SCHOOL SECURITY CONTINUES TO BE TOP PRIORITY
Frisco ISD is reevaluating its security measures in light of the recent tragedy in Florida and national conversation taking place regarding school safety.
Parents, students and staff should know that the effort to enhance security on campus is an ongoing, continual process, and does not take place solely in response to incidents in other areas.
The District works closely with local police and fire departments to coordinate prevention and response activities and will continue to collaborate regarding best practices and implement policies and protocols proven effective in reducing risk. LEARN ABOUT EXISTING SECURITY MEASURES
FISD INTRODUCES SCHOOLS OF CHOICE
Frisco ISD is excited to introduce new and unique learning opportunities at select campuses. Bright Academy and Frisco High School are the first Schools of Choice. Students from across the District are eligible to seek admission to the campuses, where
FISD plans to implement International Baccalaureate (IB) programmes.
Bright Academy will also offer Spanish language enrichment and Project Lead the Way (PLTW) Launch, a pre-career and technical education program focused on science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). Information nights for parents start next
week! LEARN MORE
LEBANON TRAIL WINS FIRST PLACE IN STATE ACADEMIC DECATHLON
The Academic Decathlon team from Lebanon Trail High School will represent Frisco ISD and small schools across Texas at the United States Academic Decathlon National Finals in April in Frisco. LTHS is the first team from Frisco ISD to advance to nationals
after taking first place in the small schools division at the state competition.
A total of eight FISD teams qualified to compete at the Texas Academic Decathlon State Competition and students brought home many individual medals. READ MORE
DEVELOP THE WHOLE CHILD
In an effort to share common language and enhance support for Frisco ISD students, the Guidance and Counseling Department is launching a monthly focus on one positive character trait or skill. The handout will provide parents, teachers and community
members with talking and practice points to foster personal growth.
The subject will be the topic of staff discussion meetings each month as a part of FISD’s focus on the whole child. Lessons will also be given to teachers for student meetings and advisory time. VIEW THE MARCH HANDOUT: CONNECTEDNESS