Category: District News

PHOTO GALLERY: District-Wide Easter Activities

Elementary students across the District celebrated the Easter holiday with scavenger hunts, Easter themed projects and of course, the much anticipated egg-hunt. Check out some pictures from all of the EGG-citement below:
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PHOTO GALLERY: Math Goes 3D at Upland Heights

The third grade math teachers at Upland Heights Elementary brought in technology to help identify 3D shapes and all of their attributes. The students were able to use Ipads to describe different real-life objects with edges, vertices, faces and bases. Third grade…

TVMS Students Tour Three Local College Campuses

The eighth-grade class from Terra Vista Middle School had the opportunity to glimpse into their future last Friday when the students visited one of three local college campuses. Lubbock Christian University, South Plains College and Texas Tech University all opened their doors…

Frenship High FCCLA Teams Headed to State!

Eighteen of Frenship High School’s finest students competed last weekend at the the Region I Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) competition in Odessa. At the end of the day, nine Frenship teams qualified for state. Here are the specific…

Oak Ridge Raises Record Amount for Charity

Oak Ridge Elementary held a fundraiser for the Children’s Miracle Network last month. They set a goal to raise $2,000 as a campus and surpassed that mark by reaching 140% of their goal for a total of $2,794. In order to raise…

Frenship Students Shine at Regional Science Fair

Fourth grade Bennett Elementary student, Jacen Phillips, received 1st place and received a Certificate of Excellence award for his project. Fourth and fifth grade students from Frenship ISD participated in the Regional Science Fair at the United Supermarkets Arena at Texas Tech…

PHOTO GALLERY: Oh the Places Frenship Students Will Go

Frenship ISD students celebrated Dr. Seuss Week with red fish, blue fish and green eggs and ham. In honor of Dr. Seuss’ birthday, which has been dubbed “Read Across America Day,” students across the district participated in dress-up days, learned all about…
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