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  • Thanksgiving break is Nov. 23-27
  • The window to change learning environment for the 3rd 9 weeks is Nov. 9-13

Students start school online

Economics teacher Fred Kaiser begins his Zoom meeting with students during first period in his classroom. Thursday marked the first day of school and the beginning of three weeks of strictly virtual instruction for students.
August 13, 2020

The bell didn’t ring at 9 a.m., lockers remained empty of books and bags, and the hallways were stagnant without students as Redhawks began their first day of school through virtual instruction on Thursday.  “Teachers...

Several parents question in-person learning delay

Several parents were outside Monday's Board of Trustees meeting, where back in July there were numerous more with many of them protesting the district's decision to delay the start of in-person school until Sept. 3.
August 11, 2020

Several parents were outside the FISD administration building before Monday’s school board meeting protesting the district's decision to delay the start of face to face school until Sept. 3.  “Frisco...

Yearbooks available for pick-up

Contactless yearbook pick-up continues Friday with the classes of 2022 and 2023 being able to pick up their yearbook in front of the school from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. Members of the classes of 2020 and 2021 that did not pick up their yearbooks on Tuesday, may do so Friday. Students who have not purchased a yearbook can still buy one at pick-up. Yearbooks will be $85, check only, written to Liberty High School with the student’s ID number.
July 23, 2020

Contactless yearbook pick-up continues Friday with the classes of 2022 and 2023 being able to pick up their yearbook in front of the school from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. Students must bring their Balfour receipt,...

Hallways to remain empty for first three weeks

Hallways will remain empty for the first three weeks of the 2020-21 fall semester as classes will be held virtually, with on-campus courses starting on Sept. 3 for students who selected in-person learning. “Frisco ISD is pleased to share that it will be possible to take almost all secondary courses through the Virtual Academy, though some courses will still require an on-campus component,” the district said.
July 18, 2020

In a statement released yesterday, Frisco ISD has announced that the first three weeks of the 2020-21 fall semester will be virtual for every student, with on-campus courses starting on Sept. 3 for students...

FISD issues one-time bonus to employees

A year-long lawsuit against the district was brought to an end after United States District Court Judge Amos L. Mazzant concluded that Frisco ISD’s School Board Member election systems are legal and non-discriminatory.
July 15, 2020

Frisco ISD employees that were employed by the district from March 1 through May 28 are receiving a minimum of a $250 bonus on Wednesday as the district issues a one-time payment as a part of the Coronavirus...

Amid fight for justice, students take charge in local protests

Demonstrators protest across the street from Dallas City Hall Saturday. “The energy was very powerful. It is so surreal,” Independence High School rising senior Bianca Agoretti said. “Seeing it on TV and being in it is a different atmosphere. Everyone there was so supportive and we were all looking out for one another. Everyone was making sure you had enough water and you had food.”
May 31, 2020

Protests continue across the country following the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis on Monday, May 25, with demonstrators demanding justice and action against police brutality, systemic racism,...

Once a Redhawk, always a Redhawk

Graduation will be held at 8 a.m. Saturday at Toyota Stadium while following social distancing guidelines.
Class of 2020 to be celebrated at Saturday morning ceremony at Toyota
May 28, 2020

As the 2020 school year comes to a close, graduation is fast approaching and will be held at 8 a.m. Saturday at Toyota Stadium. Even though this year’s graduation will be different, many of the original...

Class of 2020’s academic top 10 named

May 27, 2020

Countless hours of studying, endless exams, homework, projects, and countless other school related activities are over and the top 10 students with the highest GPAs have been named. Here is the top 10...

2 Redhawks receive National Merit scholarships

Redhawk National Merit Semifinalists from 2019 stand during a recognition ceremony during Monday night's monthly school board meeting. Recognized for their high scoring performance on the PSAT, the seniors have the chance to score thousands in scholarship funds.
May 25, 2020

The National Merit Scholarship Corporation chooses 3,500 students every year to be awarded $2,500 scholarships and corporate-sponsored scholarships, and this year two students on campus, Nandasri Talluri...

Classroom cleanup begins on campus

“What we teach will stay the same but the way we teach and assess will change due to our virtual setting,” AP Biology teacher Chris Ham said. “Since it’s the same curriculum our grade policy will not change, but the way classwork and tests are delivered will obviously be in a digital setting.”
May 21, 2020

Teachers have begun to clean out their classrooms after being allowed to return to campus if certain social distancing guidelines are followed.  “The way the clean-out process was organized was by...

Scholarship night moves to home delivery

With it's annual Scholarship Night cancelled due to limitations of social interactions, this year the Frisco Education Foundation delivered news of scholarships to the homes of students.
May 20, 2020

In sight of social-distancing protocols and current limitations on public events, the Frisco Education Foundation was forced to cancel their annual Scholarship Night on Wednesday for this year’s senior...

Mental Health Awareness month starts conversations

Stabler D’Amore was the focus of attention in the lecture hall in November 2019 as part of the school's counseling session that presented information on how pets can help reduce anxiety. 

A 2016 survey found that 74 percent of people who owned a pet reported an improvement in their mental health.
May 19, 2020

May is Mental Health Awareness month, and with the recent circumstances surrounding COVID-19, various campaigns have been working especially hard to bring the issue into light.  “The outbreak of...

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