Constantine honored retired superintendent

Retired Constantine Public Schools superintendent Chuck Frisbie was honored Tuesday during a luncheon at the high school, the district’s last day of the academic year.
Frisbie was presented with a special-commendation award from the state, signed by Rep. Aaron Miller, U.S. Rep. Fred Upton, state Sen. John Proos and Gov. Rick Snyder.
The 54-year-old Frisbie also received a plaque from the school.
Frisbie served as superintendent for eight years following a two-decade career at Mendon Community Schools.
School board president John Shuler said Frisbie made a lot of positive changes to the school system.
When Frisbie came to Constantine, the district had low and failing test scores, Shuler said. Furthermore, staff, students and the public had low morale, Shuler added.
He said Frisbie helped put focus on improving academics by using test scores to work on problem areas.
His position as chief of the 1,400-student district was offered to Steve Wilson, who previously served as assistant superintendent and principal at Riverside Elementary School.

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