Category: District News

Frenship Foundation Teacher Grant Applications NOW OPEN

Since 2012, the Frenship Foundation has awarded more than $300,000 in teacher grants. These grants help fund materials, technology, supplies, and innovative projects that engage students and spark a passion for learning. If you are a Frenship ISD teacher or instructional staff…

NINTH GRADE CENTER TEACHER RECEIVES WHAT-A-TEACHER GRANT

During Teacher Appreciation week, Shana Fry at the FHS Ninth Grade Center was surprised with a $1,000 What-A-Teacher grant. In 2020, Whataburger launched their Feeding Student Success initiative to connect communities with Whataburger to provide essential tools for the students and teachers…

FRENSHIP ISD CELEBRATES THE FIRST BILINGUAL GRADUATING CLASS

Frenship ISD dual language program started 14 years ago and is now seeing the first graduating class. The dual language program first started at Willow Bend Elementary and has continued to grow. The purpose of this program is to help teach fundamentals…

FRENSHIP HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR AWARDED $180,000 SCHOLARSHIP

Last week, Frenship Senior Hunter White was surprised with a $180,000 NROTC scholarship that he will be able to use at any college of his choice. United States Marines Sergeant James Ramirez and Sergeant Kadrick Johnson surprised White with a check for…

WESTWIND ELEMENTARY STUDENTS LEARN THE POWER OF POSITIVITY

The girls of Westwind Elementary spend an afternoon with Miss Westlake, building their self-confidence and completing a service project. Last Thursday, several girls from Westwind Elementary had the opportunity to meet Nicole Wingard, the current Miss Westgate, where she spoke to the…
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FRENSHIP ELEMENTARY AND MIDDLE SCHOOLS TAKE THEIR ROBOTS TO THE MOON

Get Excited About Robotics, GEAR, is a program that Frenship elementary and middle school campuses participate and compete in. Students and coaches prepare for GEAR Robotics events by building robots with the LEGO Mindstorms program and the EV3 robots. Teams of students…