Facial coverings are a safe, and proven strategy to prevent secondary transmission of this aggressive Delta variant in schools. Masks are primarily intended to reduce the emission of virus-laden droplets. They also help reduce inhalation of these droplets by the wearer. We ask everyone to respect each individual’s choice whether or not to wear a mask.
Masks must be worn on Fraser Public School buses. The CDC requires masks to be worn on school buses.
Free Breakfasts & Lunches Continue
The State of Michigan will continue to provide a free breakfast and lunch for all student who wants them throughout the 2021-2022 school year. We will provide monthly calendars with scheduled meals as we have in the past, but families do not need to pre-order. Although note required, we do ask. that families complete the Lunch Application at www.LunchApp.com. By doing so you help ensure the school receives additional funding.
PTO: Fundraiser Donations
We need your help filling up our raffle baskets for our annual Fun Run and Harvest Festival!
Each grade has been assigned a theme, but the possibilities are endless so get creative!!!
The baskets will be on display the week of our Fun Run and at our Harvest Festival for students, staff and families to purchase tickets for a chance to win!!! Donations can be turned into your child’s classroom or the front office no later than Friday, September 24th. Thank you for helping support our school.
Eagles Eat Out: Tuesday, September 21
Our Athletic Department is excited to bring back the Future Rambler Cheer Clinic for students in 1st-6th grade. Students will cheer for the first half and at halftime of the FHS varsity football game with the varsity cheer team on September 17.
Cost: $40 (Includes T-shirt, camper admittance into the football game and a complimentary snack and drink after halftime.)
Optional bows will be available for purchase.
Located under Athletic Camps – Future Rambler Cheer Clinic
Location: Fraser High School Main Gym
September 14th 5:30-7:30pm (Practice)
September 16th 5:30-7:30pm (Practice)
September 17th Game - Meet at football field at 6:15pm
Questions: Contact Head Varsity Coach Kimberly Edwards at email@example.com.
ACCESS Food Pantry - Open to ALL
During these times, ACCESS of Steering Heights has opened their food pantry to all Fraser Public School Families. Each week, ACCESS offers foods like frozen meat, rice, pasta, oil, nuts, cereal, dried milk, juice and more.
Access offers food pickup on Wednesdays from 1 p.m. until supplies run out. Families are also welcome to call (586) 722-6036 to schedule a pickup anytime during our regular business hours, Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Please note, all are welcome to visit our free food pantry.
ACCESS Sterling Heights Center is located at 4301 East 14 Mile Road, Sterling Heights, MI 48310.