A Note From the Principal

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Wow! Fall is already here and our school year is off and running with a charge of excitement!  We are already winding down the first quarter and looking toward parent conferences on Oct. 24th, 25th, and 26th. Please keep an eye out for an invitation from your child’s teacher, and we look forward to seeing you soon! 

During the week of Oct. 2nd through Oct. 6th, Fritsch will be participating in a Week of Respect.  During the week, the students will enjoy different activities that help them understand how to be respectful, kind, and empathetic towards others. We will be finishing the week with an awesome activity that will be featured in Nevada Magazine.  We will keep you posted as to when it will be published.

We would like to thank our PTA for organizing the Dudes and Donuts social.  Our PTA is very active here at school and is always looking for families to get involved. An individual membership is just $6 and $10 for a family membership. Your dues are returned to you in many different ways, from equipment for our school to refreshments at our family engagement nights, and possibly most important a voice in our community. Last year, their focus was to purchase a new sound system for our lunchroom and I am excited to report that we have a new sound system!

Finally, we are always trying to improve the safety of our school, and with that said, we request that if you enter through the office and sign in as a visitor, please exit through the office as well, so we know that you are no longer on campus. Also, when school starts in the morning, please let the teacher take the students to class and get the day started.  If you have a concern that needs to be addressed, please either email, Dojo, or leave a voicemail with the teacher, and they will get back to you and not interrupt classroom instruction. We know that an open line of communication is important to your child’s education, but our time in the morning is precious and having the distraction of a parent in the classroom is a loss of important instructional time.

Bob Beauprez, once stated that “education is a shared commitment between dedicated teachers, motivated students, and enthusiastic parents, with high expectations,” and that is why we are here creating opportunities for success.


Enjoy the beautiful fall colors,


Mr. Brown                              Mr. Farnworth