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Creation Studio Club to create Podcasts!

Are you someone who gets into trouble for talking all the time in your classes?  Have you been told more than once class to be quiet in the classroom?  Have you sat in detention for excessive talking?  The Creation Studio Club WANTS YOU!

This is your opportunity to talk, talk, talk, and become famous for it—at least in the Frost community.  This opportunity will build skills that you can take into high school, college, and the workplace!

We will be recording a Podcasting show and are looking for Podcasters to host the show.

Spartan Scholars Podcast (SSP):  Podcasters will conduct interviews with other students, administrators, community members, authors on a variety of topics, read books and give book reviews, etc… Bring your creative ideas and make them a reality!

These Podcasts will be aired on YouTube!  Want to be famous?  Come to the Creation Studio Club on Tuesdays and Thursdays after school!

See Ms. Bostrom in the Creation Studio for permission slips.  Permission slips can also be found in the cafeteria

A Message from the Principal- 2/7/20

This week, students and staff had the opportunity to become Stronger Together through various curricular and extracurricular activities. Our 8th grade Language Arts and Science classes collaborated to produce “Shark Tank” presentations, and our Girls Volleyball and Wrestling teams continued working hard throughout their seasons. We are very excited to see everyone next week at our Winter Student Goal-Setting Conferences and showcase our students’ Frost Strong successes! Thank you all for your continued partnership to ensure student success through High Achievement and Positive Culture.

Please read below for more important information about upcoming events at Frost:

 

UPCOMING EVENTS

  • February 13: Winter Student Goal-Setting Conferences
  • February 14:  Winter Student Goal-Setting Conferences
  • February 17: President’s Day – No School
  • February 28: End of Second Trimester

 

WINTER STUDENT GOAL SETTING CONFERENCES

We look forward to seeing you at our upcoming student goal-setting conferences on Thursday, February 13, and Friday, February 14.  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. Through the facilitation of student goal-setting conferences, our goals are to encourage students to accept personal responsibility for their academic performance, teach students the process of goal-setting, and to improve students’ organization, oral communication skills, and self-confidence.  Please see attached Winter Conferences Letter to Parents 19-20.pdf ​​​​​​​ for details regarding our goal-setting conferences.

 

CELEBRATE READING AND WRITING AT FROST

Reading is the most important skill you can teach a child. Of all the skills children learn, it is the one you can influence the most. Giving kids access to good books and the opportunity to choose books will motivate them to read more. And like most acquired skills, the more kids practice reading, the better they’ll get. We invite you to visit our Scholastic Book Fair and experience a celebration of reading that provides families the opportunity to get involved in a universal mission: encouraging kids to read every day so they can lead better lives. Please make plans to visit our Book Fair:

Book Fair In-Person Shopping during conference hours:

Thursday:  February 13 12:00 to 4:00 PM and 5:00 to 8:00 PM

Friday:  February 14 from 7:30 to 9:30 AM

 

You can also SHOP ONLINE from by visiting: 

https://www.scholastic.com/bf/robertfrostbookfair

We look forward to having you participate in our Fair, and remember, all purchases benefit our school!

 

ILLINOIS 5ESSENTIALS SURVEY – WE GREATLY APPRECIATE YOUR FEEDBACK!

Once again we are reaching out to our families and asking you to participate in the annual Illinois 5Essentials Survey to provide us with your perspective and help guide our school improvement efforts. The parent survey will be available online through Feb. 14, 2020, at https://survey.5-essentials.org/Illinois.

For more information, click here to read the letter from Superintendent Andy DuRoss.

 

YEARBOOK ORDERS

Have you purchased your yearbook for the 2019-20 school year? If not do so today!

Yearbooks can be purchased at: https://ybpay.lifetouch.com

Enter Frost’s school code: 13216220

All yearbook orders must be placed by March 20, but do not wait! There will be no extra yearbooks ordered, so if you do not order a yearbook before March 20 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!

 

AFTER SCHOOL ACADEMIC SUPPORT

Students are highly encouraged to participate in after school academic support as needed. Please see the following content support schedule for your reference:

Monday – Language Arts

Tuesday – Math

Thursday – Science and Social Studies

Please contact your student’s teachers with any specific questions.

 

EIGHTH GRADE GRADUATION

The date, time, and location of our 2020 Eighth Grade Graduation Ceremony will be set by the Board of Education typically around spring break.  We will inform you as soon as the Board sets the ceremony details.

