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Frenship teachers to get pay raise(0)

July 23, 2014

Teachers and staff in the Frenship Independent School District can celebrate. On average, they are getting a 3 percent pay raise for the 2014-15 school year. First-year teachers also have room to celebrate. Not only do they have new jobs, they also will start at $36,000, up $1,000 from last year. The Frenship Board of […]

Frenship teachers to get pay raise

Frenship HS class of 1954 celebrates 60 years at reunion

Sixty years after graduating from Frenship High School, members of the class of 1954 opened up their reunion to members of other classes who wished to come. Nine of the original 27 graduates showed up Saturday night for tea and dinner at The Red Zone, where the classmates had a back room reserved for the […]

Frenship grad accepted into West Point

A Frenship High School graduate will continue his education at the United States Military Academy at West Point next month. Joseph Monje graduated from FHS in 2013, but he said he didn’t decide to try aiming for West Point until his senior year. Most applicants start the process in their junior year, he said. So […]

Frenship approves manager for bond projects

Barely a month after a school bond election was approved by Frenship voters, the Frenship Independent School District Board of Trustees approved a construction manager at-risk at an early morning meeting on Wednesday. Lee Lewis Construction was picked over one other bidder, Buford-Thompson Construction, to manage construction of all of the construction projects from Frenship’s […]

Frenship students of the month

Madison Aguilar, an eighth-grader at Heritage, is the daughter of Eric and Francisca Aguilar. She is involved in dance and plays flute and guitar. Hannah Beilue, a seventh-grader at Frenship Middle School, is the daughter of Shane and Sandra Beilue. She is involved in the National Junior Honor Society, FCA, volleyball and track and is […]

Reese, Frenship HS to graduate this week

Two graduation events are scheduled this week in Frenship. Frenship Class of 2014 Valedictorian: Ryan Opton, son of Eric and Laura Opton Salutatorian: Hannah Rogers, daughter of Randy and Leeta Rogers Number of graduates: 428 Scholarship money offered to the class: $3.1 million Class president: Jonathan Beck, son of Dr. Howard Beck and Dr. Suzanne […]

Chivalry leads to May Kindness Award for FHS sophomore

An act of chivalry led to Frenship High School sophomore Matthew McCumber being awarded the Parent Teacher Student Association Acts of Kindness Award for the month of May. Teacher Connie Pfanmiller had never met McCumber before he recently helped her out when she dropped her lunch, a drink and other items. “Only a set of […]

Physics figures lead to Frenship HS act of kindness

Physics calculations may not be considered an act of kindness, but for some Frenship High School students, Rachel Sarkis’ efforts to help out with them probably seem like it. According to teacher Kelsey Slaughter, Rachel regularly helps classmates who struggle with equations in her physics class. Slaughter said Rachel doesn’t just help with the problem […]


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