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2017 Football Playoffs Information

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Congratulations to those teams representing Frisco ISD in the opening rounds of the  UIL state football playoffs.  Lone Star High School won district 13-5A. Reedy, Wakeland, and Centennial High Schools filling out the remaining spots, respectively. Lone Star v The Colony THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 2017 7:00 PM at the Ford Center at The Star. ALL TICKETS $10 Wakeland v Prosper THURSDAY, …

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FISD High Schools to Offer Cardiac Screenings for Student Athletes

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Frisco ISD cares about your child’s heart health, so we are partnering with Who We Play For to screen students with an ECG (electrocardiogram). An ECG, also known as an EKG, can detect issues in the heart that can be missed in a standard physical. Please consider signing up your child for this very important screening. A simple cardiac screening …

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FISD Boasts 19 All-State Orchestra Students

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Nineteen Frisco ISD orchestra students have been accepted into the prestigious Texas Music Educators Association All-State ensembles. “This is a six-month long process with students starting to learn full-length professional-level etudes in May. At the end of July, they begin preparing eight professional-level audition excerpts. Many of these are the same level as auditions for professional symphonies. However, in order …

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FISD Teaches Students to Be Cyber Safe in Online World

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Teachers say it’s kind of like a modern day lesson in stranger danger. “Don’t talk to anyone that you don’t know.” “Don’t give out your phone number or address.” “Tell an adult if someone texted you that you don’t know.” These comments from second graders at Scott Elementary prove they’ve gotten the message. “You have to be careful on the …

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Space Still Available This Year for Tuition-Supported Pre-K

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The Frisco ISD Early Childhood School has a limited number of spaces still available for students to enroll in tuition-supported pre-kindergarten during the 2017-18 school year. The tuition-supported program is an opportunity for students who would not otherwise qualify to attend the school. Students get a jump start on learning in Frisco ISD and build readiness skills for successful entry …

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Frisco Education Foundation Says Thanks for Supporting Fun Run

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The last runner has crossed the finish line for Gary Burns Fun Run 2017 and the Frisco Education Foundation reports that 2,236 people ran the 5K event and 412 walked or jogged the Fun Run. A great time was had by all and funds have been raised to support the Foundation and its mission to provide scholarships, grants and opportunities …

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FEF Grants Are Music to Teachers’ Ears

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What has four strings, is easy to store and provides loads of musical fun? The ukulele! The Frisco Education Foundation made four more campuses strum for joy as their music teachers learned their request for a grant to fund a ukulele program to supplement their curriculum was approved. Teachers’ smiles lit up the room as the “Grants for Great Ideas!” …

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Liberty Girls’ Team Wins State Championship in Cross Country

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The girls’ cross country team from Liberty High School was crowned 5A state champions over the weekend, the first-ever team state title for the school. It was also the first girls’ cross country state championship for Frisco ISD since former Superintendent and Coach Dr. Rick Reedy led Frisco High School to the girls’ title in 1982. Liberty senior Carrie Fish …

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Reedy Golfer’s Hole-In-One Supports Breast Cancer Research

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An amazing shot by a golfer from Reedy High School is paying off for the National Breast Cancer Foundation. Sophomore Nia Knights made a hole-in-one on October 26 at the Golf-Fore-A Cure Invitational at Sherrill Park in Richardson. The shot, made on the 6th hole from 129 yards out, earned a $2,500 donation for the National Breast Cancer Foundation courtesy …

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Curtsinger Flag Football Tournament Benefits Frisco Family Services

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Frisco ISD and Curtsinger Elementary are committed to meeting the needs of the whole child – that means meeting each student’s physical, emotional and social needs, as well as their academic ones. The school hosted its annual flag football tournament for grades 3-5 in October at Centennial High School. The “Tiny Titan Bowl” promotes exercise and healthy eating habits. To …