The pandemic is already stressful, let us handle the meals! Frenship ISD and Aramark are excited to announce that breakfast and lunch will be FREE for all students across the District starting December 1, 2020 through the end of this school year.
As of November 12, 2020, Frenship ISD will remove the Early Releases for elementary and middle school campuses only on December 17 and 18. By going to school for the full day on these two days, Frenship will be able to add back 240 instructional minutes and will remain in compliance with the State’s instructional minute requirements with little disruption to the academic calendar.
While the girls side of Tiger Basketball was unable to travel to Amarillo High on Tuesday, November 17, the boys did make the trip up I-27 to face an equally tough Sandies squad. The game was close throughout but with a big fourth quarter push by the Sandies, Frenship was unable to pull out the victory falling 78-57.
Frenship ISD's mission is to educate and develop all students by providing a foundation to empower them to reach their maximum potential and realize their opportunity of choice. To read more about our vision, beliefs, and learner and leader profiles CLICK HERE.