The United States Department of Agriculture is once again providing free breakfast and lunch to students preschool through age 18 during June, 2021 and July, 2021. Parents should click on the following link to enroll and take the Summer Meals survey and enrollment form. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe-fqO2GItMRr2ZaNb01VX6ZsaALeuZ7UCsSPhVA7miP7YT9g/viewform?usp=sf_link
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Frontier School Corporation is looking for a daytime high school custodian. The position pays between $11 and $13 per hour depending on experience. The position is full time with benefits and paid leave. Visit www.frontierschoolsin.org and click on the Students and Staff link.
Students at Frontier School Corporation in Grades 3-8 had the highest passing percentage in both English/Language Arts and Math of any schools in White County.
Frontier School Corporation is now accepting applications for substitute bus drivers. Requirements include a completed application and background check, an active CDL, a 3 day pre-service class, CDL physical, driving permit with observation hours, actual driving hours as well as written test and driving test in addition to drug testing and other bus licensing requirements. Interested applicants would need to stop by the Frontier School Corporation Office at 126 E. Main Street in Chalmers, Indiana, for more information.
Reading is celebrated across the nation during the month of March. Frontier has many activities planned in our buildings, but you can also celebrate at home with your student. Here are some great ways to incorporate reading into the month of March, and beyond.
- Go Book Shopping. This can be done anywhere from Barnes & Noble, Amazon or the library. Ask friends, librarians and teachers for some great book recommendations.
- Get Comfortable. Designate a special spot in your house for reading. Fill it with pillows, blankets and books. It doesn’t have to be big.
- Set Aside Family Reading Time. It is a lot easier to get everyone reading if everyone is doing it together. Set aside a designated amount of time each night. This may include reading a book as a family or everyone reading on their own.
- Celebrate With a Movie. As a family you can choose a book that also has a movie. After you read the book together, you can all settle in and watch the movie together. You can even have a discussion about which one you thought was better and why.
After you complete registration for Round-Up, you will be contacted with a time for your child to attend. Kindergarten Readiness Testing Day will be held on April 13, 2021. Follow the link below to register your child. https://sites.google.com/…/frontier-online-kdg…/home
Frontier offers a developmental preschool with limited spots for age-appropriate peers. Frontier Elementary School Preschool registration for the 2021-22 school year will be open until March 19, 2021. Children must be 4 years old by August 1 in order to attend the Frontier program. In addition, area preschools from Brookston (Bright Beginnings) and Chalmers (Discovering Hands) will also present information and requirements about their respective programs. If you have questions or concerns, please call Frontier Elementary (219) 984-5438. Click the “Preschool Information” tab after following this link.
The Frontier Jr-Sr High School is one of five high schools in Indiana named in the final cohort of schools in the Rural Early College Network (RECN) administered by the University of Indianapolis Center of Excellence in Leadership of Learning (CELL).
The Rural Early College Network helps students earn college credit while they complete their high school education. Frontier Jr-Sr High School will receive $120,000 over three years as it works with the University of Indianapolis Center for Excellence in Leadership of Learning (CELL) and a mentor high school.