Frontier Charter NEWS

February 26, 2021

Dates to Remember

March 8-12th Spring Break

March 8th PSAT scores released

March 15th Beginning of fourth quarter

April 2nd Spending deadline for requisitions and reimbursements

Frontier's First EVER Talent Show 2021!

Students are invited to select a talent they are confident performing. Be sure to complete this form to be able to participate.

(click here for form)

Record your student's act (3 min. or less) with your phone, tablet, or PC.

Submissions are due March 26th.


If you need assistance or have questions please contact, Liz Hunt, hunt_elizabeth@asdk12.org 742-1186

Virtual Field Trip Opportunity

The Anchorage Museum is offering FREE virtual field trips. We need a minimum of 10 students to participate. Many Frontier students are studying space this year so we would like to put together a "Space and Place" field trip. If this is a success we will do more in the future. To learn more about Anchorage Museum's virtual k-12 field trips, click this link. https://www.anchoragemuseum.org/programs/for-educators/virtual-field-trips/

Please call or email Carli if you're interested in participating. 907-742-2940 hook_carli@asdk12.org

Steps To Your Future, Article

Our 20th article is available today. (click for article) Share freely with friends and family who might benefit.

Author Mari Jo Parks is a College and Career Coach. She helps students and parents get started on finding career pathways, educational opportunities including college, vocational schools, apprentice programs, information about financial aid and much more.

Alaska Performance Scholarship, Important Announcement

Feb. 26, 2021– To preserve student access to the Alaska Performance Scholarship (APS), and

at the direction of the Alaska Department of Law, the Alaska Commission on

Postsecondary Education (ACPE) will continue to administratively suspend the APS

testing requirements for Alaska’s 2021 high school graduates.


Please read the full announcement here.

ASD Family Survey

The School Climate and Connectedness Survey (SCCS) is especially for families with a student who attends one or more classes in either an ASD traditional school setting or ASD Virtual. Our district uses the data in strategic planning, evaluating programs, and improving community-school relationships both at the school and district level.


Click here for the Parent/Family Survey