FCC Affordable Connectivity Program The Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) was created by the FCC to help households struggling to pay for internet service. As part of that effort, the FCC is mobilizing people and organizations to help raise awareness about the ACP. Eligible households can enroll in the ACP through an approved provider by visiting www.ACPBenefit.org. Note: Households do NOT have to contain Tribal members to take advantage of the $75 subsidy. A household located on land the FCC deems as 'Tribal lands' is eligible for the larger subsidy.
After a long season of playing in snow, sleet and relentless winds the Frontier Lady Mustangs were rewarded with a beautiful day for golf that ended with them earning a trip back to the class 2A state tournament at Aqua Canyon in Guthrie on May 4th and 5th. Not only did the Lady Mustangs secure one of the six available team spots to the state tournament but Larissa Jefferson shot a score of 88 to bring home one of the four individual medals given to the field of nearly eighty golfers at the Rock Creek golf course in Sapulpa.
The choir competed at State competition Friday. The two women’s ensembles, the mixed ensemble, Allyson Boone solo, and Aidyn Neitzler solo, all received excellent ratings. Allen Brown received a superior on his solo. Congratulations students! Come support the choir and hear these talented singers this Thursday at 6pm in the cafeteria for a thirty minute recital.
Thank you to all of our volunteers who made today's Special Olympics Track Meet a success! What a great way to spend a Saturday! #BetterTogether
All events with times can be found on our school app and our school website www.frontierok.com. Please use those for the most current information as events are subject to change based on weather or other unforeseen issues. Please contact the sponsors /coaches/teachers of any activities you may have questions about. MONDAY, April 25, 2022 -Boys Golf Qualifier -MS/HS Track @ Covington-Douglas TUESDAY, April 26, 2022 -STATE TESTING 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, & 8th Grade -Girls Golf Regionals -Healthy Relationships Presentation for 7th-8th and 9th-12th -Keith Kuhn Memorial Mush Ball Tournament WEDNESDAY, April 27, 2022 -STATE TESTING 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, & 8th Grade -OBI Blood Drive THURSDAY, April 28, 2022 -Regional Baseball -Spring Concert FRIDAY, April 29, 2022 -Regional Baseball -5th/6th Gr. Dance SATURDAY, April 30, 2022 -Regional Baseball -Regional Track -Prom
Please join the Frontier Student Council at the Keith Kuhn Memorial Mush Ball Game on April 26 at 5:30 PM at the Otoe Battlefields. The baseball and softball teams will face off first and the winner will take on the FPS Faculty Team. Donations will be taken at the gate. There will be a concession stand available and prizes raffled off.
Our track athletes competed at Deer Creek-Lamont on Tuesday. Though the meet was cancelled halfway through due to weather, our competitors still managed to earn a few medals. Congratulations to all!
School Dance for 5th and 6th graders: Friday, April 29, 6PM-8PM.
There will be a Puberty/Hygiene Discussion for 4th and 5th grade students on Monday, April 25 with Nurse Whitney. Forms are being sent home today with students. Please return these by Friday if you DO NOT want your student to participate.
There will be a Puberty Presentation by the Ok Dept. of Health on April 25 for all 6th and 7th grade students. Forms are being sent home today with students. Please return these by Friday if you DO NOT want your student to participate.
Lady Mustangs with 1st place team medals along with individual medals from Addison Hayes, BJ Childs and Larissa Jefferson.
The Jana Potter Memorial Easter Egg hunt was a bit chilly but a great success! A huge thank you to Ashley and Kaelyn and all the volunteers for continuing this great tradition for the community.
Congratulations to the JH Lady Mustangs. They are the champions of the Crescent slow pitch softball tournament.
STATE TESTING TIP OF THE DAY 8. Debrief after the test After testing day has come and gone, talk with your child about his or her results and how he or she felt about the test. By discussing his or her answers, thought processes, and feelings, you can gain further insight into what he or she is struggling with and excelling at and then help him or her better prepare next time. Talking about testing can also help your child process the experience and overcome any anxiety that he or she might have had.
All events with times can be found on our school app and our school website www.frontierok.com. Please use those for the most current information as events are subject to change based on weather or other unforeseen issues. Please contact the sponsors /coaches/teachers of any activities you may have questions about. MONDAY, April 18, 2022 -Makeup Testing for 11th Gr. -JH/Varsity BB @ Pawnee -JH SB @ Blackwell TUESDAY, April 19, 2022 -HS Girls Golf Qualifier -HS/MS Track @ DCLA -JH SB vs. Garber WEDNESDAY, April 20, 2022 -STATE TESTING 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, & 8th Grade -Boys Golf @ Perry -2nd Grade Field Trip THURSDAY, April 21, 2022 -STATE TESTING 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, & 8th Grade -Varsity BB Districts -FFA @ Will Rodgers for Judging Contest FRIDAY, April 22, 2022 -STATE TESTING 5th & 8th Grade -State Testing Makeups 3rd-8th gr. -Varsity BB Districts -State Choir @ OBU SATURDAY, April 23, 2022 -FFA State Interscholastic Meet @ Stillwater -Special Olympics Regional Track Meet @ Frontier -Varsity BB Districts
Third grade did a fraction pizza day dinner complete with “candle-light.” They took their new knowledge outside today for an “eggs-traordinary” review!
STATE TEST TIP OF THE DAY 7. Keep testing in perspective No single test is that important. Avoid putting too much emphasis on your child’s test scores—doing so can make your child feel pressure that will ultimately only affect his or her performance negatively. It’s also important to not be upset by a single test score. Low test scores can occur for any number of reasons; it may have just been an off day for your child.
North Central Baseball Conference Tournament Schedule
Remember, no school tomorrow, Friday, April 15. Have a great Easter Weekend!
Our 2nd graders had an egg-cellent math review yesterday. The also were able to decorate cookies for their pen pal "Grandma" Karen.