Volumen 15, Edicion 11 - Febrero 4, 2022
Minutos de Sra. Hutchins
Hello Fronteras Families!
What a fabulous and busy start to February! Only four more weeks remain in Quarter 3! Please check iParent periodically to monitor your child’s success with turning in assignments and earning the scores you know your child is capable of.
Please check out the photos throughout the newsletter. We have captured some fun Fronteras moments!
The 100th day of school for grades 1st-8th is next Tuesday, February 8th. Check with your child’s teacher(s) for any special activities happening that day.
Below is calendar change information due to school days missed during the wind and ice storm, January 3rd-7th:
· February 24th & 25th are now REGULAR school days for students. These days are no longer Parent Conference & Professional Development days. Teachers will be reaching out with student-led conference information.
The updated calendar is posted on our website, as well as on the district website. Please note, our Fronteras calendar differs from the district calendar, in that May 6th is STILL a Professional Development day for Fronteras.
We hope everyone has a fantastic weekend!
"To appreciate the beauty of a snowflake, it is necessary to stand out in the cold.” - Aristotle
Morning Drop-Off Safety Requirements!
- STUDENTS MUST STAY IN PARENT VEHICLE UNTIL STAFF ARE PRESENT AT FRONT DOOR
- VEHICLES MUST PULL ALL THE WAY FORWARD
- PARENTS MAY NOT GET OUT OF VEHICLE AT SIDEWALK – PARK IN THE PARKING LOT INSTEAD
- STUDENTS MUST BE READY TO EXIT VEHICLE AT SIDEWALK – DO NOT DELAY OTHER PARENTS
- SCHOOL DOORS CLOSE AT 8:00AM – STUDENTS MUST RING DOORBELL WHEN ARRIVING AFTER 8:00AM
- PLEASE DRIVE SLOWLY, USE BLINKER WHEN NECESSARY, AND BE AWARE OF SURROUNDINGS
THANK YOU FOR YOUR PROMPT ATTENTION!
February APC Board Meeting!
Please join us via Zoom on Tuesday, February 8th
Topic: February 2022 Fronteras APC Board Meeting
Time: Feb 8, 2022 06:00 PM Alaska
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 891 8522 8871
*Note: Speakers must sign up before the meeting by emailing the Board Chair. Time is limited to two minutes per speaker. The Board Chair will respond to any questions at a later date via email. Matters will not be discussed or voted on at the meeting.
Show Us Your Spanish!
Hey Fronteras Families – by enrolling your child(ren) at Fronteras, you are giving them the gift of a second language. We want to celebrate your dedication and commitment!
We hope you will show us how you support language acquisition at home! Send us photos and stories of the clever ways you as a family are learning Spanish together! Email your photos and/or stories to Miss Kami at: email@example.com and she will include in our newsletters! Thank you for choosing Fronteras!
January and February Birthdays!
2021-2022 Middle School Wrestling Team!
We are so proud and want to shout out our CONGRATULATIONS to 5th grade student, Savvy Hacker, for her success at the All American Invitational gymnastics competition last Friday in Washington State. Savvy earned 1st place All Around and her team earned 2nd place in the senior division! Way to go Savvy!
A giant shout out to 5th grade student, Madilyn Thomas, for a super successful gymnastics competition last weekend! Madilyn competed in the Simone Biles Invitational in Houston, Texas and earned a 1st place on bars and a 2nd place on vault! Woo Hoo and CONGRATULATIONS! So proud of you Madilyn! Pictured with Madilyn is Olympic Gold Medalist, Simone Biles.
Math Practice Pro!
Ryah shared her awesome Math practice with Sra. Hutchins!Bien trabajo Ryah!
Girls Just Want To Have Lunch!
All The Right Moves!
Sra. Hutchins contemplated her next move while playing chess with super talented Reagan Schachle. Unfortunately, her next move did not work in her favor.
Mr. Smooth Chess Player!
Who Wants to Play Chess?
Just Another Day In Spanish Tutoring!
4th & 5th Grade Happenings and Hoovervilles!
4th & 5th grade are reading Bud Not Buddy in ELA which is a historical fiction that takes place during the Great Depression. In the book the characters explore what is like to live in a Hooverville. The students designed and created their own Hoovervilles with the materials they had.
For The Love Of Lou!
Some very lucky kiddos spent time reading to and with yellow Labrador retriever, Louise (Lou), Thursday morning. Lou is training to be a therapy dog, and is under the supervision of Love on a Leash and Nose to the Grind, while earning her training hours.
Reading With A Bang!
Students check Mrs. Bang’s reading skills and give her some pointers on decoding and blending.