The district is one of 86 school districts to receive the award, out of 1,032 across the state.
The Backpacks for Food Program is aimed at providing backpacks that are filled with nutritious and easy-to-prepare food for students and families during spring break.
A number of schools and other agencies will have delayed start times or cancellations due to Monday’s inclement weather.
Frenship ISD schools will release 2 hours early tomorrow, Friday, December 21th 2012.
Frenship ISD Superintendent Dr. David Vroonland has been selected to participate in a statewide leadership institute over the next year.
Jeremy Wagner has been selected with two other secondary educators and three elementary teachers out of the 40 regional Teachers of the Year from each of the state’s 20 education service center areas.
The Texas Education Agency says that 56 percent of all schools in the state failed to meet the AYP standards. Overall, Lubbock ISD, Frenship ISD, and Lubbock-Cooper ISD failed to meet the standards.
Frenship Independent School District Superintendent Dr. David Vroonland has been invited to speak at the North Dakota Governor’s Education Summit in Dickinson, ND on Wednesday of this week.
As we near Memorial Day, it's time for high school graduates across the state to participate in their school's commencement ceremonies. Ceremonies will start tomorrow and continue through May 31.
They will present performances and artwork that showcase the talent of students of all ages within the district.