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  • Frontier Commumity Education is Offering 18 Children's Classes

    Commumity Education Children's Classes

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  • Lions SEE Vision Screening

         Lions, SEE, Screening Eyes Early, is a free community vision screening program for children in pre-K, K, grade 1  and grade 2.  The program will be providing this service in the Frontier School District.  Lion SEE has provided over 14,000 screenings in Erie County schools, including multiple local school districts.

         It does not replace the New Yoirk State mandated vision screening for acuity that is done by the school nurses; it is intended to assist with the early identification of potential vision problems and identify those students needing referral for further evaluation.  It is very quick, easy and non intrusive,  it can be done in the classroom, requiring only that lights be turnd down to facilitate the equipment.

         The school nurse sends referral letters to parents, and the school nurse also does the follow up.  New York State mandates vision screening at school for these grade levels.  

    For more information: Lions Club Link

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  • Online Frontier Central School District has Student Online Registration

    If you are a new family to the district, or your children are new students in the district the NEW STUDENT ONLINE REGISTRATION process allows you to enter all required information for enrolling your children, including mailing information, emergency contact information and medical information.

    Click here for complete information

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  • A Chorus Line Logo    Frontier High School Musical

    On February 8-10, 2018 at 7:30 PM and February 11, 2018 at 2:00 PM, the Frontier HS Music Club will present A Chorus Line (High School Edition) in the Frontier High School AuditoriumA CHORUS LINE is a stunning concept musical capturing the spirit and tension of a Broadway chorus audition. Exploring the inner lives and poignant ambitions of professional Broadway gypsies, the show features one powerhouse number after another. Memorable musical numbers include “What I Did for Love, “One,” “I Can Do That,” “At the Ballet,” “The Music and the Mirror,” and “I Hope I Get It.” A brilliantly complex fusion of song, dance, and compellingly authentic drama, the show was instantly recognized as a classic. The high energy, one-act high school edition has made this show more family friendly and is appropriate for all age groups. Call now to reserve your tickets - 926-1720 ext. 2182. Adult tickets are $10 and student/senior tickets are $8 and will also be available at the door. 

     

     

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  • Guidelines for Cold Weather Safety

    At this time of the year, it is a good idea to talk with your children about cold weather safety.  Extra care is needed especially in young children to be sure that frostbite does not occur.

    Make sure all children including teenagers have appropirate outerwear every day.  Warm jackets, hats, scarves, boots and an extra pair of gloves in their pockets will protect them during extremely cold temperatures.

    Develop an emergency plan and review it with your children in case you are not home, either before or after school.  If a bus is delayed, they need to know where, when, and how to get help.  Tell your child that if you are not home while they are waiting outside for the bus, how long they may wait outside, where to go in the event the bus is delayed, and what the dangers and risks of extrememe weather are.

     

    Advise your child to seek help if they have:

    Wet clothing, boots or gloves, snow or ice next to bare skin which cannot be removed.

    Pain or numbness or buring anywhere on their skin (especially hands, feet, ears, or nose).

    To wait no longer than five minutes if temperatures have dipped in to the teen, expecialy on a windy day.

     

    Teach your child about:

    When to ask for help.

    Where to find safe shelter in an emergency.

    Who is the designated adult to go to in your neighborhood.

    How to protect themselves with proper winter clothing.

    The danger sign of frostbits.

     

    Dawn M. Springer, FNP-BC

    Medical Director

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  •  FALL 2017 NEWSLETTER

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    Raptor

    Visitor Management System - Raptor

    Frontier CSD will begin using a new Visitor Management System, Raptor.   Please make sure you have your driver's license with you when entering any of our schools.   This puts another step in place to keep our children safe.

    The Raptor Visitor Management System will help our schools know who is coming into our schools.   When a visitor reports to the office they will present their driver's license.  Each and every visitor is instantly screened against the registered sex offender databases in all fifty states.   We will create a custom database as well with any alerts regarding custody from Infinite Campus.   A visitor sticker with the person's picture, information and destination will be printed, that sticker fades within 24 hours so it cannot be used again.

     
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  • Calendar Cover    Calendar and Back to School Guide

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  • Grade A If you are having problems logging into the Infinite Campus student/parent portal please send an email to icchanges@frontiercsd.org.  Please detail who you are and your children with school buildings.   An email will be sent back to you when the problem has been resolved.

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  • Registration Frontier Community Education has Online Class Registration

    Click the Online Payments link above.
    Easy to Follow Instructions are also posted.
    Online Registration Instructions


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    IC Icon   Infinite Campus Parent and Student Portals

    The portal can be accessed by parents of enrolled students. Parents can see all children in their household, or students that are related by a guardian flagged relationship. Students can also be given access to the Portal, but they will only be able to access their own information. Parents and students can view family demographics, attendance, grades, schedules and more.

    ALL parents must receive an activation code to use the parent portal. To receive a code simply click on the link below and fill out a short form.  FORM TO REQUEST AN ACTIVATION CODE

    Students do not need an activation code, use their student number as the username and the "<first name initial><last name initial><birthdate MMDDYY>" as the password.
     

    Problems?

    If you have a problem with your account, please DO NOT contact the school, they cannot reset your account.  Email icchanges@frontiercsd.org or Deborah Gromek at dgromek@frontiercsd.org.
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  • District Wide Safety Plan

    District Wide Safety Plan

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  • FORM TO OPT OUT OF WEBSITE PICTURES
    Parents and Guardians

    If you DO NOT want your child to have their picture appear on the new Frontier Website there is a simple process. Just fill out a short form and we will make sure your child does not appear on the website.   To find the form scroll down to the bottom under District Information and click on the second picture, Parent Resources.

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  • CONFIDENTIAL HOTLINES

    FCSD has recently implemented a Confidential Hotline for each school.

    COMPLETE LIST OF HOTLINE NUMBERS

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