On June 30, 2022, the USDA federal waivers that made it possible for Frenship ISD to serve free breakfast and lunch to students during the pandemic have expired. As a result, Frenship must go back to charging for school meals and offering the free and reduced-priced meals.
During the month of February, designated as Career and Technical Education (CTE) Month, Frenship ISD is excited to recognize the highly successful CTE program that is shaping Frenship students’ futures. This week we would like to feature Frenship Robotics and Engineering - a program that spans from the elementary level to high school.
About a dozen students from the Crestview Running Club (CRC) hit the pavement running at the Lubbock Mayor’s Marathon this past weekend. CRC members raced in the 5k and 1-mile fun run and did an amazing job as they represented Crestview Elementary!
The Frenship ISD Fine Arts Department invites the community to the annual Showcase of the Visual and Performing Arts scheduled for April 18-29 at the FHS Performing Arts Center. More than 1,200 of Frenship’s finest musicians, dancers, actors and artists from throughout the district will come together to showcase their talents.