The mission of Frye Elementary School is to develop responsible, productive, and compassionate individuals who will be prepared to meet the challenges of an ever-changing global society by providing quality education in a safe and nurturing environment through a relevant, integrated curriculum. This is accomplished by maintaining a respect and acceptance of individual and cultural diversity through a collaborative effort of home, school and community.
The Arizona Department of Education provides the academic standards that are taught. Chandler Unified School District takes these standards and generates performance objectives so that students can demonstrate competency in them. This progress is monitored quarterly. Success for All Reading and Success for All-Math WINGS are both aligned to the state and district standards. In addition to these programs writing/language arts, science and social studies are regular parts of the curriculum. Students also receive Physical Education and Music twice during each 6-day rotation cycle. They also receive computer lab and library once during each 6-day rotation. When students reach 5th and 6th grade, they have the opportunity to take Band and Orchestra in lieu of general music.
Frye Elementary School believes that children are unique with their own needs, experiences, strengths and potential. What children learn in school and how they develop as individuals is significantly influenced by how they feel about themselves and their surroundings. We believe in providing a rich diversity of opportunities for our children in a responsive environment with a dedication to excellence in learning. We recognize that through our individual differences, we can learn to work together and express ourselves with confidence and mutual respect. We emphasize the rights and responsibilities of each individual. Nurturing individual self worth and providing a strong relevant education is the foundation on which we repair our children for the present and the future.
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Last Modified on September 29, 2011