Frost Middle Events

Lucky mid-air to dunk while students are amazed in the background

The Boston Celtics, City Year and Optum came together to bring a facelift to the Frost Complex gymnasium. They inaugurated the space with a fun filled event. What an amazing day!

Middle schoolers walking into their first day

Frost Middle School students were greeted by their Principals and Teachers this morning as they started another school year. They had big smiles as they entered the school to start class. Have a great year, students!

Frost Middle School very large honor society posing with their certificates

This year (2015-16), the Frost Middle School Honor Society was comprised of 110 students. These students have earned this distinction by demonstrating success in scholarship, leadership, character, and service. Our students must maintain 95% attendance, honor roll status, and a good discipline record as well. The Frost Middle School celebrated these students on Wednesday, June 1, 2016. Staff, students, families, and community are very proud of each and every FRMHS member!

Frost students holding poster about fighting diabetes

Frost Complex raised almost $5000 by Walking to help the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. Graduating 8th Graders are pictured with currecnt Kindergartners after the walk. Kona Ica also donated 20% of their sales during the event to the donation totals. Frost Complex participates in this event to support school community members afflicted with this disease.

The Frost Middle mock trial team in a court

Fourteen sixth, seventh, and eighth graders from the Frost Middle School have been working hard learning about law and on their Mock Trial case, Stella Johnson vs. Mayville School District.  Students were each assigned a role in the case, either acting as a witness or serving as a lawyer.  These student lawyers held their Mock Trial performance in front of family, friends, faculty, and Judge Jose Sanchez at the Fenton Judicial Center in Lawrence on December 7.  The jury made up of Frost Middle School faculty members and community representatives decided in favor of Stella and her tremendous team of attorneys.  Thanks to Discovering Justice and volunteer attorneys Eric Salach and Rebecca Sprizza for the awesome experience.