Phoenix Flyer

Volumen 11, Edicion 14 - Marzo 8, 2018

Minutos de Mrs. Hutchins

Immersion Education – Teaching academic content in another language

Hello Fronteras Families!

Congratulations to our English Spelling Bee top finishers!

English Bee: 1st Place – Sophia Harper 2nd Place – Karina Elliott 3rd Place – Lucia Davidson

Congratulations to all of our Spanish Spelling Bee contestants!

Spanish Bee: 1st Place - Ryan McCrossin (Houston High) 2nd Place - Sage Price (Government Hill) 3rd Place - Lewis Price (Government Hill)

A total of 31 Fronteras, Government Hill, Houston High and Colony High participated.

A giant THANK YOU to Sra. Cook, Srta. Pierce, Sra. Francisco, & Sr. Pantoja for taking the lead with these bees! Thank you to Sra. Hernandez for all of her assistance with the student dance! Your tireless support, energy, and creativity is GREATLY appreciated!

Have a fabulous spring break!

Most Sincerely,

Mrs. Hutchins

“There is nothing in the world so irresistibly contagious as laughter and good humor.”

Charles Dickens

2018 English Spelling Bee Winners!

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2018 Spanish Spelling Bee Winners!

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Important Dates To Remember!

  • March 9 - Work Day for Teachers (no school for students)
  • March 12-16 - Spring Break (no school)
  • April 6 - Early Release (students dismissed at 12:30)

Click on the link below for information on PEAKS testing in the MSBSD!

It's Cookie Time!

On March 26th there will be a table manned by Girl Scout troop #21 in front of Fronteras. If weather doesn't permit, the cookie table will be in the lobby of the school. Why seek out cookies when the cookies can come to you? Thank you for your support!
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JNYO Winners!

A huge congratulations to:

Kielee Backus won 4th in Alaska High Kick, and 1st in 1 Foot.

Hunter Moeller won 4th in the Wrist Carry.

Noah Bacon won 2nd in the Wrist Carry.

Vylet Sliwinski won 2nd in the 1-2 grade Stick Pull.

A special thanks to Mrs. Mead and Mrs. Shawn for their hard work in making an amazing banner.

We won the best Banner award voted on by all coaches and NYO officials!

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Just a little taste as to what our beloved monitors are up to each day! We love you, Mr. Charlie!

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Did You Know?

It takes an average of eight to ten hours for ships to pass through the three sets of locks that make up the Panama canal. The alternative, sailing around the continent of South America via Cape Horn, takes considerably longer. The cost, around $450,000 per ships passage, is also considerably cheaper than the cost of sailing around South America.