The Frontenac High School student body continued an annual tradition recently and selected king and queen candidates for the upcoming basketball homecoming. The FHS basketball homecoming game was originally scheduled for Friday, February 5, 2021, but had to be rescheduled. A new date has not yet been determined. Highlights of the evening will include the presentation of the homecoming court and the crowning of the 2021 king and queen. This year’s king candidates are Ty Gates [John & Tressie Gates], Storm Niegsch [Jordan & Kerri Niegsch], Miller Coleman [Todd Coleman & Heather Coleman] and Brett Cleland [John & Kelly Cleland]. The queen candidates are Hannah Eckstein [Dan & Heather Eckstein], Reagen Hipfl [Jason Hipfl & Amy Hipfl], Gracen Hipfl [Jason Hipfl & Amy Hipfl], and Emmalee Jessip [Renae Jessip]. Coronation will be held at halftime of the boys’ game.

FHS Basketball Homecoming 2021

FHS Homecoming has been rescheduled for February 19th.  Homecoming coronation will be held during halftime of the boys varsity basketball game.  We are still limited in the number of spectators we have in attendance.  The homecoming ceremony will be on the New Gym livestream and carried by ESPN 100.7. Highlights of the evening will include the presentation of the homecoming court and the crowning of the 2021 king and queen. This… Continue Reading FHS Basketball Homecoming 2021

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Frontenac HS Winter Sports

Four attendees per player  – This is a KSHSAA and Crawford County Health Department decision.  Student-athletes are to submit the names of those in attendance to their coach.  FHS and visiting sites will utilize this pass list.   We are still only allowed 25% of our bleachers capacity.  Please leave the building when your child has completed their game.  We appreciate your cooperation as we strive to do everything we… Continue Reading Frontenac HS Winter Sports

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Amended School Calendar

At the January 11, 2021 Board of Education meeting an amended calendar for the 2020-2021 school year was approved.   You can view the amended calendar at the following link. https://www.frontenac249.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/2020-2021-District-Calendar-BOE-Amended-1-11-21.pdf

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Emily Broege takes third in Joplin Globe Veterans Day essay contest

Third place: Emily Broege, eighth grade, Frontenac (Kan.) Junior High School. Teacher: Mary Warrick. “Veterans Day” Why is Veterans Day important, and how can we show gratitude to those who have fought for our country? It’s important to put a spotlight on soldiers and to honor them, and to also show that we are thankful for all they have done. Veterans Day is important because it puts a spotlight on… Continue Reading Emily Broege takes third in Joplin Globe Veterans Day essay contest

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