This year will mark the beginning of the twelfth school year that the Frontier High School PTSA will be sponsoring the Monthly Honors program, recognizing students and staff members.
Each month 21 students, a teacher and a staff member will be selected from nominations submitted.
Individuals are nominated for their outstanding personal character traits and/or their actions that have helped improve the Frontier High School community.
In addition selections can be made to emphasize perseverance and the personal transformation of individuals, where challenges are welcomed and have been overcome.
Perseverance can be demonstrated in momentous ways such as in a major personal transformation. It can also be seen in everyday resiliency amidst difficulties or even on the minuscule scale where small but important steps of growth can be celebrated.
This criteria will result in 190 students, about 12% of the entire student body, being recognized by the end of the 2020-21 school year.
I am pleased to announce the Honors of the Month for May 2021. Please join me in congratulating each of them for this achievement.
Teacher: Mrs. Laura Eberhardt
Mrs. Susan Haefner
Mrs. Paula Malesa
Mrs. Vanessa Rich
Staff Member: Ms. Grace Grasso
Mrs. Nancy McIntyre
Athlete Joshua Peron
Athlete Emily Przybysz
Building-At-Large Patricia Kerr
Building-At-Large Gretchen Newell
Building-At-Large Tairin Tempski
Art Department Colin Galley
Business Department Franz Stadler
English as a New Language Department Raphael Rivera
English Language Arts Department Bianca Taylor
Family Consumer Science Department Edward McCarthy
Freshman ACE Jesse Martinez
Freshman ACE Mallory Esford
Health Education Department Chloe Diebel
Mathematics Department Isaac Wozniak
Music Department Douglas Hernandez
Physical Education Department Alexander Schickling
Physical Education Department Emma Petricca
Science Department Julia Tufan
Social Studies Department Charles Radomski
Student Support Services Victor Wong
STEAM Initiative Jayden Shoemaker
Technology Education Department Matthew Peschio
World Languages Department Lydia Wozniak