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Dine to Donate on 3/20/19

As part of our Happiness Month, Frost is raising funds for Feed my Starving Children by participating in a Dine 2 donate on Wednesday March 20th with Village Tavern Bar and Grill.  Simply dine in or out on Wednesday, show your flyer, and Frost will get 20% of the proceeds.  We will donate all funds to Feed My Starving Children.  Flyers are available in the Frost main office, in the Focus on Frost family email newsletter, as well as on our Facebook page.  We hope you will join us!

Yearbook orders due BEFORE spring break!!

One great way to preserve this year’s school memories is with a 2018-19 Robert Frost Junior High School yearbook! You can order your yearbook at our winter conferences or today at ybpay.lifetouch.com using our school yearbook ID code 13216219.

Food Drive Blitz- 3/15/19

Frost is having a one day event tomorrow, March 15th! A FOOD DRIVE BLITZ!

We are hoping to collect as many non-perishable items as possible. Please make sure that the items are not expired. Students can drop their items off on their way in to school in the morning- there will be tables right inside the front door. Let’s show our Frost Strong side and support members of our own community. All donations will be given to the School District 54 pantry. Thank you for your support!

Frost to participate in Feed My Starving Children event

As part of celebrating Happiness in the community, please consider joining Frost families and staff members at our Feed My Starving Children event on March 20 by signing up here.

A Message from the Principal- 3/4/19

Frost is excited to take a huge leap towards our school-wide focus to Find Your Strong as we join District 54 in celebrating the principles of positive psychology with a month-long celebration of happiness.  Each week this month, our Spartans will be celebrating a different group that brings them happiness: community, family/teachers, and each other.  This past Friday, we kicked off Happiness Month with a Happiness Pep Rally where each of these groups was on display: our Student Ambassadors put on an Orange Frog short skit to help our students better understand the power of positive psychology; our Interact Club presented a check from the Frost students to the St. Baldrick’s Foundation to benefit research on childhood cancer; our teachers presented Keys of Excellence to several of our students for their excellence in flexibility and balance; and our Spartan Pep Band entertained us with lively music.  During this month, our students will be engaging in several conscious acts of kindness, spreading kindness around our school community, and will engage in mindful moments to help them fully understand what positive psychology means to them.  Thanks to our Student Ambassadors who have already decorated Frost with inspirational messages, will be hosting a special Frost night at Feed My Starving Children, and will be facilitating several activities to spread kindness throughout the Frost community.  Our work with the principles of positive psychology this month is another great example of our efforts to create a school that is driven by our dual purposes of High Achievement and Positive Culture.  Please read below for more information about these goals.

 

High Achievement

 

End of Trimester 2 is this Friday, March 8.  Please talk with your child about completing all missing assignments before the conclusion of the trimester.  Reminder that report cards will be available online on March 20, 2019.

 

Spanish Speech Contest:  MacArthur School will host the annual District 54 Spanish Language Speech Contest on May 2. District 54 students in third through eighth grade are eligible to participate in this event. Contestants will be divided into two categories: Native speakers and Spanish as a second language. The application deadline is April 12. Click here to access the online application. If you have questions, contact Lucrecia Temoczuk at LucreciaTemoczuk@nullsd54.org or (847) 357-6666.

 

Eighth grade graduation:  We are pleased to announce that this year’s eighth grade graduation ceremony will take place on Thursday, May 30, 2019.  Graduation ceremony location and time will be determined at a later date.  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 30 will be the last day of attendance for our eighth grade students.  Please mark your calendars for this special evening.

 

Positive Culture

 

PTA: Please read below for important information from our wonderful PTA:

  • The Schaumburg Township Council of PTA’s is again offering the Elementary Summer Scholarship for K – 7th Grade Students.  Please see click on this link http://PTA.sd54.org for more information about the scholarship or see attached application in English  and Spanish  for all the details and deadlines.  If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to Lisa Reck – Frost PTA President at 847-921-3396.
  • Please join us for our next PTA meeting on March 12 at 7:00 PM in the Frost Lounge.
  • Please visit our Frost PTA website for other important PTA information Frost PTA.

