View Post

Collin College Hires Aecom Technical Services, Inc. For Bond Program Management

In School News by admin

At a special meeting May 15, the Collin College Board of Trustees voted 8-0 to authorize District President Dr. Neil Matkin to execute a contract with AECOM Technical Services, Inc. for phase one of bond program management.         The action had been under consideration by the board and discussed in public meetings since February, pending the outcome of the college’s bond …

View Post

Varsity Football Season Tickets On Sale Now!

In Featured Home 3, School News by admin

Season tickets for the 2017 Frisco ISD football season are available for purchase now through Sunday, July 9 at tickets.friscoisd.org. Frisco ISD students welcome fans as they showcase their talents through competition and exhibition. Not only will you get the pleasure of watching District 13-5A football, you’ll also have the opportunity to view performances by our award-winning Frisco ISD fine arts …

View Post

FISD All-State Musicians to Perform With Dallas Symphony

In Featured Home 2, High School by admin

More than a dozen Frisco ISD band and orchestra students are getting a once-in-lifetime opportunity to perform at a concert alongside professionals from the Dallas Symphony Orchestra (DSO). It’s the first time FISD high school students will share the stage with DSO musicians – a rare honor made possible through the District’s ongoing partnership with the symphony. Students will play …

View Post

FISD Recommends Two Percent Raise for Staff in 2017-18 School Year

In School News by admin

The Frisco ISD School Board heard a summary of the proposed 2017-18 budget Monday, with two changes from last month based on feedback from staff and trustees. District leaders are now recommending a two percent raise for staff next school year. A one percent raise had been presented in April as part of a list of more than 50 budget recommendations. …

View Post

FISD Athletes Compete at State Track Meet

In School News by admin

Frisco ISD had seven individual athletes and two relay teams participate in 12 events at the UIL State Track and Field Meet, held May 11-13 at Mike A. Myers Stadium in Austin. In the boys’ team standings, Liberty High School led Frisco ISD and placed 10th overall, while Heritage High School was in the top 25. The Liberty girls’ team finished …

View Post

Frisco ISD Graduation Ceremonies Set for June 2-3

In Featured Home 1, School News by admin

Frisco ISD is honored to join family and friends in celebrating members of the graduating Class of 2017. More than 3,000 high school seniors will cross the stage and accept diplomas during commencement ceremonies on Friday and Saturday, June 2 and 3. This year, ceremonies will run concurrently at Dr Pepper Arena, 2601 Avenue of the Stars, and Ford Center …

View Post

FISD Golfers Compete at State Championships

In School News by admin

Frisco ISD advanced two teams, along with two individuals, to participate in the UIL Golf State Tournament this month. The girls championships were held May 15-16 and the boys tournament will be held May 22-23. 4A Girls Lebanon Trail High School’s Olivia Mitchell came strong out of the gate playing at the 4A championships at Slick Rock Golf Course at …

View Post

Frisco ISD Honors Top Ten Graduates and Their Selected Teachers

In School News by admin

Frisco ISD was proud to host top ten students from all seven FISD high schools with 2017 graduating classes, along with their families and honored teachers, at the annual Top Ten Luncheon at Collin College on May 17. The event recognizes seniors for their outstanding academic achievements and gives them the opportunity to say “thank you” to teachers who have …

View Post

Fowler Middle School Celebrates 10 Years of Educating Students

In School News by admin

Fowler Middle School is celebrating 10 years of educating students and being the only Frisco ISD middle school located in the City of Plano. Principal Donnie Wiseman, who opened Fowler, faced the challenge of leading a Frisco ISD secondary campus with parents and students who live in the City of Plano with a very positive attitude. FMS has become a …

View Post

Collin College Student Claims Poteat Scholarship

In School News by admin

May 12, 2017 ­– Mary Cronin of Dallas was recently awarded a $1,000 scholarship from the National Technical Honor Society. A Collin College student enrolled in the Health Information Management Program with a GPA of 4.0., Cronin was one of 225 outstanding NTHS members to receive a Jon H. Poteat Scholarship. For more than 30 years, NTHS has honored the …