Grab N Go Meals Summer Schedule

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Frontier will continue to provide FREE meals during the summer months to any child under the age of 18 in the Frontier School District. To have a Brown Bag Meal prepared for your child(ren), please contact Rhonda Morgan by email [email protected]  or text 765-490-6813 before 7 pm the evening before a Distribution Day. Once you have been added to the list, you do not need to call or email again. Meals will automatically be prepared and ready for you to pick up. If you are no longer wishing to participate in the Grab N Go program, please contact Rhonda Morgan to have your name(s) removed from the list. If you are wishing to sign up, please include parent name and contact number, child(ren) name and ages, and which location the meals will be picked up at.

Meals will be distributed on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays , 11:00 am-12:30 pm at the following locations :

  • Brookston Federated Church  
  • Brookston United Methodist Church 
  • Chalmers Community Church 

The week of May 25, 2020: Two breakfasts and Two lunches will be distributed Wednesday, May 27. Two breakfasts and two lunches will be distributed Friday, May 29. The months of June and July will follow the regular schedule with Two breakfasts and Two lunches being distributed on Mondays and Wednesdays and One breakfast and One lunch distributed on Fridays.

If you have any questions, please contact Rhonda Morgan, Food Service Director, at [email protected]  or text 765-490-6813 or Dan Sichting, Superintendent, at [email protected] or 219-984-5009.


A Guide to Learning at Home

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  • Set your Space – Find an area in your house where you can sit comfortably and focus. Make it separate from your relaxation space. Ideally away from a TV screen or other distractions.
  • Lessen Distractions – Harness your imagination and picture that you’re at school and not at home. Lock your phone away if you need to. Don’t be afraid to ask your parents to intervene.
  • Change It Up – You probably have a schedule for your lessons, but if things are becoming difficult to focus on, take a 5-minute break and come back to it.
  • Take Notes – Stuck in a webinar zoning out? Note taking keeps your mind engaged.
  • Journal It – Use a journal to track your progress or ask any questions you might want to ask your teacher about the work.
  • Plan Your Day – If you have one, follow the schedule provided by your school. If you just have a list of things to study, break it down into tasks and plan to do the hardest ones when you have the most energy.
  • Speak up and Ask for Help – When things get tough, don’t just push through it. Ask your parents, or reach out to your teacher.
  • Take Breaks – Get up once in a while. Have a snack.

Ways to Stay Active While at Home

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It can be tempting to want to sit around all day inside your house during this order to stay home. Daily exercise can help keep the immune system strong and can help manage stress and anxiety. It also feels great to get the wiggles out. Use these tips below to help move more in and around your house.

  • Take pre and post dinner walks
  • Have a dance party
  • Use TV commercials as movement breaks (Stand up and do jumping jacks or walk/run in place)
  • Have a weekly family sports night (Basketball, football, tennis, catch, etc)
  • Join a virtual run for charity
  • Do yard work
  • Walk the dog