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Frontenac Schools USD249
208 S. Cayuga
Frontenac, Kansas 66763

Mon-Fri: 7:30 - 4:00PM

Phone: 620-231-7551
Fax: 620-231-1312
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Kid Care Connection

Community Health Center of Southeast Kansas and USD 250 Pittsburg Community Schools have partnered to provide health care services for all district students. Services are provided through the KidCare Connection mobile health van that will be at Frontenac Oct 10th and Oct 14th.

Services available include routine physical exams including sports physicals, early detection and treatment of illness and injury, care management of chronic disease, management of recurring health concerns, immunizations, assistance with weight loss and smoking cessation, referrals to drug and alcohol counseling and health education. All participating students will be served regardless of insurance or income status with no out-of-pocket expenses to the family or student.

If you would like your child to receive care in the mobile health clinic, please download and complete the appropriate consent form below and return it to the school office.

KidCare Connection Enrollment form-English
KidCare Connection Enrollment form-Spanish
General Information sheet-English
General Information sheet-Spanish



National Honor Society Application

Please click here to download the application.





In early 2016 USD 249 volunteered itself to be audited by the State of Kansas. 

Below are the results of this audit









CNC League Art Festival Results


Hope Coleman - Scratchboard Drawing - “Best of Division” - “Best of Category”

- Colored Pencil Drawing - Italy - “1st Place”

- Painting/Acrylic - Man w/Umbrella - “2nd Place”

Colored Pencil Drawing - Mad Hatter - “2nd Place”

Pencil Drawing - Rhino and Ship - “Honorable Mention”

Watercolor Painting - Lady w/Hat - “Honorable Mention”

Pencil Drawing - Girls Face & Flying Birds - “Honorable Mention”

Acrylic Painting - Starry Night - “Honorable Mention”


Lauren Eagon - Painting/Acrylic - Girl/Ladder -“Best of Division” - “Best of Category”

- Watercolor Painting - Abstract Face - “1st Place”

Scratchboard Drawing - Buildings - “1st Place”

- Colored Pencil Drawing - Multi-Colored Man - “Honorable Mention”

Pencil Drawing - Girl w/Tilted Head w/Pigtails - “Honorable Mention”


Cale Franklin - W/C Painting- Big Ben/Bridge- “Best of Division” - “Best of Category”

- Painting Watercolor - Sea Turtle - “Best of Division” - “Best of Category”

- Colored Pencil Drawing - Coke Bottles - “1st Place”


Lauren Hipfl - Colored Pencil Drawing - Dog - “Best of Division” - “Best of Category”

Watercolor Painting - Bird in Flight - “1st Place”

Painting/Acrylic - Gone w/the Wind - “Honorable Mention”


Carlos Herrera - Pencil Drawing - Face - “Best of Division” - “Best of Category”


Emily Snider - Pencil Drawing - Girl Holding Legs - “2nd Place”

- Watercolor - Caged Bird - “2nd Place”

Painting/Acrylic - Flamenco Dancer - “Honorable Mention”


Abbey Dainty - Painting/Acrylic - Perspective - “2nd Place”

- Painting/Watercolor - Girl/Cat - “3rd Place”

- Pencil Drawing - Gorilla w/Plants & Bird - “Honorable Mention”


Joey Lough - Colored Pencil Drawing - Yellow Sports Car - “1st Place”

- Pencil Drawing - Mustang - “Honorable Mention”


Whitney Sherman - Colored Pencil Drawing - Colorful Face - “1st Place”


A.J. Lusker - Pencil Drawing - Ford F-150 Truck - “1st Place”


Kieran Wilson - Pencil Drawing - Heart (instruments) - “2nd Place”


Annie Barton - Colored Pencil Drawing - Circles w/Blue Flowers - “2nd Place”


Kailey Hall - Pencil Drawing - 3 Panel Flowers - Still Life - “3rd Place”


Ashton Qualls - Pencil Drawing - Cousin & Baby - “Honorable Mention”


Mercedes Smalley - Colored Pencil Drawing - Avatar - “Honorable Mention”


