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Mission Statement

Our mission is to continue a tradition of academic excellence in partnership with the community where students are challenged and supported to develop into responsible, caring, life-long learners in a safe environment. 


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PTA REFLECTIONS

The Fritsch PTA has invited all students to participate in the National PTA sponsored Reflections Arts Recognition Program. Since 1969, over 10 million students across the nation have taken part in this popular PTA program.

To get involved, students submit an original piece, inspired by this year's annual theme Within Reach, in any of following arts areas:

1. Dance Choreography

2. Film Production

3. Literature

4. Music Composition

5. Photography

6. Visual Arts

Complete rules and entry forms can be found at the main office or online at PTA.ORG/REFLECTIONS. Art submissions, along with entry forms are due by December 8, 2017. For additional details, contact Casandra Mellow, casandramellow@hotmail.com, or (775) 841-5827.

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STUDENTS CAN NOT BE DROPPED OFF BEFORE 8:05AM. THERE IS NO SUPERVISION ON THE PLAYGROUND UNTIL AFTER 8:05AM. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE AT 283-1400.

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        A Note From Mr. Brown and Mr. Farnworth

We would like to start out by thanking you for making the time in your busy schedules to attend your child’s parent teacher conference.  One of our themes for this school year is building relationships with students and parents, and by meeting with teachers, we have opened the door to establishing that relationship.   I hope that the time you shared with your child’s teacher was worthwhile, and that you have established an open dialog between yourself and your child’s teacher. You probably noticed some changes to Fritsch with all of the chain link fence going up. Our construction project has begun!! Please bear with us as we get ready to connect the buildings together. The project should be completed in late April. As we move through this process please keep a few things in mind while you are on campus. The only gates that we are currently able to use are at the far end of the A building and on Mountain St. Also, when dropping off or picking up students please make sure to use the area in front of “A” building (If you have any questions about the drop off or pick up zones please refer to our website, as it is posted on the homepage.) At the end of the day your student will be walked to the front of “A” building to meet you or to catch the bus. This is the safest way for your child to enter and exit campus. During this time you will have to use the doors to the playground near the Nurse’s office to access “A “and “C” buildings. We greatly appreciate your patience and support through this process. The end result will be well worth it!! As part of our responsibility in keeping our students safe, we are always concerned about the number of parents in the hallways before and after school. During the school day, we request that you enter and exit through the office. Having parents in the hallways before and after school becomes a safety issue.  Please work with us in waiting for your child to exit the building before greeting them. Now that we embrace the month of November, we always look forward to the annual Veteran’s Day Celebration. Miss Witkowski, is busy organizing our yearly event, which will be held on Thursday, Nov. 9th. Our celebration is full of songs and words of joy about the meaning behind this day. We always ask for Veterans in our community to join us, so we can recognize them as the true heroes that they are. We hope that you can join us too! During the month of November, the weather will change as quickly as the leaves do. Please remember to dress your child in layers. If you find that you are missing an item of clothing, please check our lost and found which is located in the playground exit in Building B (Just around the corner from the Nurse’s office).  It is also helpful to put your child’s name in their jackets. Finally, this is the season to give thanks.  I want to thank all of the staff, parents, and students at Fritsch Elementary for everything they are doing to make this the best learning opportunity in Carson City.  On behalf of the staff, we would like to wish you a wonderful holiday season. 

Mr. Brown              Mr. Farnworth            

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School Hours are 8:25am - 3:15pm

*PLEASE REMEMBER THAT STUDENTS CAN NOT BE DROPPED OFF AT SCHOOL BEFORE 8:05AM.

*IF YOUR STUDENT IS GOING TO BE ABSENT FOR ANY REASON  PLEASE MAKE SURE TO CALL THE OFFICE AT 283-1400 TO EXCUSE THE ABSENCE.
 
THANK YOU
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If your child comes to school with a cell phone, we require that they store the phone in their backpacks with it turned off. If your child has a Smart Watch, the child will be required to put it into Airplane Mode for the time they are in school. Please, utilize Class Dojo to get messages to your students.
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The Carson City School District does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, or on any other basis protected by state or federal law, and it provides equal access to the Boy Scouts of America and other designated youth groups. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the District’s non-discrimination policies: Title IX and 504 Coordinator, 1402 W. King Street, Carson City, NV 89703, (775) 283-2130. For further information on notice of non-discrimination, contact the United States Department of Education, Office of Civil Rights, 1-800-421-3481.