 

8TH GRADE YEAR END DANCE

Please save the date for our year end dance to celebrate our 8th Graders!  It will be held on Friday, May 15th from 6:30-8:30 at Frost Jr. High.  Forms and more detailed information will be coming out in the Spring!

 

PTA

The Frost PTA is looking for next year’s officers and committee members! Please consider volunteering to ensure student success at Frost!

  • Please join the Frost PTA by completing a 2019-2020 Membership Form.  The Frost PTA membership is just $8.00 so please consider joining our PTA to support our students! Forms are available in the Frost Main Office.
  • The next Frost PTA Hot Lunch form is due by March 18 and can be dropped off in the main office.
  • The Frost PTA is offering an extra hot lunch in March. See the attached Bonus Hot Lunch MAR.pdf  for details.
  • If you are interested in volunteering during Hot Lunch days, please contact Theresa: griffin.peace@nullgmail.com or 847.636.1981

 

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 Cold Weather Response Plan. Though District 54 makes every effort to keep our schools open and operational, circumstances beyond our control often times dictate school closings.

 

REMINDERS FROM THE NURSE:

This letter is to inform you of symptoms of conjunctivitis. This is commonly known as “PINK EYE.”

  • Symptoms may include:
    * Itchy, burning, watery eyes
    * Sensitivity to light
    * Clear to pus-like discharge from the eye
    * Crusted or sealed eye lids upon awakening
    * Redness of the white lining of the eye
  • Diagnosis:
    * Confirmed by health care provider
  • Causes
    * Conjunctivitis may be caused by a bacteria, virus, or allergen
    * Direct contact with an infected person
    * Indirect contact with contaminated surfaces or objects
  • Treatment
    * Consult healthcare provider
    * Eye medication may be prescribed depending on the cause
    * Medication should be given a minimum of 24 hours before returning to school
  • Prevention
    * Child should use own towel and wash cloth
    * Remind child to avoid touching/rubbing their eyes and wash hands frequently

If your child develops symptoms similar to those of conjunctivitis, please keep your child home from school, contact your healthcare provider, and inform the school nurse of a confirmed case. Remember that good hand washing is the number one way to prevent the spread of communicable disease.

As a reminder, a collection box from the Lions Club is located in the Frost Main Office for donations of eyeglasses. Please consider donating eyeglasses that are no longer needed today!

 

Please visit our Frost JHS Website for the building calendar.  Don’t forget to “Like” us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter to stay updated with the latest news and information about the great things happening at Frost. Para información en español, favor de visitar Hispanoparlantes.

District 54 Annual Spanish Speech Contest

Join the Annual Spanish Speech Contest!

Please fill out an application online by going to the link : https://forms.gle/feYq82crSJVhonY98 OR filling out the Spanish Speech Contest Application and returning it to school, along with a copy of the speech and the video of the speech (one video per participant).

The application deadline is April 10, 2020.

WINTER STUDENT GOAL SETTING CONFERENCES

We look forward to seeing you at our upcoming student goal-setting conferences on Thursday, February 13, and Friday, February 14.  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. Through the student goal-setting conferences process, our goals are to encourage students to accept personal responsibility for their academic performance, teach students the process of goal-setting, and to improve students’ organization, oral communication skills, and self-confidence.  Please see attached Winter Conferences Letter to Parents 19-20.pdf  for details regarding our goal-setting conferences.

A Message from the Principal- 1/31/20

This week, students and staff had the opportunity to become Stronger Together and participate in our Spartan Self-Care Celebration on Wednesday. This day was organized to celebrate student’s successful completion of their 21-Day Challenges to promote and sustain happiness. Frost students and staff will continue to build upon this positive work and showcase our Frost Strong character in all endeavors.  Thank you all for your continued partnership to ensure student success through High Achievement and Positive Culture.

 

Please read below for more important information about upcoming events at Frost:

UPCOMING EVENTS

  • February 13: Winter Student Goal-Setting Conferences,
  • February 14:  Winter Student Goal-Setting Conferences
  • February 17: President’s Day – No School
  • February 28: End of Second Trimester

 

WINTER STUDENT GOAL SETTING CONFERENCES

We look forward to seeing you at our upcoming student goal-setting conferences on Thursday, February 13, and Friday, February 14.  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. Through the facilitation of student goal-setting conferences, our goals are to encourage students to accept personal responsibility for their academic performance, teach students the process of goal-setting, and to improve students’ organization, oral communication skills, and self-confidence.  Please see attached Winter Conferences Letter to Parents 19-20.pdf  for details regarding our goal-setting conferences.

