Eagle Press

Week of January 16th

Celebrating Martin Luther King Jr.

Ike's students have been spending the week celebrating Martin Luther King Jr.

They read many stories and completed activities about the importance of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

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2nd Grade Field Trip!

Our 2nd graders attended a field trip at the Troy Historical Museum. In Social Studies, they have been learning about history and how things have changed over time. Students traveled back in time to the 1800s where they attended a one room schoolhouse and visited a general store.
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Celebrating MLK Day!

As you know, all Fraser Public Schools will be closed on Monday, January 16th, in observance of MLK Day. While this is one specific date chosen each year to honor his legacy and share his message, teaching our students about kindness, equality, compassion, and justice are a part of what we do each day.

This week and throughout February as we celebrate Black History Month, we will be teaching our Eagles about African-American heroes of the past as they learn about slavery, the Civil Rights Movement, and other areas of American history. They will also learn about today's African-American heroes who are contributing to our American culture in so many positive ways.

In studying the past and discussing the present, students develop empathy and understanding to create a more unified, equal future for all Americans. MLK's message is as important today as it was 60 years ago.

If you would like some additional activities to do with your children, here is a downloadable activity book with coloring pages, mazes, and other age-appropriate activities to support students as they learn about the Civil Rights Movement, MLK, and various other heroes of that time.

We encourage all of our Fraser Families to take advantage of the day off of school to learn more about the legacy of Dr. King.The Interfaith Center for Racial Justice is hosting an event in Mt. Clemens. Additionally, Little Guide Detroit has compiled a list of activities and events available in our area.

Upcoming Band Concert

Our first full elementary band concert is scheduled for Wednesday, January 25th at 7:00 P.M in the Fraser High School gym. Students must be in the gym with their equipment set up by 6:30 P.M. for a group warm-up before the concert. For attire, please have your students wear a white top, black bottoms, and black shoes.

Prior to the concert, please make sure your student has everything they need: instrument, book, stand, new reeds, etc. so that rehearsals can go smoothly. If you need help getting any of the necessary equipment, please don't hesitate to reach out--I am more than happy to help.

If you have any questions or need anything from me, please let me know. I'm looking forward to our first full performance of the year. Have a great day!


Peyton DeSchutter

6th Grade Parent Night at RMS

Richards Middle School would like to invite you and your 6th-grade child to Richards Middle School on the evening of Thursday, February 23rd, at 6:00 p.m.

The purpose of this evening is to introduce you and your child to their future school, the programs offered, and the selective classes available to them. We will also provide our students with a tour of our building’s selective classrooms.

The program will start promptly at 6:00 p.m. Parents are to report to the RMS gym, where they will meet the administrators, counselors, and academic department heads. Students will gather in the cafeteria, where their tour will begin.

Our goal is to provide you and your child with a good understanding of our vision and mission at Richards Middle School.

Our RMS counselors will visit each elementary classroom beginning Monday, February 27th for the 2023-24 school year and Wednesday, March 1st to assist students in filling out their schedule forms. Students are to return their schedule requests to their 6th-grade teacher no later than March 5th.

Counselors will again help with inputting the course requests at the elementary schools beginning March 6th and March 8th.

Parking Lot


* Please remember that the drop-off lane is not for parked cars.

* The bus loop is for buses only!

* If you want to walk your child to their door, please park in a parking spot and walk up together.

Thank you for helping to create a safe parking lot for all our Eagles!

School Board Appreciation Month

The staff and students of Eisenhower Elementary would like to thank the Fraser School Board for all their time and efforts to ensure all of our students receive the best education possible.

Mr. Scott Wallace, President

Mr. Todd Koch , Vice President

Mrs. Robyn Norbeck, Treasurer

Mrs. Linda Corbat, Secretary

Mr. Dan Stawinski, Trustee

Ms. Abigail Wasil, Trustee

Ms. Kathleen Moco, Trustee


For the month of January, we are focusing on empathy.

Empathy is feeling or understanding what someone else is feeling. Let’s practice being empathic to others this week!

Endangered Species Coin War!

On Monday, January 23-27, the Green Team will be collecting loose change donations for the Adopt an Endangered Species Coin War! Donations will be collected in the cafeteria during your lunch time. The animal with the most change will be the animal we adopt. Extra donations will go to the other animal!

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1/16 - MLK Day - No school!

1/17 - Family Dinner Night Fundraiser - Savvy Sliders

1/18 - PTO Meeting - 6:00 Media Center

1/25 - Band Concert 7:00 p.m.

2/1 - Early Release (1:30 dismissal)

2/7 - Count Day

2/8 - Kindergarten Open House at Salk (In-District) & Eisenhower (SOC)

Access the full District Calendar HERE at any time!

Cold Weather is Here!

Please make sure to send your child with a jacket, gloves and hat. We will be going outside for recess and want your students to be warm. :)

LUNCH - Please fill out Menus!!

Don't forget to fill out your lunch choices for January! The new menu is below.

**REMINDER - Send in lunch money 48 hours in advanced when ordering lunch. **

Gleaner's Food Pantry


Gleaners Mobile Food Pantry will be set up in the FHS Klein Road parking lot on the following dates:

January 19

February 2

February 16

March 2

March 16

March 30

If you are in need of food assistance, you can find pantries in your area by visiting https://pantrynet.org.


The goal of our PTO is to enrich the environment of our children, families and community. It takes volunteers to make that happen and parent volunteers are always necessary and welcome!

The next meeting is on January 18th!

Join us for a day of planning fun activities for our students at Ike!

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