Frost Elementary

Home of the Mountain Lions

Welcome

  • ACPS bus #91 and bus #98 will combine morning and afternoon routes in the Frostburg area, and this change will remain in place until more drivers are hired.

    This change will result in a five-minute difference in pick-up and drop-off times for the Mount Savage Middle School route; however, parents should still have their students at the bus stop at the regularly scheduled time.

    For the Frost Elementary School routes, students that ride bus #91 will be picked up 10 minutes earlier to allow the students on bus #98 to be picked up on time. Drop-off times in the afternoon for both routes may be ten minutes later; however, parents should still be at bus stops to pick up their children at the regularly scheduled time.

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  • Join us for our Back to School Meet and Greet at Glendening Park on Tuesday, August 24, 2021, from 4- 5 p.m. 
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  • Frost Elementary School - Home of the Mountain Lions

     

    Welcome to Frost Elementary School located in Frostburg, Maryland.  Frost school services students Pre-K through fifth grade.

     

    At Frost, we are dedicated to providing our students with positive learning experiences through a rigorous academic program that will prepare students for a rapidly changing world.  We inspire and motivate students to achieve their fullest potential in order to be successful for today and be prepared for tomorrow.

     

    We believe that collaboration and open lines of communication help make the home-school connection a successful part of our students' education.  We encourage family and community participation in classroom and school-wide programs and activities along with our PTA sponsored activities.

     

    Kim Smith

    Principal

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Latest News

  • MSDE Awards More Than $169 Million to Local Education Agencies as Part of Maryland Leads Grant Program

    The Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE) announced the award of Maryland Leads grants funds to Local Education Agencies (LEAs), a bold, foundational initiative to reimagine the State’s education system and realize the promise of the Blueprint for Maryland’s Future.

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  • We Are Fort Hill Committee Announces 2022 HOF Inductees

    The We Are Fort Hill Committee recently announced three Fort Hill High School alumnus as the 2022 Hall of Fame inductees.

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  • Superintendent Announces Administrative Staffing Updates

    Allegany County Public Schools’ Superintendent, Mr. Jeff Blank, has announced several administrative staffing changes for the upcoming 2022-2023 school year.

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  • Three ACPS Grads Earn Scholarships to Frostburg State University

    Three Allegany County Public School graduates were recently selected as 2022 recipients of the WCBC/Frostburg State University Annual High School Student Salute Program scholarships.

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  • ACPS Class of 2022 Grads Accepted to 37 Colleges, Universities, and Technical Schools

    The Allegany County Public School System is proud to announce that students in the graduating Class of 2022 have been accepted to 37 different colleges, universities, and technical schools across the country. 

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  • PLTW Biomedical Students Honored at White Coat Ceremony

    Project Lead The Way (PLTW) Biomedical Science students from Allegany High School, Fort Hill High School, and Mountain Ridge High School were recognized at their schools at the 4th Annual White Coat Ceremony.

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  • ACPS Students Ride Western Maryland Scenic Railroad thanks to First Peoples FCU

    More than 1,600 students from Allegany County Public Elementary Schools had the opportunity to ride the Western Maryland Scenic Railroad in April thanks, once again, to the sponsorship of First Peoples Community Federal Credit Union.

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Vision & Mission

  • VISION STATEMENT

    To prepare, motivate, and instill confidence in our students for a rapidly changing world by instilling in them critical thinking, problem solving, collaborating respectfully with others, and technological skills.  Students wil develop a global perspective and a respect for core values of honesty, integrity, perseverance, and compassion.  Students will  have success for today and in the furutre in order to be productive members of society.


    MISSION STATEMENT

    Frost Elementary School staff, parents, and community are dedicated to educate the intellectual, personal, social and physical growth of all students.  Our highly qualified staff recognizes the value of thoughtful planning by incorporating best practices of teaching using research based instruction and collaboration amoung teachers.  Our teaching practices reflect the need for a strong school community in order to rigorously challenge our students.  Through diversified experiences, our students maximize their potential, achieve readiness for college and careers, and succeed in a safe and caring environment.

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Announcements

  • PreK

    1. Backpack
    2. Headphones
    3. Frosting Container

    Kindergarten

    1. 2 boxes - 24 crayonos
    2. 1 box - 8 count broad tip markers
    3. 1 4oz bottole of Elemer's glue
    4. Headpones for computer lab

    1st Grade

    1. 1 pair of scissors
    2. 1 pack colored pencils
    3. Set of dry erase markers
    4. Headpones/earbuds for computer lab in Ziploc bag with name on the bag

    2nd Grade

    1. 1 pair headpones
    2. Backpack (large enough to fit text books, folders and assignment book)

    3rd Grade

    1. 1 backpac
    2. Pencils (no mechanical pencils)
    3. Glue sticks
    4. 1 Zippered pencil pouch (no boxes)
    5. 5 large book covers (can be homemade)

    4th Grade

    1. 5 notebooks (wide ruled)
    2. Pencils with erasers (no mechanical pencils)
    3. Red/blue checking pencil
    4. Headpones
    5. Cloth book covers

    5th Grade

    1. 5 Spiral notebooks
    2. 3 Pocket folders
    3. Pencils
    4. Colored pen for checking
    5. Colored Pencils
    6. Headpones if you don't have them from last year
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Contact Us

  • 260 Shaw Street 
    Frostburg, MD 21532  
     
    Office Telephone:
    301-689-5168
     
    School Fax:
    301-689-1735
     
    Cafeteria Manager:
    301-689-5168
     
    School Day:
    8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. 
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