On Thursday, Feb. 8th, we took 122 7th & 8th-grade girls to the University of Washington for their annual "Cultural Fest" presented by FIUTS, the Foundation for International Understanding Through Students. It was an exciting and educational day of exploring and learning about over 30 different cultures.
Friday night Frontier held its 9th annual Leadership Retreat. What started as a small gathering of students and staff to remember and honor those lost in the shooting, has turned into an annual event not only honoring and remembering the past but focusing on the future, growing leaders, remembering why we lead and choosing love through service and acts of kindness. We had leadership students from all three middle schools participate and high school students mentoring. Thank you to all the students, teachers, staff, parents and grandparents! who helped make this night possible again.
Jessica is THE ONLY student in the nation who participates in the NFL Fuel Up to Play 60 program that was chosen to go to the Super Bowl. The ONLY ONE out of thousands! She earned this once in a lifetime reward! Congratulations to our awesome program advisor Rita Gardner for bringing this program to Frontier and the entire district. This is an amazing accomplishment for Jessica and our Frontier family, who were able to host her Super Bowl send-off party last night! Check it out!
Frontier Middle School had a "Day On" rather than a day off in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Student volunteers from ASB, Leadership and AVID helped clean the Moses Lake Warming Center on 3rd Ave and also participated in a garbage pick up on the streets surrounding.
Time: 4 PM – 8 PM
Location: Cashmere High School, 329 Tigner Rd, Cashmere, WA 98815, USA
Time: 3:30 PM – 5:30 PM
Location: Frontier Middle School, 517 W 3rd Ave, Moses Lake, WA 98837, USA
Time: 4:30 PM – 7:30 PM
Location: Moses Lake High School, 803 Sharon Ave E, Moses Lake, WA 98837, USA
Facts & Numbers
- 0.9% Unexcused absence rate
- 15 Number of schools in our district
- 8,419 May 2016 Student Count
- 85% 2015 percentage of graduates enrolled in postsecondary education
- 437 Number of classroom teachers