Frisco ISD Alerts

COVID-19 Update - April 2, 2020, 10:00 AM: Frisco ISD is providing free “to go” meals for students during the school closure at six pickup locations across the District. Starting April 8 and each Wednesday thereafter, five days worth of breakfast and lunch will be provided at one time. Families should sign uphere and reference this page for full details, including revised hours and pick-up instructions.  

Student Meal Request Form
Student Meals To Go Information

COVID-19 Update - March 31, 2020, 5:00 PM: Frisco ISD will continue to provide online instruction and pick-up meals to students in need through at least May 1. Texas Governor Greg Abbott extended the suspension of all in-person classes for public schools in Texas during a press conference this afternoon. Schools and offices have been closed since March 16 to combat the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Frisco ISD will monitor the public health situation and make future decisions regarding school operations based on guidance from local, state and federal agencies. Regardless of whether campuses re-open to students this school year, the last day of instruction will be May 28. 

COVID-19 Update - March 20, 2020, 2:30 PM: Frisco ISD is providing free “to go” meals for students during the school closure. Students can pick up a packaged lunch and breakfast for the following day at one of six pickup locations across the District. Families should sign up at and reference this page for full details, including revised pick-up instructions.  

Student Meal Request Form
Student Meals To Go Information

COVID-19 Update - March 18, 2020, 5:00 PM: Frisco ISD will extend the suspension of all in-person classes through at least April 3 in an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19.

Campuses and District offices will remain closed while teachers continue to provide virtual instruction. FISD launched eLearning for students in all grade levels on March 17.

The District will continue to assess the situation in the community and seek additional guidance from local, state and federal agencies before making further decisions regarding the school closure.

Letter from Dr. Waldrip

COVID-19 Update - March 12, 2020, 5:15 PM: As a precaution, all in person classes will be suspended and replaced with virtual instruction and other alternative learning options. Schools will remain closed Monday, March 16 through Friday, March 20 as we assess the situation in our community as travelers return from spring break. The district will continue to monitor and evaluate the situation prior to reopening school on Monday, March 23, and will communicate across all channels as updated information becomes available. Through March 20, district offices will be closed and all district events and competitions that have been scheduled within the district during this timeframe will be considered canceled until further notice. District travel for student competitions and events outside the district will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis.

We are taking these steps out of an abundance of caution. Public health officials have not yet made this a requirement for public institutions. Nevertheless, given all that we know and what we can anticipate based on information from local, state and national agencies, including Collin County Health Services, Denton County Public Health, Texas Health and Human Services, the Texas Education Agency and CDC, we believe this is the most prudent course of action at this time.

Please know that Frisco ISD provides many digital tools to support in-class learning, and our students will have access to these resources which are aligned to their classes. We will provide information on additional ways to leverage our rich technological resources for continued student support.

Frisco ISD has created a web page to provide the most current and accurate district information. This is a rapidly progressing situation that impacts every citizen across the globe. Thank you for your patience and partnership as we work together to deliver a successful learning experience for our students under these unprecedented circumstances.

COVID-19 Update - March 9, 2020, 2:25 PM: It has come to the District’s attention that an individual in the Tadlock Elementary community has tested positive for COVID-19. We want you to be aware of this case to start taking precautions should you or your family have been exposed.

Frisco ISD is currently working with the Collin County Health Department on additional steps to help contain further exposure to our community for when our students return to school from spring break.

For updated Frisco ISD communication regarding COVID-19, please check the FISD Health Services page where you will find a list of Frequently Asked Questions that will be updated as the district has more information.

The CDC recommends the following steps to reduce the chance of spreading the COVID-19 virus:

  • Proper handwashing (soap and water for 20 seconds and hand sanitizer in between)
  • Washing hands after certain activities, including bathroom breaks or recess and before lunch
  • Cough and sneeze etiquette (cough into the upper sleeve or use tissue and dispose of it properly)
  • Keeping hands away from eyes, nose and mouth
  • Staying home if sick

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