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The student news site of Liberty High School in Frisco, Texas


The student news site of Liberty High School in Frisco, Texas


The student news site of Liberty High School in Frisco, Texas


Wingspan’s Featured Athlete for 4/18 is tennis player, sophomore Anya Krishna (second from the left).
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Wingspan’s featured athlete for 3/28 is varsity baseball player, sophomore Nick Smith.
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May 3 / Track and Field
UIL Regionals
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April 19 Daily Update
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Frisco ISD opens survey to gain feedback from families

Brian Higgins
Frisco ISD has now opened up their annual feedback survey. The aim of the survey is to gain feedback on how to improve from parents, students and staff.

To help identify and improve gaps within Frisco ISD, the district has sent out a survey open to parents, students in grades 4-12, and all staff members. 

“We believe that the best learning opportunities happen when we partner with our community,” Frisco ISD Superintendent Dr. Mike Waldrip said in a news release. “That’s why we’re empowering our stakeholders to help us build a bright future for all our students.”

AP Calculus BC teacher Jennifer Rumery emphasizes the value of the survey and creates some of her own surveys to help her in the classroom. 

 “It’s questions about administration, communication, how the academic programs are going,” Rumery said. “I think it’s important to get feedback because everyone can get in their own little bubbles. I do give surveys. I did them every unit last year but less this year, just to gauge what’s going right and what’s not.” 

For students like junior Olivia Chamberlain, opportunities to give input to the district are necessary from a student’s standpoint. 

“There are a lot of times when I don’t like how a certain teacher’s teaching or how a certain curriculum is so I think it’s productive for the district to take into consideration how the people being affected feel,” Chamberlain said. “Some of my teachers ask us to do surveys and they usually do something at least so I know they work.” 

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Christine Han is junior and this will be her second year on the Wingspan staff. She manages social media for Wingspan and is also a photographer. She will be participating in her 3rd year with the CTE Competitive Mock Trial Team. In her free time she likes to work in various women’s rights groups, read books, watch movies, and hang out with her friends. Contact Christine:

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