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Here’s How Black Friday Will Look Like This Year

November 22, 2020

CENTENNIAL HIGH SCHOOL- To quite a few active shoppers, Black Friday is one of the biggest highlights of the month of November, and even the Thanksgiving season. In the past, Black Friday has always been...

Thanksgiving: The Pilgrim Way

Thanksgiving Dinner
Pexels.com, Craig Adderley
November 20, 2020

CENTENNIAL HIGH SCHOOL- The national holiday of Thanksgiving is a cherished tradition that started in Plymouth, Massachusetts when the pilgrims and Native Americans held a feast together. This celebration,...

The History of Halloween

Halloween Jack-o'-lanterns
October 23, 2020

Like every tradition, the festival of Halloween has changed and evolved drastically throughout the years. This holiday, commonly celebrated in countries such as the United States, has evolved to become...

FISD Offers Free Meals to All Students

All vegan salad bowl
October 21, 2020

Frisco ISD is now able to provide breakfast and lunch at no cost for all students within the district. The USDA granted FISD a waiver that will allow for every student to receive free meals, regardless...

Voter Registration Ends October 5th and Other Important Voting Deadlines

Voter Registration Ends October 5th and Other Important Voting Deadlines
October 2, 2020

Voter registration in Texas closes on October 5 for in-person voting and for people choosing to vote by mail, registration must be postmarked by October 5 as well. Make sure to register before this deadline...

Global Warming: What You Need To Know

Global Warming: What You Need To Know
September 30, 2020

Most everyone in this day and age has heard of global warming, the increase in average temperature around the world causing many environmental problems as described by the National Resource Defense Council...

Does Remote Learning Promote Perjury?

Does Remote Learning Promote Perjury?
September 30, 2020

  Due to the global pandemic, schools all over the world are going virtual, and some are giving their students an option between coming back and staying home.  With this sudden change of setting,...

10 Minutes Added to School Day

10 Minutes Added to School Day
September 8, 2020

For the 2020-21 school year, Frisco ISD will be adding an additional 10 minutes to each school day, resulting in students being released at 4:25 pm instead of the traditional 4:15 pm timeframe that had...

Black History Month

Black History Month
March 3, 2020

Black History Month is a nationally recognized, month-long holiday celebrating African American people and all of their accomplishments. It has been recognized by every U.S. president since 1976.  It...

Holiday Traditions

Holiday Traditions
December 20, 2019

Every winter, the “most wonderful time of the year” comes around. The holiday season is filled with different religions celebrating lots of festivities and the origins of some of the traditions many...

Places for Students to Work

Places for Students to Work
November 7, 2019

Spending money is a pastime for teens. Going to the mall, movies, shopping and eating out multiple times a week can take a toll on parents' wallets. Getting a job is a good way of making money and being...

High School #11 Set for 2021 Opening

FISD rendering of Emerson High School
November 7, 2019

Frisco ISD has continued with their plans for the 11th high school in the district, which is currently being built in McKinney, near the Collin-McKinney Parkway and Stacy Road. The school is to be named...

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