2017-18 School Supply List and Summer LA/ Math Packets

School Supply List

Supply List 2017-2018


Language Arts Packets

All Language Arts summer packets/ projects are due Friday, August 25, 2017. See your Language Arts teachers with questions; extra copies are below.

7th Grade

8th Grade


Math Packets

Geometry students enrolled in 830 Geometry, you have a Algebra review test tentatively scheduled for August 28, 2017. The following packet will help you to review. See your math teacher with questions.

Incoming 830 Summer Algebra Review Cover Letter

Incoming 830 Summer Algebra Review


Students enrolled in 710, 810, 715, and 930 have the following packets due on Wednesday, August 30, 2017. See your math teacher with questions.

Incoming 710_810_715_930 Summer Math Packet Cover Letter

Incoming 710 Summer Review

Incoming 810 Summer Review

Incoming 715 Summer Review

Incoming 930 Students – Algebra Summer Review – Part 1

Incoming 930 Students – Algebra Summer Review – Part 2

Field Day

Field Day took place on Wednesday, May 31st at Frost. It was a great day full of fun and laughs- a perfect way to help us wrap up the year and celebrate all of the students accomplishments! Thank you to the PE department who organized this amazing day for all of us!

Career Day!

Career Day here at Frost! The students are learning what is like to be a firefighter, attorney, police officer, oral surgeon, entrepreneur and so many other careers and jobs! Thank you to our volunteers and thank you to the PE department for organizing another great career day!

Frost Supports Local PD and FD

Frost thanks our local fire and police departments for their heroic service! Our Spartans took the time during PE classes last week to make and sign banners that said, “To your family from ours-Frost Junior High thanks you for your service.” Thanks to the following departments: Hanover Park, Elk Grove Village, Schaumburg, and Hoffman Estates. Special thanks to Mrs. Czarnecki for facilitating this wonderful honor.

Frost Supports Mead Charity Walk

Frost donated $400 to benefit the Fisher House Foundation during the Mead JHS Charity Walk on Friday in honor of Mr. Hirshfeld- current Mead JHS science teacher and former Frost Spartan! Stay Frost Strong, Mr. Hirshfeld!

3, 2, 1….blastoff!

On Monday, May 22nd District 54 held it’s annual rocket launch! These Spartans participated and did a great job!


Interact Club Inducts New Members

On May 19th, the newest Spartan Interact members were inducted as Rotarian’s. Thanks to the Schaumburg AM Rotary Club for a wonderful induction ceremony for our Interact Club! Special thanks to Rotarians Lori Corrigan and Sharon Perry! After their induction, students planted trees outside of Frost! Way to be Frost Strong Spartans!

Project Unify Track Meet

On, Friday May 12th students in Project Unify participated in the annual track meet. More than 1,500 athletes, partners, coaches, parents and volunteers attended the annual District 54 Young Athletes/Club Unify Sports Day at Eisenhower Junior High School.

Club Unify is based at several District 54 schools and includes students with disabilities with their peers. The purpose of the program is to combine athletes and their peers together to practice sports skills, while fostering inclusiveness and respect at their schools.

The Young Athletes program is a sports play program for children ages 2 to 7 with intellectual disabilities, designed to introduce them to the world of sports. The benefits of the program include improvement not only physically and cognitively but also socially. This program also serves as an introduction for families to the resources and support available within Special Olympics.

Frost Alumni Receive Scholarships

Two Frost Alumni received scholarships from the Schaumburg Education Association (SEA) on May 22nd. Both Jackie A. and Sydney R. are pursuing careers in teaching! Congrats Spartans!


This spring, students in the Capital One Coders program spent 11 weeks working with software engineers from Capital One making their own app. The engineers worked with the students to teach them about coding and them helping them design and build their own Android app. On, Wednesday May 11th the students then shared out their apps with two other local schools who also had the opportunity to participate in this event.