Week of Apr. 10 briefs

FHS to host blood drive April 19-20

Frenship High School will host a community blood drive April 19-20 from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the student center.

The following requirements must be met to donate: Must be at least 16 years old (16- and 17-year-olds must have a permission slip);

Must bring a photo ID;

Must meet minimum weight requirements PLUS five pounds;

Must be healthy with no recent surgeries, blood diseases or high temperature.

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Summer of Reading slated to return

The city of Wolfforth Library returns its Summer of Reading program this year.

The program will kick off on May 25 with a “Story Walk” for participants to stay active and read while walking on a safe course.

The event, which is themed “Build a Better World,” also returns its reading competition. Readers compete by grade level and log reading information during library hours as a part of the summer reading contest.

This year’s theme focuses on community involvement, good citizenship, building and construction.

Although not all events have been announced, the library has made plans to host Jolynn Payne from Rocking Paw Dog Training and Kennel Suites as she presents a program titled “Pup Patrol” to teach community children about dog bite prevention and pet ownership. The library also returns its 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten event.

Every Friday, the library is slated to show a family-friendly movie at noon and a storytime reading every Wednesday at 10 a.m.

At the end of the contest, after all winners are announced by grade level, a Star Reader is chosen.

For more details or to sign up, call the library at (806) 855-4150.

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FISD to offer pre-K at all 8 campuses

The Frenship Independent School District will offer pre-K schooling at all of its eight elementary schools next fall.

Currently, FISD has four campuses that offer pre-K courses.

Parents can register their children during the Pre-K Roundup from 3:30 to 6 p.m. May 10 at each campus.

Children enrolling in preschool must qualify based on criteria determined by the state of Texas, which includes: Families who participate in TANF/SNAP;

Income verification;

Children in foster care;

Children who have a parent in active military or injured/killed while serving;

Children considered as Limited English Proficient.

Transportation to and from the schools will be provided by Frenship ISD.

For more information about Frenship ISD’s pre-K program, please contact the appropriate elementary campus.


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