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SHOTS! SHOTS! SHOTS! SHOTS!

Flu season is upon us and now is the time to get your flu shot. In conjunction with the Kansas City Health Department, FSE is offering flu shots to staff and students on November 14. Students must have their permission slip signed. At this time, the nasal spray option is not available, only an injection of the vaccine. If you have insurance, you will need to provide that information to help cover the cost of the shot. If you don’t have insurance, other options might be available. Phone calls will be made to every guardian and permission slips will be available at the front office or with the school nurse. Junior Hillary G. said,” I usually don't have much time to get my flu shot so I’m grateful for this opportunity to get it done in school.” Falcons, don't let the flu bug bite -- get your shot!


Students Support SOS

For the first time, Frontier Schools is offering the SOS program to students in grades 6-12. The program educates students on how to identify the signs of suicide. Counselor Melissa M. said, “It brings attention to the issue. This way students can recognize signs in friends and know how to ask for help.” Students agree that this will be of great help not only to help themselves, but others too. Sophomore James C. said, “I know some people have problems, but I don't know how to help them sometimes.” The SOS program is part of the national suicide prevention lifeline. If you feel like you need to talk to someone, call 1.800.273.TALK (8255). - by Hillary G.


SOS: Signs of Suicide Prevention Program

Frontier is partnering with the SOS Program to educate staff, students (grades 6th-12th), and parents about the Signs of Suicide and how to respond. Please watch the video below and click on the links to learn more about how to respond to the Signs of Suicide.
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FAFSA Parent Night

One of the most important and complicated forms a high school senior must complete as they apply to colleges is the Free Application for Federal Student Aid -- otherwise known as the FAFSA. And FSE is here to help students and parents with this task. The FAFSA Parent Night is open to all senior families. Admission officers from Donnelly College will be here, as well as Spanish translators. The event is Friday, November 16 in the cafeteria and runs from 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm. Please contact FSE's college counselor at 816.822.1331 x125 with questions.


November Newletter!

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Truman Reading Challenge

It's time to get your read on, Falcons! Starting Monday, November 5 the Truman Reading Challenge begins. The challenge is divided into three categories: Gateway Books, which are geared for 9-12 grades; Truman Books, which are for 6-8 grade reading levels; and Mark Twain Books, which are focused on 4-6 grade reading levels. Here's how it works. If you read at least three books and pass the quiz for the book, you will be invited to the pizza party. If you up it to six, you are in the running for a free book, $10 to spend at the book fair, and the pizza party. And if you max out and read all the nominees in your category, you will earn all the goodies plus $25 to spend at the book fair! You may pick and choose among all the categories, but that will change the number of books you must read to reach the next level. Check out the READ MORE LINK below for a QR Code that has all the trailers for the books in the contest. The challenge is open to all students at FSE and runs through March 25. See Mr. Hopkins for more details.

ABOVE: 7th grader Tiajah Gipson gets a head start on her challenge! read more . . .


Important Message from Superintendent!

Dear Frontier Families and Staff,

This letter is to inform you that the University of Missouri – Kansas City (UMKC) has made a decision to discontinue their charter school sponsorship role with an effective date of May 31, 2019. UMKC will transition to a charter school support role based on research, development, and innovation, including educator preparation and educator professional development. read more . . .


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 November 12, Monday
Schedule A
 
 
 November 13, Tuesday
Schedule B
 
 
 November 14, Wednesday
Schedule A/Staff Collaboration - Early Dismissal forthe last 2 periods
 
 
 November 15, Thursday
Schedule B
 
 
 November 16, Friday
Schedule A/Second Quarter Progress Report
 



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