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From the first day he stepped into a classroom as a substitute teacher, Ralph Frier of Lakeland knew where he wanted to spend his life — right there. Now, 50 years later, it's still what he wants to do.
He's not classroom teaching these days though, unless you call leading by example teaching. Frier spends his days now as executive director of Ridgeview Global Studies Academy, a northeast Polk charter school that consistently gets an A rating from the state. Celebrating his golden anniversary as an educator, Frier maintains he's always tried to be innovative and let kids learn the best way they can. He just really knows his stuff.
Raised by his widowed mother in the Kathleen area, it was a hardscrabble life for the young Frier. He finished high school as the Kathleen High School salutatorian of the class of '64 and parlayed his top grades into successes at University of South Florida where he earned both his bachelor's and master's degrees. He launched his teaching career when he was still an underclassman at USF when he started substitute teaching at numerous Polk County schools. He even took a short cut to get there.
Besides, I'd already been subbing by then. And he needed the money. He'd already met his future wife, Billie, and they married that same year. They also celebrate their golden wedding anniversary this year. The veteran teacher shifted from his classroom roles into administration when he left the public school system in to become principal of a local private school.
I couldn't do what I'm doing now if I hadn't taken that job. I had to learn how to pay the bills, keep teachers, maintain the buildings and try to boost the enrollment, too. Frier, who admits he may be a tad OCD about education, says the most dramatic shift in education besides technology advancements may be parental involvement in their children's education. We have established a learning climate for our students, earned the trust of their families and built relationships with them.
They know we care about their children and are going to do everything we can to help them succeed. Ridgeview's original campus is maxed out as the learning center for more than 1, students in grades kindergarten through eighth grade, with new classrooms under construction today.
The new buildings just west of the original facilities, including more classrooms, a second cafeteria and gym, will open this fall and house the middle school students who are presently using portable buildings. Is that where Ridgeview stops? Not if you ask Frier — he wants to expand even more and add an early learning academy for 3 to 5-year-olds and possibly include high school, too. Digital access or digital and print delivery./p>
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Whereas linking with the public trail system would have created paved trails, the new idea Holloway had was to leave it more natural and give the public a way to escape the concrete jungle. Remembering that during my college days at Florida Southern we had sometimes trained at Sanlan RV Park and held a number of small college meets there, I mentioned this to state meet director Laura Fredrickson.
She hooked up with Holloway-owned Sanlan Ranch and moved the course very successfully to that facility--less than a mile south of our new course. Hoffman described it to me and talked about Ed Holloway's openness to developing it into something special and devoting the resources to make it happen. After surveying the land from the surrounding roads and on Google Maps, I was convinced As nice as the Sanlan property was, this really seemed like where we wanted to end up eventually.
Back in April, I discussed this property and vision for it with Jim Ryun Invitational meet director Paul White, and he really picked up the ball and ran with it. He wasted no time reaching out to the brilliantly generous Holloway and the two bonded over the property's potential. In a few short months, they've visited the land countless times and started breaking ground on the new course. The great thing is they have the staff, equipment, funding, and desire all right there!
Great things can happen in a short period of time when you remove government involvement and have the right resources! Besides its natural beauty, one of the best things about this property is its location! While most "true cross country" courses you have to drive minutes outside of civilization to finally arrive, this place sits really in the heart of south Lakeland.
It is encircled by four major local thoroughfares: Edgewood Drive features South McKeel Academy, the new soccer complex, and little shops and restaurants. Going north along Highway 98 and its side streets there is a Pizza Hut, gas stations, McDonalds, and other little restaurants. What about lodging and more dining options? Just one exit west on the Polk Parkway is Florida Ave.
One more exit west on Polk Parway takes you to Harden Blvd. In the last decade they constructed the massive Lakeside Village at this intersection. It is one of those new huge outdoor downtown mall areas. Lakeland itself is centrally located in the state, near the dead-center of the state population wise.
The Polk Parkway is a major toll expressway that makes an easy loop around Lakeland right past the course and connects back up with I-4 on either side of town. There will be two entrances into the new park and cross country course.
The main entrance will be at Lakeland Highlands Road and Glendale Street, across from the fire department. It will enter the park from the west. The secondary entrance which may be for buses only will be from US Highway 98 via Marion Drive which is at the traffic light at 98 and Combee Road. The path into the venue will not be paved, at least not at first.
However, it will be hard-packed ground or graded dirt and access should not be a problem even for buses. Parking itself will be plentiful--there is a ton of land here--and the walk from the parking lot to the midway area and course will be trivial. Map above is tentative. Click it to make it larger and in new window. This is not your standard, pancake PR course!
This is a true cross country course in every sense of the word. You will be running through trails and over hills throughout the entire length of the course. They are going to have 3K, 5K and 8K courses from day one It is also a single loop course with no overlap which also means we could potentially start multiple races as quickly as eight minutes apart.
After the start runners will have about meters of relatively level land before headed up a pretty sizable climb. There the path will gradually narrow but continue straight and wide enough for about meters before the first left-hand angle into the woods.
From there, they will start one of three "fingers" of the 5K course. Runners will loop out through some really pretty and shaded land and head through some canopied trails, as they head back north toward the waiting spectators around the mile mark.
Next they take a right angle to the east along the low trail. This is a really interesting formation of the course. Spectators will look down on the runners from a trail at the top of the ridge, while the runners head out on the trail below.
Then the 5K runners will take another right turn for the "second finger" of the course, while the 3K runners will cut it off and keep straight. On the second finger, runners will head out on a gradual climb up the ridge, and then come down in kind of a wide open valley. Headed back north, they will meet back up with the spectators at a major crossroads where the various trails converge at a little creek near at the two mile marker. He's not classroom teaching these days though, unless you call leading by example teaching.
Frier spends his days now as executive director of Ridgeview Global Studies Academy, a northeast Polk charter school that consistently gets an A rating from the state. Celebrating his golden anniversary as an educator, Frier maintains he's always tried to be innovative and let kids learn the best way they can. He just really knows his stuff. Raised by his widowed mother in the Kathleen area, it was a hardscrabble life for the young Frier. He finished high school as the Kathleen High School salutatorian of the class of '64 and parlayed his top grades into successes at University of South Florida where he earned both his bachelor's and master's degrees.
He launched his teaching career when he was still an underclassman at USF when he started substitute teaching at numerous Polk County schools. He even took a short cut to get there.
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