eLearning SurveyThe Frontier School Corporation is interested in gathering information from our students and parents concerning the availability of Internet services if the IDOE grants permission to us to allow the use of eLearning on snow days. Please complete one form for each Frontier student. This survey will give us important information about the availability of our households to access the Internet. Please complete the survey by Friday, November 21, 2014.
Here is the link to the survey: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1ki5CoTp1nXiaI63KFoNM0Q5WUgb8ewj3Y_T_2vQjdaI/viewform?c=0&w=1&usp=mail_form_link
Internet Essentials from Comcast
Internet Essentials from Comcast offers low-cost Internet service, computer equipment and free digital literacy training to families with at least one child eligible to participate in the National School Lunch Program. Internet Essentials is $9.95/month plus tax. Here is the link to the Internet Essentials program: http://www.internetessentials.com/
Other Internet providers may provide this same service so please inquire with them as well. This is just one resource for parents to explore if they do not have Internet at homeAnnouncements - Wednesday, November 19, 2014
"Please rise for the pledge of allegiance, students in the hallway are to stop where you are and
face the nearest flag".
The November CTE Student of Month is Micah Geisler.
Attention Juniors: There will be a brief class meeting Friday in Mrs. Snoble's room during SRT before going to your other meetings. Please bring magazine orders, buyout money, and dues. There will be a survey on After-Prom locations and basketball concession stand sign-up.
The Student Council is sponsoring a jean drive through November 25. There will be boxes located in the commons area, library, and office. Donate your gently used jeans (no holes) to help the Women's Correctional Center.
Reminder to high school athletes: Winter team sports pictures will be taken today beginning at 3:45. See your coaches for your designated team picture time.
Attention Freshman: Your $5.00 class dues need to be turned in to Mrs. Warden by
Friday, December 12.
The varsity girls' basketball team will play Rossville this Thursday at 6:00 p.m. at the Kitchen Classic at Delphi High School.
Attention all students: the FFA canned food drive has started! The canned food drive will run through Friday, November 21. Please donate as many cans as you can to the teacher of your choice!! All donations will be donated to local families in need and to the White County food pantry to help stock shelves for the holidays. If you have questions please ask an FFA member or Ms. Pitts in room A29.
The Junior High Student Council has decided to extend the end date to bring hats and gloves in for Transitional Housing until Friday, December 5. They are making it a competition between first period classes and the winning class gets a treat.
On Saturday, November 22, 2014 at 4:00 PM, Physical Therapist and Author Jim Cooley along with Cody Lehe will be reading from his book, and signing, The Impact of Cody Lehe. Over one million young men and women play high school sports in the US each year. Many of these athletes will be diagnosed with a concussion, others my suffer from a concussion but are not aware or do not report it to the coaches. The story of Cody Lehe is a cautionary tale of the dangers of playing with concussive symptoms. The Impact of Cody Lehe examines Cody's injury during a Frontier High School football game in the fall of 2006. Following only minor contact in practice four days later, a cascade of chemical events inside Cody's brain altered Cody's life forever. Come out to Barnes and Noble and meet this inspiring young man. Net proceeds for the sale of this book will help fund concussion education and research in honor of Cody Lehe.
Thursday: Jr. High auditions for the play:
"Snow White in the 70's" – Auditorium
Friday: National Honor Society Meeting – B7
FFA Officers Meeting – A29
FCA members to meet in room 111