• No school Oct. 8 & 11
  • PSAT for sophomores and juniors is Oct. 13
  • The exam payment window for full year and fall AP courses is open and will close Nov. 1.
Continuing on their 30 plus year partnership, the Texas state fair and North Texas Food Bank work together to provide meals to people in need through food donations in exchange of cheaper tickets.

State fair helps fight against hunger

Radhika Sharma, WTV Staff Reporter September 27, 2021

The state fair of Texas and North Texas Food Bank are fighting hunger at this year’s state fair. The annual state fair opened Friday and run until October 17 at Fair Park in Dallas. The North Texas Food Bank and the state fair of Texas have been...

Hurricane Ida hit Louisiana recently leaving many Redhawk students and staff to be worried. As a result, an organization on campus stepped up to help with the damage done.

Care Wiki hosts Hurricane Ida donation drive

Alyssa Murphy, WTV Executive Producer September 24, 2021

Hurricane Ida became the second most damaging hurricane to make landfall in Louisiana when it dissipated on September 4. The estimated cost of damages is 50.1 billion dollars and the effects go beyond the borders of Louisiana. To make an impact, one student...

For the third straight year in a row, the Frisco ISD Board of Trustees has lowered the district tax. This rate is the lowest Frisco ISD has seen in more than 20 years. 

Drive through job fair returns again

Keldric Luster, WTV Staff Reporter September 23, 2021

Getting a job without leaving the car is what could happen for some people looking to get a job with Frisco ISD.  Frisco ISD has been one of the fastest-growing school districts in the country for the last 20 years, and the district is currently looking...

Mental health is a taboo in many households especially for people of color because of stereotypes and family structure.

Students of color face mental health stigma

Rin Ryu, Staff Reporter September 22, 2021

September is National Suicide Prevention Month, a month to raise awareness on a stigmatized topic. This month is used to spread hope to those that are affected by suicide and mental illness. For people of color, mental health is even more taboo. According...

15 Redhawks have been named National Merit Semifinalists for the class of 2022.

A total of 109 Frisco ISD students earned this distinction with Liberty High being one of the top schools.

Semifinalists will find out in February if they are a finalist.

Redhawks named semifinalists for National Merit Scholarship Program

Rachel Kim, Staff Reporter September 21, 2021

Names of this year’s Semifinalists for the annual National Merit Scholarship Program were announced Monday with 15 of those names belonging to seniors on campus.  Each of the 15 Semifinalists will be eligible to become a Finalist by submitting a...

Another special legislative session is being Monday to discuss many important topics including political boundaries, transgender students in sports, and COVID-19 vaccines.

Third special legislative session starts

Cooper Ragle, Executive Producer September 20, 2021

Starting Monday at 10 a.m., Governor Greg Abbott will be holding the third special session for the 87th Texas Legislature. The event will consist of five agenda items, among which is the redrawing of Texas’ political boundaries, transgender students...

Priority access to COVID testing for Frisco ISD now offered

Priority access to COVID testing for Frisco ISD now offered

Trisha Dasgupta, Editor In Chief September 17, 2021

Frisco ISD has partnered with the healthcare company, Nomi Health, to provide priority access to COVID-19 testing to students and staff daily from 6:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.  Students and staff can now use the priority line at the Nomi Health COVID-19...

AP and advanced drop window opens

AP and advanced drop window opens

Kirthi Gummadi, Executive Producer September 16, 2021

Starting today students can pick up the form to drop an AP or advanced class. The drop form can be found on the counselor’s corner website and an email with the drop link was sent to students and parents last night. Students have until 4:30 next...

A huge concern that Texas school districts have is virtual school funding. During the recent general session, requirements for virtual learning funding was established.

Governor approves long awaited virtual funding bill

Kirthi Gummadi, Executive Producer September 15, 2021

One of the biggest legislative priorities for school districts across the state involved funding for online learning, but nothing was approved when the general session wrapped up in May.  However, that all changed with the completion of the most recent...

At the September FISD board meeting, the design plans of Middle School #18 were presented. During the public comment section, many things were of concern including mask mandates and the health clinic for employees.

New middle school and COVID comments heard at board meeting

Kirthi Gummadi, Executive Producer September 14, 2021

Dozens of parents and students gathered at the monthly board meeting on Monday night at the Frisco ISD administration building. Among the issues discussed in front of the board of trustees were the plans for middle school #18 located near Panther Creek...

At Mondays monthly meeting, the board is planning on speaking about middle school #18 and there are also reports of protests regarding masking occurring at the meeting.

Mask mandate protests expected at monthly school board meeting

Karina Grokhovskaya, Producer September 13, 2021

Every month the Frisco ISD Board of Trustees holds a meeting to discuss the business of the school district, but Monday’s meeting may be a bit different than others. The open session of this month's meeting is scheduled for Monday at 6:30 PM at the...

Redhawks reminisce on the 20th anniversary of 9/11

Cooper Ragle, Executive Producer September 10, 2021

Millions of Americans will be taking time tomorrow to remember those who risked and sacrificed their lives in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks of 9/11. This year marks the 20th anniversary of 9/11 and the impact of the day is still vividly remembered...

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