.......CAASPP 8th Grade March 16 - 27........SPRING BREAK - MARCH 30 - APRIL 6 (SCHOOL CLOSED).....INSTRUCTION RESUMES TUES, APRIL 7........... CAASPP 7th Grade  April 13 - 24 ......... CAASPP 6th Grade April 27 - May 8 ........
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FROST STUDENT, MATTHEW MORAN, QUALIFIES FOR STATE GEOGRAPHY BEE For the first time in Frost history, one of our Geography Bee winners has made it to the State Finals. Matthew Moran has been victorious in our school Geography Bee for the past two years. This year, we received notification that based upon his written test, Matthew is one of the top qualifiers in the State of California. He will be competing in the State Championship on March 27.
Matt will be facing off against the other geography whizzes in the State of California. If he comes out on top at the state level, he will then compete in the National Competition in Washington, D.C., where he would have the opportunity to win a $50,000 scholarship and a trip to the Galapagos Islands! We are all very proud of Matt and we wish him the best of luck!

FROST MS READY FOR NEW ONLINE STANDARDIZED TEST (CAASPP) On March 9, 2015, over 1600 students benefited from participating in one of six different assemblies where they received information not only on the test but also helpful tips to make sure their time in front of the computer will be as productive as possible. Frost wants students to be familiar with the hardware and software in order to reduce stress and in hope of better scores. CLICK THE TITLE ABOVE for more information.

REQUEST FOR VOLUNTEERS AND SPONSORS FOR INTERNATIONAL DAY International Day is scheduled for Friday, May 29. The PTSA needs your help to make it a memorable event for all our students and their families. Please contact our Volunteer Coordinator.
We are proud to share our 2013 - 2014 School Report Card! Thanks to the joint efforts by our parents, students, teachers, staff and administration, we continue to prove that Frost is an "Excelling School...An Excellent Choice". If you have not received a copy of the 13-14 Report Card, please click on the above headline for a direct link to our Report Card, as well as a link to all the LAUSD School Report Cards.
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Spring Recess - School Closed
Date: 3/30/2015
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Date: 3/31/2015
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Date: 4/1/2015
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Date: 4/2/2015
Spring Recess - School Closed
Date: 4/3/2015

J. Francisco Ayala, Principal
Week of 031615
Today we start a new era in Standardized Testing as we begin the administration of the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress, or CAASPP. The test is a combination of classroom activities and online sessions. Once again, I am proud to report that our collective goal of having all frost students using a real computer, instead of a tablet, has been met. The computer portion of the test will be taken at any of our three new computer laboratories, in rooms 20, 38, and 42. Additionally, there will be a few classes that will go into the library and, instead of using iPads, they will be using laptops.

Students will test primarily with their English Language Arts teachers for the English Test, and with their Mathematics teachers for the math test.

I want to thank all students in advance for all you will do to perform well on the test, for taking it seriously, and for respecting our computers and equipment.

This week, we begin with testing 8th Grade students. Please follow our testing schedule as posted on the website to know when and how other grade levels will be tested.

On a different topic, I want to take a minute to talk about appropriate and inappropriate language. I want to thank all students who are respectful to themselves and their family values by using only appropriate language on campus. Sadly, I must say that I am greatly disappointed to hear out there so many times a few students using profanities or foul language on campus. It is truly embarrassing to hear some students how loudly, and with no regards to anyone around them, they decide to use offensive language when talking to each other. I must remind all of those disrespectful students that offensive and vulgar language has no place at Frost. I am certain that your parents do not appreciate it at home and we deserve no less respect. On the other hand, I want to thank most of our students who respect our school and the principles you’ve learned at home by being respectful and educated when communicating. We are proud of you and we promise you that we will not tolerate the use of profanity on campus.

Back to testing, CAASPP here we go! 8th grade students and teachers today we start with the Classroom Activity. Don’t forget to do your best.

In the meantime, please have a great week.
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