Frontier News

May 2020

Frontier Staff Appreciation

Congratulations to the 2019-20 Campus Teacher of the Year Winners:

  • Lori Edmonds, Frontier School of Innovation Elementary

  • Amber Smith, Frontier School of Innovation Middle

  • Dr. Ummuhan Geyik, Frontier STEM High School

  • Kyle Lawson, Frontier School of Excellence

Congratulations to the 2019-20 District Teacher of the Year:

  • Dr. Ummuhan Geyik, Frontier STEM High School

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Support Staff Winners

Congratulations to the 2019-20 Support Staff of the Year Winners:

  • Alma Velazquez, Frontier School of Innovation Elementary

  • Leah Frame, Frontier School of Innovation Middle

  • Kristin Mather, Frontier STEM High School

  • Lewis "Joey" Smith, Frontier School of Excellence

Virtual Instruction Continues

Week 4

Frontier Schools Virtual Instruction: Week 4

Week 5 - With Special Guests! Mayor Quinton Lucas & Author, W. Bruce Cameron

On Friday, April 24, Mayor Quinton Lucas joined a Zoom Classroom Session with 5th Graders at Frontier School of Innovation - Middle. Mayor Lucas answered questions and concerns of students.

On Monday, April 27th, NY Times best selling author, W. Bruce Cameron, participated in a virtual author’s visit via Zoom with Frontier STEM High School students. Cameron answered questions about his books, writing, screenplays, movie producing, etc.

Frontier Schools Weekly Virtual Instruction

A Special Message! Dr. Elizabeth Sanders, MU Charter School Liaison

A Message from Dr. Elizabeth Sanders


Meals on Wednesdays - 11:30am - 1:30pm

Frontier will continue to provide breakfast and lunch kits for the students enrolled in Frontier on Wednesdays between 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. See the flyer below for more information.

Click on the link to check out the Meal Menu for the month of May:

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Additional Resources for Parents and Students

  • With schools closing across the nation, many education companies have stepped forward and provided free or discounted online learning resources for students and educators. Frontier students are expected to complete their work provided by Frontier teachers first and then they may go to these useful online learning websites.

Social Work Department

During this new virtual reality for all of us, we wanted to make sure parents had a way to ask questions, seek support, and request guidance for mental health and other community resources. Our Social Work Department is here for you!

Frontier Parent Check-In Emergency Resources

IT Support

Dear Frontier Parents/Guardians;

Please fill out the form below to report IT related Issues you are having, and we will do our best to address it as soon as possible.

Report IT Problems

Campus Events

Book Donation

Shout out to Mrs. Mather of FSHS and Ms. Green of FSI Elementary for handing out complimentary books to every family during meal pick up!

Thank you to Turn the Page KC for their generous donation!

For more information, please visit click here.

Frontier in the News

FSHS & FSE KC Scholars Announced

KC Scholars recently announced 2019-20 scholarship recipients from Frontier STEM High School and Frontier School of Excellence. Congratulations students! Way to go!


  1. Efrain D
  2. Mahado H
  3. Madeline C
  4. Julio I
  5. Thuweiba J
  6. Sabrina L
  7. Ayde M
  8. Alejandro P
  9. Alan S
  10. Bahsan Y
  11. Rayan H


  1. Shi'La L
  2. Jenifer P
  3. Briana R
  4. Jason R
  5. Mariana N
  6. Osiris G
  7. Stephane M
  8. Yadhira P
  9. Quynh L
  10. Jerry L
  11. Jennifer L
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Frontier Schools Using 3D Printers to Create Face Shields for Medical Personnel

In reaction to the shortage of protective wear for medical personnel because of the COVID-19 pandemic, a small team of teachers at Frontier Schools is doing their part to help.

Mr. Azat Ovezov, Director of Science Curriculum, Shukru Kilic, Engineering Teacher, and Islam Kamilov, Computer Teacher, are working tirelessly in their homes with the school’s 3D printers to print and assemble face shields to donate.

Each shield takes about four hours to make and only costs about $1.00 in materials. Currently, they have produced 60 masks. The team is working with local hospitals, such as Truman Medical Center & St. Luke’s Hospital to arrange a donation of the shields while they continue to manufacture more shields inside their homes.

Currently, engineering teachers are also in the process of printing face mask straps. This will help individuals in the Kansas City area who will be heading back to work in the next few weeks.

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Frontier Schools Producing Face Shields – Univision Kansas City News

Las Escuelas Frontier reaccionaron a la falta de máscaras.

School Smart KC Awards Frontier Schools

School Smart KC recently announced initial awards from the COVID-19 Education Relief Fund. Awards focused on addressing key educational priorities, including support for vulnerable families and the need to address technology disparities for students.

Frontier Schools was awarded $74,400. Funding supported students by supplementing the purchase of 570 devices and 50 hotspots for students that are facing device and connectivity inequity at home.

Thank you School Smart KC for your generous donation to help eliminate some barriers in distance learning!

For more information, please visit

Frontier Stem High School US News Ranking

Frontier STEM High School is ranked 53rd in Missouri by US News. It was placed 66th last year. Congratulations to all staff, administrators, and students.

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The Greater Kansas City Science Fair Winner

Senior student, Rosa Hernandez, from Frontier STEM High School won the Gold Ribbon at The Greater Kansas City Science Fair. Her project was about Staphylococcus epidermidis resistance: A comparison of interventions to dysfunction a bacterium.

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FSHS State of the Art Innovation Lab

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Frontier Schools’ is building a modern, state-of-the-art Innovation Lab attached to the Frontier STEM High School.

This project-based approach is an essential part of immersive STEM education; it makes the experience real for the students. They will be able to conceive a project, be it a product or prototype, and follow the production process from conception to physical

reality. Students will understand the technology that powers their creations; both the

hardware and the software. The goal is to build a strong, authentic knowledge-based theory to applied skills in STEM education, ensuring Frontier’s high school graduates will

be prepared to enter collegiate level science, technology, engineering and mathematics

programs with the skills to succeed on day one.

You can help now by giving to our campaign! To donate, click here!

Note: All donations are tax-deductible and a donation receipt will be provided.