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Frankenmuth School District Newsletter


Please take notice that there will be a Regular Meeting of the  Frankenmuth Board of Education on February 13, 2017 at EF Rittmueller Middle School at 6PM 


Please take notice that there will be a special meeting of the Board of Education of Frankenmuth, Michigan Monday, February 13, 2017 at EF Rittmueller Middle School in the Library at 4:00PM


The Frankenmuth School District Foundation will begin accepting applications for individual student and teacher/advisor grants for the next cycle beginning January 27, 2017. Applications must be returned to the Frankenmuth School District Office, the main office at List Elementary or Rittmueller Middle School, or the guidance office at the High School no later than Tuesday, April 14th at 4:00PM.

Don't miss your opportunity to take advantage of this wonderful program. Click here for more information on individual student grants and teacher/advisor grants

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Discover the Spirit of the Frankenmuth School District
 

Welcome and thank you for considering The Frankenmuth School District for your child's school. The Frankenmuth School District is one of the top public school districts in the State of Michigan based on our students' academic performance on state and national tests; outstanding opportunities in the arts, co-curricular and athletic programs; exceptionally trained faculty; and state-of-the-art technology and facilities. We strive to achieve academic success for all students and have received many state and national accolades, honors, and awards.

 Our success is made possible by supportive parents with high expectations for their children; a community willing to support public schools; highly qualified teachers who continue to improve their skills; a support staff who care about children; administrators who hire and support the development of quality teachers; and a Board of Education that has set high performance standards for the school system and supports the efforts of the staff and administrators.    


New Family/Transfer Enrollment Procedures 
    

Please contact Penny Malicoat for an enrollment packet at 989.652.9958 or pmalicoa@frankenmuth.k12.mi.us.

When submitting the completed enrollment papers, we will ask you for the following additional documentation:

 

  • Proof of Residency

Families must reside within the district boundaries in order to send their children either to List, EF Rittmueller Middle School, or Frankenmuth High School.  You can check to see if your home falls within the district boundaries under the New Families information tab. Several documents will be necessary to prove residency these include: 

An original of one of the following documents showing parent/guardian name and current address: 

  • Closing Statement/Certificate of Occupancy
  • Current Signed Lease and Landlord Declaration
  • Current Property Tax Bill
  • Mortgage Payment Book
  • Deed/Title

In addition a current original* (showing parent/guardian name and current address) of any three of the following:

  • Gas and/or Electric Bill
  • Bank Statement
  • Cable and/or Satellite TV Bill
  • Telephone Bill (No Cell)
  • Auto Insurance Policy or Bill
  • Home Insurance Policy or Bill
  • Payroll or Social Services Check
  • Major Credit Card Statement

*Current means a service period ending withing 30 days of the date of registration.

  • Birth Certificate

The Michigan Missing Children's Act, (MCL 380.1135), requires that you provide a certified (raised seal) copy of the child's birth certificate when you are enrolling in school. 

 

  • Immunization Records 
  •  Please provide a record showing that your child has received all of the required immunization. Please refer to the chart below for the required immunizations and the time frame in which they must be administered.

 

 

Entry Requirements for All Public &   Non-Public Schools 
Age → 4 years through 6 years  7 years through 18 years 
Vaccine   **↓ 
Diphtheria, 4 doses DTP or DTaP, 4 doses D and T OR 3 doses   Td if #1 is given on or after 7 yrs of age. Must   have 1 dose within last 10 years. 
Tetanus, one dose must   be on
Pertussis  or after 4 yrs 
Polio  4 doses, if dose 3 administered on or after 4 years, only 3   doses required  3 doses 
Measles,* 2 doses on or after 12 mo.  2 doses on or after 12 mo. 
Mumps,*
Rubella* 
Hepatitis B*  3 doses  3 doses 
Varicella* 1 dose if   given on or after 12 months of age and prior to 13th birthday OR2 doses if initiated on or after 13th birthday OR current lab immunity OR reliable history of disease 
(Chichenpos) 

* Current laboratory evidence of immunity is acceptable instead of immunization with antigen. For more information, please refer to www.michigan.gov/immunize

** All doses of vaccines must be given with appropriate spacing between doses and at appropriate ages to be considered valid. 

 

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