Frisco ISD eNewsletter: June 11, 2020

Jun 11, 2020

Survey Results Aid in Planning for 2020-21 School Year

More than 16,000 parents responded to a survey seeking input on their preferences for the 2020-21 school year in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. When asked to choose between three options, 44% of parents favored starting school normally with additional safety and health measures in place, while 33% were interested in a blended approach of in-person classes and online instruction and 22% favored eLearning. The District has not determined the format of instruction for next school year, and leaders will consider survey results as they weigh recommendations from the state. The School Board will discuss planning and preparation for the 2020-21 school year during a special meeting that will be livestreamed online starting at 5 p.m. tonight.


Frisco ISD Stands United Against Racism

Recent events across the country have gained our collective attention, bringing years of discrimination and hurt to the forefront of our national dialogue. As a district, we acknowledge that racism still exists and that we have students and families among us who are hurting. Frisco ISD is committed to equity and embracing the diversity and differences of all students, parents, staff and community. We will continue to work together to develop new ideas and implement new strategies for a better future for all Frisco ISD students.


Class of 2020 Comes Together to Celebrate Graduation

Frisco ISD was honored to celebrate members of the Class of 2020 during outdoor graduation ceremonies at Toyota Stadium. More than 4,400 seniors from 10 high schools crossed the stage this year, including the first-ever graduates of Lebanon Trail and Memorial high schools. It was a joyous moment and cherished opportunity after 13 years of school and an especially difficult spring for seniors. Check out these reflections from student speakers or watch archived video of the ceremonies at


Student Transfer Requests to be Reviewed This Summer

Frisco ISD students in grades K-8 have the ability to transfer within the District to schools with a projected enrollment of less than 90% capacity. Applications will be accepted online from July 14-29 for the 2020-21 school year. Transfer requests submitted for campuses other than those listed on the District website will not be considered. Approval is only good for one year and is not guaranteed in future years to the same campus or feeder campus.


Options Available for Credits in Online School Fees

Due to cancelled events this spring, many FISD families have had credits issued back to them in Online School Fees, the online payment system for specific programs, courses and activities. Those balances will automatically carry forward and remain available to be used in the future for any student associated with an account. If you do not wish to carry your credit balance forward, you can request a refund, transfer the balance to your student's meal account or donate the balance to the Frisco ISD Child Nutrition Department to help feed students in need. The request form at the link below will be open through June 15 to make one of those choices. If you request a refund, please allow 4-8 weeks processing time.

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