About Frank Fowler Dow #52
Frank Fowler Dow School No. 52, in partnership with parents and the community, is committed to preparing our students to value themselves and others, attain their highest level of achievement, become lifelong learners, and serve as productive citizens.
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New School Year Packet
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Principal Welcome Back Letter 2023
Parent Liaison Welcome Back Letter 2023
Family Handbook 2023 - 2024
2023 - 2024 School Uniforms
Class Welcome Letters and School Supply Lists
Mrs. Bonnewell Ms. Williams
Mrs. Adams Mrs. Omollo
Mrs. Galambos / Ms. Schultheis Mrs. Ludwig
Mrs. Dixon Mrs. Wheeler / Ms. Flint
Mrs. Milian-Holmes Mrs. Sanchez / Ms. Erickson
Mr. Bliss Ms. Johnson / Mrs. Benedict
Mrs. Calogero / Mrs. Glover
Mrs. Hummel Mr. Serventi / Ms. Smith
RCSD At-A-Glance School Calendar
Outside Parking Information
Visitor Policy Letter 2023 - 2024
2023 - 2024 Emergency Response Guidelines
Transportation Change Form
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School Wide Positive Behavior System (PBIS)
PBIS / Good Citizens
Book of the Month Themes / Character Traits
PowerSchool Parent Portal
Troubleshooting Guide for Parents
What to do if...
New School Spirit Wear
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Week of Sept. 11th
Week of Sept. 18th
Week of Sept. 25th
Come Play with Us
Come Play with Us (Spanish version)
Title 1 Presentation
SBPT Meeting Minutes
School #52 Radio Station
Who was Frank Fowler Dow?
Frank Fowler Dow (1851 – 1928) was born in Fowlerville, NY. The town was named after his great-great grandfather, Wells Fowler. Mr. Dow attended college at Geneseo and studied medicine at the University of Buffalo. Did you know that he worked to have New York State pass legislation so that all schools have a playground? It is part of a law named after him, the Dow Law. In 1930, School 52 was named after Dr. Dow to honor this man who did so much for children, his community and education.
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