Announcements for Thursday, Sep. 19, 2019
Are you fluent in a language other than English? You may want to register for the 2019 Credit Exam for World Languages. The exam will be administered on November 6 – 8, 2019 and students may have the opportunity to earn up to three high school foreign language credits. You should be fluent in writing in the selected language. The exam is offered in many different languages, so check with your counselor to see what languages are offered. If you would like to register for the World Language Credit exam, please stop by Student Services to meet with your counselor. The registration deadline for the exam is Thursday, October 10.
Attention News Team: Journalists, Reporters, and Special Camera Operators will meet on Thursday, September 19 during Falcon Focus in room 505. See Ms. Loach for a pass or if you cannot attend.
The Frost 5K is just a couple of months away and we need your help designing the t-shirt for the race. This is your chance for your very own Frost 5k design to appear on the race day shirts. To enter the competition all you need to do is ask your Falcon Focus teacher for a design form. Follow the directions on the form carefully, create your design, and then return the form to your Falcon Focus teacher no later than Wednesday, October 2. If you have questions, please see Mr. Kalinkos in M21. We look forward to seeing your designs. Good luck!
Reflections is an arts recognition program sponsored by National PTA. Each year over 300,000 students in Pre-K through Grade 12 create original works of art in response to a student-selected theme. The theme for the 2019-2020 Reflections Art Contest is Look Within. Start thinking now about your entry in the categories of Literature, Visual Arts, Music Composition, Dance Choreography, Photography, and Film Production. Entries will be due on Friday, October 18. Check out the Frost PTA website for more information and entry forms.
There will be a lockdown drill during Falcon Focus today. At the conclusion of 3rd period, please proceed directly to your Falcon Focus class so we may begin the drill on time. At the conclusion of the drill, students may transition to other classrooms with a note from their teacher.
The Frost Roadways and Revelations Fall writing Contest is underway! The theme is “What makes you who you are? “
All Frost Falcons are studying identity in English classes now. We know all kids have written something amazing that is identity related. Why not submit it for publication in our literature magazine? Join our Google classroom with the code we3voi to enter a poem or short story about identity!
Join our Google Classroom with this code: we3voi to submit your writing soon. The due date is Thursday, September 26. Questions? Ask Ms. Champagne or Ms. Sharma.
Monday, Sep. 23
On Monday, September 23, representatives from Thomas Jefferson High School will be at Frost to provide an application information session. This will take place after-school in the cafeteria from 2:30-3:30 p.m. Both parents and students are welcome to attend. This will be the first day that late buses are available, so interested students may attend alone if their parents are not able to make it.
Come out to the Frost Model United Nations interest meeting on September 23 from 2:30-3:30 p.m. in the lecture hall! You'll learn about what makes this club so popular across the world. Join the google classroom with this code: 4hv111u! All returning members are welcome to attend as well! We look forward to meeting you there!
Wednesday, Sep. 25
Are you a 7th or 8th grader? Do you like to travel without your parents? Would you like to explore Ireland, Wales, United Kingdom and France, this summer? If you are nodding your head yes, then come to the student interest meeting on Wednesday, September 25 in room M17. You can learn more information about the Frost trip to these fantastic places. Come to M17 on September 25 at 2:30 to learn more about how you can go on an incredible trip this summer.