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Walk-a-thon Update

Frost community- thank you for such a positive response to supporting our 1st walk-a-thon! We are loving all of the stories and fundraising ideas- keep it going, remember our goal is $5000! It would be great if we could raise even more than that!

If you are going to be writing a check, please make the check payable to Frost Junior High so that we can make one big donation to the Ronald McDonald House charities. If you would like, in the memo line you can put “Walk-a-thon for  Ronald McDonald House charities”.

1st Annual Walk-A-Thon

This year Frost will host its first annual Walk-A-Thon to support the Ronald McDonald House charities. During the months of April and May students and staff will raise money and collect pop tabs to donate. Fundraising envelopes and more information about the Walk-A-Thon were sent home on 4/13/18- please ask your student to see this information. We have a school goal of raising $5000, any support you can provide to your student in helping them raise money would be great! It is our hope that this end of the year event will provide a positive and purposeful experience for our students and our staff. A philanthropic event like this can truly allow our Frost Strong side to shine; the more collaboration and effort we can put in will result in a greater impact made as well as lasting memories and lessons of kindness learned.

On Wednesday, May 23, 2018 students and staff will participate in the Walk-A-Thon in the morning and celebrate all of their efforts in the afternoon. The Ronald McDonald House Charities support families of children who have medical needs that require them to stay in the hospital. There are currently 5 Ronald McDonald houses in this Chicagoland Area. When families come to Ronald McDonald houses they are able to stay for free because of donations from fundraisers like Frost’s Walk-A-Thon. They are able to stay together, have a warm meal, do laundry, and be part of a supportive community during their challenging times. All money and pop tabs collected during fundraising will be donated directly to the Chicago and Northwest Indiana Ronald McDonald House charity chapter. The date of this year’s Walk-A-Thon also correlates with the national “Red Nose Day.” Red Nose Day is when comedians come together to raise money to benefit children. They do this by putting on a comedy show and being silly with red noses. We will be supporting Red Nose Day by wearing red noses and having fun as we support a fundraiser for children at the Ronald McDonald Houses.

If you have pop tabs you can donate please send them to school with your student. The Interact Club is collecting them to donate to Ronald McDonald House.

All Fundraising envelopes need to be turned in to your student’s homeroom teachers by Wednesday, May 16th at 7:30am. If your student raises at least $20 they will receive a Walk-A-T​hon t-shirt and have the chance to win other prizes!

 

Please let us know if you have any questions by emailing charleyshroyer@nullsd54.org ! Thank you for your support!

8th Grade Graduation 2018

We are pleased to announce that this year’s eighth grade graduation ceremony will take place on Thursday, May 24, 2018 starting at 8:45 pm at Conant High School.  Tickets will not be issued for the ceremony and seating is on a first come, first seated basis.  Please know that we always have enough room for all to attend.  Specific details related to the graduation ceremony will be sent to you via email and US mail in early May.  Also, please note that Thursday, May 24 will be the last day of attendance for our eighth grade students.  Please mark your calendars for this special evening.

Graduation requirements: Thank you for your continued support of your child’s academics. As we are into our third trimester, please continue to communicate with teachers and/or monitor grades online. As stated in School Board Policy, “Promotion and Retention of Students 6:280/6:280-AP: In order for eighth (8th) grade students to participate in the Graduation Ceremony, all academic assignments must be completed by the student and received by the teacher one (1) week prior to the ceremony” which is May 17, 2018.  We will continue to provide homework completion support for our students as we near the end of the school year.   In addition, extreme inappropriate behavior could also cause a student to be excluded from the graduation ceremony at the discretion of school administrators.

As always, if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.  Thank you for your continued support and commitment to ensuring your child’s educational success.

A Message from the Principal- 4/2/18

As we prepare ourselves for a “Frost Strong” finish to the school year, I hope our students were able to rest, recharge, and refocus during spring break.  On Friday, 3/23, we hosted our spring pep rally where we recognized the student-athletes from both wrestling and volleyball.  The pep rally also featured our Keys of Excellence winners and two staff members who received a special painted ceiling tile from students for inspiring them in an especially Frost Strong way.  Our students met our school-wide PBIS goal of reducing classroom referrals by 20 percent; as a reward, they got the chance to race a staff member of their choice in a hobbyhorse competition at the Pep Rally.  As usual, our wonderful Spartan Pep Band provided musical entertainment during the rally.  This coming Wednesday, 4/4, we will be hosting an assembly with a guest speaker to motivate us to finish the school year “Frost Strong”.  These two events during this critical time of the year are important as we continue to cultivate our skills to attain our school-wide goals of High Achievement and Positive Culture.  Please read below for more information about our school-wide goals.

