[Fitzpatrick Elementary]

Engage... Educate... Inspire


  • How Sick Is Too Sick For School?

    Parents review this important information about when its best to keep your child at home when he/she isn't feeling well.

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  • COVID - Wear A Mask

    Combining prevention steps, including having everyone wear a mask correctly, keeping people 6 ft apart, handwashing, cleaning and maintaining healthy environments & contact tracing. Phased school reopening based on community transmission levels. Increased testing. Vaccinating teachers, staff, and the community.

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  • Virtual Learning Tips for Parents (Headline for everyone)

    As many MPS families continue, their experience having their child attend school virtually –even parents with experience can use some fresh ideas to start the new school year. Here are proven tips from teachers and parents of virtual school students to help your child get ready!

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    The R.A.M.P. Program will officially end for this session on Thursday, November 18, 2021.  Winter Break is December 20 - 31, 2021.

    The program will resume on Tuesday, January 04, 2022.


    Cassandra Mitchell
    R.A.M.P. Facilitator

    Students are NOT to arrive at school/on campus before 7:30 a.m.  Breakfast is served between 7:30 a.m. and 8:00 a.m.   Supervision is not available before 7:30 a.m.

    All students enter the building through the cafeteria side and remain in the cafeteria until they are dismissed at 7:40. 

    All students should be picked up no later than 3:30 p.m

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  • Principal

    Greetings Parents and Students:

    Fitzpatrick Elementary is a place where everyone is someone special. The school is organized and designed to facilitate and enable teachers to teach and students to learn.  Our educational goal is to make learning so exciting that students will experience the joy of discovering new ideas and building new skills. The ultimate goal is to help them to develop a love of learning. Positive attitudes toward school and long-term changes in behavior are the behavioral goals for each student. Students are taught to respect themselves and others. They are given many opportunities to develop and demonstrate self-discipline and responsibility. 

    As we embark upon this school year, it is important to expand our partnership. Your children and our student’s success hinges on our ability to work together. As we implement College and Career Ready Standards we will engage, educate, and inspire our students to excel both academically and beyond.


                                                                     Dr. Charlesetta D. Robinson


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