FRONTIER EAGLE NEWS
A Note from the FMS Administrative Team
We are delighted with how smoothly our Eagles have transitioned into a new school year (and for many, into a brand new school)! Routines have quickly been established, and student engagement in learning has been evident in all of our classrooms. We are incredibly appreciative of all that you have done at home to help lay the groundwork for a successful year, even in what still feels like an abnormal time.
The staff is excited to open our doors to our FMS families on Thursday, September 9 for our annual open house. This will be an opportunity for families to visit classrooms, get to know their students' teachers, and become familiarized with the curriculum. In the article below, you will find more information regarding specific times and locations. We look forward to seeing you soon!
Dr. Laura Rowe, Principal
Mr. Kevin Kuehl, Assistant Principal (7th Grade)
Mr. Stan Johnson, Assistant Principal (8th Grade)
Open House - Thursday, September 9
5:30-5:55 PM - 7th grade team presentations:
- 7A will be located in the large gym.
- 7B will be located in the small gym.
- 7C will be located in the cafeteria.
- 7D will be located in the library.
5:55-6:15 PM - 7th grade teachers will available in their classrooms.
6:15-6:40 PM - 8th grade presentations:
- 8A will be located in the large gym.
- 8B will be located in the small gym.
- 8C will be located in the cafeteria.
- 8D will be located in the library.
6:40-7:00 PM- 8th grade teachers available in their classrooms
Explo and SPED teachers/case managers will be available in their classrooms throughout the evening.
PE teachers will be available in the main hallway.
PTSA will also be on hand to sell FMS spirit wear and provide opportunities for membership.
Counselors' Corner - Outside Agency Information
The content of several of the middle school programs offered in the WSD is intended to help students develop personal and social competencies in order to manage stress, make safe and healthy choices, and maintain positive relationships with others. For several years, the WSD has partnered with several community agencies specializing in providing students, families and educators with preventative education. Agency presenters are credentialed and coordinated through the WSD Administrative Office and are under the supervision of our school principals. Presentations are targeted towards specific grade levels, and lessons are delivered either in the classroom or virtually. The following is a list of community agencies and topics that are planned for the 2021-2022 school year.
7th Grade: Cyberbullying (2 lessons)
8th Grade: Healthy Relationships: Teen Dating Violence Prevention (3 lessons)
-Please note that these 8th grade lessons require written parent permission, which will be sent out 30 days before the presentations are scheduled.
The Child Center
The Body Safety Program
7th Grade: Sexual Harassment and Online Enticement Prevention (1 lesson)
-Please note that this 7th grade lesson requires written parent permission, which will be sent to parents 30 days before the presentations are scheduled.
EYES - Every Year, Every Student
7th Grade: Peer Pressure (1 lesson)
8th Grade: Self Injury (1 lesson)
If for any reason you object to your child’s participation in any of these educational programs or would like more information, please contact the student’s school counselor. For students whose parents opt out of any topic, the school will offer an alternative activity during the time of the presentation(s).
As the student population continues to grow, we all share responsibility for working together to facilitate our children’s personal and academic growth, and to ensure a culture of mutual respect and a safe school environment. We highly value your role as a partner in your child’s education and welcome your feedback at any time. Thank you.
Mrs. Julie Marion (filling in for Mrs. Deb Kerns), 7th Grade Counselor
Ms. Amy Koeln, 8th Grade Counselor
Updated Proof of Residency Needed
Starting with the 2021-2022 school year, all WSD schools will ask every current family to provide updated proof of residency to the school that serves the oldest child in the family. The documents will be collected from August 1 through October 31. A list of the approved documents can be accessed here. New enrollments will be required to provide full proof of residency documentation.
Provide current utility bill (water, sewer, electric, gas) within the last 30 days with matching mailing address and service address.
Provide current lease with all occupant names and utility bill (water, sewer, electric, gas) within the last 30 days. Utility bill mailing address and service address must match. If a lease transitions to month-to-month then provide the updated addendum. If it is a mobile home trailer and pad, then the lease for both should match. Leases should include all pages of the lease.
Residing with Someone Else:
Owner/Lessee should provide a lease, ALTA Settlement Statement, or Real Estate Tax Statement. Owner/Lessee should also provide a utility bill, valid photo ID, and notarized letter.
Parent/Guardian residing with someone else should provide a photo ID and Affidavit of Residency Form. Parent/Guardian residing with someone else should also provide official mail from a federal/state agency, current bank statement/loan statement, or utility bill.
All guardianship situations and documentation will need to be updated this year and annually.
If you have questions, please contact FMS's registrar, Mrs. Debbie Sethaler at email@example.com or 636.625.1026 ext. 33241.
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Frontier Middle School
Dr. Laura Rowe
Kevin Kuehl (7th Grade)
Stanley Johnson (8th Grade)
Deb Kerns (7th Grade)
Amy Koeln (8th Grade)
Jeff Yin (Educational Support Counselor)
School Resource Officer
Officer Patrick Budds