Frankston Independent School District fosters a community of life-long learners by providing an environment that builds self-worth, integrity, and respect for diversity while striving for academic and social excellence.
As summer draws to a close and fall gets set to take center stage, spending much of your day indoors is less than desirable. FISD Ag teacher Riley Webb felt his students could benefit from a bit of fresh air so he moved the lesson outdoors.
This fall, 'Back to School" will also mean "Back to student meal rates." Breakfast will remain free, but, student lunches will be $2.95. Families needing assistance paying for meals will have the opportunity to apply for free/reduced lunches.