High Achievement

PARCC: The PARCC assessment is coming up starting April 10.  We are excited to see our student’s efforts as they step up to apply all of their hard work by doing their “Frost Strong”-best on this upcoming assessment.  The PARCC assessment schedule for Frost is as follows:

  • Tuesday, April 10- Mathematics Unit 1
  • Wednesday, April 11 – Mathematics Unit 2
  • Thursday, April 12 – Mathematics Unit 3
  • Monday, April 16 – English Language Arts Unit 1
  • Tuesday, April 17 – English Language Arts Unit 2
  • Wednesday, April 18—English Language Arts Unit 3

All students will be taking their PARCC tests with their mathematics and language arts teachers.  During our testing sessions, we will keep the building quiet to ensure that all students can focus and give their full effort.  You can help your student do his/her best on the test by:

  • making sure, if possible, that your student attends school on the days of testing;
  • making sure your student gets a good night’s sleep the night before testing;
  • providing a nutritional breakfast on the mornings of testing;
  • reminding your student to ask the teacher questions if he/she does not understand the test direction;
  • letting your student know that you are confident in his/her ability to do his/her best;
  • advising your student not to worry about the test — just to do the best he/she can.

Test sessions will be throughout the school day during various times; subsequently, please be advised that there is a possibility that your child’s lunch period will be during a different time

Summer of 54:  This summer District 54 will continue to offer opportunities to our students through the Summer STEM Academy and Camp Creative.   Registration is available digitally through Parent Portal, but we are aware that parents often prefer to register at their base school.  Attached are a paper registration form along a brochure outlining the 2018 opportunities that are available for students to participate:Summer Camp Registration Summer of 54 Camp Brochure .  The registration cost for Summer STEM is $45.00 and $50.00 for Camp Creative with checks being made payable to Schaumburg School District 54.

To help support your child with homework and classroom performance, please use our Infinite Campus Parent Portal and Frost Homework Website.  For information on how to navigate these two tools, please click on this link: School Supports

Positive Culture

PTA:  Please read below for important information from our fantastic PTA.

  • Frost PTA needs your help!  We are looking for parents willing to volunteer for officer and/committee chair positions for the 2018-2019 school year.  Please see attached for a list of positions and committees: 2018-19 PTA Positions   If you are interested in being considered for any of these positions, please contact me directly.
  • Please see attached for the STC Elementary Scholarship cover letter and application: STC Scholarship Cover STC Scholarship Application
  • A BIG thank you to the following PTA volunteers who gave up their lunch hour to come and serve our students hot lunches at Frost: Donna Hall, Dawn Dobner, Maureen Brennan, Hyun Song, Iveta Keprdova, Traci Garcia, Yukako Barcomb, Mark Trinka, Emiliee An, and Charlotte DeVito, and Iveta Keprdova.  PTA Hot Lunch is looking for more volunteers!  If you are interested in volunteering, please sign up to serve PTA Hot Lunch by simply visiting this site and submitting your desired time: www.SignUpGenius.com/go/4090D4AA9AB2DA4F85-volunteer.
  • Please join us for our next PTA meeting on April 24 at 7:00 PM in the Frost Lounge.  Please visit our Frost PTA website for other important PTA information Frost PTA.

Schaumburg Parent University (SPU) is designed to involve more parents in the life of the school, to strengthen family relationships, and to improve parenting skills that will ultimately result in improved student success academically, socially and emotionally.

