600 New Teachers Arrive In FriscoThe school district is bringing in the new teachers to reduce classroom sizes in this booming city. The school year begins August 15.
Man Charged In Crash That Killed 2 Frisco ISD Sisters In Central TexasThe driver of that vehicle, Macario Hernandez, 61, is charged with two counts of accident involving death and three counts of accident involving injury.
Child On Wrong Bus Incident Leads To Plan For Automated Tracking If Frisco Voters ApproveFrisco ISD leaders say an incident involving a missing student led to a proposal they are asking voters to approve on Tuesday.
Frisco ISD Celebrates 60,000th StudentFrisco ISD leaders, students and staff celebrated the milestone enrollee at the school on Tuesday.
Frisco ISD Considering $695 Million Bond Program, Lowering Property Tax RateFrisco ISD is considering a proposal that would build new schools and make existing campuses safer -- all while lowering the property tax rate.
2 Frisco Middle School Students Arrested For ThreatsPolice said the threats were reported to school staff Tuesday by students who overheard the two 14-year-olds discussing bringing guns to school and shooting people.
Frisco ISD Transportation Worker Indicted For Injury To Disabled ChildA bruise, along with what appears to be a fingernail impression on her son's thigh, is what first got the attention of Tanya Adams.
Frisco ISD Educators Rewarded For Their PassionThrough the annual program "Grants for Great Ideas," a North Texas school district is rewarding educators for their passion.
Frisco ISD 5th Grader Accuses Student Of Bullying, Sexual AssaultA mother is outraged over how she says a Frisco ISD elementary school is handling her son's accusations that he is being bullied and was sexually assaulted.
Higher Housing Prices Blamed For Slowing Frisco ISD EnrollmentRecords show on average, the district has grown by more than 3,000 students each year for the past ten years. But that rate has slowed.
Budget Issues Hang Over Frisco ISD's New School YearMore than 56,000 students in the Frisco ISD head back to class on Monday with a couple of changes. Officials point to a failed property tax hike as the reason for current budget woes.