WINGSPAN

  • August 12 is the first day of school for the 2021-2022 school year
  • Boys' track team wins 5A state championship
  • Class of 2021 graduation is Sunday at the Ford Center
  • Friday is the last day of school; it's an asynchronous learning day
Pictured from left to right, Remi Williams served as sports editor, Ana Cuen (middle) served as managing editor, and Aaron Boehmer served as Editor-in-Chief for Wingspan.

Senior editors say goodbye

Aaron Boehmer, Remi Williams, and Ana Cuen May 21, 2021

Editor-in-Chief Aaron Boehmer, managing editor Ana Cuen, and sports editor Remi Williams say their goodbyes as they prepare to graduate this Sunday.

Continuing the annual ceiling tile project, pre-calculous students put their knowledge to the test as they painted their choice of art incorporating their final lesson in conics.

Pre-cal students decorate school for final project

Athena Tseng, Staff Reporter May 20, 2021

As the year comes to a close, pre-calculus students are working on a long-lasting project that will hang overseeing Redhawks on campus. Incorporating art and math, students have been designing ceiling tiles through the use of conics and other pre-cal...

Two Redhawks, Tom Punnen and Laura Young having earned the title of National Merit Scholarship Winner. Each scholarship winner earns $ 2,500 that they can use toward their intended major.

Redhawks named National Merit Scholarship winners

Shreya Jagan, Managing Editor May 20, 2021

National Merit Scholarship winners for the graduating class of 2021 have been announced with nine Frisco ISD students, two Redhawks, Tom Punnen and Laura Young having earned the title of National Merit Scholarship Winner. Each scholarship winner earns...

Beginning Thursday at seven, seniors plan to enjoy one last night together before walking the stage Sunday by attending PTSA's Casino Night located at Hyatt Regency Frisco.

Seniors attend PTSA Casino Night Thursday before setting the stage for graduation

Ana Cuen, Managing Editor May 19, 2021

Before walking the stage together Sunday at the Ford Center, the PTSA is hosting Casino Night on Thursday for seniors to enjoy one last night together.  The event will be held at Hyatt Regency Frisco starting at 7 p.m, and participants will be given...

With Thursday being cut to half a day and Friday set to be completely remote, the district shifts from a normal weekly structure as students approach the final stretch of the school year.

Week scheduling set to look different due to graduation

Advik Dixit, WTV Staff Reporter May 19, 2021

Being the last week of the school year, this week's schedule is looking different than others. Both Thursday and Friday are set to give students throughout the district a greater opportunity to attend graduations, which will begin Thursday night. Assistant...

Chromebooks due back on campus Wednesday

Akhil Katuri, WTV Staff Reporter May 19, 2021

With the exception of freshmen who are part of Frisco ISD’s 1-to1 initiative, students who have checked out Chromebooks from the school the devices and other equipment Wednesday. “Most students will return it in either first or second period,”...

As of May 17, 397 supply kits and 283 backpacks have been donated as a part of the district's Back to School Palooza. “By hosting this event, it allows the community, residents, and parents to bless our economically disadvantaged students,” Frisco ISD Community Outreach Liaison Sharon White said.

Back to School Palooza to provide supplies to students

Jordan Battey, Staff Reporter May 18, 2021

The Frisco ISD Community Relations team will be holding their annual Back to School Palooza through July 16 to provide essential items for students in need during the 2021-2022 school year. “By hosting this event, it allows the community, residents,...

Sophomore Arshia Narula (second person in top row) and junior Trisha Dasgupta (fourth person in top row) participate in a North Texas Model Untied Nations club meeting. “I started MUN in eighth grade and it has been a really big part of my life since then,” Dasgupta said. “I feel these last five years have been leading up to this. I love this club, all the work I’ve put into it, and the potential we have to grow and learn from each other.” 

Two Redhawks named leaders of Texas Model United Nations

Aaron Boehmer, Editor-in-Chief May 13, 2021

Two Redhawks, junior Trisha Dasgupta and sophomore Arshia Narula were selected by the Texas YMCA Youth Directors led by Dr. Tonjia Grimble to head Texas Model United Nations as the State Secretariat’s Secretary General and Under Secretary of Conference.  Five...

As an organization dedicated to learning about life skills, the FFCLA Redhawk team competed at the State Conference with events ranging from interior design to dollars and sense.

Redhawks compete in FCCLA State Conference

Alize Shahzad, Guest Contributor May 13, 2021

Several students on campus recently took part in the competed at the Texas Family Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) State Conference and Competition.  "This is the Career and Technical (CTE) Student Organization for students who have...

The legacy continues as the 2020-2021 yearbook is released for students on campus. Students who pre ordered their book are able to stop by the cafeteria during lunch hours Wednesday and Thursday. Those wanting to purchase a book on the spot must be prepared to pay an $80 fee, and cannot be guaranteed a book.

Yearbook pick up window opens Wednesday

Caroline Caruso, Managing Editor May 12, 2021

The legacy continues as the 2020-2021 yearbook is available for pick up in the cafeteria Wednesday and Thursday during lunch hours. Students who pre-ordered their book are able to stop by the back tables. However, those wanting to purchase a book on...

Top ten Redhawk graduates in the class of 2021 announced

Kirthi Gummadi, WTV Reporter May 12, 2021

Being one of the top students in the grade is an achievement recognized by the school every year. As second semester comes to a finish, this year's top 10 students ranked in the graduating class are being commemorated for their accomplishments. "When...

The month of May is commonly a celebration for Asian American Pacific Islander Desi Heritage month. However, with an increase in Asian hate, the significance of celebrating becomes even more meaningful for many.

Marking May as AADPI Heritage month

Urja Joshi, Guest Contributor May 12, 2021

May is Asian American Pacific Islander Desi Heritage Month, a time to recognize “the contributions and and influence of Asian Americans and Pacific Islander Americans to the history, culture, and achievements of the United States.” But this year,...

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