  • Navigating ADHD: Training and Support for Parents – April 11:  This event is for adults only. Dr. Michael Feld is nationally known in child and adolescent psychology with expertise in Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Dr. Feld will discuss best practices for parenting children and adolescents with ADHD. As always, Dr. Feld will answer questions and reflect on personal anecdotes in his easy going and humorous style. This event will take place from 6 to 7 p.m. on April 11 at the District 54 Board Room, 524 E. Schaumburg Road, Schaumburg.
  • A Girl’s Purpose Workshop – April 25: This class is for mothers and fifth- to eighth-grade girls. We will chat, laugh, ask questions and learn about tools for a healthy, strong, emotionally balanced life. Chat session first, then you will make two essential oil roller bottles to take home. We will end the workshop with a powerful and calming yoga session catered just for you. The cost for the essential oils activity and yoga is $15 per person. This event will take place from 6 to 8 p.m. on April 25 at the District 54 Professional Learning Center, 522 E. Schaumburg Road, Schaumburg.
  • Summer Camp Expo – May 1: This event is for parents and students, but childcare is also available. Visit tables to learn about the various summer camps and programs available in Schaumburg Township and the surrounding area. Programs and agencies attending the expo will be listed at http://sd54.org/spu. This event will take place from 6 to 7:30 p.m. on May 1 at the Professional Learning Center, 522 East Schaumburg Road, Schaumburg.

To register, contact Meg Kwak at (847) 357-6586 or spu@nullsd54.org. Leave your name, contact information, the number of children requiring childcare and the name of your child’s school. If you represent an agency in the area and would like to reserve a booth at the Summer Camp Expo, please contact Meagan Kasper at (847) 357-5027 or meagankasper@nullsd54.org.

District 54 Education Foundation:  Join the District 54 Education Foundation for our 21st annual golf outing on Monday, June 11 and make a difference in the lives of District 54 students.  The golf outing at the Schaumburg Golf Club is the Foundation’s largest fundraising event. All proceeds support District 54 breakfast programs, STEM after-school clubs and grants for students from financially struggling households.  Please consider supporting District 54 children by becoming an event sponsor, volunteering at our outing or golfing. We are also looking for items for our silent auction, as well as gift cards from local businesses to award as prizes.  Visit www.d54foundation.org/golf-outing to sponsor, register or for more information.

Career Day:  On Wednesday, May 30, we will be hosting our third annual “Career Day” here at Frost.  On this day, our 7th grade students will be hearing several presentations from various professionals talking about their careers including how their work as a junior high school student prepared them for their job.  We are looking for parents and community members who are willing to come to Frost on this day to speak with our students.  We are hosting two sessions.  The morning session is 8:30-10:30 am.  The afternoon session is from 11:30 am-1:30 pm.  A complimentary lunch will be provided for all of our presenters to thank them for taking the time to talk to our students about their professions.  If you are interested in presenting to our students at our Career Day, please contact Mrs. Czarnecki at joanczarnecki@nullsd54.org or 847-357-2136.

Track and Field runs 4/17, 4/23, 4/26, 5/1, and 5/14.  All track and field meets are held at Eisenhower Junior High School.

Wacky Wednesdays are a fun way to lighten the mood as we come up on the end of the school year.  Our upcoming Wacky Wednesdays are Blue and Gold Day on 4/4 and Twin Day on 4/11!

Please encourage your child to get involved in these upcoming Frost Club offerings:  Frost TV, Game Club, GEMS, History Club, Geography Club, Club Unify, Art Club, and Interact Club.  Please visit our Frost Clubs and Activities page for more information about our upcoming clubs Frost Clubs .

Important upcoming dates:

  • Monday, April 2  School resumes
  • April 10-12  PARCC Math
  • April 16-18  PARCC Reading
  • Thursday, April 19  ISA
  • Tuesday, May 16  Orchestra and Chorus concert
  • Wednesday, ,May 17  Band concert
  • Friday, May 18  Eighth grade dance
  • Monday, May 28  No school

The date, time, and location for the eighth grade graduation ceremony will be officially announced by the board of education soon.  The eighth grade dance has been set for Friday, May 18.  Invitations for this special evening are being mailed home this week.

Please visit our Frost JHS website for the building calendar https://frost.sd54.org/ para información de la escuela en español, favor de precionar bajo https://frost.sd54.org/hispanoparlantes/.  Finally, don’t forget to “Like” us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/frostspartans and follow us on Twitter atwww.twitter.com/frostspartans to stay updated with the latest news and information about the great things happening at Frost.  As always, if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.  Thank you for your continued support and commitment to ensuring your child’s educational success.

Wacky Wednesday Winners

four students holding inflatable taco

Ms. Duran’s homeroom is the winner of the first Wacky Wednesday this year! They got to sign the traveling trophy!

March Movie Night is the 21st!

Wednesday, March 21 from 3:30-6:30pm is the March movie night.  Come out and watch The Sandlot at Frost. The cost to enter- Chapstick!  We are collecting Chapstick to support our local shelters.  You must have a permission slip signed and returned to Mrs. Czarnecki in order to participate. See Mrs. Czarnecki in the gymnasium with questions.

