Category: District News

Frenship ISD Spelling Bee Champion on Four-Year Streak

Matthew Noel of Frenship Middle School takes first place for the fourth year in a row. “I’ll do the best I can do. That’s all I can do! I’ve studied hard for this.” These were the words spoken right before competition by…

Community Partner Tours Open Frenship’s Doors

“Even the longest-standing Frenship supporters end up surprised at the incredible things Frenship students experience each day.” – Keith Patrick, Frenship ISD.   Starting in the Fall of 2018, Frenship began offering student-led facility tours to parents, business owners, supporters, and anyone…

ESports: Changing the Game for Frenship Students

“It’s a community that a lot of these kids have wanted and now they’ve got it in a way they can be themselves and not be judged,” – Frenship Esports coach Nicholas Copeland.   Loud bursts of cheering echoed down the hallway.…

Career Ready: Equipping Students for Their Dreams

With 85 CTE courses and 19 industry certification exams, Frenship is preparing students for high-wage, high-demand, and high skilled careers. February is Career and Technical Education (CTE) Month, and Frenship is excited to join districts from across the country in celebrating the…
All State Band Qualifiers

Frenship High School Student Qualify for All-State Band

Congratulations to Frenship High School Band members Camden Smith and Quinton Bruce on being selected for the 2020 Texas All-State Band. They were selected at the Area A auditions held in Odessa in competition with students from the Panhandle, El Paso, Lubbock,…
Student relaxes in mindfulness matters room

Mindfulness Matters: Relaxing Space Created for Students

When we look around us, often times we can be consumed with life’s stressors. The hustle and bustle of daily routines tend to leave us exhausted or even worn. Working in education, looking at the simplicity, innocence and unlimited curiosity of children…
frenship pom squads pose with awards at the american dance and drill competition

Pom Squads Sweep Competition, Bring Home ‘Best of Best’ Title

The Frenship Varsity and JV Pom Squads brought home 20 awards from the American Dance and Drill Competition held at Lubbock High School this past weekend. Sweeping the competition, the squads brought home titles such as Best in Class JV Division, Best…
Kenzie Haulk reads to a second grade class in braille

Seeing Things Differently: A Lesson in Learning

Kenzie Haulk is a spunky little five-year-old, just ask her teacher. “She is a bundle of joy and energy all of the time,” laughed Bennett kindergarten teacher Aimee Dowger. “Her joy is contagious throughout our classroom and throughout our school.” Known to…
westwind students use dig kits to uncover teacher's baby names

Westwind Students Unearth a Special Surprise

By Angela Howard Excavating and analyzing artifacts and trying to discover items in the sand has been the routine in Mrs. Nelson’s GT class lately.  They have been “digging” and discovering relics hidden in the sand.  Usually, when they find items, they…