Theatre arts teacher, Katie Reed, is teaching students the importance of stage make-up Her students are learning about a variety of looks they could create with various make-up techniques.
Frankston Elementary celebrated Grandparent's Day on Friday, September, 6th. Thanks to everyone who joined us on this special day and shared in our effort to honor grandparents and the important role they play in the lives of our students.
Congratulations to all of the September recipients of the Indian of the Month award!
Kaitlynn Norfleet and
On September 23, 2019, Frankston Elementary School will be holding a public meeting to gather input regarding the performance of the elementary students and the TEA accountability ratings.
Frankston Elementary is promoting better overall attendance with a monthly contest between all of the elementary grades. Congratulations to the third-grade class for being the winner for the month of August with a 98.98% attendance rate! As a reward, they received extra recess time.
Frankston Middle School promotes positive behavior and encourages attendance and learning
through our Tribe Incentive Program. Students will be eligible for drawings at the end of each
6 week grading periods based on the qualifications listed below. In addition, an end of the
semester day trip will be planned for all students who have met the necessary qualifications.
Mrs.Canady’s fifth-grade science classes are learning about the different properties of matter. Students are conducting experiments by using circuits and various materials to determine if items are insulators, conductors or if they are magnetic. Their goal is to determine if
Frankston ISD is pleased to announce these exciting opportunities that will be available for the 2019-2020 school year. Spanish teacher, Lindsey Ruiz, has created a new Spanish Club and has planned lots of fun activities for students.
The Frankston ISD food service department won the Best of the Bunch award for the Texas Farm Fresh Challenge. This award is the highest attainable honor for the challenge. FISD was one of 31 Texas school districts to receive this award and the only district in our region.