Stacey Kadrmas, Principal
1505 E. Hoyt Ave., St. Paul, MN 55106
651-293-8930 | Get directions
Today’s children are being prepared for jobs and careers that don’t exist yet. We do know they will need the interpersonal skills to collaborate effectively: solid communication, flexibility, creativity, and an ability to seek and understand new information. Technology plays an important role in our school. Our students use iPads, iPods, interactive white boards and many other tools to master and enjoy reading and math.
Celebrating our achievements and hard work is important at Frost Lake. We model respectful behavior, acts of kindness and generosity to help our children become contributing members of their community.
Our school features the right mix of innovation, skills-based learning including balanced literacy, writing, Everyday Math, integration of technology with classroom instruction and team teaching and more.
Writer's Workshop, Reader's Workshop and Everyday Math help students learn effective writing, reading comprehension and math skills that create powerful life-long learning tools for our students.
As principal of Frost Lake Elementary School, I have found my calling. This many-layered job brings together my passion for improving urban education, my belief that strong and healthy relationships are the foundation for all meaningful work, and my experience as a teacher and a teachers' coach over the course of my career in St. Paul.
Frost Lake Magnet School
(grades K - 5)
1505 E Hoyt Avenue
Saint Paul, MN 55106
School Hours: 9:30AM - 4 PM
Telephone number: 651-293-893
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What do students like about Frost Lake?
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