Remote Support If you need technical support please check with your teachers first. If they are unable to help please click here: https://www.frontenac249.org/district/technology/tech-support/ Wifi Access Please see the maps below with information on where you should be able to connect to the school WIFI from your vehicles if necessary. School owned devices should connect automatically. The Frontenac Guest network is open for non-school owned devices.
After the message from the Governor on Tuesday, USD 249 immediately began working on a plan for the rest of the semester. We realize you may have questions about the upcoming weeks, so we wanted to share with you the current plans. March 23-27 USD 249 Spring Break March 30-April 3rd No Students at USD 249 – Staff Professional Development April 6 through the end of May – Continuous Learning… Continue Reading A message to USD 249 Parents / Guardians / Students
If you are traveling to or have traveled to these areas please follow the quarantine guidelines below. Please also note that this list will be updated frequently and any additional letters will be sent out as they are released. For Immediate Release March 15, 2020 For more information, contact: Ashley Jones-Wisner Kristi Zears KDHE issues new recommendations for quarantine and isolation of travelers, close contacts and those being… Continue Reading Parents — below you will find the latest KDHE guidance on travel and quarantines
At the recommendation of the Commissioner of Education, Governor Laura Kelly, KDHE, and the Speaker of the House, as well as our own concern for the safety and well-being of our students and families, we have made the decision that ALL Crawford County schools will be closed Monday, March 16 through Friday, March 20. Effective immediately, all district events and extracurricular activities are canceled until the District reopens or further… Continue Reading Crawford County Schools will close school Monday March 16th through Friday 20th (5 school days)
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