Volumen 12, Edicion 20 - Mayo 22, 2019
Minutos de Mrs. Hutchins
Immersion Education – Teaching academic content in another language
Hello Fronteras Families!
Wow, the year is actually over! We always wonder how it happens so quickly? It has been an honor and privilege to work with your children. Thank you for sharing them with us!
We had several awesome celebrations this week:
· On Monday, we hooted and hollered when 2nd grade student, Jack Hughes, was announced as the state finalist in the Doodle for Google Art contest! We are so proud of and excited for Jack!
· On Tuesday, we celebrated our 40 adorable Kindergarteners as they graduated to First Grade! That ceremony is one of the best events we hold! Great job Srta. Husmann & Sr. Onfray!
· On Wednesday, we applauded our 8th graders as they promoted out of Fronteras and onto high school! It’s such a special day for those students, as it launches them into their next big step in life!
· Today we will filled our campus with joy and laughter - the best way to end a successful school year! Thank you to everyone who volunteered their time to set up, take down, supervise activities, and prepare lunch! We could not offer such a fun Field Day without your help! And braving the cloudy & drizzly weather makes you even more wonderful! J
Wishing you a phenomenal summer break! We look forward to seeing you in August!
“A perfect summer day is when the sun is shining, the breeze is blowing, the birds are singing, and the lawn mower is broken.” – Said no man, ever. Just kidding! James Dent said it.
Happy Summer to Everyone!
Middle School built earthquake structures and tested them for science!
Field Day! HAVE A GREAT SUMMER!
This link button offers a number of district-wide summer programs in the Mat-Su serving several different needs!
Did You Know?
Algarrobo city in the Pacific coast of Chile is home to the world's largest swimming pool according to the Guinness Book of Records. With a length of 1,000 yards, an area of 20 acres and a maximum depth of 115- feet. It holds 66 million gallons of crystal clear seawater.
The pool was opened in December 2006 and it took five years of construction work with a cost of nearly 1 billion dollars and an annual maintenance cost of about 2 million.