Logan Sandifer - Pencil Drawing - Owl - “Honorable Mention”


Samantha Merando - Colored Pencil Drawing - Multi Colored Girl - “Honorable Mention”


Emily Meyers - Colored Pencil Drawing - Face & Abstract Hair - “Honorable Mention”




Frontenac High School Enrollment Handbook

You can download the 2016-2017 FHS Enrollment Handbook Below:

Handbook / Course Descriptions



Greenbush Student Tech Conference

On Tuesday, April 26th, Frontenac students attended the 2016 Greenbush Student Tech Conference.  Our FHS Raider Weekly broadcasting crew presented the technologies and processes behind their successful video productions. Several of the JH Tech Squad, The Raider GEEKS, and a few other high school students attended the day long event. 

Check out the Tech Adventure iMovie:

On your iPad or phone use the Aurasma app ( iOS / Android ) to FOLLOW the channel "Raider GEEKS". Use your camera to scan the Greenbush Student Tech Conference 2016 design below directly from ANOTHER computer screen, then double tap the screen to view the "TECH ADVENTURE" trailer. You can also scan the icon from someone's conference t-shirt!

If you do not have a smart phone you can click here to view the video.

Courtesy of Caryn Murray 



2016 School-Wide National Geographic Bee​

Eight students, 4th-7th grades, participated in the 2016 School-Wide National Geographic Bee. Representatives included 4th graders, Abram Frankenbery and Ruth Frederick; 5th graders, Cathryn Poe and Dayton Hutchison; 6th graders, Grady Garner and Austin Duval, and 7th graders, Chase Blakemore and Dylan Ensch. The school champion was Austin Duval with Chase Blakemore taking second and Grady Garner taking third. Each student represented his/her class well! Austin will now take an online exam to be submitted to the National Geographic Society. It will be scored and if he makes the top 100 scores in the state, he will advance to the state bee in Abilene, KS in April. Sydney Frankenbery and Cole Ferraro helped assist in conducting the bee as well as Chelsea Churchwell, who kept score, and Jennifer Morris, who was the moderator and the judge.

Day at the Museum

All FJH 6th grade students completed a biographical research paper on a famous person from history in their social studies class. To culminate this project, each student dressed as his/her historical person and gave a short, first-person speech in the "Day at the Museum." Guests were invited to walk along a chronological timeline of the historical figures to listen to each student's speech.







 Retired tires reused as Raider track

  By Sarah Gooding
 The Morning Sun 


 The tearing up and resurfacing of the Raiders’ track  shouldn’t interfere with the fall season football season and  will create a top-notch new surface for the track team  come spring.

 The replacement, which will provide a second life for  12,067 recycled tires, is being funded by a $147,000  Kansas Department of Health and Environment Solid Waste  Grant.
 “Everybody’s green now, and we wanted to come up with a  green product,” said Mike Dixon, a resident of Frontenac  who also is president of Track Renovations, the company  doing the resurfacing.
 He said used tires are one of the most difficult items to

“You can’t take it to the landfill and you can’t burn it,” Dixon said. “The fees you pay to dispose of the tire, that goes in a fund and is used for grants. It’s a win-win for everyone.”

Read more: http://www.morningsun.net/article/20140915/News/140919841#ixzz3Dcreo1Pd




FRONTENAC — Using iPads to learn makes education "kind of funner" for Brooke Banks.
Banks, a fourth grader in Tim Vesco’s class at Frontenac’s Frank Layden Elementary is in one of four elementary and four junior high classrooms testing out iPads in education before a 1:1 initiative goes district-wide in coming years.
"We’re just a few days in, but I’ve already seen a lot more enthusiasm to try things out and to work with the iPad," Vesco said. "I want to see the kids not just using it as a sub for papers."
Vesco said initially students are getting a feel for the screens, but in coming months will be doing all sorts of project-based learning, including making green screen movies, blogging and more.

Read more: http://www.morningsun.net/article/20140822/News/140829943#ixzz3BhLPFLYo






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