Category: District News

Westwind Kindergarten Students Learn All About Butterflies

By Angela Howard Mrs. Kaldenberg and Mrs. Ackerman’s classes have been studying life cycles. As a part of this life cycle study, students have been watching caterpillars turn into chrysalis and then emerging from their chrysalis as butterflies. They enjoyed watching the butterflies in their classroom for a while, but knew that they would need…
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FHS Students Pitch Business Models to Industry Experts at Texas Tech

By Taysha Williams – Program Director, Innovation Hub at Research Park Frenship High School students participated in the Red Raider Startup Program at Texas Tech University’s Innovation Hub and Research Park April 11-13 where they had a chance to create a business…

Easter Comes Early for UMC Pediatric Patients Thanks to NJHS

Frenship, Heritage and Terra Vista Middle School put smiles on the faces of 30 children last Thursday when members of the National Junior Honor Society delivered Easter baskets to University Medical Center’s Pediatric Floor. Kim Thomson, NJHS sponsor at HMS, said this…

FMS Assistant Principal Brandi Savage Named AP of the Year

Congratulations goes out to Brandi Savage, assistant principal at Frenship Middle School, for her recent selection as the Region 17 Assistant Principal of the Year by the Texas Association of Secondary School Principals. The announcement happened during the TASSP regional meeting on…

FHS Students Advance to State in Academic UIL Contests

Congratulations to the Frenship High School students who competed and placed at the Academic UIL Regional competition on Friday and Saturday, April 12-13 at the University of Texas in Arlington. In Prose Interpretation, Alex Lopez finished in second place and qualified for…

How Fast Can You Math?: Westwind Elementary Holds Annual Math Bee

By Angela Howard Math: It’s In the Family Numbers were multiplying all over the place at Westwind Elementary as students competed in the annual Math Bee. Students were divided up by grade level when competing in this challenging event. It all added…

NGC Art Club Shows Skill at City Competition

Students in the FHS Ninth Grade Center Art Club participated in the City of Lubbock’s “Stash the Trash” design competition. Students were given a trash barrel and asked to design something that represents Lubbock. Designs were on display at the First Friday…

Frenship High School Art Students Win Big at Competitions

Heidi Scholz, a senior at Frenship High School, is once again headed to New York City for the National Scholastic Art and Writing competition. Out of more than 340,000 entries nationwide, both of Heidi’s pieces were awarded a Gold and Silver Key…

Frenship Middle School March Madness

By Briana Massey Seventh grade students at Frenship Middle School brought the madness of March basketball into their classrooms and created their own tournament of books. Students voted in the top 32 books for the 7th grade class and read each book…

Upland Heights Math Classroom Goes Under Construction

Upland Heights Elementary fourth grade teacher, Mrs. Flores, makes sure to incorporate a real world application into every lesson she teaches to make learning fun and engaging for her students. After finishing up a lesson on area and perimeter, Mrs. Flores decided…
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