Children must be four years of age on or before August 31, but cannot havereached 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 who is active or reserve military Have a parent lacking a high school diploma or GED Low income (qualifies for free lunches) Developmentally or academically… Continue Reading USD 249 Frontenac Four-Year-Old Preschool Application
Applications will be posted at 8 AM on Monday, February 10th, 2020. 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 who is active or reserve military Have a… Continue Reading Preschool Applications – Monday, February 10th at 8 AM
FRONTENAC — Kansas Commissioner of Education Randy Watson made a local appearance Tuesday, visiting Frontenac for a special assembly to present several awards to the school district. Frontenac Unified School District 249 was presented with the Commissioner’s Award with Highest Distinction, as well as two Kansas Can Gold Star Awards — one for its graduation rate and one for post-secondary effectiveness — and a Kansas Can Copper Star Award for… Continue Reading Education commissioner visits Frontenac to present awards
Please click the links below to view the school supply lists for the 2019-2020 school year.
Parents, For the 2019-2020 school year, we have partnered with SchoolMint for online enrollment. In the coming days, you should receive a letter in the mail for each student attending. Within that letter, you should find instructions on how to sign up for SchoolMint, along with an access code for each student. Kindergarten students who did not attend preschool at Frank Layden Elementary will not receive a SchoolMint letter in… Continue Reading Online Enrollment 2019
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