Frisco ISD Council of PTAs

Every child's potential is a reality


Frisco ISD to Host Community Forums on Bond Program

Frisco Independent School District invites residents to learn more about the bond program appearing on the ballot on May 10, 2014.

Voters are being asked to consider a $775 million bond package to provide educational facilities for up to 66,000 students.

FISD leaders will present information and answer questions from the public during four upcoming community forums.

Each event will be held from 6 to 7 p.m. The schedule is as follows:

  • Wednesday, April 16 – Heritage High School, 14040 El Dorado Parkway.
  • Thursday, April 17 – Centennial High School, 6901 Coit Road.

You can learn more about the bond program at the forums or watch a short informational video,


Frisco ISD Council of PTAs supports this bond!

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Contact Cheryl Pembleton,, for questions.

Want to attend TXPTA Summer Leadership Seminar in Houston this Summer?

Need a little help getting there? 

Apply for a FISD Council of PTAs Leadership Scholarship and you could be on your way. 

Please complete the application

SLS Scholarship Form 2013-14

and mail to:  Frisco ISD Council of PTAs, PO Box 44, Frisco, TX 75034

If you have any questions, please contact Susan Thomas,


For more information on the Summer Leadership Seminar, visit the Texas PTA website.

Frisco ISD Council of PTAs

12th Annual

Texas PTA Life Membership Awards Reception

Thank you to everyone that came last night!

We had a great turnout including Mayor Maso.

We are looking for dedicated, enthusiastic individuals to join the Council Board. Please fill out the attached form and submit it as instructed on the form.

Council Board Interest Form


Frisco ISD Bond Program 2014

On Saturday, May 10, 2014, the citizens of the Frisco Independent School District will be asked to consider a $775 million bond package to provide educational facilities for up to 66,000 students. PASA Demographics currently projects Frisco ISD will reach that enrollment figure in 2020.

The plan was developed by a committee of 27 parents and community members who met for several months to review current FISD facilities and capacities, historical growth and projections, economic indicators and growth plans of the city, along with cost estimates and financial implications. About half of the members had previous bond committee experience.

Ultimately, the group proposed a package that includes new schools, additions and land purchases, instructional and student support needs, and renovations to support facilities. Trustees accepted the proposal at the February 10th regular meeting of the Board and called a bond election for May 10, 2014.

For more information please view the 2014 Frisco ISD Bond Program video which includes commentary by Dr. Lyon.

Frisco ISD attendance zone

Frisco ISD Named to AP District Honor Roll

Frisco ISD is among only 14 school districts in Texas honored by the College Board with placement on its 4th Annual AP District Honor Roll.

The Honor Roll recognizes districts for making significant gains in student performance and access to Advanced Placement courses.  

View FISD website for more information....


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