Reedy High School Feeds the Need
The Reedy High School band has a great tradition of giving back to the community through the North Texas National Food Bank, a hunger relief organization. The Reedy band presented more than 450 jars of peanut butter and check to the food bank. This year, they raised funds and worked with the North Texas Food Bank to cover the costs to feed 10,000 people in the community who are in need. Well done, Reedy band!
Heritage High School Student to Present at TedxFrisco
Congratulations to Heritage High School senior, Gouzia Sivarajah, who will present at TedxFrisco in January. She is the founder and CEO of SIINNO Technology LLC, which creates devices to help people live safer lives. The first product is a wearable device called Movement Aid for the Visually Impaired that helps blind and visually impaired individuals travel safely independent of a cane. Read more about Sivarajah in the February 2018 issue of Frisco ISD’s FOCUS magazine.
Frisco ISD Students Serve on Congressional Youth Advisory Council
Congratulations to Heritage High School senior Macy Su, Independence High School senior Rohan Raghav and Lebanon Trail High School junior Jonah Johnson who are serving on Congressman Van Taylor’s inaugural 2019-2020 Congressional Youth Advisory Council (CYAC).
CYAC offers students a unique opportunity to learn about the federal government, discuss public policy and local Collin County issues while interacting with their federal representative and congressional staff.
Wakeland Places at the HEB Marching Contest
Congratulations to the Wakeland High School marching band for achieving a 5th place finish overall in the HEB Marching Contest this past weekend. The band received other accolades including 5A Champions, Outstanding Music Performance, Outstanding Visual Performance and Outstanding General Effect. Click here to find the full competition results.