Welcome to Frost Elementary

Recognized Frost Elementary is a TEA Recognized Campus.
Frost Elementary will provide all scholars an educational experience which will foster the development of their full intellectual, physical, and social potential so that all scholars are respectful, responsible, ready to learn, and prepared to become contributing members of our community.
Our school is named in honor of Jack Frost, superintendent of GISD from 1969-1988.
Please follow the link below to access our 2012-2013 Campus Improvement Plan and TEA 2012 District Accountability Data Table

Frost News

District News

  • GHS Football Advances in Playoffs

    The GHS Eagles football team continues their post-season play in an Area playoff game against Boerne Champion on Friday, November 20. Click the headline above for game details.

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  • Veterans Day Celebrations Across Georgetown ISD

    The celebration of Veterans Day is a long-standing tradition in Georgetown ISD. The district will be honoring veterans this year with a variety of programs and ceremonies held throughout the day on Veterans Day, Wednesday, November 11th. We invite veterans and active military members in our community to join us at any of these celebrations. Click the headline above for details.

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  • Georgetown ISD Voters Approve $160.6 Million Bond package

    On Tuesday, November 3, Georgetown ISD voters approved a $160.6 million bond package that will positively impact the future of our students, the district, and the community we serve. The bond is dedicated to building new facilities and purchasing land to manage growth, renovating existing facilities to provide equity between schools, and addressing other district-wide improvements and infrastructure upgrades. Click the headline above for more details.

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  • Gifted and Talented Referral Period November 2-19

    Georgetown ISD will begin the referral process for students in grades K-5 on November 2, 2015. Click the headline above for more information.

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  • SeaPerch Program Moving Forward After First Year Successes

    SeaPerch teams for the 2015-2016 school year are in the process of forming. Click the headline above for more information on this program which encourages students to develop science, technology, engineering, math, and problem solving skills as part of cooperative teams.

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