The Frontier HS Leos were proud to be recognized by the OUHSD school board on Wednesday night. This is the 5th year FHS has had the Leo program, sponsored by the Pleasant Valley Lions. With each consecutive year the club size has grown, beginning with 15 students in 2012 and now including over 10% of the school population.
The Leos serve their community through a variety of events, both through donation and service. This year alone (September through November), the group has raised over $2400 and presently has a budget exceeding $2500. To date they have supported ARC, the American Cancer Society and Food Share. They are presently working with Interface to adopt a homeless family for the holidays. In addition, they have performed over 350 hours of community service, including the Camarillo Peace Pole dedication, the Coastal Clean Up, the Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) program (run through the Ventura County Fire Department) and as translators at Frontier’s Back to School Night.
The work of the FHS Leos have made a monumental impact in their communities, and in turn, strengthened the positive reputation of Frontier High School.