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July 26, 2012

2012/2013 School Calendar and Contacts

Dear Fort Huachuca School Community:

Dr. Ronda L. Frueauff

It is a pleasure to welcome everyone to the 2012 – 2013 school year and my eighth year as Fort Huachuca Accommodation School District superintendent. For those of you returning to our school system, I extend my sincere heartfelt thanks for the contributions you have made to the successful completion of another outstanding school year. For those of you joining us new this school year, we are very pleased you have chosen our schools and we promise to work diligently with your child or children and you to insure a very successful school year.

We are pleased to inform our service members of unique resources that are available on-line for parents and students: The Student On-line Achievement Resources, or SOAR Program is designed to help military Families identify academic strengths and areas in need of improvement, provide guided instruction to address specific needs, and to provide remediation and enrichment resources in reading and mathematics. You can find the link to the SOAR website at: www.soarathome.org. Tutoring help is available for students and parents through Child Youth and School Services at: www.tutor.com/army. In addition, I encourage you to visit the district website, www.fthuachuca.k12.az.us, and the school websites regularly to find out more information about our school district.

We are very pleased to be opening a new Colonel Smith Middle School after many months of design and construction. It will be a great school year with many amazing learning opportunities and we are pleased you will be with us on this journey.

 

Sincerely,

Dr. Ronda L. Frueauff

Superintendent of Schools

 

 

Administrative Personnel Contact Info

(DIAL: 520.458.5082 and Extension Number)

 

Dr. Ronda Frueauff Superintendent, Ext. 1009
frueauffr@fhasd.org

 

Bonnie Austin Assistant Superintendent, Ext. 1007
austinb@fhasd.org

 

Diane Chinen Secretary to the Superintendent, Ext. 1009
chinend@fhasd.org

 

Jessica Galarneau District Secretary, Ext. 1008
galarneauj@fhasd.org

 

Susana Stinson Personnel Secretary, Ext. 1005
stinsons@fhasd.org

 

Cynthia Ott Account Clerk/Payroll, Ext. 1003
ottc@fhasd.org

 

Lyla Offield Account Clerk/Accounts Payable, Ext. 1002
offieldl@fhasd.org

 

Karen Nieto Manager of Finance/Business, Ext. 1001
nietok@fhasd.org

 

Frank Bell Director of Technology, Ext. 1025
frank.a.bell@fhasd.org

 

 




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