 

CELEBRATE READING AND WRITING AT FROST

Reading is the most important skill you can teach a child. Of all the skills children learn, it is the one you can influence the most. Giving kids access to good books and the opportunity to choose books will motivate them to read more. And like most acquired skills, the more kids practice reading, the better they’ll get. We invite you to visit our Scholastic Book Fair and experience a celebration of reading that provides families the opportunity to get involved in a universal mission: encouraging kids to read every day so they can lead better lives. Please make plans to visit our Book Fair:

 

Book Fair In-Person Shopping during conference hours:

Thursday:  February 13 12:00 to 4:00 PM and 5:00 to 8:00 PM

Friday:  February 14 from 7:30 to 9:30 AM

 

You can also SHOP ONLINE from by visiting: 

https://www.scholastic.com/bf/robertfrostbookfair

We look forward to having you participate in our Fair, and remember, all purchases benefit our school!

 

ILLINOIS 5ESSENTIALS SURVEY – WE GREATLY APPRECIATE YOUR FEEDBACK!

Once again we are reaching out to our families and asking you to participate in the annual Illinois 5Essentials Survey to provide us with your perspective and help guide our school improvement efforts. The parent survey will be available online through Feb. 14, 2020, at https://survey.5-essentials.org/Illinois.

For more information, click here to read the letter from Superintendent Andy DuRoss.

 

YEARBOOK ORDERS

Have you purchased your yearbook for the 2019-20 school year? If not do so today!

Yearbooks can be purchased at: https://ybpay.lifetouch.com

Enter Frost’s school code: 13216220

All yearbook orders must be placed by March 20, but do not wait! There will be no extra yearbooks ordered, so if you do not order a yearbook before March 20 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!

 

AFTER SCHOOL ACADEMIC SUPPORT

Students are highly encouraged to participate in after school academic support as needed. Please see the following content support schedule for your reference:

Monday – Language Arts

Tuesday – Math

Thursday – Science and Social Studies

Please contact your student’s teachers with any specific questions.

 

EIGHTH GRADE GRADUATION

The date, time, and location of our 2020 Eighth Grade Graduation Ceremony will be set by the Board of Education typically around spring break.  We will inform you as soon as the Board sets the ceremony details.

 

DISTRICT 211 NOTICE OF COURSE SELECTION FOR INCOMING FRESHMAN

On Friday, District 211 will be mailing the Notices of Student Course Selections to each incoming freshman. The notices indicate placement for core content areas and confirm elective choice selections.  If you have any questions please contact the representative below from your high school.

  • Conant High School Student Services:  (847)-755-3627
  • Schaumburg High School Student Services:  (847) 755-4630
  • Hoffman Estates High School Student Services:  (847)-755-5630

 

DISTRICT 211 INFORMATIONAL VIDEOS FOR EIGHTH GRADE FAMILIES

The latest informational video from District 211 details the Notice of Course Selections and briefly introduces summer school.  Please click on the link to view the video in English.  A Spanish version of the video will be made available in the near future.  Additionally, the video will be posted to Schaumburg, Hoffman Estates, and Conant High School’s Incoming Freshmen webpages.

 

PTA

The Frost PTA is looking for next year’s officers and committee members! Please consider volunteering to ensure student success at Frost!

  • Please join the Frost PTA by completing a 2019-2020 Membership Form.  The Frost PTA membership is just $8.00 so please consider joining our PTA to support our students! Forms are available in the Frost Main Office.
  • The next Frost PTA Hot Lunch form is due by March 18 and can be dropped off in the main office.
  • If you are interested in volunteering during Hot Lunch days, please contact Theresa: griffin.peace@nullgmail.com or 847.636.1981

 

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 Cold Weather Response Plan. Though District 54 makes every effort to keep our schools open and operational, circumstances beyond our control often times dictate school closings.

 

PTA SUMMER SCHOLARSHIPS

One of the benefits of PTA membership is the Schaumburg Township Council of PTAs’ Summer Scholarships.  These scholarships are available for summer programs for District 54 students in Grades K- 7. You must be a PTA member at your child’s school to apply.

Applications and further information will be available in mid to late February.

