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.
Frisco ISD Moves Forward After Rejected Property Tax IncreaseAfter a divisive election that saw lawn signs throughout Frisco neighborhoods adamantly supporting both yes and no positions, a majority of voters chose to reject a higher tax rate to fund day-to-day school district operations.
Frisco ISD Voters Reject Property Tax IncreaseVoters in Frisco ISD rejected a proposed $0.13 property tax increase Saturday. The tax hike would have gone to hiring more teachers/staff and to decrease class sizes.
Cowboys' Ford Center Hosts Frisco ISD Football KickoffAll eight Frisco ISD teams faced off Saturday in a quadruple header to kick off the season at the Cowboys new Ford Center.
Ticket Scalpers Demanding Premium For Frisco ISD Kickoff At The StarThis weekend's opening games have been sold out for more than a month, but now with only a few days left before kickoff, some are scrambling to get their hands on tickets, and they won't be cheap.
Frisco ISD Faces Funding Vote As Students ReturnChildren are heading back to classes in the Frisco ISD on Monday, but educators, voters and even drivers across the district have a lot on their minds as well, as the new school year begins.
Frisco ISD Players Get First Look Inside Cowboys' Ford CenterThe professional practice field will double as home to Frisco ISD games and other school events.
Frisco ISD Prepares To Share Ford Center With Dallas CowboysImagine you're a high school athlete and you’re preparing to run out and play on the same turf as the Dallas Cowboys! That's a reality for students in Frisco this fall.
High School Teams As Eager As Cowboys For Star To OpenIt was moving day for Dallas Cowboys employees. Workers have been busy packing up Valley Ranch as they prepare to settle into their new digs in Collin County.
Collin County Growth Evident At School RegistrationOne of the fastest growing school districts in Texas, Frisco ISD expects to add 3,600 students this year.
Progress On New Headquarters Clears Path For Cowboys, Student AthletesEventually the lot just east of the future Omni hotel will be the site of a world class sports medicine facility.
Frisco ISD Approves Tax Hike To Pay Teachers; Now Up To VotersThe school board wants to raise property taxes by 13 cents for every $100 of property value.