Frisco Independent School District
A major milestone has been reached in Frisco. Construction on the new Dallas Cowboys headquarters has reached the halfway point.
Despite being asked, over school loud speaker, by Frisco Independent School District Superintendent Dr. Jeremy Lyon not to, hundreds of students from Frisco High School left their classrooms and took to the streets Tuesday.
It could have been disastrous… a rolling school bus, with two special ed students onboard, catches fire. But quick actions by the driver and a school monitor helped everyone escape unhurt.
There are few issues in Frisco that will get people more upset than redrawn school boundaries. A new proposal, dropped in front of parents Monday evening, is sending shock-waves through some homes.
Parents knew Corbell Elementary School principal David Wehmeyer suddenly resigned, but were surprised to find out why. According to the Frisco ISD, Wehmeyer quit after police alleged he stole some student medication.
There has been a major decision in the Frisco Independent School District. Monday night the school board voted to approve a referendum for voters to decide on a nearly $800 million bond proposal.
One subject that will bring the emotions of many a parent to a boil is — school re-zoning. Changing a child’s school district is not what most parents want, but it was a topic on the table in Frisco Monday night.
The Frisco ISD is bursting at the seams. It’s growing so quickly, that for the first time, the school district closed off some elementary schools to new students — weeks before classes even began.
As one of the fastest growing districts in the nation, hundreds of new teachers – and thousands of new students – are expected in Frisco for the 2013-2014 school year.
Families from across the state and nation are moving to the city of Frisco. While they all have their various reasons for packing up and heading out, many go to the city for one main reason: the schools.
Dr. Rick Reedy, Superintendent of the Frisco Independent School District, announced his plans to retire this year.
A Frisco teacher’s aide was at work last week when she was struck by lightning, but the most shocking thing happened when the woman tried to pay her medical bills.