Welcome to the Frontier Alternative Education website.

Mission statement:

Frontier Public Schools exists to enable students to become productive
citizens and leaders for the global community.  Tools and opportunities will
be provided to foster lifelong learners.  Additionally, Frontier Public
Schools will emphasize the importance of life skills to include
responsibility, respect, adaptability, teamwork and ethics.

 

Schedule: 

1st hour:  English

2nd hour:  Mathematics

3rd hour:  Science/lunch

4th hour:  lunch/Science

5th hour:  elective/plan

6th hour:  P.E./Social Studies

7th hour:  Social Studies/electives

 

Courses offered:

English I, II, III, IV

Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II

Environmental Science, Biology, Life Science 

Oklahoma History, World History, Government, U. S. History

Electives:  Geography, Economics, Cultural Studies, Botany, General Science, Chemistry, Personal and Finacial Literacy, Zoology, Anatomy/Physiology, General Mathematics, Pre-Algebra, Parenting/Child Development, Interior Design, Art History, Spanish, Healthy Living, Computer Applications, Psychology, Sociology, Life Skills, Career Studies/Tech. Ed., Physical Education, Boy's and Girl's Athletics

 

Alternative Education Teacher:

Mrs. Rhonda McCormick
email:  mccormickr@frontierok.com
phone:  580-723-4361
available:  12:50 PM to 1:40 PM 


Photos:

 

Heron Ramirez donating blood for the second time!

Lilly Adams getting ready to donate blood for the first time!

Lilly Adams giving a presentation to the class about Oprah Winfrey.

Ms. Shannon Andrews helping the alt. ed. students create a healthy "snowman" snack.

Students learning how to communicate using legos in their Surviving and Thriving FACS class.

Students enjoyed a meal of porkchops, rice, and salad, after setting the table.

Students raised money to by hams for Christmas baskets while working at the Frontier Halloween Carnival.

Students were "synergizing" at an activity in the lunchroom during homecoming week.

Students enjoyed a visit from Nono a native of Africa.  She shared with the students what her education experiences were like growing up in her home town.

Community Partners:

Otoe-Missouria Health Services, Oklahoma National Guard, Talking Leaves Job Corp/Tahlequah, Guthrie Job Corp, Ponca City Smart Start/United Way, Workforce Investment Act, Noble County Health Department, Oklahoma Parents as Teachers, Noble County Extension Agency, Oklahoma ASVAB, Northern Oklahoma Youth Services

 

 

  This year we are going to have a great adventure!