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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 March 13, 2017 at Frankenmuth High School in Room 9 at 6:00PM


Please take notice that there will be a Special Meeting of the Frankenmuth Board of Education on March 13, 2017 at Frankenmuth High School in Room 9 at 5:00PM

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

Please Note:
Posting these opportunities for parents/students does not necessarily mean that the FSD endorses the programs.

Square One Trades Camp.
Students will experience welding, carpentry, electrical, etc.

July 11-13 (Grades 6-9)
July 25-27 (Grades 9-12)

-Deadline to Register May 20, 2016

SMEKplus Summer Camp.
Science & Math Extravaganza for Kids, put on by The SVSU Math/Science center.

Junior SMEKplus (grades 2-4): July 12 - 14, 2016
Senior SMEKplus (grades 5-8): July 19 - 21, 2016

- Deadline to register Friday, June 24.

Becoming Outdoors Smart in Summer (BOSS) program:

Explore nature this summer with the Michigan Wildlife Conservancy.  The BOSS program includes ten educational units teaching skills such as animal tracking, identification of trees, birds, amphibians and reptiles, how to analyze habitats for Monarch butterflies, fish (in streams) and the pollinators important to agriculture and wild plants. Parents must register their children by June 3 online, by email or phone (517) 641-7677. A BOSS Program summary and a sample education unit (on animal tracking) can be viewed online as well. Although the Program targets 4th-6th graders, younger or older children can also participate.

Link to the Michigan Wildlife Conservancy pdf of the BOSS program for families



Delta College Summer Camps

Delta College offers a wide variety of Summer Camps from June 20-July 28.  Click on this document to access links to camp information.

Primed To Paint

Primed To Paint offers summer art camps and incorporates reading and writing into these classes.  Camps are led by certified art and certified elementary school teachers.  There are 6 summer camps that are either 5 days or 3 days long.  Our goal at Primed To Paint is to help keep students learning throughout the summer months, while having fun by creating and enjoying unique art activities.

S.K.I.L.L.S Basketball Camps

S.K.I.L.L.S Basketball Camps will again be in the area at a local school.  Anyone ages 7-15 may participate.  More information for these camps can be found by visiting their website at www.skillsbasketball.org

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