Principal Letter

We are going through difficult times with the current COVID-19 pandemic as a school community. Health and safety of the members of our community is of utmost concern as we continue to closely monitor the situation. At the same time, we are also doing our best to minimize the effects of the situation on our students’ education. Staying away from each other physically does not make it easy to accomplish but we live in a digital world and fortunately today’s technology makes it possible for learning to continue despite this obstacle. 

Our staff has been working hard to make a transition from brick-and-mortar education to digital learning within a very short period. While we are trying to transform into online education it is expected to encounter many difficulties. I believe those difficulties can be overcome easily as we work together as a learning community. 

 
About Principal

Elyar Isgandarli has been an educator for ten years. He started his career in education in 2009 as a computer and mathematics teacher. In 2011, he joined the Frontier School System and taught middle and high school math, ACT math, automation & robotic and character education at Frontier School of Excellence. He later served as the assistant principal/college counselor for several years at FSE before becoming the school principal in 2018.

Mr. Elyar earned his Bachelor of Science in Drilling Engineering from Azerbaijan State Oil Academy (Baku, Azerbaijan) in 2009. He later earned a Master of Arts in Educational Administration from the University of Missouri-Kansas City. Currently, he is in the Interdisciplinary PhD Program in Educational Administration and Curriculum & Instruction at UMKC and working on his dissertation.