It is important to remember that the Board operates as a collective group, which includes the Superintendent - a team of eight. If you have information you would like to share with the Board, there are several ways to communicate with the Board of Trustees.
The Board welcomes comments at Board meetings from citizens who sign up prior to the meeting. Speakers will have up to three minutes to address the Board.
During a regular Board meeting, the Board may not discuss or act upon any issues that are not properly posted on the agenda, but may ask clarifying questions, or request that the Superintendent provide specific factual information regarding existing district policy and practice in response to public comment.
During Community Input Meetings, stakeholders are welcome to provide constructive input and ask questions on any issue related to District business or governance. Community Input Meetings do not have specific agenda items. As a result, speakers may speak on any topic related to Frisco ISD business or operations.
Additional information regarding public comment procedures are available in the Board Operating Procedures.
A citizen can send a letter to the FISD Board of Trustees, 5515 Ohio Drive, Frisco, Texas 75035.
A citizen can fax the Board members at 469-633-6050.
If you would like to contact an individual Board member, Michelle Arellano, Assistant to the Superintendent and Board of Trustees can facilitate your invitation. Contact her at 469.633.6012 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Communications to the Board and the Superintendent at email@example.com are also sent to members of the Instructional Support Team.
Board members may also be contacted individually at their FISD email address below.
Note: To have something on the agenda for the Board to deliberate and take action on, a Board member or the Superintendent must place it on the agenda.
Appropriate Channels of Communication
In matters of specific complaints, concerns and suggestions, all appropriate channels need to be exhausted before addressing it to the Board.
Step One – Contact the person nearest the issue – ex. Teacher, coach, counselor, coordinator.
Step Two – Contact the Principal or Supervisor.
Step Three – Contact the Chief Officer responsible for the area of concern.
Step Four – Contact the Superintendent or designee.
All campus discipline issues are addressed at the campus level. See the official complaint process.