Frisco ISD eNewsletter: May 20, 2021

May 20, 2021

Congrats to the Class of 2021!

Frisco ISD will join parents, family and friends in honoring more than 4,600 members of the Class of 2021. Graduation for all 10 high schools will be held at the Ford Center at The Star, with Lone Star High School leading the way this evening. Ceremonies will be streamed live online and will be available to watch later on demand. Planning to attend? Please review the Frequently Asked Questions, including the mask and bag policies, before heading out. We look forward to celebrating this milestone achievement with graduates, family and friends!


Free Summer Learning Opportunities Available for Secondary Students

Frisco ISD students entering grades 7-12 in the 2021-22 school year will have access to free online learning resources this summer. Content will be available to hone students’ knowledge and skills in core subjects as well as to further their social and emotional development. Lessons will be organized by course and topic to give students the flexibility to focus on the material and skills that meet their unique needs. The goal of the Summer Bridge program is to help students fill in learning gaps and prepare for success in the 2021-22 school year and beyond. Students can enroll starting June 1.


Frisco Education Foundation Supports Teachers and Students

The Frisco Education Foundation continues to make an impact for FISD educators and high school seniors. This spring, FEF partnered with CoServ and the Frisco Women’s League to award $28,000 in STEM grants to teachers at 21 campuses. Funded grants align with the District’s curriculum while impacting student learning in new and inventive ways.

This week, FEF is also handing out nearly $740,000 in college scholarships to members of the Class of 2021. A huge thanks to the many individuals, businesses and organizations who support the program, including this year’s presenting sponsor Texas Health Frisco and the originally planned venue host, the Frisco Roughriders. Congratulations to the grant and scholarship winners!


Frisco ISD is Hiring for the 2021-22 School Year

Frisco ISD is filling positions now for the new school year. Transportation is actively recruiting bus drivers, bus monitors and crossing guards and will host a job fair this Saturday, May 22. Child Nutrition will host a job fair next Tuesday through Thursday, May 25-27. Full- and part-time positions are available with paid training and benefits. A full list of available positions and job descriptions can be found at

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