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The Frontier School Corporation is now accepting student transfer requests for the 2014-2015 schoolyear.  Those families seeking a student focused, high expectations, and caring educational experience for their children are encouraged to complete a White County Annual Request for Transfer form located under the Information tab of our Frontier website. 

We welcome new families to learn more about how the Frontier School Corporation is a great fit for both students and families!  We would be happy to give you a guided tour and discuss ways in which we can plan for your child's individual needs!


Starting Monday, March 3, 2014,

 the Frontier Schools
will
be extending the school day by 25 minutes to make up
for missed snowdays from January 27th, 28th, February 5th, and 18th.
By extending the school day by 25 minutes per day through the 
last day of school (May 30th), we will not need to make up these
days in June as previously noted. Subsequent missed days of
school beyond February 19 may result in making up school
days in early June. 

The school times beginning March 3rd and continuing through
May 30th are as follows:

Frontier Elementary School  8:00 a.m.- 3:20 p.m.
Frontier Junior/Senior High School 8:05 a.m. - 3:35 p.m.


School will also be in attendance on April 18, 2014 and April 21, 2014
as snow make up days



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Frontier School Corporation Vision and Mission


  The mission of FSC is to develop students who are literate, able to master the state and national standards, demonstrate responsibility, and are prepared for post-graduation success.

Vision: By 2014, Frontier School Corporation will become (and maintain) "A" school status in both schools with 90% students reading on or above grade level, 90% students graduating with their peers on time and 90% performance in all areas on state testing.

Our Core Leadership Values:
Student Focused
Alignment
Accountability
Shared Leadership
High Expectations

Evidence-Based Decision Making
Continuous Improvement
Results Focus
Social Responsibility
 

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Contact Us!

Cathy Rowe
Superintendent
126 E. Main St.
Chalmers, IN 47929
219-984-5009
219-984-5022