Mrs. Barrick wins award!

On Friday, March 9, 2018 our very own Mrs. Barrick was awarded with the “Ensuring Student Success” Award from District 54. She was chosen as the classroom teacher of the year who displayed the above and beyond qualities of making sure our students succeed. She will be honored at a formal dinner on May 10th and will also be nominated for an award through the Illinois State Board of Education. We are so proud of Mrs. Barrick, you are very deserving of this award- Congratulations!

woman posing in front of cake

Mrs. Barrick wins the Ensuring Student Success Award!

Rube Goldberg Competition

On Saturday, February 24th, students from Frost Junior High represented us at the Rube Goldberg competition!  They brought home a 3rd place trophy for their design! Congrats Spartans, way to be Frost Strong!

6 children standing around a rube goldberg machine

Frost students with their Rube Goldberg machine at the competition at Schaumburg High School.

6 children holding awards

Frost students brought home a third place trophy in the Rube Goldberg competition.

PTA Scholarship- 2018

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2018 Cover

The PTA is offering scholarships for our students to summer programs/ camps. Please find the applications below and contact our Front Office at 847-357-6800 for a copy.

Information About the 2018 Summer Scholarship

Application for the 2018 Summer Scholarship

A Message from the Principal- 3/11/18

On Wednesday, our students participated in their final Frost Strong Camp of the school year. Each of the camps held throughout the year centered on the Quantum Learning “Keys of Excellence”. Students participated in activities that illustrated each Key and then discussed how they could apply that Key to their own lives. The focus of the final camp was commitment, flexibility and balance.  For the commitment activity, students were asked to solve puzzles together in an “Escape Room” format. We were impressed with how our students stuck with it until the end to figure out how to escape!  For the flexibility activity, students had to see how quickly they could get several random objects around a circle of students.  It required a ton of teamwork and “outside the box” thinking, but by the end, the students were competing for the fastest time in the school!  For the balance activity, students first took a survey to find out what they are passionate about in life.  They then set up a game plan to be schedule time for them to pursue what makes them passionate.  After completing each activity, the students personally reflected on how this activity helped them think about that specific Quantum Learning Key.  Frost Strong Camp is a great chance for us to focus on the critical attitudinal characteristics that help us attain our school-wide goals of High Achievement and Positive Culture.  Please read below for more information about these goals.

High Achievement

End of Trimester 2 was Friday, March 2.  The online report cards will be available for view, download, and print on the portal next week.

District 54 Spanish Speech Contest:  MacArthur School is hosting a Spanish Language Speech Contest from 8:30 a.m. to noon on May 3, 2018, for students in third through eighth grade. Application, speech drafts written by applicant himself/herself, and video recordings no more than 3 minutes (one video recording per participant) must arrive at MacArthur School by April 3. The maximum length for speech drafts is two pages. The finalists will be notified via mail by April 26. Please contact Ms. Lucrecia Temoczuk at lucreciatemoczuk@nullsd54.org or (847) 357-6666 with any questions. If your child is interested in participating, please complete the Spanish Speech Contest Application.  If you are unable to print the electronic form, paper forms can be picked up in your school office.  La escuela MacArthur será anfitrión este año del Concurso Anual de Oratoria el 3 de mayo 2018 de 8:30 AM a 12:00 PM. Los estudiantes de 3er a 8vo grado pueden participar.  Forma de inscripción, borrador del discurso escrito por el concursante, y una grabación de video de no más de 3 minutos (un video por participante) debe llegar a MacArthur School para el 3 de abril. El discurso debe ser de dos páginas. Los finalistas serán notificados por correo para el 26 de Abril. Por favor contacte a Lucrecia Temoczuk al lucreciatemoczuk@nullsd54.org o al siguiente numero (847) 357-6666 con preguntas. Si su hijo está interesado en participar, por favor complete el Formulario de Participación. Si no puede imprimir el formulario electrónico, hay copias disponibles en la oficina de su escuela.

The date, time, and location for the 8th grade graduation ceremony will be officially announced by the board of education around spring break.  More information to come!

Positive Culture

PTA:  Please read below for important information from our fantastic PTA.

