On Wednesday, March 3, Frenship Middle School, Heritage Middle School, and Terra Vista Middle School will host a parent meeting for all current fifth graders as they prepare to make the transition to middle school next year.
The Tigers Girls Basketball team (20-5,11-1) secured the outright District 2-6A Champion title and will play in the rescheduled Bi-District game on Saturday, February 20 against El Paso Eastwood at Pecos High School at 3:00 p.m.
Through the National Home Builder’s Institute (HBI) certification program, Home Depot gifted several HBI schools across the nation with tool donations and Home Depot gift cards. Frenship is the only school in the state of Texas that is part of the HBI Foundation and the only school in Texas that received a donation of almost $3,000 worth of tools.
The Tigers (20-4, 11-0) and Odessa Permian Panthers (17-4, 10-1) will meet up in a huge District rematch to decide the outright District Champion. The game has been rescheduled to take place on Saturday, February 20 at 1:00 p.m. at the Tiger Pit.
In an effort to help our community during this historic winter storm, Frenship ISD will offer free curbside meals to any child age 18 or younger on Friday, February 19. All children are welcome regardless of what school district they attend.
Students involved in the Gifted and Talented (GT) program at Legacy Elementary dove deeper into their annual theme of “Communication” by learning about the Gutenberg Printing Press. Throughout the year they have also studied Morse Code, Braille and Sign Language, and the NATO phonetic alphabet.
Donning their Frenship gear and wearing a smile, more than 70 Frenship students spent their Saturday helping the Boys and Girls Club of Lubbock hand out more than 1,200 boxes of free food to community members in need.