8th grade students have the opportunity to donate uniform compliant items that are in good condition and free of rips, holes, or permanent stains. Click on the above headline for details.
Join us for a presentation on the various math pathways options available to students. Parents of incoming 6th grade students who are interested in the accelerated math classes are encouraged to attend this meeting.
The Frost Music Department had another successful showing at the Music in the Parks Competition! Click on the headline above for a listing of the 16 awards they received.
Our Music Department will compete in the Music in the Parks Festival on Friday, May 12 and Saturday, May 13. The competition performances are open to public and the schedule is available by clicking on the headline.
The PTSA sponsored 8th Grade Jr. Grad Night will take place on Friday, May 19th. Click on the headline for more information.
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J. Francisco Ayala, Principal
Following the Notebook theme of our latest yearbook, as such, your journey through middle school started with no notes or memories. It was a blank space for you to write your own story, one that started with nervousness and anticipation of the unknown. Soon enough, it evolved into you taking ownership and making this journey your own. Writing page after page, you’ve documented a new chapter filled with knowledge, adventures, and memorable events that are about to become archived in this volume of your own encyclopedia called life.
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I want to express my sincere appreciation and admiration to our students. I have witnessed you transform from timid incoming 6th graders, three years ago, into promising responsible youngsters, ready for high school, college, and, inevitable, an upcoming adult life overall. We are proud of you!
Of course, none of your achievements would be possible without the support system you have at home. Thank you parents and legal guardians.
I will take a minute now and invite you to express our collective appreciation as well to many other unsung heroes whose involvement in our efforts to pursue educational excellence for our students is of paramount importance. However, it is often that they go unnoticed, not this morning:
From your first day in 6th grade to last Friday, those who welcomed you into their classrooms and provided you with every opportunity to learn, please a round of applause to all teachers.
In some cases, those who assisted your teachers, either providing one-on-one support or extra reinforcement, thank you teacher assistants.
Those who processed your grades, printed your report cards, cleared your absences, and now will send you records to high school, please give a hand to our entire clerical staff.
Those who worked on fundraisers and chaperoned all your trips, working hand in hand with us all year long, Thank you PTSA and volunteers.
Those who helped me keep the air conditioning, or heater, running, facilities clean and functional so you could focus on academics, a big thank you to our Maintenance and Buildings and Grounds staff.
Right now, behind the scenes once more, those who work tirelessly to make of our school, and every event we set to do, a huge success. From making sure our diplomas are in order to working on every detail of this event, I want to personally thank our counselors, coordinators, and administrators. Especially, I want to thank Ms. Ferman and Ms. Doh for joining me her yesterday working on last minute details.
Last, certainly not least, those who have entrusted me with the honor to serve you and whose support I count on to make of Frost “An Excelling School…. An Excellent Choice!, please help me show our appreciation to our school district director and superintendent.
During this school year, we continued to make strides towards offering you an exceptional educational program.
Today, before our graduates are gone, I am lucky to have over 600 families on waiting lists for the new school year to come.
Together, we accomplish what no other Middle School in the valley has done, like all colleges or high schools, we received Accreditation by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges.
During the last 3 years, collectively, we gave you our best and relentless efforts to prepare students for a successful educational life and adulthood. I can only hope that later on, when our alumni look back through and recall the years spent in middle school, they will remember us as the place where the academic foundations of your careers were forged.
To our graduating class: I hope this Culmination Event is as rewarding as your time with us at Frost has been. We look forward to seeing you in the future, coming back to share with us your trips and successes and letting us know how much our contributions helped you reach your dreams. The journey has just begun! As you embrace it, I want you to set high and noble goals, stay focused, and follow the path you have traced for yourselves to reach your dreams. Your notebook of life is not complete yet. As you turn the page, a new chapter is just about to begin and we wish you simply the best on it and the many more chapters to come.
May your Legacy live on! Congratulations “The Legacies” Class of 2017.