Registration for summer school now open

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Wingspan staff gives a tour of the campus as freshmen enter their first day of high school. This, in turn, gives new students more familiarity when walking from class to class.

Wingspan staff gives a tour of the campus as freshmen enter their first day of high school. This, in turn, gives new students more familiarity when walking from class to class.

Lucas Barr

Wingspan staff gives a tour of the campus as freshmen enter their first day of high school. This, in turn, gives new students more familiarity when walking from class to class.

Lucas Barr

Lucas Barr

Wingspan staff gives a tour of the campus as freshmen enter their first day of high school. This, in turn, gives new students more familiarity when walking from class to class.

Lucas Barr, Editor-in-chief

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Registration for the 2019 Frisco ISD summer school session is now open, with parents having until June 6 at 3 p.m. to sign their children up for $225 per high school semester on MyPaymentsPlus. Out-of-district students must register in person on June 5 from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. on campus.

Available courses for advancement include Speech, Health Foundations of Personal Fitness,

Individual/Team Sports as well as BIM and Medical Terminology which are two semester courses. Login information for advancement courses will be sent out to students by June 11.

Students enrolled in classes for advancement may work on coursework at home and complete a final exam at either Liberty or Reedy High School by July 23. Students do not need to wait until July 23 to take the assessment, but may not take it afterwards.