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Frank Elementary School

 “Kids Come First at Frank”

At Frank Elementary School our mission is to team with parents to:

Fully educate each student to reach his or her highest potential,

Respect and support one another,

Appreciate and welcome differences,

Nurture a passion for learning,

Keep students our top priority!

District Mission: Ensuring all students achieve their greatest potential! 
Dr. Chad Warnimont, Principal,
Mrs. Adrienne Kolebuck, Dean of Students,
Mrs. Alyssa Neumeyer, School Counselor,
Mrs. Kim Fenneken, Secretary,
Mrs. Rhonda Falkenstein, Secretary,
Frank Elementary
401 W. South Boundary
Perrysburg, OH 43551

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Principal's Message

We hope you had a safe and restful Winter Break. We look forward to the possibilities of 2019. Furthermore, we are grateful for the confidence you have in us as we have the daily pleasure of working with your child(ren).

We are back in full swing. Students will not have school on

Monday, January 21st, in celebration of Martin Luther King, Jr.


Also, it is hard to believe, but state testing will be taking place in early April. ELA testing in grades 3 and 4 will be taking place right after spring break. It is very important that students are in school each of these days during our testing window at the beginning of April. Thank you for you understanding and cooperation!

If you have specific questions, concerns or simply want to share your insights, please do not hesitate to contact our school. Our goal is to improve daily which can only happen with your support, confidence and wisdom.

2018-2019 Upcoming Dates

January 18 - Movie Night

January 21 - No School, MLK Jr. Day

January 29-31 - 4th Grade IOWA Testing

February 11-14 – LLS Fundraiser

February 12 – FPC Meeting

February 12 – Frank Marco’s Pizza Night

February 15 and 18 – No School

February 19-22 – Right to Read Week


Frank School Office Hours

A secretary is now in the office beginning at 8:00 a.m. each day during the school year. The office remains open each school day until 4:00 PM.  Please leave a message if calling before or after hours at 419-874-8721.

2018-2019 Friendly Reminders

• Entering the building during school hours:  All visitors during the school day will need to enter using the front entrance (9:05 am-3:35 pm)

• Morning Drop Off:  School starts at 9:05 am, and doors open at 8:50 am. If you are dropping off your child after the bell rings at 9:05 am, you will need to come into the office with your child.

• Early pick up:  If a student will be leaving prior to 3:35 pm, parents must report to the school office and sign out their child.

• Dismissal:  Students will be sent home as typically indicated, unless the teacher receives a note indicating a change. This should be a written note, including the date of the change. If an emergency change occurs once school has started, please call the office. Per our transportation guidelines, students are not permitted to ride buses to which they are not assigned.

• Cafeteria:  Restaurant food, pop and other carbonated beverages are not to be brought into or consumed in the cafeteria. Lunch is a time for children to socialize with their

friends. We ask that you limit coming to eat with your child to their birthday or special occasion (out of town relative visiting, etc.).

• Electronics:  If possible, please keep electronics at home. This includes smart watches. If your child does bring an electronic device, it will need to stay off and in their locker. Reminder: lockers are not locked.

• Birthdays:  In an effort to nurture healthy food choices as well as protecting an increasing number of students with food allergies, we will continue to not distribute edible treats. This year the practice will occur in all Perrysburg Elementary buildings. We appreciate your partnership as we continue implement this school policy. Additionally, please do not send gifts to school. The school day will not be interrupted to deliver gifts (balloons, flowers, etc.).

Breakfast Program

Frank Elementary is proud to announce that we will provide a breakfast program during the 2018-2019 school year. We will offer grab and go breakfast items such as pancakes, cereal bars, cereal bowls, bagels, muffins and cheese sticks, assorted fruits and juices and milk. We will also have some gluten free cereals and yogurt.

A breakfast costs $1.50 or $0.30 if the student qualifies for a reduced price meal. Breakfast is free if the student qualifies for free lunches.

The student will go to the cafeteria upon entering the building in the morning to purchase breakfast. Then the student will go the classroom to eat breakfast as part of the morning routine in the classroom before the bell rings at 9:05 AM.

There will be no breakfast served on two-hour delay days.

Arrival/Dismissal Routines

Arrival and dismissal routines are very important to create a safe, productive learning environment. We will be adhering to the arrival and dismissal guidelines (which can be found below) at all times during the school year. Together, we can ensure a smooth, efficient, and safe arrival and dismissal time. 
Thank you for your understanding and cooperation!

Frank Elementary is on Facebook and Twitter!

Frank Elementary is officially on Facebook! The link is:
Please feel free to visit the page and "like" the page!
We will add pictures/posts frequently to share the great things happening at Frank.
Frank Elementary has a Twitter Account...@FrankElementary. Please feel free to follow Frank. This is a school based twitter account, so Dr. W will share research and fun activities happening within the building.

Community Information

All flyers are electronic. Please check or click "Flyers" under the Parent tab on the district website for information about community events, clubs and more! Information updated weekly."

This replaces any hard copies that are distributed to students except for official district communications, information from school- sponsored teams/clubs or materials from official District Support Organizations.

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