On Saturday, May 10, 2014, voters in Frenship ISD approved an $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.

2014 Bond Project Update (January 22, 2016)

Upland Heights Elementary (located at 10020 Upland Avenue)

At Upland Heights Elementary (officially named in January 2016), installation of the brick is fifty percent complete. The framing of the interior walls and HVAC duct work is also complete. Installation of sheetrock on the interior has started. The building remains ahead of schedule for an August 2016 opening.

Upland Heights Elementary
 

Frenship Tiger Soccer Complex/Turf Fields (located east of Frenship High School athletic complex):

All construction of the new turf fields and the Frenship Tiger Soccer Complex is complete. The Frenship soccer program hosted a dedication ceremony on January 7 and recognized the many people who contributed to the construction of the facility.

Frenship Soccer Complex
 

FISD Ninth Grade Campus (located just south of FHS Athletic Complex):

Dirt work for the building pad is complete. Dirt works continues in the parking areas. The campus is scheduled to open in August 2017.
 Ninth Grade Campus

Vocational Ag Facility (located at Woodrow Road and County Road 1300):

Construction of the two new hog barns is complete.

 
 
 
 Hog Barns

Frenship High School Renovations:

All renovations are complete in the FHS cafeteria, Java City, the library/media center, and the new Family Consumer Science classrooms. The new Culinary Arts area continues to progress and is ready for flooring to be installed.

 Java City