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7:50 a.m. to 3:20 p.m. Monday through Thursday
7:20 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday
7:30 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. Monday through Thursday
Frontier Academy's lunch is provided by District 6. Prices are as follows:
Breakfast: 1.50 per child (1.80 for any visiting adult) Reduced Breakfast (for those who qualify): Free K-5 Lunch: 2.55 per child (3.25 for any visiting adult) Reduced Lunch (for those who qualify): Free K-5
No breakfast served at secondary school. Lunch: 2.80 per student (3.25 for any visiting adult) Reduced Lunch: .40 for 6th-8th graders
No breakfast served at the secondary school. Lunch: 2.80 per student (3.25 for any visiting adult) Reduced Lunch: .40 for 9th-12th graders ALL MEALS INCLUDE A MILK. Purchase an extra milk or only milk the cost K-12 is .60 per carton. To find out more about District 6's food service program please click here: Food Service Program.
If you send check to school to pay for lunches please make sure to make them payable to District 6 & note your students name/s in the memo line. Parents may also pay for lunches online or view lunch menus
Click the following link to open the elementary student supply list. Elementary Supply List
After School Enrichment is available for all elementary students. Please email Mr. Stone
for enrollment information. The program runs Monday-Thursday from DriveLine until 6:00 p.m.
At this time, the Academy does not provide transportation to or from school.
View the Secondary Parking Lot Map/Rules.
View the Elementary Parking Lot Map/Rules.
Frontier Elementary School maintains a clothing bank for families to trade or pick up dress code clothes. The clothing bank also accepts donations of dress code clothes in good condition. For more information contact our K-3 administrative assistant.
Made up of eleven parents through elected positions ranging from two to four years in duration and the two Principals. The Executive Committee meets on the 1st Thursday every month at 6:00. The location alternates between the school campuses. The meetings are generally open to the Frontier public and the agenda is posted outside each school and on the website several days before each meeting.
Many clubs meet at Frontier elementary and secondary schools during the year. Look for specific registration information throughout the year in the newsletter.
Frontier has a full-time health clerk at the elementary school and the secondary school. The health clerk maintains student immunization records and assists with daily student health needs such as diabetes monitoring. The health clerk can be reached at 330-1780 (elementary) or 339-9153 (secondary).
Frontier Academy maintains two libraries, one for elementary students and the other at the secondary school. Kindergarten students may check out two books per visit; all other students may check out three items per visit. Books check out for two weeks, magazines check out for one week. Students with overdue books are not allowed to check out additional books until all items have been returned. Lost books must be paid in full before report cards are issued each quarter.
Each Monday (or whatever day is the first day of the school week), your elementary child(ren) will bring home a folder containing their recent school work, notes from the teachers and general school information or other announcements. This is the best method for keeping in touch with both your child’s progress and events at the elementary school. The secondary school does not have “Monday folders” but instead rely more on notifying students, email notifications to parents (sign up at our website today), the school website, newsletters (comes out every other Monday), and fliers which can be found on the counter in the front office.
The Organization of Parents and Teachers. All Frontier parents belong to this group. Both the elementary & secondary O.P.T.'s hold monthly, Tuesday evening meetings. Watch the newsletter for date and time reminders or check out the school calendar. Attending O.P.T. meetings not only counts toward your 4 hour a month per family volunteer commitment, it's also a great way to stay informed and to get involved.
The Frontier Wolverine Booster Club meets the first Monday evening of each month at 6:30 PM. This action-oriented group of parents, staff, and community members support all high school and middle school interscholastic athletics and activities including the performing arts. Get involved in the Booster Club by purchasing a membership, volunteering to help, or attending a meeting. Watch newsletter and calendar for dates and times.
A comprehensive school directory is published every October for the current school year. A directory form will be sent home at the beginning of the school year for families wishing to be included in the directory. The directory includes a business section for Frontier families who own businesses. If you'd like to advertise in the directory, please indicate so on the directory form or call Laura Chafin, Director of Development, at 330-1780 x 2007.
Frontier Academy follows the District 6 snow day decisions; if the District closes due to weather conditions, so will Frontier. Announcements are made on KFKA 1310 AM. If District 6 calls for a "late start" day during the school year Frontier Academy will also start late (9:30 am secondary and 10:00 am elementary).