 

Social Emotional Learning:  At school, we have been talking about Self-Regulation and Calming/Stress Management and would like to share ways you can continue the learning at home.  The following questions/scenarios can be completed any time.  Talking with your children will reinforce the social emotional life skills needed. We hope you enjoy the valuable discussions with your children!

  • Discuss the Happiness Advantage Principle Fulcrum and Lever.  How can it help you reach your goals even under stress?
  • What does it mean to be mindful? What is your plan to be mindful throughout the day?
  • What are stress management skills that work for you?
  • Practice meditating as a family.

 

Families invited to Multicultural Event March 16:  Schaumburg School District 54’s Department of Language and Culture is excited to be hosting our annual Multicultural Event in collaboration with the Schaumburg Park District on Saturday, March 16, 2019, at the Community Recreation Center (CRC). The purpose of the Multicultural Event is to celebrate the diverse cultures in District 54 and the surrounding communities. Students and their families have the opportunity to experience and showcase their cultures through performances, crafts, games, and food.  The event will take place at the Community Recreation Center from 11:30-2:30 p.m. The Community Recreation Center (CRC) is located at 505 Springinsguth Road, Schaumburg, IL 60194. Parking is available at the Schaumburg Park District and Hoover Elementary School. During this free event, students and families can participate in games, crafts, and activities that represent countries around the world. There will also be food available to purchase. Food vendors will accept cash.  For more information, please see the Multicultural Event Flyer 2019.  We look forward to seeing you at the Multicultural Event on March 16th!

 

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. There are two evening programs scheduled for March. Please note that child care is always available.

  • Tantrums: Solutions to Behavior Challenges – March 6:  Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor Meghan Reitz will discuss how you, as a parent, can help your children develop skills that will allow them to better regulate their emotions. Learn how to teach your child coping tools and healthier options to use when they become distressed. She will also address how parenting plays a role in tantrums and ways to adjust some of your parenting techniques. This event will take place from 6-7 p.m. Wednesday, March 6 at the District 54 Professional Learning Center, 522 E. Schaumburg Road, Schaumburg. Tantrums: Solutions to Behavior Challenges flyer
  • Fit Fam: How to Get the Whole Family Moving Together – March 13:  Rethink your idea of what exercise is! A workout doesn’t have to mean running laps or lifting weights. Exercise is leading an active lifestyle, which you can do with your kids, and you’ll be able to fit in more than you think. As a bonus, exercise with family will double as quality time. Let these creative ideas help you turn every day into an opportunity to get fit — and have fun — together. This event will take place from 6-7:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 13, at Lakeview Elementary School, 615 Lakeview Lane, Hoffman Estates. Fit Fam flyer

To register please visit the SPU Online Form or for more information, contact Meg Kwak at 847-357-6586 or spu@nullsd54.org. Leave your name, contact information, the number of children needing childcare (free) and your child’s school.

 

Feed My Starving Children:  As part of celebrating Happiness in the community, please consider joining Frost families and staff members at our Feed My Starving Children event on March 20 by signing up here.

 

Yearbook:  One great way to preserve this year’s school memories is with a 2018-19 Robert Frost Junior High School yearbook! You can order your yearbook at our winter conferences or today at ybpay.lifetouch.com using our school yearbook ID code 13216219.

 

Boys Volleyball begins their season on Monday, March 4 with tryouts.  They play on 3/19 vs. LP, 4/4 @ Keller, 4/8 vs. Ike, 4/9 @ Addams, 4/15 @ Mead, 4/16 vs. Keller, 4/18 @ Ike, 4/22 vs. Addams, 4/23 vs. Mead, 4/25 and 4/30 @ D54 Tournament.  Track and Field begins their season on Monday, 3/18.  Their meets will be on 4/18 vs. Keller, 4/23 vs. Mead/LP, 4/30 vs. Ike, 5/2 vs. Addams/LP, 5/13 @ D54 Conference meet @ Conant High School.  Please note that all track meets will be held at Eisenhower Junior High School.

