Frost Elementary, like many Pasco schools provides Spanish bilingual education classes. However, it is unique because it provides bilingual education in Russian. Subjects in bilingual classrooms are taught in students' primary language as they acquire English. Seventy-eightstudents are enrolled in the school’s K–5th grade Russian late exit transitional bilingual program. The Spanish Bilingual Spectrum Program is also housed at Frost. This program has98 students enrolled in kinder through 5th grade. In addition, Frost has two Structured Learning classrooms for students who need extra support both socially and academically. Frost Elementary holds daily drawings for students who have earned Cougar Paws, an incentive program recognizing students for doing their best, helping others, solving problems, making good decisions, and showing respect.