Frisco ISD’s Long-Range Planning Committee has been established to serve in an advisory capacity to the FISD School Board and administration. As FISD continues to grow, it is important for the District to hear from community stakeholders and reassure that the District continues to build and educate in a direction supported by our taxpayers and parents. The purpose of the committee is to build a sustainable and revolving advisory group that learns about issues facing the school district and works together to make recommendations for solutions to the Board and administration.
The committee is made up of 45-50 members of the FISD community. Members serve a three-year term. An application process was utilized for the committee and membership was determined by a consensus of the School Board and the District's Instructional Support Team. Details on the structure of this committee can be viewed here.
The committee is led by Todd Fouche, deputy superintendent of business and operations, and Kimberly Pickens, chief financial officer.
Fall 2017 Update
The committee reviewed and evaluated the current high school model for FISD and was asked to consider three other high school models that could be implemented in the next 10 years.
32 out of 35 committee members supported continuing the current model of smaller high schools. Read full recap.
Additional feedback came from the Frisco ISD Faculty Council. 54 out of 56 council members supported the current high school model.
A community survey on the current high school model was conducted. Over 4,100 responses were received with 80 percent support for the current small school model. View survey results.
Subcommittees were created in spring 2018 to provide recommendations on the following topics: