Digital Citizenship is a concept that teaches our students how to use technology appropriately; similar to teaching kids to be good citizens. This month, students across the District, are learning about Relationships and Communication.
Every year, FHS hosts a blood drive that is open to students, faculty and staff, and community members. This year is no different, and due to the ongoing, global pandemic, the drive is more important than ever before.
Earlier this week, the 21-member Superintendent’s Student Advisory Board met to create blankets that they will donate to Lubbock’s University Medical Center to be used by patients in the Cancer Center.
Despite the challenges of the pandemic, Frenship ISD staff members are still finding ways to continue growing as educational leaders through meaningful professional development training. This week, administrators, instructional coaches and content coordinators tuned in virtually to the NWEA MAP Users Conference to learn new techniques to use in the classrooms.