Frontier News

March 2020

4th Annual KC STEM Fest - March 13th, 2020

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Thank you our amazing KCSF Sponsors & Partners!

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District Professional Development

On Friday, February 28th, Frontier Schools staff and administrators participated in a full day of Professional Development training to expand student learning alongside teacher growth. Professional Development provides teachers and administrators an opportunity to foster new skills and techniques that they can apply for the current and upcoming school year. This was another successful event in which staff walked away with motivation and encouragement to inspire their students.
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6th Annual Student Career Fairs at FSE & FSHS

The 6th Annual Student Career Fairs were held on February 6th for Frontier School of Excellence and February 21st for Frontier STEM High School. Approximately 650 students had the opportunity to interact with more than 25 local employers from the Kansas City area. Year after year, this continues to be an invaluable opportunity for high school students to learn about the vast and various career options available to them.

A huge shout out to all the employers and organizations that attended our event – our students learned so much from you!

For additional highlights, take a look at the news coverage from Fox 4 News.

FSE - February 6th

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FSHS - February 21st

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Campus Events

Paws for Reading

Paws for Reading is a highly anticipated and beloved activity that students and staff look forward to every first Friday of the month! Furry friend, Nala sits with students individually or in groups while students practice reading aloud. This creates a safe and inviting space for students to feel comfortable and at ease while improving their reading skills. Nala truly enjoys the company and hearing all the new interesting stories!
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Spark Day at Barkley

On February 6th, students from Frontier STEM High School had a great time at Barkley's Spark Day organized by The Brand Lab! This was an awesome opportunity for students who are interested in business and marketing to see first-hand what an internship would like in the industry.
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Come From Away

On February 13th, students from Frontier STEM High School experienced something pretty incredible when they were invited to attend, "Come From Away"; a Broadway Musical held at the Kansas City Music Hall. This was a great opportunity for students to experience art and culture.
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On February 27th, students from Frontier STEM High School attended a student outreach event hosted by The Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE) KC and partnered with University of Missouri-Kansas City's School of Engineering. Middle school and high school students from the Kansas City area were invited to participate in presentations, activities and workshops geared towards STEM related careers.
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Black Chamber of Commerce Visits FSE

On February 12th, the Black Chamber of Commerce of Greater Kansas City visited students at Frontier School of Excellence to share information about their organization. Students received first-hand information on how the Chamber supports Black-owned enterprises, while actively communicating their need to improve and strengthen their community.

FSE Visits MCC

On February 20th, students from Frontier School of Excellence visited the Metropolitan Community College – Kansas City for a campus tour. Students were guided throughout the campus before they had the opportunity to take a free Accuplacer test, a standardized placement test for incoming students, followed by lunch on campus while they reconnected with FSE alumni.
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Parent-Teacher Conferences

On February 14th, Frontier Schools held district-wide Parent-Teacher Conferences. Students along with their parents met with teachers on an individual basis to discuss student performance and ideas for improvement.
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Home Visits

Home visits continue to go strong at Frontier Schools. Teachers and school staff have visited approximately 702 students in 459 home visits since the start of the 2019-20 school year.

With our diverse student body, home visits are paramount in bridging cultural gaps that might exist. These visits also provide opportunities for staff to understand their students better by visiting them in their home environments. The goal is to foster a true partnership - with both students and their families.

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Staff Spotlight

Congratulations Mr. Ermek Djunshev of FSHS!

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Pre K & Kindergarten Open House!

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FSI Elementary - Family Night, March 3rd

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Frontier Schools - Campus Contact

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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.

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

Inclement Weather Procedure

During inclement weather, Frontier Schools will implement a school closing policy to ensure the safety of our students.

Students may be released early or classes may be canceled entirely due to inclement weather. Please be familiar with the following information sources in the event of school cancellations, early releases or late starts.

Channels of Communication:

1. School Website:

Please check your school’s website for information regarding school closings and other cancellations within minutes of a decision.

2. School Messenger:

Phone and optional voice/text messages are sent to school families when classes are cancelled, delayed or students are released early.

3. Social Media:
We will post information on the Frontier Schools District Facebook and Twitter page.

4. Radio & TV

Local stations share announcements on-air and on their websites.

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