Frenship ISD Welcomes New Administrative Leadership

As of August, six administrators will be entering into new roles in Frenship ISD.

The Frenship family is expanding for the 2017-2018 school year.

Frenship’s own Jeremy Fair will be transitioning from 8th grade pre-algebra and coaching at Terra Vista Middle School. He will continue to serve middle school students as an assistant principal at Heritage Middle School.



Lara Nelson, another Frenship native, will be the new assistant principal at Upland Heights Elementary. Nelson brings 14 years of teaching experience to her new position, 10 of which were completed at North Ridge and Willow Bend elementary.


Aimee Stroope is returning to FISD after spending the past six years as the principal of Scharbauer Elementary in Midland, TX. During her previous five year tenure at FISD, Stroope served as a second grade teacher at Crestview and Oak Ridge elementary.


In addition to the new administration at the elementary and middle school level, the opening of the FHS Ninth Grade Center will usher in three dynamic and highly capable individuals.

Heath Simpson will be heading up the administrative staff as principal of the FHS Ninth Grade Center.  Simpson has served as an assistant principal at FHS for four years and is looking forward to opening a school in his new role.

“I’m excited about the environment we’re creating for teachers and students,” explained Simpson. “We’re ready to promote The Frenship Way that this district has been all about.”

Heather Wainscott will be advancing from her position as a 2nd grade teacher to assistant principal at the FHS Ninth Grade Center. Wainscott has taught a variety of grades throughout her fourteen year education career in Frenship ISD, Lubbock ISD, Keller ISD, Dallas ISD and St. Tammany Parish ISD in Mandeville, Louisiana.




Also joining the administrative staff at FHS Ninth Grade Center is Cale Bridges. Bridges previously served as an English teacher at Frenship High School. When asked about what he is most excited about for the upcoming year Bridges described, “I’m most excited to foster a smaller atmosphere where students can really develop a family feel.”

Frenship ISD welcomes the new administrative staff and wishes them the greatest success in their upcoming school year.