Fryelands Elementary School
Welcome to Fryelands Elementary School!!!
Home of the Falcons!!!
February 9, 2017
Dear Fryelands Families,
Do you have incoming kindergarteners ready for school next year? It’s time to register new kindergarteners for next fall. If you have incoming kindergarten students or know of neighbors who have incoming kindergarteners, please spread the word about this important informational event. Bring your child’s current immunization records and birth certificate for copying in order to register that evening. Children must be 5 years old by August 31, 2017, to qualify for next fall’s kindergarten class. Registration packets will be available in the office starting March 8th for those unable to attend the evening event.
Tuesday, March 7, 6:30-7:30 pm Kindergarten Information Night
(incoming kindergartners are welcome to attend)
A Parent's Role in Preventing Bullying, Harassment, Intimidation in School
Every child needs a safe space in order to learn and interact with their peers in a healthy and supportive way. Bullying is not something schools and families should take lightly. Bullying is a repeated negative behavior that takes advantage of a less-powerful person, and sometimes even makes the child who is bullied feel at fault. Hitting, name calling, shunning and shaming are all forms of bullying. So are spreading rumors, gossiping and making threats online.
QUESTION: How does bullying differ from other forms of conflict?
Other Conflict/ Fighting * Bullying *
Between friends/equals/peers Not friends/imbalance of power
Spontaneous/occasional Repeated over time
Accidental/not planned Intentional
No serious, lasting harm Physical/emotional harm
Equal emotional reaction Unequal emotional reaction
Not for domination/control Seeking control/possession
Often a sense of remorse No remorse-blames target
May try to solve problem No effort to solve problem
- Please remember that specifics will vary with each incident.
- Actions on either side of this chart may result in discipline
Recognize, Refuse, and Report Bullying.
We want to work with families to help students recognize bullying, refuse to accept it happening to them or others, and to report it to adults so that we can help eliminate it from happening.
If you ever have questions or concerns, please contact me at email@example.com or at 360-804-3400.
We Want Our Kids to be Safe
There are 563 students attending Fryelands Elementary School. That means there are potentially over 1,000 parents and/or guardians that come onto our campus on any given day. In any system this large, it is paramount that everyone follow the safety procedures and systems that are in place. Safety of your child and the other 562 students is our number one priority.
There are 2 ways to drop off your child before school.
#1 Students may be dropped off in the front Drop Off Area near the building
#2 Parents may park their vehicle and walk with their child to the front door
The following are not approved methods of drop off:
- Letting students out of your car in the middle of the parking lot traffic
- Parking your car in the handicapped parking for a quick “drop off”
There are 3 ways to pick up your child after school.
#1 FROM THE FLAG POLE
(Park your car and walk up to the flag pole to pick up your student)
#2 FROM YOUR CAR
(You may wait in line at the car drop/pick up area in your vehicle,
this takes no more than 15 minutes after school)
#3 FROM THE NORTH GATE
(Park your car and walk up to the fence to pick up your student at the North Gate)
The following are not approved methods of pick up:
- Having your child walk to Tye Park to meet you
- Waiting for your child in your parked car for them to come to you on or off campus
- Picking up your child at the front doors or front crosswalk (please use flagpole area)
- Waiting for your child at any location other than those listed above, including outside the classroom, out front by the office area, or in the hallways
- Using the handicapped parking spaces, at any time to stop or park, unless displaying handicapped decal in window or on license plate
- Walking up to car pick up (Door #3) to get your child
15286 Fryelands Boulevard
Monroe, WA 98272
Toll Free: 1-800-282-7818
School Hours: 8:55 a.m. to 3:25 p.m.
Attendance Hotline 360-804-3401
Our community offers many opportunities for youth to enrich learning, Monroe Public Schools publishes notices from not-for-profit groups offering such activities on this website under Community Notices. Paper copies are often also available in the main office at our schools.
Other FRE links:
- ASB Reports
- Car Pick Up Map
- Curriculum Guide
- How Are We Doing?
- Learning Improvement Plan
- Lista sugerida de útiles escolares
- Report Card
- Report Card - districtwide
- Safe Schools Alert flyer
- Safe Walking Map
- School Schedules
- Student Handbook
- Suggested School Supply List
- Continue summer learning
Important Notice About Internet Safety
The best way to protect children from online harm is to keep computers in a family area of the home. Visibility allows parents to look over the students' shoulders without being too oppressive. Young children should have a parental chaperone whenever they are on the Internet. Two sites that discuss these issues and offer advice can be found at www.safekids.com and www.safeteens.com.
Hyperlinks to staff web sites (located on the Staff page) are provided for student and parent convenience, and all staff web sites are hosted by external Internet service providers. Monroe Public Schools assumes no liability for content contained on external service provider sites. Filtering software from one of the providers listed below is recommended to prevent unauthorized access to sites beyond the District's control.
2016-2017 Officers are:
- Misty Simoneaux
- Vice President
- Ashley Moyes
- Nola Parker
- Lisa Bussey
Dialing 360-804-2998 accesses staff voice mailboxes.
The search option lets families use their telephone keypad to enter the teacher's name to be connected to the voicemail system to leave a message.
|NAME (e-mail)||ASSIGNMENT||WEB SITE ADDRESS|
|Amstutz, Kathleen||Learning Specialist|
|Arnold, Vicki||Custodian - Lead|
|Ayers, Barb||5th Grade|
|Baca, Julee||Assistant Secretary|
|Carlson, Robin||4th/5th Grade|
|Durrell, Susan||3rd Grade||Susan Durrell|
|Forde, Lyle||Music Specialist|
|Gadd, Jennifer||5th Grade|
|Gillespie, Becky||2nd Grade|
|Harris, Lori||Office Manager|
|Hehn, Andrea||3rd Grade|
|Johnson, Cassie||Speech and Language Pathologist|
|Leahy, Michelle||4th Grade|
|McInelly, Jacquie||Learning Specialist|
|Morrell, Deb||2nd Grade|
|Morrell, Ken||P.E. Specialist|
|O'Brien, Maureen||P.E. Specialist|
|Pope, Laurel||English Language Learner|
|Reyes, Claudia||Kitchen Lead|
|Rosenthal, Sheria||Learning Specialist|
|Santamaria, Steve||4th grade|
|Schott, Janae||1st grade|
|Shepherd, Jodi||1st Grade|
|Singh, Rinku||Dean of Students|
|Slater, Darcy||5th Grade|
|Tenney, Kathryn||4th Grade|
|Turner, Stephanie||Learning Specialist|
|Velie, Julie||1st Grade|
|White, Sharlie||Music Specialist|
|Wood, Jennifer||3rd Grade||Jennifer Wood|
|Young, Lisa||2nd Grade||Ms. Young|
At Fryelands Elementary School, we are a safe, collaborative community where everyone is welcomed, valued, and respected, diversity is embraced, and individuals are encouraged to become confident, life-long learners.