Transitioning from a position as assistant principal at Frenship High School to the principal of North Ridge Elementary School is less stressful than one might imagine. Shannon Morrison, the new principal at North Ridge, said there are a lot of differences, with the best being the hugs from tiny students. “I can’t even walk 10 […]
About 100 parents turned out for an informational meeting about new school boundaries for the 2014-15 school year, when Frenship ISD will open a new elementary school on Milwaukee Avenue and Itasca Street. Michelle McCord, Frenship’s assistant superintendent of administrative services, told parents gathered in the North Ridge Elementary School cafeteria on Oct. 10 that […]
The Teacher No Talent Show at North Ridge Elementary School was a success, if you didn’t mind buckets of water or vomit being thrown at you. Both buckets turned out to contain mere confetti. Elementary students loved it anyway, after their squeals of terror at possibly being drenched dissolved into giggles. This is the third […]
Frenship Independent School District officials aren’t sure when they’ll build a new elementary school, but they can say where. Just before the Christmas holiday, the district purchased 19.2 acres of land on the east side of North Milwaukee Avenue at its intersection with Itasca Street. Frenship Public Relations Director Andy Penney said buying the land […]
New school clothes and supplies were in abundance as pre-kindergarteners through seniors in the Frenship Independent School District started school Monday, but some of the middle school students started the year in a brand new building. At Heritage Middle School, students, teachers and Principal Greg Hernandez were in agreement the first day of school in […]
Many people have watched television coverage of destruction in Haiti following an earthquake last month, but one North Ridge Elementary School student was moved to begin organizing a fundraiser for the people of Haiti. Her efforts helped raise more than $3,000 for the quake-stricken nation. Fallyn Berry, a fifth-grader at North Ridge, sent an e-mail […]
Through the Summer Adoption Program, which is part of the school’s Zoo Crew, about 110 animals made the move this year. Through the program, families have chosen to adopt an animal for one month, two months or the entire summer.
North Ridge Elementary School is looking for volunteers to take care of classroom animals over the summer. Animals that still need homes are: two ring-necked doves; two hamsters; two gerbils; a fancy mouse; and two clawed frogs.