Frontier academics begin with learning style inventories. With families, we learn about each student’s strengths, interests and learning styles. From there, development is addressed through general studies, enrichment and interventions. Students earn all the tool to take flight.
Frontier’s Healthy Schools Initiative aims to nourish physical, social and emotional student needs. This whole approach allows children to take full advantage of academic opportunities. Walking and gardening clubs, nutrition lessons, outdoor play programs and other activities promote a healthy lifestyle.
All for One
Frontier Elementary is a Title One school based on a higher percentage of families in financial need. Federal grant funding provides for academic, social, emotional and family support. Family Fun Learning Nights, literacy events, at-home tools and family resources bolster the traditional school experience.
The Heart of It All
Personal connections are commonplace at Frontier. Teachers and staff take time to understand what is important to students and their families. In the classroom, on the playground or at events, teacher work hard, focusing on relationships that support the entire family unit.