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Frazer Public Schools

The Montana Schools of Promise – School Improvement Grants Initiative is a partnership between schools, communities and the Office of Public Instruction to improve Montana’s most struggling schools. In communities across Montana, parents, families and caregivers share the hope that their children will graduate from high school and be prepared to go on to college or enter the workforce.

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Frazer, MT

Frazer Public Schools are located on the Fort Peck Reservation home to two separate Indian nations, the Assiniboine and Sioux Tribes, each composed of several bands. The Assiniboine refer to themselves as "Nakona" and the Sioux call themselves "Dakota".

These communities lay along the Missouri River’s north bank, the reservation’s southern boundary. The Fort Peck Reservation, headquartered in Poplar, is the second largest reservation in Montana covering over two million acres of land. There are over 11,700 enrolled tribal members with approximately 6,800 living on or near the reservation. From the Fort Peck Tribes website information, Frazer boasts a population of 562.

School administration is made up of Superintendent Corrina Guardipee and Principal Melanie Blount. School board chair is Joe Rainingbird.

School enrollment as of Fall 2013:

  • Frazer Elementary (K-8): 106
  • Frazer High School (9-12): 35

Frazer, MT


Action Plan/Timeline

Superintendent Juneau and  Frazer Teachers
Frazer Teachers and State Superintendent Denise Juneau

Each School Improvement Grant district was required to organize a team of staff, administration, school board members and students to develop a plan of improvement using designated funds. The plan design is used across all 50 states, but each team develops their own specific needs and how they will work toward an increase in student achievement and graduation.

Each identified district created a team of teachers, administrators, school board members, parents and students to create a District Action Plan (DAP). Based on the Federal Guidelines, teams analyzed data and created plans of improvement unique to their district and schools.

  • 2011 Tier I school's DAP
  • 2012 Tier I school's DAP