Pinellas County Schools Transportation Department is implementing a new system to inform you when your child’s bus is going to be delayed or schedule changes. You are receiving this notification because your student’s school is part of a pilot effort to use a system called Bus Bulletin.
The Bus Bulletin notification system will notify parents and students when there are bus delays and schedule changes. If you would like to receive instant notifications when delays or incidents affect your student's bus, please register with Bus Bulletin.
For more information, or to sign-up and start receiving notifications, please visit: www.BusBulletin.com/parents.
If you need help with registration, call Pinellas County Schools Transportation Department at 727-587-2020.
The School Advisory Committee is made up of the school administration and volunteers, with leadership by a volunteer. SAC supports the school in achieving its Mission and Vision by reviewing and suggesting improvements to school policies, the School Improvement Plan, the school budget, Title I funds, and engaging in discussions as needed for school support and improvement. SAC meets once a month.
Why Join SAC?
Frontier current & former principals, Heather Peters & Tracie Bergman along with former reading coach, Dolores Hudson were honored on October 29th at a state wide conference in Orlando. Frontier is the only Pinellas County Title I school to achieve this honor.
Need to know more about students using technology at home? Click the link below to learn about usign Clever for signing into student programs.
Frontier Title I Parent Survey
Please click this survey link below to participate in the annual Frontier Title I Parent Survey. The purpose of this survey is to provide the Pinellas County School District's (PCS) Title I Program leadership with valuable feedback from parents of students enrolled at Frontier. Your opinion counts!
English, Spanish and Vietnamese versions are also available online.
Interpretation in other languages available upon request.
Frontier Elementary does not have a Uniform Policy. We follow the Pinellas County School Board Dress Code that can be found in the Student Code of Conduct.
Please Click Here to find that policy.
Homework Helpline – 727-547-7223
The Homework Helpline is a free service for all PCS students. The service is available 5 to 8 p.m., Monday-Friday. Students can get help with math, science, social studies and language arts. Students who need practice reading can also call the helpline and spend 10 minutes reading to an adult.
The Office of Strategic Partnerships is excited to provide parents and community members with workshops that will increase student achievement, provide tools and resources that promote parent advocacy and personal growth. Check out the Parent Academy Catalog for opportunities.
The Annual School Financial Report is now available. Click Here to access this report