 

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

 

Important upcoming dates:

  • Friday, 3/8:  PTA Auction
  • 3/23-3/31:  Spring Break
  • Tuesday, 4/2:  No school
  • 4/8-10:  Illinois Assessment of Readiness—Mathematics
  • 4/15-16:  Illinois Assessment of Readiness—ELA
  • Wednesday, May 1:  Half-day
  • Friday, May 17:  Eighth grade dance
  • Thursday, May 30:  Eighth grade graduation ceremony

 

Please visit our Frost JHS website for the building calendar para información de la escuela en español, favor de precionar bajo Hispanoparlantes .  Finally, don’t forget to “Like” us on Facebook at Facebook and follow us on Twitter at Twitter to stay updated with the latest news and information about the great things happening at Frost.  In addition, several of our teachers and staff members have Twitter and/or Instagram accounts that share our “Strong” at Frost every day—please follow our accounts to see what your children are up to at Frost by clicking on this link to find embedded links to specific staff members’ accounts! 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.

¡NOCHE FAMILIAR EN FROST!

Noche familiar para familias hispanoparlantes de Frost: Mañana miércoles, 27 de febrero de 6: 00-8: 00 pm en la biblioteca de Frost, la Sra. Juanita Pérez Basler, especialista en admisiones del Harper College, vendrá a hablar con ustedes y sus hijos sobre la importancia de la educación y de asistir a una universidad. Los temas que se tratarán serán los diferentes programas que se ofrecen en Harper College y comprender las diferencias entre una universidad comunitaria y una universidad.

¡Los esperamos!

A Message from the Principal- 2/19/19

It was great to see so many of our families at our winter conferences!  We truly value this time to connect with you and discuss your child’s recent successes as well as future goals.  Over the final few months of the school year, we will be having many conversations with your student related to their achievement and cultural goals.  We want to make sure students are continually pushing themselves to be better and are displaying determined commitment to the action steps that they created with their teachers so they are able to see success at the end of the school year.  If you were unable to attend conferences, please have your child go through their goal-setting conference on their Chromebook with you.  If you were unable to visit with a teacher, please call/email any of the teachers if you have any questions.  If you have any questions regarding your student’s instructional program, please do not hesitate to contact me.  Student goal-setting conferences are a critical part of our continual practice of accountability and celebration to ensure our students attain our school achievement goals for this school year.  Winter conferences are also a chance for us to recommit ourselves to the High Achievement and Positive Culture that we work hard to create every day at Frost.  Please read below for more information about these goals.

 

High Achievement

 

End of Trimester 2 is Friday, March 8.  Please talk with your child about completing all missing assignments before the conclusion of the trimester.  We will be working with students who have an excessive amount of missing assignments over the next week to ensure all work is completed and submitted before the close of the trimester.

 

Frost Spanish-Speaking Family Night:  On February 27 from 6:00-8:00 pm in the Frost LRC, Ms. Juanita Perez Basler, an admissions specialist from Harper College, will be coming to speak to our Spanish-speaking parents and students about the importance of education and attending a college.  Topics covered will be different programs that are offered at Harper College and understanding the differences between a community college versus a university.

 

Eighth grade graduation:  We are pleased to announce that this year’s eighth grade graduation ceremony will take place on Thursday, May 30, 2019.  Graduation ceremony location and time will be determined at a later date.  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 30 will be the last day of attendance for our eighth grade students.  Please mark your calendars for this special evening.

 

Positive Culture

 

PTA: Please read below for important information from our wonderful PTA:

  • Please join us for our next PTA meeting on March 12 at 7:00 PM in the Frost Lounge.
  • Please visit our Frost PTA website for other important PTA information Frost PTA.

 

Social Emotional Learning:  At school, we have been talking about Conflict Resolution and would like to share ways you can continue the learning at home.  The following questions/scenarios can be completed any time.  Talking with your children will reinforce the social emotional life skills needed. We hope you enjoy the valuable discussions with your children!

  • Discuss the Key of Flexibility.  How do you try something different when you realize what you’re doing is not working?
  • How can you identify conflict and be flexible when looking for a solution?
  • Think of time when you had an issue with a sibling, parent, or friend. How did you resolve it? How could you have resolved it better now having lived through it?

