Safe Schools Committee
The Frontier Safe Schools Committee is a group of individuals from within the school as well as the community. It is comprised of administrators, parents, students, law enforcement, agency representatives, and other interested community members. If you would like to become a member, call the Superintendent's Office at 926-1711 for information.
This school year will continue to focus on a number of issues that deal with providing a safe and healthy climate that promotes student learning and student success. Preventing bullying and cyber-bullying in our schools is foremost in this effort. We will continue to foster an environment of dignity and respect for all in our school buildings as well as promoting a safe and secure environment that is conducive to learning.The Frontier Central School District has developed a District-Wide School Safety Plan pursuant to NYSED Commissioner’s Regulation 155.17(b). At the direction of the Frontier Central School District Board of Education, the Superintendent of Frontier Central School District appointed a District-Wide Safety Team and charged it with the development and maintenance of the District-Wide Safety Plan. The Safety Team consists of, but not limited to, representatives of the School Board, students, teachers, administrators, community representatives, school safety personnel and other school personnel. Per NYSED Section 155.17(e)(3), a summary of this plan will be made available for public comment, after its adoption by the Board of Education.
Online Parent Resources on Bullying and Suicide Prevention
Childhood Bullying Due to Wearing Glasses
Bullying often happens at school, and children who wear glasses are common targets. It can be verbal, physical, or both, and it often happens at school.
Stop Bullying on the Spot
When adults respond quickly and consistently to bullying behavior they send the message that it is not acceptable. Research shows this can stop bullying behavior over time.
Parents, school staff, and other adults in the community can help kids prevent bullying by talking about it, building a safe school environment, and creating a community-wide bullying prevention strategy.
Bullying. No Way!
Safe schools. Together.
Bullying. No Way! provides information and ideas for students, parents and teachers.
Child & Family Services
Serving Western New York
For more than 140 years, Child and Family Services has dedicated its resources to meet the needs of children and families. One of Western New York's oldest human service agencies, Child and Family Services fosters safe and healthy environments for children and families in local homes, schools, workplaces and communities.
24-Hour Crisis Assistance
Crisis Services is a 24-hour comprehensive crisis center and community resource whose first responders provide support to anyone in need. They save lives by restoring safety, promoting emotional strength and reducing the impact of trauma through intervention, education, prevention and community collaboration.
New York State Center for School Safety
Providing Support for Schools, Families and Communities
Schools must be safe havens for teaching and learning, free from crime and violence. The Center offers a statewide professional development and technical assistance center providing direct support to schools and districts in creating and maintaining safe and healthy learning environments for all New York State students.
Connect 4 Respect
Research shows that one of the most effective ways to prevent bullying behavior is to create a positive school climate. School climate encompasses everything that contributes to a student's experience with a school — from the physical building to policies, staff and peer culture.
BestSelf Behavioral Health
Behavioral Health Services
BestSelf Behavioral Health can provide you and your family with the innovative and evidence-based services you need, along with a personal and caring approach that will help you feel respected, valued, confident and hopeful.
Safe Schools Files
Dignity for All Students Act (DASA)
Dignity ComplaintsContact your Department Supervisor or Building Principal. The DASA Complaint Form is located in "Safe Schools Files" above.
DASA CoordinatorsColleen Duggan, Myra Pinker, Julia Bermingham, Daniel Charland, Linda Dansa, Shawna Gugino, James Helmicki, Danielle Kalinski, Renee Kumiega, Jennifer Makowski, Colleen Schaefer, David Smaczniak, Ryan Sikorski, Shannon Thurston, Caitlin Torrance, Christopher Thuman, Greg Witman and all District Social Workers. If you wish to report an issue/call the school building. Phone numbers as well as confidential hotline phone numbers are listed on each specific building page on this website.