Welcome, and thank you for visiting our site. Frankfort Square School is an elementary school serving students in grades first through fourth. Please use the links to navigate through our site for information, announcements, and special events. Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact our office.
The mission of Frankfort Square School is to create a safe, nurturing learning environment with collaboration amongst students, staff, and community. The Frankfort Square School family embraces diversity, fosters personal and academic growth, encourages respect and responsibility, and strives for academic excellence for all students.
|January 3||School resumes|
|January 4||Cool Tool Tuesday > All Areas|
|January 7||FSS Spirit Wear Day|
|January 10||FSS SCO Meeting @ 4 PM (in-person)|
|January 11||Cool Tool Tuesday > Lunchroom|
|January 17||Martin Luther King, Jr. Day > No School|
|January 18||Cool Tool Tuesday > Playground|
|January 19||School Board Meeting @ 7:00 PM|
|January 21||Spirit Wear Day > Decades Day|
|January 21||Progress Reports Issued|
|January 25||Cool Tool Tuesday > Bathroom|
Time allocations for each grade are estimates based on what most children need to devote to their assignments:
FIRST GRADE: Students may be asked to complete work not finished in school or complete a practice activity that supports classroom instruction. They may be asked to bring books or items for special classroom projects. Students are encouraged to read (or be read to) every night and practice math facts every night. (Time: 0-15 minutes of homework per day).
SECOND GRADE: Students may be asked to complete work not finished in school or complete a practice activity that supports classroom instruction. They may be asked to bring books or items for special classroom projects. Students should be studying spelling words and math facts all week. Students should be reading each night. (Time: 20-30 minutes of homework per day).
THIRD GRADE: Homework includes both completing work not finished in class and specific assignments to reinforce and/or enrich class instruction. There will be on an average of three to four nights a week. Students should be reading each night. (Time: 30-40 minutes of homework per day).
FOURTH GRADE: Homework includes completing work not finished in class and specific assignments to reinforce and or enrich class instruction. Work can be expected on an average of 4 nights per week. (Time: 40-50 minutes of homework per day).