Two of your friends are arguing. What can you do to help them resolve it? How do you remain neutral?

 

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. There is an evening program scheduled for this week. Please note that child care is always available.

  • Family Engineering Night (STEM Night) – 6:30 – 8 p.m. on Feb. 19:  Using everyday materials, your family will become engineers who develop solutions to various challenges, build towers, and design an artistic robot. Team up to discover how STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) makes all of these things possible. Limited to 50 families.

This event will take place at the District 54 Professional Learning Center, 522 E. Schaumburg Road, Schaumburg. Please register by visiting https://goo.gl/TB49x7. For more information, contact Meg Kwak at 847-357-6586 or spu@nullsd54.org

 

Yearbook:  One great way to preserve this year’s school memories is with a 2018-19 Robert Frost Junior High School yearbook! You can order your yearbook at our winter conferences or today at ybpay.lifetouch.com using our school yearbook ID code 13216219.

 

District 54 Cold Weather Response Plan:  In order to help you better prepare for the severe cold weather and snow we often get during winters in our community, I wanted to share with you the District 54 Severe Cold Weather Response Plan. Though District 54 makes every effort to keep our schools open and operational, circumstances beyond our control oftentimes dictate school closings.

 

Girls Volleyball finishes their season on 2/21 vs. Addams and 2/25-2/28 @ D54 Conference Tournament.  Wrestling finishes their season on 2/21 @ Addams and 2/25-2/26 @ D54 Conference Tournament.

 

Boys Volleyball begins their season on Monday, March 4 with tryouts.  They play on 3/19 vs. LP, 4/4 @ Keller, 4/8 vs. Ike, 4/9 @ Addams, 4/15 @ Mead, 4/16 vs. Keller, 4/18 @ Ike, 4/22 vs. Addams, 4/23 vs. Mead, 4/25 and 4/30 @ D54 Tournament.  Track and Field begins their season on Monday, 4/1.  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.

 

Please encourage your child to get involved in these upcoming Frost Club offerings: GEMS, Sign Language Club, Mathletes, Club Unify, Pep Club, Game Club, Frost TV, Interact Club, Theater Club, Geography Bee, and Rube Goldberg.  Please visit our Frost Clubs and Activities page for more information about these clubs Frost Clubs .

 

Important upcoming dates:

  • Friday, 3/8:  PTA Auction
  • 3/23-3/31:  Spring Break
  • Tuesday, 4/2:  No school
  • 4/8-10:  Illinois Assessment of Readiness—Mathematics
  • 4/15-16:  Illinois Assessment of Readiness—ELA
  • Wednesday, May 1:  Half-day
  • Friday, May 17:  Eighth grade dance
  • Thursday, May 30:  Eighth grade graduation ceremony

 

Please visit our Frost JHS website for the building calendar para información de la escuela en español, favor de precionar bajo Hispanoparlantes .  Finally, don’t forget to “Like” us on Facebook at Facebook and follow us on Twitter at Twitter to stay updated with the latest news and information about the great things happening at Frost.  In addition, several of our teachers and staff members have Twitter and/or Instagram accounts that share our “Strong” at Frost every day—please follow our accounts to see what your children are up to at Frost by clicking on this link to find embedded links to specific staff members’ accounts! 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.

8th Grade Graduation to take place on 5/30/19

We are pleased to announce that this year’s eighth grade graduation ceremony will take place on Thursday, May 30, 2019.  Graduation ceremony location and time will be determined at a later date.  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 30 will be the last day of attendance for our eighth grade students.  Please mark your calendars for this special evening.  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.

Book Fair is coming!

Celebrate reading and writing at Frost:  During conference hours, we invite you to visit our “Celebrate Reading and Writing Book Fair” in the Frost LRC and experience a celebration of reading that provides families the opportunity to get involved in our LRC mission to encourage kids to read every day so they can lead better lives. We look forward to having you participate in our Book Fair!  All purchases benefit the students and teachers at Frost.  Please read below for important dates:

  • Book Fair online February 4-15 :  http://www.scholastic.com/bf/robertfrostbookfair
  • Book Fair at Frost February 14-15 (until the end of conferences)
    • Location: Frost LRC
    • During student goal-setting conferences:
      • Thursday, February 14 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm and 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
      • Friday, February 16 7:30 am -9:00 am
    • Enter for a chance to win free books:
      • Please enter through the front doors to pick up your raffle ticket.
      • One raffle ticket will be given to every Frost student who comes to winter conferences through the front door.
      • Winners will be drawn every 15 minutes.  Please stop by the LRC to find out if you won!

