Frontier Jr./Sr. High School
|Frontier's New Look
You should start to notice some very intentional things happening in the Frontier district in the upcoming weeks after Spring Break! We are ready to share with our community and the world just how proud we are of our schools! Are you ready?
NEW WEBSITE COMING!
Frontier Enrollment on Upswing!
The enrollment at Frontier Schools continues to increase despite neighbors to our borders experiencing declining enrollment. Our September 2014 official count date (the date on which school funding is calculated), the district experienced an increase of 17 students over the same count day on September 2013. This past February 2, 2105 was an additional count date which showed Frontier Schools increasing another 8 students. This enrollment trend is excitingly beating projections this year!
Transfer forms will be mailed home around spring break to those parents who elect to bring their children to Frontier, for the 2015-2016 school year. With 76 transfer 'in' students (over 10% of our enrollment), it is easy to see that Frontier remains a top choice for parents who live in and around our area! We know that great things happen every day at Frontier, and we are sure proud to show it!
The School Board has worked in recent months to plan for further improvements to all facilities in the Frontier School Corporation and to complete those projects that were not selected in our last building project due to cost. Improvements slated include; an advanced media lab at the junior/senior high school, safety upgrades to both schools, signage to both schools, outdoor lighting improvements, energy savings projects at both buildings, locker room addition with large group area (could be weight room) at junior/senior high school, renovating the white barn (football concession, restrooms, locker room), shower improvements to junior/senior high school, auditorium improvements, music/band room at junior/senior high school improvements, vocational equipment, administrative center improvements, preschool playground remodeling, and storage building with pressbox area for girls softball field.
Click here for a copy of the Gibraltar plans for improvements they will be involved in.
Frontier Schools Highlighted by WTHR (13) Indianapolis News for Innovative eLearning
The Frontier School Corporation was recently highlighted by WTHR (13) Indianapolis for their use of a traditional snow day's eLearning. Mr. Hettinger, Frontier Jr/Sr High School principal spoke about the district's expectation for student completion of work and attendance requirements. Senior Jacquie Chitty was also highlighted and interviewed as to her experience from a student's perspective in utilizing an eLearning day and the benefits of online learning as well as potential challenges.You can view the news story by clicking here: http://www.wthr.com/story/27785328/schools-use-cold-day-to-try-out-e-learning
Announcements–Tuesday, April 14, 2015
“Please rise for the pledge of allegiance, students in the hallway are to stop where you are and
face the nearest flag”.
If you plan to give bloodtomorrow, remember to bring a valid IDtomorrowand drink extra water today.
BeginningApril 20thuntil the end of the school year, we will no longer be accepting checks for lunch accounts. You may deposit cash or your parent may deposit on line at EZSchoolPay.com.
Attention Students: The office has candy for sale for after school functions. Please stop by if you wish to purchase a snack for after school activities. The candy is $1.00 and suckers are 50 cents.
All Frontier juniors and seniors are invited to attend After-Prom. See Mrs. Snoble to register.
BPA members need to sign up in Mrs. Rogers’ room for Kids Activity Night this Friday. Pizza will be served.
Attention Seniors: Graduation announcements and caps and gowns will be distributed on Monday, April 20, 2015 during the lunch hour. Students with balance due for announcements have been notified. Caps and gown money is due…$26.75. Please make checks payable to NRP of Michiana.
Attention Students & Staff: The high school Student Council will be hosting a Blood Drive on Wednesday,
April 15th. Please sign up and help save lives. You must be 16 years old to give blood. lunches. Sign-up is during high school lunches.
Senior Sunshine Society members if you are interested in applying for the Frontier Sunshine Society scholarship please request an application from Mrs. Culver-Pekny. The application is dueApril 17th.
Dance guest forms for Prom are on the office counter. Please have them turned in with a photo ID no later than Friday April 23rd.
The Monticello Eclipse Red 14U Softball is having a fundraiser on April 18th at the Reynolds Gym. This is a Cornhole Tournament and registration begins at 1:30 p.m. with the 1st bag throws at 2:00 p.m. Call Stacie at
574-870-2370 to register. The cost is $5.00 for the meal of pulled pork sandwich, chips, and a drink. There will be a raffle for a Colts Cornhole Set for $10.00.
Friday: High School Student Council Meeting - 108
Tuesday, April 14: Varsity Track at Tri-Meet at Delphi: 4:30 p.m.
(Frontier, Delphi, Rossville, Faith Christian)
Varsity Baseball at home with Delphi: 4:30 p.m.
JV Baseball at home with Delphi: 7:00 p.m.
Varsity Golf with Delphi at Edwood Glen: 4:30 p.m.
No breakfast Today
No Lunch Today
Jeff Hettinger, Principal
One Falcon Drive
Chalmers, IN 47929