On Saturday, May 10, 2014, voters in Frenship ISD will consider a $85.2 million bond authorization package. Included in this bond package is the construction of a Ninth Grade Center across the street from Frenship High School, the construction of the district’s eighth elementary campus, technology and security upgrades within the district, renovations and expansions to enhance campus and extracurricular facilities, as well as standard maintenance improvements on numerous FISD campuses.

 Major Projects Included in 2014 Bond Package

 Ninth Grade Center

Demographic studies show that the capacity of the current Frenship High School campus is 2,550. While current enrollment numbers at FHS are 2,120, enrollment numbers in the fifth through eighth grade classes are 2,596, a total that will surpass the capacity of FHS when these students reach high school. These enrollment numbers do not factor in potential enrollment growth in the near future. A Ninth Grade Center would be constructed with a student capacity of 1,000. This size is designed to alleviate capacity concerns at FHS. Learn more...

9th grade center  

Elementary Campus

The residential construction growth within the district is pushing elementary campus enrollments to near building capacities. An eighth elementary campus would help alleviate enrollment capacity concerns. Learn more...

 
 
 
 
 
 
Future elementary

 Technology and Security Upgrades

Upgrades in technology and security are designed to enhance the students’ educational experience while providing a safer environment. Security upgrades include key-less entry systems on all doors as well as equipment to enhance the communication efforts to both internal and external audiences. Technology upgrades include the addition of collaborative learning classrooms where students learn in a technology-driven environment. Learn more....

 
 
 
 
 career tech laptops