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Kansas Army National Guard Invitational Brackets
Click below to download the Kansas Army National Guard Invitational Brackets.
Girls Bracket (Updated)
Boys Bracket (Updated)
2014-2015 Semester 1 Frontenac High School Honor Roll
ACT PREP One Day Workshop FHS will be offering an ACT TEST PREP CLASS on . Cost is $36 per student and includes practice/workbook materials. The course is offered by PowerPrep and taught by Carolyn Devane. If you are interested, you must turn in the registration form to Mrs. Ketterman by . More information may be found at www.powerprepinc.com. REGISTRATION FORMS ARE AVAILABLE IN MRS. KETTERMAN'S OFFICE OR MAY BE DOWNLOADED HERE.
Graduates of Frontenac High School in the classes of 2011 and later are encouraged to sign-up for the Frontenac Education Foundation Semester Scholarship for the Spring 2015 semester. The scholarship is available to all graduates who are attending a post-secondary school. Students need to sign-up at the High School office (between 7:45 am and 3:30 pm) or online at http://frontenacedfoundation.org/?page_id=200 by JANUARY 12, 2015.
PHONE CALLS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED!!
If you have questions, contact Ashleigh Hamblin at 620-235-3913.
All-State Honor Choir
Congratulations to the following students for their selection into the Kansas Music Educators Association All-State Honor Choir. They will be performing in Wichita the end of February.
FRONTENAC — In the first half, the Frontenac Raiders had no points to show for 159 yards of total offense and eight first downs.
No points until a second-and-10 play from the St. Mary's Colgan 29 with 7.2 seconds remaining before halftime.
The Panther defense forced Frontenac senior quarterback Austin Seward into a mad dash for his life and as the clock ticked down to zeroes, Seward found enough precious time to fire a bullet to sophomore Ryan Long at the Colgan 2. Long darted into the end zone and Frontenac broke a scoreless stalemate for a 6-0 halftime advantage.
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
The Frontenac High School Volleyball Program under the leadership of Coach Cassie
Buche has promoted Breast Cancer Awareness through out our community for the past few years.
This year the FHS PINK OUT has included all the FHS Sports. THe PINK shirts have icons from all our sports. And it states "Together We Stand" across the front.
The PINK OUT Movement is to increase awareness of this disease and to promote prevention by early detection.
FHS would like to thank John Minton of Jock's NItch for their continued support and to every one that purchased a PINK OUT shirt. You made this season's PINK Drive a great success!Proceeds from this fundraiser will go to an FHS Family. Great Community-Great Support!
Frank Layden Elementary Student Winner of Kansas School Bus Safety Poster Contest
Frontenac School District would like to congratulate fifth grade student, Sydney Frankenbery, for winning first place in the 2014 Kansas State School Bus Safety Poster Contest - Division II. Sydney will be recognized at the Kansas State Pupil Transportation Association Conference in Hutchinson, Kansas. Her poster will be distributed to schools across the state of Kansas. To see the poster click the link attached. Great job Sydney! We are very proud of you!
Pictured with Ms. Frankenbery is Frank Layden Elementary School Art Teacher, Mr. Troy Morris.
The tearing up and resurfacing of the Raiders’ track shouldn’t interfere with the fall season football season and will create a top-notch new surface for the track team come spring.
The replacement, which will provide a second life for 12,067 recycled tires, is being funded by a $147,000 Kansas Department of Health and Environment Solid Waste Grant.
“Everybody’s green now, and we wanted to come up with a green product,” said Mike Dixon, a resident of Frontenac who also is president of Track Renovations, the company doing the resurfacing.
He said used tires are one of the most difficult items to
“You can’t take it to the landfill and you can’t burn it,” Dixon said. “The fees you pay to dispose of the tire, that goes in a fund and is used for grants. It’s a win-win for everyone.”
FRONTENAC — Using iPads to learn makes education "kind of funner" for Brooke Banks.
Banks, a fourth grader in Tim Vesco’s class at Frontenac’s Frank Layden Elementary is in one of four elementary and four junior high classrooms testing out iPads in education before a 1:1 initiative goes district-wide in coming years.
"We’re just a few days in, but I’ve already seen a lot more enthusiasm to try things out and to work with the iPad," Vesco said. "I want to see the kids not just using it as a sub for papers."
Vesco said initially students are getting a feel for the screens, but in coming months will be doing all sorts of project-based learning, including making green screen movies, blogging and more.