Out of District Transfer Requests

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If you or someone you know live outside of the Frontier School Corporation but would like your child to attend, remember that a transfer request is needed each year.  Please stop in the FES office or Corporation office to pick up a transfer request form.

If you are moving to a new school next year, please let the front office know as soon as possible as we begin to make plans for next year.

FES News

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Aug. 11 is Back to School Night from 5 to 6:30 pm. This is a great time to meet your teacher, see your classroom, and bring in your supplies. We look forward to seeing you there!

Please welcome Mrs. Carmen Bordner as new principal of FES! We are so excited to have her as our new leader. Please make sure to stop by FES to help welcome her to Frontier.

Introducing PRIDE

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In collaboration with all White County School Corporations, the Frontier School Corporation will implement the PRIDE program in the Fall of 2016.

The acronym PRIDE stands for:

Persistence – persevere through challenges, problem-solve

Respectfulness – accept and serve others, possess a positive attitude, communicate clearly

Initiative – self-starters, critical thinkers

Dependability – academic readiness, reliable, demonstrate a responsibility and teamwork

Efficiency – organized, punctual, self-management

As part of our Positive Behavior Interventions and Support (PBIS) process, all Frontier students (K-12) will be challenged to not only achieve academic success, but to also be responsible and ethical citizens.  There are several components to PRIDE – work ethics, college and career readiness standards, and PBIS.

The goal is for every student to be ready for whatever post-secondary challenges await them, and so we must prepare our students accordingly. Employers will tell you, “hire character and train skills”. With the PRIDE program, we hope to build citizens and inspire character.