ImPACT Testing

FHS / FJH Parents  – FHS/FJH students may complete free ImPACT testing.  This testing helps physicians determine if a student has recovered from a concussion.  ImPACT testing provides physicians with baseline data to compare a student’s recovery.  Testing is free. Please use the link provided for more information. You will need to return the attached consent form.  We will then provide their school email to the provider.  They will be emailed… Continue Reading ImPACT Testing

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8th Grade Graduation

FJH 8th Grade Parents and Graduates- Looking at the weather forecast for the next three days it appears that our area will continue to get significant rain.  The chances are high for rain on Wednesday evening.  Because of the forecast, we have decided to have the promotion ceremony in the new gym on Wednesday, May 19, at 7:00 p.m.  We must limit attendance to 8 people per student.  The office… Continue Reading 8th Grade Graduation

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School Board Election Resource Guide

The deadline for school board elections is nearly here! Interested people have to register for this Fall’s election by June 1. Close to 2,000 men and women guide Kansas public school systems, employing more than 70,000 Kansans and serving nearly 500,000 children. Board members receive no pay for their service, only the satisfaction of providing an indispensable public service. Ensuring that prospective candidates are informed of and prepared for the… Continue Reading School Board Election Resource Guide

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Kansas Summer Food Service Program

Kansas Summer Food Service Program What is the SFSP? Just as learning does not end when school lets out, neither does the need for good nutrition.  The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) ) provides free, nutritious meals and snacks to help children in low-income areas get the nutrition they need to learn, play, and grow, throughout the summer months when they are out of school. Who is eligible to get… Continue Reading Kansas Summer Food Service Program

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Frontenac School Board Reduces Local Taxes

During the USD 249 school board meeting on April 12, 2021, the district announced it will be able to redeem the district bonds entirely next fiscal year. This will eliminate the 5.541 mills currently levied in the Bond & Interest fund for Frontenac School District taxpayers. These 25 year bonds originated in 2005 but after refinancing they can be paid off in calendar year 2021.   The Bond and Interest… Continue Reading Frontenac School Board Reduces Local Taxes

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