Frost Elementary Events

three students holding their new book

The Read for Success program is a supplemental read-aloud program from Reading is Fundamental, a non-profit devoted to inspiring passion for reading amongst all children. Rising 1st-3rd graders across many Lawrence Public Schools are participating in this summer school read-aloud program, which also provides books for students to take home. These students holding their new book are participating at the Frost School.

student at a table with visitors from the state

Breakfast is an important meal and the Frost Elementary School recently had visitors from the State to take a look at their model for "Breakfast after the Bell". Students in Elementary School receive a balanced breakfast to get them ready to learn.

large group of students and teachers with star sunglasses

Frost Elementary School celebrated their local stars in Red Carpet style for the viewing party of "Arthur". These talented students are highlighted in the recent episode of this famous PBS show dealing with the theme of displacement. Click here for the local story. 

Students building Beaver Dams

Frost Lion 1st graders have been working hard building dams in Science to mimic the behavior of beavers.  

camera crew recording student classroom

The Frost Elementary welcomed a film crew from WGBH this week.  The PBS show, Arthur, visited the Frost to film a segment for a future episode to air this May. The episode will explore the concept of displacement.  Many students shared their experiences with the film crew following the September 13th gas disaster.