Dallas & Fort Worth ISDs Get 'D's From TEA Preliminary ReportThe Texas Education Agency released the grades they have given to each Texas public school and their respective school districts in what the agency is calling a "work in progress" report.
Median Price For New Home Reaches New Heights In FriscoThe median price of a new home in Frisco has topped $500,000 for the first time.
Families Frustrated Over New Schools Delay In FriscoAfter construction wraps up on Memorial High School, the neighborhood near the school will be looking at a vacant building.
Frisco ISD Delays New School OpeningsThe Frisco ISD is looking into more ways to save money after delaying the opening of four new schools for a year. The decision was made during a board meeting held Monday night.
Frisco ISD Votes To Delay Opening Of All 4 SchoolsThe Frisco ISD school board voted to delay opening four new campuses Monday night.
Future Of 4 Frisco Schools Up For VoteThe Frisco ISD school board will decide Monday night whether to delay opening the four new schools in an effort to cut costs.
Frisco ISD Budget Problems Could Have Huge Impact On DistrictThe move would save FISD 18 million dollars. But saving money will come with a cost.
Frisco ISD Could Delay New School OpeningsA meeting in Frisco on Thursday night could determine the future of several schools which are currently under construction.
Parents Upset Over 'Pay To Play' Proposal For Frisco ISD StudentsFollowing the news of a budget shortfall in the Frisco ISD, some parents of Frisco students are outraged over a potential new "pay to play" situation.
School District May Add $300 Activity FeeYou have to look hard on the list of possible budget cuts Frisco ISD is considering to notice it. But a proposed $300 activity fee sticks out like a sore thumb to parents.
Frisco ISD Considers Budget Cuts After $30M ShortfallFrisco ISD has a $30 million budget shortfall looming after voters rejected a tax increase to offset it.
Belt-Tightening In Frisco After Voters Reject Tax HikeFrisco ISD leaders in the fast-growing Collin County suburb are working to fill a $30 million hole after voters rejected a proposed 13 cent tax hike last weekend.