Frost Elementary art teacher, Doug Knotts, painted a sign placed near the road at the school reminding drivers to slow down as they are entering a school zone. Additionally, custodian at the school, Robbie Knox, planted the flowers to help beautify the area.
5th Grade Wax Museum
Fifth grade students at Frost Elementary School have a unique way of learning about early explorers. The school hosts a living wax museum in which the fifth graders complete research on an early explorer, dress the part, and then perform as a wax figure, sharing important information about themselves, when visitors press a button. Students in grades K-2 have the opportunity to walk through the museum, and students in grades 3 and 4 are able to experience the full effect of the "wax figures" by pressing the informational button and listening to their peers explain their history.