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Frontier Academy strives to inspire excellence in all students through academic achievement, a sense of community, and citizenship.
Frontier Academy strives to inspire all students to reach their fullest potential in academic achievement, character development, and citizenship in a safe and innovative learning environment.
This will be achieved by engaging students in:
This will result in community leaders who possess a strong foundation of knowledge, with a life-long commitment to learning.
Local school boards are a uniquely American institution and at the heart of this country's public education system. A board's existence is based on the belief that lay control of public education makes schools flexible and responsive to the needs of the local community.
The Administrative Unit of Frontier Academy is the Executive Committee/Board, which is responsible for governing Frontier Academy (K-12). Its attention is necessarily directed to planning, evaluating, and policy-making. Their responsibilities cover many phases of the school program including employees, students, curriculum, finance and facilities. The Executive Committee is an eleven member group, made up of parents/guardians of students, community members and staff.
Serving as a Board member is one of the most challenging and rewarding jobs you will ever undertake. It also is an enormous responsibility. As a board member, the decisions you make will affect children and their parents, the livelihood of school employees and the economic well-being of the community. Service to a board requires time, energy, a willingness to learn about issues affecting your school, and a passion for a public Charter school education system committed to providing the best and most appropriate education for all children entrusted to its care.
To determine whether being a school board member is right for you, you'll want to consider the personal attributes needed to be an effective board member, and understand the responsibilities and duties of the position.
Immediate family members of faculty/staff may not be candidates for the Frontier Academy Executive Committee Board.
The job is demanding, but a very rewarding way to be involved in the education of our children & community. The Board will request interviews with applicants in January, to help make their decision. If you are interested in applying for the Board position, please CLICK HERE TO APPLY.
Thank You for your time and interest,
Frontier Academy Executive Committee