 

REMINDERS FROM THE NURSE:

 

  • Once again we are pleased to have Smile Illinois-Mobile Dentists return to District 54.  The dental team will be coming on Thursday, March 5, 2020 and will provide exams, dental cleanings, fluoride treatments, and sealants.
  • The dental clinic for Frost Jr. High students will be held at Nerge Elementary School – 660 Woodfield Trail, Roselle.  **Parents must provide their own transportation for their child to the clinic.
  • Please complete the entire form, including payment information and remember to sign the dental form before sending it back to the school nurse.   Return it to the Frost Health Office by Friday, January 31, 2020 if you desire to have your child participate.  Thank you.
  • Please call the Frost School Nurse at (847) 357-6772 if you have any questions.

 

Please visit our Frost JHS Website for the building calendar.  Don’t forget to “Like” us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter to stay updated with the latest news and information about the great things happening at Frost. Para información en español, favor de visitar Hispanoparlantes.

CELEBRATE READING AND WRITING AT FROST

Reading is the most important skill you can teach a child. Of all the skills children learn, it is the one you can influence the most. Giving students access to good books and the opportunity to choose books will motivate them to read more frequently and like most acquired skills, the more students practice reading, the better they will become. We invite you to visit our Scholastic Book Fair and experience a celebration of reading that provides families the opportunity to get involved in a universal mission: encouraging kids to read every day so they can lead better lives. Please make plans to visit our Book Fair:

Book Fair In-Person Shopping during conference hours:

Thursday:  February 13 from 12:00 to 4:00 PM and 5:00 to 8:00 PM

Friday:  February 14 from 7:30 to 9:30 AM

You can also SHOP ONLINE by visiting: 

https://www.scholastic.com/bf/robertfrostbookfair

We look forward to having you participate in our Fair, and remember, all purchases benefit our school!

A Message from the Principal- 1/24/20

It was another great week at Frost! On Thursday, our 7th and 8th grade Student Ambassadors ventured to our District Office to represent Frost at a leadership workshop. They were able to obtain new skills and collaborate on ideas with other junior highs to improve our overall school and district. Our Girls Volleyball and Wrestling teams also began their seasons and are looking forward to success! We will continue to build upon this positive work and truly become Stronger Together in all endeavors. Thank you all for your continued partnership to ensure student success through High Achievement and Positive Culture.

Please read below for more important information about upcoming events at Frost:

 

UPCOMING EVENTS

  • January 29:  Half day for Staff Professional Development , students dismissed at 10:45 am
  • February 13: Winter Student Goal-Setting Conferences,
  • February 14:  Winter Student Goal-Setting Conferences
  • February 17: President’s Day – No School
  • February 28: End of Second Trimester

 

WINTER STUDENT GOAL SETTING CONFERENCES

We look forward to seeing you at our upcoming student goal-setting conferences on Thursday, February 13, and Friday, February 14.  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. Through the student goal-setting conferences process, our goals are to encourage students to accept personal responsibility for their academic performance, teach students the process of goal-setting, and to improve students’ organization, oral communication skills, and self-confidence.  Please see attached Winter Conferences Letter to Parents 19-20.pdf  for details regarding our goal-setting conferences.

 

CELEBRATE READING AND WRITING AT FROST

Reading is the most important skill you can teach a child. Of all the skills children learn, it is the one you can influence the most. Giving students access to good books and the opportunity to choose books will motivate them to read more frequently and like most acquired skills, the more students practice reading, the better they will become. We invite you to visit our Scholastic Book Fair and experience a celebration of reading that provides families the opportunity to get involved in a universal mission: encouraging kids to read every day so they can lead better lives. Please make plans to visit our Book Fair:

Book Fair In-Person Shopping during conference hours:

Thursday:  February 13 from 12:00 to 4:00 PM and 5:00 to 8:00 PM

Friday:  February 14 from 7:30 to 9:30 AM

You can also SHOP ONLINE by visiting: 

https://www.scholastic.com/bf/robertfrostbookfair

We look forward to having you participate in our Fair, and remember, all purchases benefit our school!

 

ILLINOIS 5ESSENTIALS SURVEY – WE GREATLY APPRECIATE YOUR FEEDBACK!

Once again we are reaching out to our families and asking you to participate in the annual Illinois 5Essentials Survey to provide us with your perspective and help guide our school improvement efforts. The parent survey will be available online through Feb. 14, 2020, at https://survey.5-essentials.org/Illinois.

For more information, click here to read the letter from Superintendent Andy DuRoss.

 

YEARBOOK ORDERS

Have you purchased your yearbook for the 2019-20 school year? If not do so today!