A Message from the Principal- 2/4/19

Last week, I had the privilege to present our mid-year School Improvement Plan reflection to Superintendent DuRoss and members of Cabinet.  I never tire of bragging about the fantastic work of the Frost students!  I have included a few of the highlights of my mid-year presentation below:

  • In our Academic goal, we celebrated the reading and mathematics growth of our students fall to winter as measured by our winter MAP assessments.  We also celebrated our 2018 PARCC results because this year’s results were the first time our results compared to the previous year’s results showed an increase in proficiency marks in both reading and math.  These two data points are evidence of our students continued efforts to Find Your Strong in the classroom.
  • In our Whole Child goal, we celebrated our students work during Wednesday Advocacy time where we learn about Social-Emotional Learning curriculum.  During two recent surveys, our staff’s feelings about Advocacy/SEL was overwhelmingly positive and a student survey indicated that over 90% of our students reported enjoying school and having a trusted adult at Frost.
  • In our Culture goal, our focus on positive psychology at work has allowed us to continue to evolve our work by growing, defending, and sustaining positive psychology at Frost; in particular, our new Happiness Team has worked with our staff to presented components of Big Potential to continue the momentum around positive psychology by establishing new traditions around happiness.

Our School Improvement Plan is the guiding document and a critical part of our continual practice of accountability and celebration to ensure our students attain our core purposes of High Achievement and Positive Culture that we work to create every day at Frost.  Please read below for more information about these goals.

 

High Achievement

 

Winter student goal-setting conferences:  We look forward to seeing you at our upcoming student goal-setting conferences on Thursday, February 14, and Friday, February 15.  Over the course of the next few weeks, our students will meet with their teachers to reflect on their High Achievement and Positive Culture goals for the school year.  We are proud of our students for taking the time to commit themselves to reflecting and refocusing on their goals and then sharing their reflections with you on February 14 and 15.  Through the facilitation of student goal-setting conferences, our goals are to encourage students to accept personal responsibility for their academic performance and social conduct, teach students the process of goal-setting, and to improve students’ organizational and oral communication skills and self-confidence.  Please see attached Conferences Letter to Parents 18-19.pdf  for details regarding our goal-setting conferences.

Celebrate reading and writing at Frost:  During conference hours, we invite you to visit our “Celebrate Reading and Writing Book Fair” in the Frost LRC and experience a celebration of reading that provides families the opportunity to get involved in our LRC mission to encourage kids to read every day so they can lead better lives. We look forward to having you participate in our Book Fair!  All purchases benefit the students and teachers at Frost.  Please read below for important dates:

  • Book Fair online February 4-15 :  http://www.scholastic.com/bf/robertfrostbookfair
  • Book Fair at Frost February 14-15 (until the end of conferences)
    • Location: Frost LRC
    • During student goal-setting conferences:
      • Thursday, February 14 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm and 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
      • Friday, February 16 7:30 am -9:00 am
    • Enter for a chance to win free books:
      • Please enter through the front doors to pick up your raffle ticket.
      • One raffle ticket will be given to every Frost student who comes to winter conferences through the front door.
      • Winners will be drawn every 15 minutes.  Please stop by the LRC to find out if you won!

5Essentials Survey:  We value your feedback!  Please consider taking the 5Essentials Parent Survey available online through Feb. 15 2019, at https://survey.5-essentials.org/Illinois.

Frost Spanish-Speaking Family Night:  On February 27 from 6:00-8:00 pm in the Frost LRC, Ms. Juanita Perez Basler, an admissions specialist from Harper College, will be coming to speak to our Spanish-speaking parents and students about the importance of education and attending a college.  Topics covered will be different programs that are offered at Harper College and understanding the differences between a community college versus a university.