  • Frost PTA is looking for some help for the 2018-2019 school year!  Please see attached for a list of positions and committee’s that need to be filled: Help Wanted adds for 2018-2019.docx
  • Please see attached for the STC Elementary Scholarship cover letter and application: 2018 Cover.docx Application 2018.doc
  • Thank you to the following Hot Lunch volunteers for coming to Frost over the lunch hours to serve hot lunch to our students: Donna Hall, Wendy Bobnick, Dawn Dobner, Maureen Brennan, Donna Porter, Emillie An, Nicole Garza, Iveta Keprdova, Mark Trinka, Traci Garcia, Lisa Bezilla, Cheryl Jancaric, Karen Silva, Rachit Siripromsbat, Traci Holian, Audrey Flechsig, Diane Tamunday, Charlotte DeVito, Tracy Olender, Hyun Song, and Yukako Barcomb.  PTA Hot Lunch is looking for more volunteers!  If you are interested in volunteering, please sign up to serve PTA Hot Lunch by simply visiting this site and submitting your desired time: www.SignUpGenius.com/go/4090D4AA9AB2DA4F85-volunteer.
  • Congratulations to two Frost students for their exemplary work submitted to the Reflections program!  There will be a reception honoring the Reflections students from PTA District 37 (which includes School District 54) on March 13, 2018.  And the winners, to move on to the State level of competition are:
    • In the Visual Arts Category:
      An, 8th grade student, for the title, That Which Falls Down
    • In Photography:
      Sarah, 8th grade student for the title The Transportation Twilight
  • Please join us for our next PTA meeting on April 24 at 7:00 PM in the Frost Lounge.  Please visit our Frost PTA website for other important PTA information Frost PTA.

District 54 Information to Planned Civic Protests: The school shooting in Parkland, Florida, last month has led to a number of planned student-led civic engagement efforts and protests, including school walkouts. We are currently aware of three nationwide dates for planned student walkouts.

  • March 14:  The Women’s March Youth Empower Walkout – Organizers are encouraging students to walk out of their schools at 10 a.m. and remain outside for 17 minutes to represent the 17 killed in Florida.
  • March 24:  March 4 Our Lives – This is taking place on a Saturday.
  • April 20:  National School Walkout – Organizers are encouraging students to walk out at 10 a.m. and not return to school that day.

With the large, peaceful protests at Schaumburg and Hoffman Estates High Schools in February, we anticipate that more junior high students may be interested in following suit. We support a student’s Constitutional right to peaceful assembly and free expression; and we applaud a child’s desire to make a difference and stand up for what they believe in.  As was stated in the letter sent to parents in February, our priorities continue to be keeping students safe and remaining focused on teaching and learning. On March 12, we will be sharing a lesson with all junior high students related to peaceful protests and the First Amendment. These are topics we regularly cover in junior high, and we feel it is important to address them at this time.  We know that many of our students are aware of these protests, but we have no indication at this time that any of our students plan to participate. We still do not encourage students leaving the school during the school day. However, should students walk out, we will not be issuing consequences as long as they behave appropriately. We will also be prepared to respond with supervision to keep them safeWe will have staff members stationed in the hallways and other common areas during this time period to ensure that the students who wish to engage in this activity have the time, space and opportunity to do so, while also making sure that it does not create safety issues or disrupt the learning and instruction for those who choose not to participate.  As always, please do not hesitate to contact me. Thank you for working with us to support our children.

El tiroteo escolar en Parkland, Florida, del mes pasado ha llevado a una serie de esfuerzos y protestas de participación cívica dirigidas por estudiantes, incluyendo caminatas escolares.  Actualmente estamos al tanto de tres fechas planificadas a nivel nacional para las para las caminatas estudiantiles.

  • 14 de marzo: La marcha de Mujeres: Juventud Empoderada: los organizadores están alentando a los estudiantes a que salgan de sus escuelas a las 10 a.m. y permanezcan afuera durante 17 minutos para representar a los 17 asesinados en Florida.
  • 24 de marzo: Marcha por Nuestras Vidas: esto se lleva a cabo un sábado.
  • 20 de abril: Huelga Nacional para las Caminatas Estudiantiles: los organizadores están alentando a los estudiantes a que salgan a las 10 a.m. y no regresen a la escuela ese día.

