Principal Letter

Welcome to Frontier School of Innovation-Elementary School, the home of the Tigers! I am thrilled that you have decided to view our school's website in order to learn more about the wonderful students, staff, and activities we have to offer. 

Frontier School of Innovation staff will work hard to establish a positive culture for learning with a focus on student data to inform instruction to ensure our students’ needs are being met. We anticipate a most successful year as the team supports the academic, social, and emotional growth of the children here at FSI-E. We will work together to provide the students with the best possible opportunities in preparing them to be world-class citizens. 

I encourage you to visit FSI-Elementary and see that we are a school committed to children. You will find that this is an energetic and engaging community of teachers and learners. To our parents, we believe that your involvement is an essential component to the academic success of your child. I encourage you to visit FSI-Elementary School's website often, meet your child's teacher and get engaged in all that FSI-Elementary School has to offer. Your participation in our school is needed and greatly appreciated!

Thank you for entrusting us with your child's education. We look forward to partnering with you as we work toward personalizing learning experiences for all students. 


Lauren O’Connor, Principal

Frontier School of Innovation-Elementary


About the Principal

Mrs. O’Connor is currently in her 10th year in administration and 13th year in education. Mrs. O’Connor is serving as our principal at Frontier School of Innovation-Elementary for the 2022-2023 school year. Mrs. O’Connor served as the Assistant Principal of Academics at the Elementary building for 8 years, prior to taking on this position.

Prior to becoming an administrator, she spent 3 years teaching 1st grade at FSI.

Mrs. O’Connor grew up in Kansas City, MO and earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education and Early Childhood Special Education from Northwest Missouri State University in 2009. In 2015, she earned a Master of Arts degree in Educational Administration from Baker University.