 

Eighth grade graduation:  The date, time, and location of our 2019 Eighth Grade Graduation Ceremony will be set by the Board of Education shortly after spring break.  We will inform you as soon as the Board sets the ceremony details.  To prepare for the graduation ceremony, your student will be measured for their graduation gown coming up on February 6 during their PE/Health class.  Please look out for an order form/envelope that will be coming home with your child on that day!

 

Positive Culture

 

PTA: Please read below for important information from our wonderful PTA:

  • Reminder that the PTA Hot Lunch order forms for the third trimester our due ASAP.
  • Please join us for our next PTA meeting on February 12 at 7:00 PM in the Frost Lounge.
  • Please visit our Frost PTA website for other important PTA information Frost PTA.

 

Social Emotional Learning:  At school, we have been talking about Conflict Resolution and would like to share ways you can continue the learning at home.  The following questions/scenarios can be completed any time.  Talking with your children will reinforce the social emotional life skills needed. We hope you enjoy the valuable discussions with your children!

  • Discuss the Key of Flexibility.  How do you try something different when you realize what you’re doing is not working?
  • How can you identify conflict and be flexible when looking for a solution?
  • Think of time when you had an issue with a sibling, parent, or friend. How did you resolve it? How could you have resolved it better now having lived through it?
  • Two of your friends are arguing. What can you do to help them resolve it? How do you remain neutral?

 

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. There are two evening programs scheduled for February. Please note that child care is always available.

  • Don’t Try Harder, Try Different – 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. on Feb. 5:  Patrick B. McGrath, Ph.D., will talk through the seven themes of his stress management workbook. Learn how to recognize and challenge your thinking errors as well as learn about the Safety Seeking Behaviors that you often find yourself doing that keep you stuck in stress, even if you feel good doing those behaviors. Adults only.
  • Family Engineering Night (STEM Night) – 6:30 – 8 p.m. on Feb. 19:  Using everyday materials, your family will become engineers who develop solutions to various challenges, build towers, and design an artistic robot. Team up to discover how STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) makes all of these things possible. Limited to 50 families.

These events will take place at the District 54 Professional Learning Center, 522 E. Schaumburg Road, Schaumburg. Please register by visiting https://goo.gl/TB49x7. For more information, contact Meg Kwak at 847-357-6586 or spu@nullsd54.org

 

Yearbook:  One great way to preserve this year’s school memories is with a 2018-19 Robert Frost Junior High School yearbook! You can order your yearbook at our winter conferences or today at ybpay.lifetouch.com using our school yearbook ID code 13216219.

 

District 54 Cold Weather Response Plan:  In order to help you better prepare for the severe cold weather and snow we often get during winters in our community, I wanted to share with you the District 54 Severe Cold Weather Response Plan. Though District 54 makes every effort to keep our schools open and operational, circumstances beyond our control oftentimes dictate school closings.

 

Girls Volleyball plays on 2/4 @ Addams, 2/7 @ Mead, 2/11 vs. Keller, 2/12 @ Ike, 2/21 vs. Addams, 2/25-2/28 @ D54 Conference Tournament.  Wrestling grapples on 2/4 vs. Addams, 2/7 vs. Mead, 2/11 @ Keller, 2/12 vs. Ike, 2/21 @ Addams, 2/25-2/26 @ D54 Conference Tournament.

 

Please encourage your child to get involved in these upcoming Frost Club offerings: GEMS, Sign Language Club, Mathletes, Club Unify, Pep Club, Game Club, Frost TV, Interact Club, Theater Club, Geography Bee, and Rube Goldberg.  Please visit our Frost Clubs and Activities page for more information about these clubs Frost Clubs .

 

Important upcoming dates:

  • Tuesday, 2/12:  PTA meeting @ 7:00 pm
  • Thursday, 2/14-Friday 2/15:  Winter conferences
  • Monday, 2/18:  No school
  • Friday, 3/8:  PTA Auction
  • 3/23-3/31:  Spring Break
  • Tuesday, 4/2:  No school