Basándonos en las grandes protestas pacíficas que se suscitaron el pasado mes de febrero en las Escuelas Superiores de Schaumburg y Hoffman Estates, anticipamos que más estudiantes de secundaria podrían estar interesados en seguir su ejemplo.  Apoyamos el derecho constitucional de los estudiantes a reunirse pacíficamente y a tener libre expresión; y aplaudimos el deseo los niños de hacer una diferencia y defender lo que ellos creen.  Como se indicó en la carta enviada a los padres en febrero, nuestras prioridades siguen siendo mantener a los estudiantes seguros y enfocados en la enseñanza y el aprendizaje.  El 12 de marzo, compartiremos una lección con todos los estudiantes de secundaria relacionados con las protestas pacíficas y la Primera Enmienda. Estos son temas que regularmente cubrimos en la secundaria, y creemos que es importante abordarlos en este momento.  Sabemos que muchos de nuestros estudiantes están al tanto de estas protestas, pero no tenemos ninguna indicación en este momento de que alguno de nuestros estudiantes planifique participar. Mantenemos nuestra posición y no alentamos a los estudiantes a abandonar la escuela durante el día escolar. Sin embargo, si los estudiantes se retiran, no emitiremos consecuencias siempre y cuando se comporten de una manera apropiada.  También estaremos preparados para responder con supervisión para mantenerlos a salvo. Tendremos miembros del personal estacionados en los pasillos y en otras áreas comunes durante este período de tiempo para garantizar que los estudiantes que deseen participar en esta actividad tengan el tiempo, el espacio y la oportunidad de hacerlo, mientras aseguramos de que no se crean problemas de seguridad o se interrumpe el aprendizaje y la enseñanza para los estudiantes que elijan no participar.  Como siempre, no dude en ponerse en contacto conmigo. Gracias por trabajar con nosotros para apoyar a nuestros estudiantes.

2017-18 Yearbook:  Have you purchased your yearbook for the 2017-18 school year?  If not do so today! Yearbooks can be purchased at: https://ybpay.lifetouch.com​ . Enter Frost’s school code:  13216218.  All yearbook orders must be placed by March 31, but do not wait!  There will be no extra yearbooks ordered, so if you do not order a yearbook before March 31 you will not be able to receive one. We do not want you to miss out on your chance to have a copy of this year’s memories! Questions? Contactjoanczarnecki@nullsd54.orgcharleyshroyer@nullsd54.org, or robertferguson@nullsd54.org.

Career Day:  On Wednesday, May 30, we will be hosting our third annual “Career Day” here at Frost.  On this day, our 7th grade students will be hearing several presentations from various professionals talking about their careers including how their work as a junior high school student prepared them for their job.  We are looking for parents and community members who are willing to come to Frost on this day to speak with our students.  We are hosting two sessions.  The morning session is 8:30-10:30 am.  The afternoon session is from 11:30 am-1:30 pm.  A complimentary lunch will be provided for all of our presenters to thank them for taking the time to talk to our students about their professions.  If you are interested in presenting to our students at our Career Day, please contact Mrs. Czarnecki at joanczarnecki@nullsd54.org or 847-357-2136.

Track and Field begins their season on Monday, 3/19.  If you child is interested, please have them get a permission slip from the cafeteria and ensure that they have a current physical on file.

Wacky Wednesdays are beginning on Wednesday, March 7!  Wacky Wednesdays are a fun way to lighten the mood as we come up on the end of the school year.  Our upcoming Wacky Wednesdays are St. Patrick’s/Green Day on 3/14 and Orange Out Day on 3/21!  Please click on this link for the schedule.

Please encourage your child to get involved in these upcoming Frost Club offerings:  Frost TV, Game Club, GEMS, History Club, Geography Club, Club Unify, Art Club, and Interact Club.  Please visit our Frost Clubs and Activities page for more information about our upcoming clubs Frost Clubs .

Important upcoming dates:

  • Tuesday, March 20  No school
  • Friday, March 23  Spring pep rally
  • Saturday, March 24 through Sunday, April 1  Spring break
  • Monday, April 2  School resumes
  • April 10-12  PARCC Reading
  • April 16-18  PARCC Math
  • April 19  ISA
  • May 18  Eighth grade dance

Please visit our Frost JHS website for the building calendar https://frost.sd54.org/ para información de la escuela en español, favor de precionar bajo https://frost.sd54.org/hispanoparlantes/.  Finally, don’t forget to “Like” us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/frostspartans and follow us on Twitter atwww.twitter.com/frostspartans to stay updated with the latest news and information about the great things happening at Frost.  As always, if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.  Thank you for your continued support and commitment to ensuring your child’s educational success.