Ms. Wiley

Mrs. Katrice Wiley, Principal
 
 

Safety For All!

I am sending this message to inform all parents of the importance of ensuring that EVERY student is in proper uniform. As the leader of FAET, I pride myself on ensuring that each and every student is safe and secure every day. This allows ALL staff members to positively identify FAET students and allows our team to easily identify unauthorized individuals and intruders. Please ensure that students have shirts with a Friendship logo and that they do not wear hoodies or outerwear transitioning to and from classes. Weapons can be harbored and disguised in hoodies, jackets, and outerwear. FAET’s uniform is distinctive and stands in a class all by itself. Please ensure all students wear black or grey bottoms, such as, dickies. Tan colored pants, jeans, jeggings, jogger sweatpants, regular sweatpants, and leggings are not acceptable. This allows our leadership team to distinguish our school when community issues occur.

Parents, let’s bond together and collaborate as one team to maintain the safety and security of FAET by ensuring that all students are in proper uniform EACH AND EVERY DAY!!!


 Mrs. K. Wiley Principal 
 
 

School Hours:

Breakfast: 7:40-7:55 a.m.
 
School Day: 8:00 a.m. – 2:50 p.m. (Students are marked late if they are not in class by 8:00 a.m.)
 
After School Programs begin at 3:00 p.m.
 

 

NO STUDENT ENTRY BEFORE 7:40 a.m.

 

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