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FISD Applause! Applause!

Jun 01, 2018

Lone Star Twins are Double Achievers Reedy High School sophomore Nia KnightsLebanon Trail Spanish Foreign Language students

Congratulations to the Class of 2018!

Frisco ISD congratulates seniors from eight high schools who will graduate this weekend! Reedy High School is handing out diplomas to its is first-ever graduating class. Commencement ceremonies are set for Friday and Saturday at Dr Pepper Arena and the Ford Center at The Star. See the schedule here.

Lone Star Twins are Double Achievers

Frisco ISD has many graduating siblings who are part of multiples and all have their own strengths and passions. Lone Star High School boasts four sets of boy/girl twin graduates who have been in school together since middle school at Stafford. All of them are National Honor Society members and Academic Awards recipients based on their grade point averages. They include Lily and Aaron Raye (Lily will be attending The University of Oklahoma and Aaron will be attending University of North Carolina at Charlotte), Kathryn and Jackson Gage (Kathryn will be attending Texas Tech University and Jackson will be attending The University of Oklahoma), Laney and Austin Ragland (Both will be attending Texas A&M University) and Lauren and Will Parrish (Lauren will be attending The University of Oklahoma and Will will be attending University of North Texas).

Reedy Golfer’s Hole in One Pays off for National Breast Cancer Foundation

Reedy High School sophomore Nia Knights helped present a $2,500 check on Thursday to the National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF). Knights made a hole-in-one in October at the Golf Fore-A-Cure Invitational, and the shot earned the donation to NBCF from event sponsor Advantage Hole in One. The annual Golf-Fore-A-Cure Invitational is hosted by Frisco, Centennial and Reedy high schools.

Heritage Student Named Teen Volunteer of the Year

Congratulations to Heritage High School's Vaishnavi Mutyala, who was named the 2017 Teen Volunteer of the Year by the City of Frisco this spring.

Lebanon Trail Spanish Class Highlighted

Lebanon Trail Spanish Foreign Language students were featured in a book entitled “7 Steps to a Language-Rich Interactive Foreign Language Classroom” for their problem-solving abilities of real-world issues.

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