Students wave goodbye as the Achievement Academy and the Extended School Year draws to a close at Fisher Middle School. It was a successful and productive summer program thanks to all the great teachers who taught the five week academy and all the hard working students who attended it. As the summer program at Fisher Middle school ends, we look forward to the start of a brand new 2017-18 school year on Wednesday, September 6th!Please 'click' to view picture.
At our Board of Education meeting, the Board approved our building administrative/management structure for the upcoming school year. I wanted to reach out to the community and provide you an overview of these changes. I have also provided you a graphic as a separate attachment that details our administrative structure for the 2017-18 school year. Please 'click' to read letter and for the link for the District Building Management Structure information. Thank you.
At its May 22nd meeting, the Ewing Township Board of Education approved Dr. Maggy Hanna as the new principal of Fisher Middle School. Dr. Hanna replaces Barbara Brower, who will retire next month after eleven years as principal of the school and many years as an educator at Fisher. Dr. Hanna’s selection marks the conclusion of a process that began earlier this year when Ms. Brower announced her retirement. Please 'click' to read press release.
It has been my sincere privilege to be selected as the next principal of Fisher Middle School and become a member of such a wonderful school family. I am proud to become part of the Fisher Middle School tradition that promotes a shared commitment to learning with a focus on meeting the needs of a diverse student body. Please 'click' to read letter.
FMS 2017 Fall Season Athletic Permission Packets can be turned into the Fisher Main Office/Nurse's Office Monday-Thursday until August 4th 8:30AM to 12:00PM.
On occasion, a parent may have a concern, complaint, suggestion or request related to a school decision or policy. Many questions are easily and completely answered by communicating directly with the person in charge of the class or program. Each situation should first be addressed at whatever level the initial action was taken, with appeals moving on to the next level in the chain of command.