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Closings & Delays
  • School Delays and Cancellations
    As winter weather approaches, parents of students in Fayette County Schools are reminded there may be times when it will be necessary to delay or close school. Under most circumstances, the decision to delay or close school will be made between 5:30 and 6:00 AM.

     

    A delay means the School Corporation is delaying the start of school by two hours. Buses will run two hours later than normal.

    A school closing means that school buildings are closed and students will not be in attendance that day. Days cancelled by weather will be made up at the end of the school year.

    Parents who need childcare should make arrangements for someone to care for their younger children in the event schools are closed.

    The following media stations will be used to broadcast school closings or delays for the Fayette County School Corporation:

    WCNB-AM Radio, 1580, Connersville

    WHON-AM Radio, 930, Richmond

    WFMG-FM Radio, 101.3, Richmond

    WQLK-FM Radio, 96.1, Richmond

    WIFE-FM Radio, 94.3, Rushville

    WRTV-TV, Channel 6, Indianapolis

    WISH-TV, Channel 8, Indianapolis

    WTHR-TV, Channel 13, Indianapolis

    WXIN-TV, Fox 59, Indianapolis

    WTTV, Channel 4, Indianapolis

    WLWT, Channel 5, Cincinnati

    Government/Education CTV, Channel 3 CTV, Channel 3 Parents and students are asked not to call school offices, school personnel, E911, central dispatch or radio and TV stations to obtain school closing/delay information.


    911 Sign Up for School Closings & Weather Alerts

FRAZEE PLEDGE
  • Frazee School Pledge

    I am a proud student of Frazee Elementary School.
    I will act in such a way that I will be proud of myself
     and others will be proud of me, too.
    I will come to school to learn, and I WILL learn.
    I will have a good day!

Family Links
Typing Help/Games
  • Big Brown Bear
    Practice using the mouse/keyboard
  • Mini Mouse
    Practice using the mouse /keyboard
  • Typing Practice
    FreeTypingGame.Net  is the premiere site to play free typing games, lessons and tests. Our Typing Tutor is the best way to learn to type. No downloads, installations or registration required.
  • Typing Test (games)
    Free typing web games have become one of the most popular ways to develop keyboarding skills in the classroom through both the level of interaction they allow and also the variety of students which they appeal to. While playing with keyboard, students are also learning hand eye coordination and muscle memory. These are two most important elements of mastering touch typing.
  • Typing.com
    Typing.com is a free online typing tutor & keyboarding tutorial for typists of all skill levels. Typing.com includes entertaining typing games, typing tests, and free official typing certification.
  • Learning Games (typing)
    Learning typing is the focus of these keyboarding games. Learning keyboarding skills is vital for today’s learners and tomorrow’s earners. These free typing games are a great way to build typing skills. Keyboarding games teach important skills through a variety of online typing lessons and typing games..... oh yeah, they're fun!
  • Dance Mat Typing
    Dance Mat Typing, a fun way to learn touch typing
Student Links
  • ABCya
    ABCya.com is the leader in free educational kids computer games and activities for elementary students to learn on the web.
  • BookAdventure
    Book Adventure is a fun, free way to motivate your child to read! Kids in grades K-8 can search for books, read them offline, come back to quiz on what they’ve read, and earn prizes for their reading success.
  • FunBrain
    Funbrain is committed to providing a safe gaming environment that bridges learning and entertainment.
  • KidsMath.com
    Math online.
  • Inspire.net
    Indiana's own online encyclopedia.
  • Internet4Classrooms
    Multi grade level learning tool.
  • ISTEP+ & IREAD-3 Test Prep Practice
    Use these online resources to help your child prepare for ISTEP and the IREAD-3 Test
  • Multiplication.com
    Math skills development.
  • Poptropica.com
    Virtual world for kids.
  • StarFall
    Our systematic phonics approach, in conjunction with phonemic awareness practice, is perfect for preschool, kindergarten, first grade, second grade, special education, homeschool, and English language development.
  • SumDog
    Free games to make math fun!
  • Xtra Math
    Helping kids master basic math facts: A free web program for students, teachers, and parents.
  • Pixton
    Teach storytelling through comics
  • Fun 4 the Brain
    The math games are great if you need to review your math facts for addition, subtraction , or division
  • Math Playground
    Math Playground is a popular learning site filled with math games, logic puzzles, step-by-step instructional videos, math practice, and a variety of problem solving activities
  • Arcademics
    Arcademic Skill Builders are online educational video games that offer a powerful approach to learning basic math, language arts, vocabulary, and thinking skills.
  • Turtle Diary
    It's a unique collection of interactive and fun educational games. Children learn important concepts that focus on specific skills that are challenging, yet age appropriate.
  • Storyline Online
     children can be read to with just the click of a Storyline Online video book image.
  • Khan Academy
    Khan Academy offers practice exercises, instructional videos, and a personalized learning dashboard that empower learners to study at their own pace in and outside of the classroom.

First Grade Links
  • A+ Math
    This web site was developed to help students improve their math skills interactively.
  • Addition Timed Test
    This addition timed test is designed to provide students quick, repetitive practice with basic addition facts. The timer can be changed to accomodate all levels.
  • EM Online Everyday Math
    Your resource to access your students' specific Everyday Math materials
  • FunBrain
    Funbrain is committed to providing a safe gaming environment that bridges learning and entertainment.
  • MAP Math
    With this website, start with the lowest RIT or score range first.  Try some of the games, and if they are too easy, go back and pick a more difficult range.
  • MAP Reading
    With this website, start with the lowest RIT or score range first.  Try some of the games, and if they are too easy, go back and pick a more difficult range.
  • Scholastic Computer Lab Favorites
    Here are all the quick, compelling one-session activities you need to incorporate interactive learning and technology into your home. Each activity requires no prep and can be completed in 15-30 minutes.
  • Subtraction Timed Test
    This subtraction timed test is designed to provide students quick, repetitive practice with basic subtraction facts. The timer can be changed to accomodate all levels.