Category: Wolfforth News

Frenship Schools and Community Partners Serve Students and Families

Frenship’s Tiger Bites program provides both federally funded and donation-based food assistance to any child and family in Frenship ISD that may need assistance. Through weekend food bags, summer feeding programs, Thanksgiving meals, and food assistance during Winter Break, Frenship works with…

Upland Heights Teacher Incorporates Frenship’s SERVE Model in Virtual Teaching

Despite the challenges many educators are facing this school year, Upland Heights teacher Jacie Studebaker is implementing creative ways to keep her fifth-grade virtual learning students connected, engaged, and interactive. Studebaker said that when she was first approached about virtual teaching, she…

Elections Office Seeking Student Participants

The Lubbock County Elections Office is currently needing students to participate in the upcoming 2020 Elections.  This program is ideal for the student who displays a strong work ethic and a desire to learn about the electoral process.  Attached to this email is a…

Frenship ISD Bond Moved to November 3 Election

During the August 17 school board meeting, the Frenship ISD Board of Trustees approved an order calling for a bond election on November 3, 2020. The bond election was previously scheduled for May but was postponed due to COVID-19. The continual commercial…