Raiders take two over Buffalo

LACYGNE — The Frontenac High School basketball teams picked up a pair of wins on Friday against Prairie View, as the girls’ team won 59-40 before the boys’ team picked up its first win of the season 69-50. LADY RAIDERS WIN BY DOUBLE DIGITS The Lady Raiders got the night started out on the right foot for Frontenac, winning 59-40 in game one of the night. A quick start for… Continue Reading Raiders take two over Buffalo

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Frontenac Junior High Community Service Project

During the month of November, students in grades 6-8th collected non-perishable food items for the Sacred Heart food pantry. Eight-hundred and fifty food items were donated. Mr. Rakes’ Advisory class donated the most, and will receive a pizza party for their efforts. The faculty and staff, as well as Sacred Heart Catholic Church, would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to all who donated so graciously to this most… Continue Reading Frontenac Junior High Community Service Project

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 Frontenac Dollar Club members pay for Pittsburg Sonic Drive-in customers’ meals on Saturday. The club does random acts of kindness throughout the year, this year they paid for 40 customer’s meals at Sonic and gave a $120 tip to one of the servers. [STEPHANIE POTTER / THE MORNING SUN]

Be kind, give generously — Frontenac Dollar Club gives back to community at Sonic

PITTSBURG — Customers at the Pittsburg Sonic Drive-in had their meals paid for by the Frontenac Dollar Club on Saturday. The students spent $100 on meals, which paid for 40 meals and an extra $120 was given to a server at Sonic as tip. The Frontenac Dollar Club does various acts of kindness throughout the year and is led by Frontenac Technology Educator Eric Gudde. Continue reading on The Morning Sun

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 Frontenac Freshman Landon Cummins drills holes into the sides of picnic caddies using a drill press. Chance Hoener / The Morning Sun

Some assembly required — FHS and PSU students team up for manufacturing project

FRONTENAC — Frontenac High School students would have made Henry Ford proud Thursday, forming an assembly line as part of their technology class. The FHS technology students served as the workforce for a Pittsburg State University College of Technology project. PSU Students in a manufacturing enterprise class spent the semester building a company and product — and Thursday, saw it come to life. Continue reading on The Morning Sun.

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