Frisco ISD Approves Added Athletics Fee To Close Budget ShortfallFrisco ISD approved a package of 60 proposals 6 to 1 to cut costs and raise revenues to help offset a $5.8 million hole in the budget created after voters rejected a tax increase last summer.
Public Hearing And Vote On 2017-2018 Frisco ISD BudgetAfter months of discussion on how to fix the school districts budget woes, a public hearing and vote on the 2017-2018 budget is expected to happen tonight at the Frisco Independent School District school board meeting.
Frisco ISD Hires New SuperintendentDr. Mike Waldrip, current superintendent of Coppell ISD, will replace Dr. Jeremy Lyon in Frisco ISD on July 1.
Frisco ISD Names Lone Finalist For SuperintendentAfter a nearly two-month long search process, the school board picks Dr. Mike Waldrip, the superintendent at Coppell ISD.
Frisco ISD To Consider Pay-To-Play Sports Over Budget ShortfallThe Frisco ISD is still trying to figure out how to deal with a $30 million budget shortfall.
Frisco ISD Mulling $30 Million Budget Shortfall Following Failed Bond ProposalThe Frisco school board got to hear about the latest ideas to cut into a $30 million budget shortfall resulting from a failed bond proposal.
CAIR Calls Texas AG's Objection To Muslim Prayer Room A 'Cheap Islamophobic Publicity Stunt'The Texas office of the Council on American-Islamic Relations condemned state Attorney General Ken Paxton's objection to the use of a spare classroom in Frisco ISD by Muslim students to perform daily prayers.
Frisco ISD Says Prayer Room For All Students Frisco ISD’s superintendent is accusing the Texas Attorney General’s Office of engaging in a “publicity stunt” after it send the district a letter questioning the legality of an on campus prayer room.
Frisco ISD Refutes Texas AG's Muslim Prayer Room ConcernsA Texas school district says Republican Attorney General Ken Paxton is raising unfounded concerns about religious freedom over a spare classroom where Muslim students pray.
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.