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Thank you for a great year!

Thank you for working with us to have a successful school year!! As a District Family, we have experienced some real challenges and some losses, but through it all we have remained “Flint Strong!”
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Personnel changes beginning Monday, April 15, 2019

We are committed to keeping you informed of all important updates within the district. For that reason, we wanted to make you aware of personnel changes taking place within our schools. To ensure continuity of educational programming, the following district leaders will take on new roles beginning Monday, April 15, 2019.
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Bus Drivers needed!

First Student Flint wants to put YOU behind the driver's seat! Take advantage of our on the spot interviews and the opportunity to talk to our knowledgeable staff about joining our team!! Please contact (810) 760-1317.
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Doyle Ryder Elementary School wins $5,000 in Keep Genesee County Beautiful Recycling Contest

Students at Doyle Ryder Elementary School take recycling seriously, and it earned them $5,000 for their school.

Doyle Ryder came in first place Keep Genesee County Beautiful’s 7th annual Recycle-Bowl competition with 10,596.53 pounds of recycling. That’s a lot of trash that won’t end up in landfills.

Keep Genesee County Beautiful collaborated with Flint’s Community Education Initiative, coordinated by the Crim Fitness Foundation in partnership with the Flint Community Schools to host the contest.

All total, Recycle-Bowl Flint schools recycled more than 10,500 pounds of trash during the Recycle-Bowl.
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A message regarding water testing in FCS buildings

Dear Parents/Guardians,

The safety and well-being of our students, families and staff has been and will always be the first priority of Flint Community Schools. As has been shared with the State of Michigan, the Flint Community Schools District is in full support of rigorous testing of the water in the schools. The District has not, and will not allow students to drink water from the tap in the schools until the Flint School Board of Education, its Interim Superintendent, and the health and medical professionals of this great city—are satisfied with the safety of the water. Due to the fact that water quality can fluctuate, the District will require a long-term plan from the State, including multiple rounds of testing be conducted to the satisfaction of the medical community.

Sincerely,

Gregory Weatherspoon
Interim Superintendent
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