Category: Frenship ISD

FISD Board Approves 2019-2020 School Calendar

The Frenship ISD Board of Trustees unanimously approved the 2019-20 school calendar during their monthly meeting Monday night at the Casey Professional Building. The first day of school next year is scheduled for Monday, August 19, 2019. There are 170 scheduled days of instruction in the calendar, and all FISD campuses will also remain on…
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FHS Celebrates CTE Month

Career and Technology Education, or CTE, is education that directly prepares students for high-wage, high-demand careers. CTE encompasses many different types of education, including classroom learning, certification programs and work-based learning opportunities outside the classroom. What is CTE Month? CTE Month, is…

District S-P-E-L-L-I-N-G Bee Coming on Feb. 6

Students across the district competed in campus spelling bees last week to prepare for the district spelling bee on Feb. 6. Hundreds of students at elementary and middle school campuses braved the microphone and did their best at spelling the words called.…

Upland Heights Features Reading as the “Main Course”

Second graders at Upland Heights Elementary participated in a book tasting event last week. Upland Heights teachers, Tara Espindola and Karry McGinty, hosted the event to help students understand the author’s purpose of writing the books they featured. A book tasting is a…

FHS Students Advance to State in Latin Area D Convention

Frenship High School students competed in the Latin Area D Convention on Saturday. Every Frenship student who participated placed in the top five for at least one competition event qualifying them to compete at the state competition at Anderson High in Austin on…

Bennett Students Making Good Citizens

Bennett Elementary second graders in Sonia Rivas’s class are learning what it means to be a good citizen and what better way to learn about good citizens than to interview one. Randy Cisneros, Assistant Chief of Police with Wolfforth Police Department, shared…

PHOTO GALLERY: A Horse, a Cow, a Hedgehog, Oh My!

Pre-Kindergarten students at Oak Ridge Elementary soaked up the sunshine and enjoyed an outdoor visit from some furry friends last Friday. Party Time Ponies & Events brought a petting zoo to the school so students could learn about and interact with the…

Tiger Wrestlers Perform Well as District Competition Nears

The Frenship Tiger Girls wrestling team traveled to Bushland last weekend for the Lady Falcon Wrestling Classic. With some quality mat time, the girls look to be peaking at the right time with the wrestling district tournament right around the corner. Placing…

BOX SCORES: Tiger Hoops Sweep Midland High

The Frenship Tiger basketball teams swept Midland High Friday night at the Tiger Pit. Here’s a look at the box scores from Friday’s games: BOYS FRENSHIP 77, MIDLAND 62 FHS 19 13 23 22 – 77 MHS 21 14 15 12 –…

Westwind Students Learn that Character Counts

By Angela Howard Westwind Elementary students are studying the six pillars of character which include trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, caring, citizenship and fairness. Last week, their focus turned specifically to the character trait of fairness. Students in Mrs. Fassauer’s room played board games,…
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