Frontier Students Work

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FES sixth grade students went to Frontier Jr.-Sr. High School on Friday, Oct. 7, and participated in Chemistry Labs with FHS students! Thank you Mrs. Snoble and Miss Timmons for organizing this wonderful hands-on learning experience for students.

Frontier makes sure to pair older students with younger students to enhance learning opportunities as often as possible. We like students to not only get to know each other at different levels, but start to develop role models outside of our staff.

Frontier Elementary Update

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At Frontier Elementary, staff and students are daily creating the future.  Teachers, students and families partner together to give students the best opportunities for learning. From visits to the Indianapolis Zoo to learning with the high school chemistry class, our students’ horizons are broadened daily. Extended learning opportunities to Camp Tecumseh, Pioneer Day in second grade and experiences at the Feast of the Hunter’s Moon have all enhanced education recently.

Frontier Elementary has much to be proud of: an active PTO, committed teachers and staff and secure facilities contribute to the excellent reputation of FES. Our latest NWEA scores project that 91% of our students will pass Math ISTEP this school year. Opportunities for students include Spell Bowl, Recycling Club, Chemistry Challenge Club, Student Council and Coding Club, just to name a few.

If you haven’t had a chance to visit Frontier Elementary lately, stop by and see us where we are Going Beyond the Frontier for Every Student, Every Day.

Frontier Jr-Sr High School Update

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Greetings from Frontier High Jr-Sr High School. I wanted to share some of the happenings going on at our school. The Frontier Success Program is up and running! Each Monday morning, we check student grades and identify students currently failing a class. Identified students are then directed to attend study sessions on Tuesday and Thursday after school. Tutoring and transportation is provided. We continue to see the number of students required to attend study sessions drop each grading period.

As we approach the second nine weeks, Frontier Jr-Sr High School will again embark on a Problem Based Learning program. All students will collaborate with a group to find a solution to a problem. Students will be required to listen, to speak, to write, to work with others and to present a relevant solution to an authentic audience. We feel it important to give students an opportunity to practice college and career skills, and in addition, to reinforce soft skills that employers are looking for.