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May 17 Daily Update
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Karina Grokhovskaya, WTV Executive Producer • May 17, 2024

WTV's Ryan Shapiro, Karina Grokhovskaya, and Sadie Johnson bring you a few last words

Board recognizes academic achievement and future-readiness Monday

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Noah Servigon
The Board recognized various academic achievements, school resource officers, and campus future-readiness at the Monday meeting. Campus principal Stacey Whaling spoke at the meeting.

Monday’s board meeting started with the recognition of Frisco ISD School Resource Officers who come from not just from  the Frisco Police Department but also Mckinney, Plano and Little Elm.

The board also recognized students from all 12 high schools for advanced academic achievements.

Many Redhawks were among those recognized, with three recognized for a perfect ACT score of 36, one for a perfect SAT score of 1600, and many more for different College Board national recognition awards.

Following those recognitions, the monthly future-ready spotlight was given, covering differentiated instruction and assessment.

Principal Stacey Whaling teamed up with Elliot Elementary’s principal Natalie Miller to share what future-ready looks on campus.

A video highlighting future-ready practices and perspectives featured multiple students and teachers.

 

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Lauren Pratt
Lauren Pratt, Producer
Lauren is a junior entering her third year in the Wingspan program. This year she will be a producer for the WTV Daily Update. Lauren is a member of many organizations on campus, including PALS, FFA, and Best Buddies. In her free time, she enjoys all types of crafting and spending time with her family and friends. She is looking forward to what this year will bring and working with the other wingspan staff! Contact Lauren: lauren.pratt.728@k12.friscoisd.org

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