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Nov 02, 2018

Andrea Todd (far left) singing backup for Josh GrobanJosh Groban with backup vocalists

Donation Equips Schools with CPR Kits

The American Heart Association awarded $50,000 from Wells Fargo to supply Frisco ISD with 12 CPR In Schools Training Kits. With this donation, all secondary campuses now have kits readily available to train students and staff to learn life-saving skills. Thank you AHA and Wells Fargo!

Congratulations to Catherine Wang of Lebanon Trail High School

Catherine Wang, freshman at Lebanon Trail High School, earned second place in the Texas Music Teachers National Association (MTNA) Competition in the junior piano performances on Oct. 28.

IHS Honored by National Speech and Debate Association

The Independence High School Speech and Debate team has earned a significant recognition from the National Speech and Debate Association. They are ranked among the top 25 percent of schools nationwide and earned membership in the association’s prestigious 100 Club.

Bands at Frisco and Memorial High Schools Collaborate

Old meets the new during the halftime show of the Memorial High School vs. Frisco High School football game tonight at the Ford Center. Congratulations to these two bands and their directors, Jason Nitsch and David Simon, on continuing a long-standing tradition of camaraderie in Frisco ISD schools.

Andrea Todd Sings Back-Up at Josh Groban Concert

Andrea Todd, Shawnee Trail Elementary second grade teacher, is second from the left with this group photo of performers who sang backup vocals for Josh Groban (center with beard) in October as part of his Bridges Tour at American Airlines Center. She is far left in the photo taken on stage.

Lebanon Trail Golfer Earns Spot in Prestigious USGA Event

Lebanon Trail High School junior Olivia Mitchell and partner Maddi Olsen from Abilene Wylie High School recently won the United States Golf Association’s regional qualifier for the Women's Amateur Four-Ball Championships. The pair of All-State golfers finished with a round of 69, two shots better than the rest of the field, earning them a spot in the prestigious USGA Women's Amateur Four-Ball Championships in April.

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