Centennial Student Perseveres After Brain Hemorrhage
The strength of Centennial High School sophomore Sarah Stearns is truly admirable. After suffering from an intracerebral hemorrhage last year, Stearns has relearned how to stand and walk. Learn more about this student’s incredible journey through her stories on WFAA and NBC. Congratulations on your continued progress Sarah!
Campuses Thank Custodians
Several Frisco ISD campuses gathered collections to provide gifts to our custodians in the spirit of the holiday season. Thanks to our more than 400 custodians across FISD who serve our students and staff every day cleaning and disinfecting the 72 campuses and numerous FISD buildings throughout the District.
Educators Featured in ATPE Magazine
The Association of Texas Professional Educators has recognized Valerie Linn, a visual impairment braillist, and Darla Hamilton, a certified teacher for the visually impaired in their monthly magazine, linked here. These admirable women became certified in music braille for the benefit of one of their students who is blind and musically inclined. Read the full story in the latest edition of FISD Focus Magazine.
CoServ Thanks FISD Custodians
Thank you to CoServ who sponsored a breakfast for custodians during Thanksgiving break when custodians remained on campus maintaining and sanitizing buildings. Tender BBQ opened for the sole purpose of recognizing the custodians with breakfast tacos. Thank you for your support of our staff, CoServ!
Teacher and Former Student Reconnect As Students
Centennial teacher Shannon Rosenfeld and her former student Bruno Morlan, who is now a high school social studies teacher, recently crossed paths when they recognized each other during a live Q&A session in their Spring 2020 American Immigration course with the Pace–Gilder Lehrman MA in American History Program. Read more about their connections as colleagues and their perspective on education in their Gilder Lehrman feature story.