Category: Featured

FRENSHIP HIGH SCHOOL MENTOR CLASSES HELP SPREAD HOLIDAY CHEER

Before Winter break, students in the Family and Community Service course and Counseling and Mental Health course worked to create Christmas cards that they later delivered to the 90 residents of Crown Point Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Lubbock. Stacy Barnett, Family…

FIFTEEN FRENSHIP STUDENTS GRADUATE FROM REESE EDUCATION CENTER

Congratulations to the 15 Frenship students who graduated from the Reese Education Center on December 16. During the graduation ceremony, two students were surprised with scholarships from the Frenship Foundation for Leadership. Kambree Rogers and Michael Bryant were selected by the Frenship…

Legacy Elementary Life Skills Students SERVE Thanksgiving Lunch

Before the Thanksgiving break, students in the Life Skills program at Legacy Elementary helped prepare and serve the Thanksgiving meal to students, staff, and families. Melanie Braune, Special Education and Life Skills teacher at Legacy, said while the main focus of Life…

Frenship ISD Gifted and Talented Program Now Accepting Referrals

The referral window for the Frenship ISD Gifted and Talented Program is open, as they are accepting referrals for students in first through 11th grades until December 10. If you are interested in referring your student for our Gifted and Talented program,…

Frenship High School Choir to Host Madrigal Dinner

Step back in time to the Renaissance era as the Frenship High School choir performs in the Madrigal Dinner, December 10 and 11. The dinner is to be hosted at the Broadway Church of Christ in Lubbock, located at 1924 Broadway. Students…

Frenship ISD Names New Director of Athletics

Frenship ISD is excited to welcome Bryan Gerlich to the Frenship family as the new Director of Athletics. The district’s recommendation to hire Gerlich was officially accepted by the Frenship ISD Board of Trustees during a November 19 school board meeting. Gerlich…

Crestview Elementary Hosts Drive to Benefit Lubbock Impact

The Crestview Elementary Student Council hosted a food and supplies drive this week that will benefit Lubbock Impact, a mission that helps those in need around the South Plains in the areas of food, clothing, and healthcare. Crestview Student Council organized five…