Yearbooks can be purchased at: https://ybpay.lifetouch.com

Enter Frost’s school code: 13216220

All yearbook orders must be placed by March 20, but do not wait! There will be no extra yearbooks ordered, so if you do not order a yearbook before March 20 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!

 

AFTER SCHOOL ACADEMIC SUPPORT

Students are highly encouraged to participate in after school academic support as needed. Please see the following content support schedule for your reference:

Monday – Language Arts

Tuesday – Math

Thursday – Science and Social Studies

Please contact your student’s teachers with any specific questions.

 

EIGHTH GRADE GRADUATION

The date, time, and location of our 2020 Eighth Grade Graduation Ceremony will be set by the Board of Education typically around spring break.  We will inform you as soon as the Board sets the ceremony details.

 

DISTRICT 211 INFORMATIONAL VIDEOS FOR EIGHTH GRADE FAMILIES

The latest informational video from District 211 details the Notice of Course Selections and briefly introduces summer school.  Please click on the link to view the video in English.  A Spanish version of the video will be made available in the near future.  Additionally, the video will be posted to Schaumburg, Hoffman Estates, and Conant High School’s Incoming Freshmen webpages.

 

PTA

The Frost PTA is looking for next year’s officers and committee members! Please consider volunteering to ensure student success at Frost!

  • Please join the Frost PTA by completing a 2019-2020 Membership Form.  The Frost PTA membership is just $8.00 so please consider joining our PTA to support our students! Forms are available in the Frost Main Office.
  • The next Frost PTA Hot Lunch form is due by March 18 and can be dropped off in the main office.
  • If you are interested in volunteering during Hot Lunch days, please contact Theresa: griffin.peace@nullgmail.com or 847.636.1981

 

SCHAUMBURG PARENT UNIVERSITY – JANUARY CLASSES

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. Please note that child care is always available.

Vaping: New Trends and Impact on our Youth – January 30

According to the American Lung Association, more than 3.6 million U.S. middle and high school students have reported using e-cigarettes in the past 30 days. This presentation will help parents learn more about the dangers of vaping/e-cigarettes and how to detect if your children are using them. Our presenters will also discuss how to talk to your children about drug use and how to help them quit these addictive products. For parents and their children (ages preteen and older). Presented in English and Spanish by the Elk Grove Village Police Dept. and Kenneth Young Center. This event will take place from 6:30-7:30 p.m. at the District 54 Professional Learning Center, 522 E. Schaumburg Road, Schaumburg (Door C1). Vaping flyer

To register please visit the SPU Online Form or for more information, contact Meg Kwak at 847-357-2154 or spu@nullsd54.org. Leave your name, contact information, the number of children needing childcare (free) and your child’s school.

 

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 Cold Weather Response Plan. Though District 54 makes every effort to keep our schools open and operational, circumstances beyond our control often times dictate school closings.

 

PTA SUMMER SCHOLARSHIPS

One of the benefits of PTA membership is the Schaumburg Township Council of PTAs’ Summer Scholarships.  These scholarships are available for summer programs for District 54 students in Grades K- 7. You must be a PTA member at your child’s school to apply.

Applications and further information will be available in mid to late February.

 

REMINDERS FROM THE NURSE:

  • Once again we are pleased to have Smile Illinois-Mobile Dentists return to District 54.  The dental team will be coming on Thursday, March 5, 2020 and will provide exams, dental cleanings, fluoride treatments, and sealants.
  • The dental clinic for Frost Jr. High students will be held at Nerge Elementary School – 660 Woodfield Trail, Roselle.  **Parents must provide their own transportation for their child to the clinic.
  • Please complete the entire form, including payment information and remember to sign the dental form before sending it back to the school nurse.   Return it to the Frost Health Office by Friday, January 31, 2020 if you desire to have your child participate.  Thank you.

Please call the Frost School Nurse at (847) 357-6772 if you have any questions.

Spirit Week 1/27-1/31

Join in the fun this week!

Monday: Pajama day
Tuesday: Decade day
Wednesday: Twin day
Thursday: College day
Friday: Sports day

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 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.

Get your Yearbook- NOW!

Have you purchased your yearbook for the 2019-20 school year? If not do so today!

Yearbooks can be purchased at: https://ybpay.lifetouch.com

Enter Frost’s school code: 13216220

All yearbook orders must be placed by March 20, but do not wait! There will be no extra yearbooks ordered, so if you do not order a yearbook before March 20 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!