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March 6th Announcements

Attention AP students! Please be sure to return your registration form and pay for your AP exams in the finance office as soon as possible. The deadline to register and pay is Friday, March 9th, so plan ahead and get it done now.


Coming soon, to the Titan Theatre! Don’t miss the hilarious production of 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. Come and join us for music, dancing and audience participation on March 8, 9, 10; doors open at 6:30 P.M. Pre-sale tickets can be purchased from Ms. Peaker-Lozano in room 323 for $8; they will be $10 at the door.


There will be a meeting for all junior and senior boys and girls interested in playing or coaching for Iron Man volleyball today, during 5th lunch in room 707.  Coach Dake will review expectations, rules, practice, and game information during this meeting and handout permission slips to participate in this event.  The Iron Man volleyball game will be held on Monday, March 19th, at 7 P. M., in the Frontier gym.


If you were on the boys’ varsity basketball team, boys’ varsity soccer team or the girls’ varsity soccer team, please turn in all your gear to Coach Ross. If you do not, the amount to replace it will be added to your debt screen

March is National Theatre in Our Schools Month.  In an experiment called “Project Oxygen” at Google Incorporated. The seven top characteristics for success at Google are all performing arts related: communication, teamwork, critical thinking, and problem solving, and making connections across complex ideas. According to the Google Corporation, the best place to get those skills? Training in Theatre!  Want to learn more?  Take a theatre class! 


Visit the cafeteria this week for breakfast as food services celebrates National School Breakfast Week. Our daily average of breakfasts served here at Frontier is 70. Let’s try to break that average every day this week!

Breakfast Fact-school breakfast can also:

  • Decrease the risk of food insecurity
  • Improve children’s overall dietary intake
  • Help protect against childhood obesity
  • Protect against other negative health outcomes
  • Reduce students’ stress and anxiety