Dear Parents/Guardians: The Kansas State Board of Education launched a new vision for education – Kansas leads the world in the success of each student. This vision focuses on identifying and addressing the unique needs of each student. A key piece of this vision is helping students to explore and identify their passions while graduating them with the skills needed to be successful in the workforce and in life. To… Continue Reading Parent Perception Survey
Congratulations to Collin Parrish for representing Frontenac Junior High at the State National Geographic Bee! Collin competed against 99 other students from around the state.
FRONTENAC — Frontenac High School Cale Franklin waited anxiously for an email to arrive which would be a deciding factor in his career. Cale knew he wanted to be a pilot since approximately fifth grade, where he became fascinated with airplanes and flying after an air and water show in Chicago. He had seen Air Force fighter jets, among several other planes which fostered his fascination with flying. As a high school… Continue Reading PATRICK’S PEOPLE — Cale Franklin set to go to Air Force Academy
Now taking Applications for the 2019-2020 school year Children must be four years of age on or before August 31, but cannot have reached their fifth birthday and must meet at least one of the criteria listed below. Living in a single parent home Have a parent who was a teen parent Have a parent lacking a high school diploma or GED Low income (qualifies for… Continue Reading Free –Developmentally Appropriate Preschool
FRONTENAC — After a year of preparation, Frontenac School District was approved for a grant to help build multipurpose classrooms which will also serve as storm shelters. USD 249 Frontenac was approved by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) for $1,780,000 in Hazard Mitigation Grant Funds. The grant will be used to build two multipurpose safe rooms at Frontenac High School and Frank Layden Elementary School. The district will pay… Continue Reading Frontenac School District receives grant for new shelters, classrooms
FRONTENAC — Waking up at 5:30 in the morning to a Navy SEAL screaming is not most people’s idea of a good time. Especially since the screaming is followed up by a long workout session, to the same program the SEALs use for themselves. Certainly not something most students would want to spend the summer between their junior and senior years of high school coping with. Unless you’re Frontenac Senior… Continue Reading FHS Student Visits Naval Academy