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  • Girls' basketball wins state semifinal, beating Richmond Randle 66-37 and advancing to 5A final against Mansfield Timberview Saturday at 3:00 p.m.
  • Frisco ISD Dance Team Showoff is Tuesday 6:30-9 p.m. at Lone Star HS
  • Frisco ISD Flag Night is Saturday 6-8:30 p.m. at Frisco HS
  • Juniors will take the SAT on March 6
  • Frisco ISD is hosting a job fair on March 2 from 9-11:30 a.m. at Lebanon Trail High School
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


National Honor Society applications for rising juniors and seniors are open now, but the deadline is quickly approaching. Prospective members must complete the application, including answering questions and getting teacher recommendations, by Friday at 4:30 p.m.

Deadline quickly approaches to apply for NHS

Sadie Johnson and WTV Staff Reporter March 1, 2024

National Honor Society (NHS) member applications for rising juniors and seniors close Friday at 4:30 p.m. “NHS is basically just gathering all the students in this school that are the most dedicated to academics and also community service," NHS technology...

Frisco ISD is hosting a job fair at Lebanon Trail on Saturday, providing a chance for aspiring FISD teachers to learn more about the district. For first-year teacher Grayson Moore (pictured), a job fair was how he started his FISD career.

Aspiring educators have a chance to learn about FISD on Saturday

Nidhi Thomas, Staff Reporter February 29, 2024

Aspiring educators from around the area will be able to learn more about Frisco ISD at the district’s job fair Saturday from 9-11:30 a.m. at Lebanon Trail High School,  First-year teacher Grayson Moore knows first hand how a job fair can benefit...

Frisco ISDs Phase 1 application to the Teacher Incentive Allotment has been approved. The program provides stipends for designated teachers.

FISD’s application for Teacher Incentive Allotment approved

Maya Silberman, Editor-in-Chief February 28, 2024

Since 2019, Frisco ISD has worked on gaining additional funding for teachers in hopes of increasing salaries and keeping effective educators on campuses through the Teacher Incentive Allotment (TIA), a program established with the goal of providing teachers...

Parking permits are on sale for students for the 2023-24 school year. Permits for the second semester cost $35.

Parking permits still available throughout second semester

Izzy Patrick, WTV Staff Reporter February 27, 2024

The student parking lot is gradually getting a bit fuller as more and more students turn 16 at get their driver’s licenses. But parking on campus comes at a cost. Students who want to park on campus must have a parking permit. Permits for the...

Academic Decathlon returned to campus from the State competition bearing gold, silver and bronze medals. The team accumulated 39,768 out of 60,000 possible points, earning 10th in the medium school division and moving up to 26th overall.

Academic Decathlon returns to campus with medals in hand

Joaquin Perez, WTV Producer February 26, 2024

Students on the Academic Decathlon team competed at the state finals in San Antonio on Friday and Saturday, finishing with results that left head coach Tim Johannes proud. “We competed with all of the best schools in the state of Texas and we...

The Board of Trustees election is coming up in May, but before voting happens, ballot order must be drawn. The drawing for ballot order is on Monday.

Drawing for Board of Trustees ballot order on Monday

Lauren Pratt, WTV Producer February 23, 2024

The primary election in Texas is fast approaching on March 5, but here in Frisco there’s a bit more time before the next Board of Trustees election. Two places on the FISD Board of Trustees are up for election on May 4, but before voters can cast...

Early voting for the March 5 primaries is now underway. Eligible voters can go to one of the early voting locations to submit their ballot.

Early voting for March 5 primaries is underway

Sankeertana Malakapalli, Staff Reporter February 22, 2024

The 2024 election season has officially kicked off in Texas with Super Tuesday primaries on March 5. Early voting is underway and continues until March 1 with a mail-in voting applications deadline on Friday. Positions up for election include the presidency,...

Frisco ISD is hosting another Achieve Mentor Training on Wednesday at 6:00 p.m. The training is at the Frisco ISD Administration building.

Frisco ISD hosts Achieve Mentor Training Wednesday

Haley Johnson, WTV Staff Reporter February 21, 2024

Community members have the chance to help guide and support students at the next Frisco ISD Achieve Mentor Training is Wednesday at 6-7 p.m. at the FISD administration training rooms. The FISD Achieve Mentoring Program is seeking caring and committed...

In class and throughout the halls, Redhawks recognize Black History

Sadie Johnson, WTV Staff Reporter February 20, 2024

February is Black History Month, and many students, on campus and across the country, spend the month highlighting and recognizing Black history.  “We celebrate Black History Month because Dr. Jay Woodson and then early 1900s he created Negro History...

The final window for students to change their schedules closes on Thursday at 4:15 p.m.

Final chance for students to make schedule changes on Thursday

Christina Huang, Staff Reporter February 15, 2024

The final deadline for students to make changes to their course request for 2024-25 is approaching, officially closing on Thursday, Feb.15, at 4:30 p.m.  Students have been able to view their course requests since Feb. 1 and will need to fill out...

Frisco ISD officials are considering the use of a voter-approval tax rate election to help cover the costs of proposed raises for staff. 
According to district officials, if a tax rate increase is approved by voters, it could help provide as much  $11 million.

FISD considers tax rate election to cover staff raises

Christine Han, Staff Reporter February 14, 2024

Faced with a multi-million dollar budget shortfall for the 2024-25 fiscal year, Frisco ISD officials are considering the use of a voter-approval tax rate election to help cover the costs of proposed raises for staff.  “It’s very, very important...

Campus administration conducted a lockdown drill during advisory on Monday. The drill gave students and staff an opportunity to ensure knowledge of safety protocols.

Campus administration conducts advisory lockdown drill Monday

Maya Silberman, Editor-in-Chief February 13, 2024

Keeping up with school safety in the new semester, campus administration conducted a lockdown drill during advisory on Monday. “This isn’t a new lockdown drill, we just did it with a different scenario, when the hallways were filled with students,”...

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