Digital Citizenship is a concept that teaches our students how to use technology appropriately; similar to teaching kids to be good citizens. This month, students across the District, are learning about Relationships and Communication.
Frenship is hosting Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten Roundup on Wednesday, May 5 at every elementary campus. To help reduce the possible spread of COVID-19, we request only the child and no more than two legal guardians attend Pre-K and Kindergarten Roundup.
Each Frenship elementary school library hosted March Madness: A Tournament of Books. This book tournament was held at the same time as the NCAA March Madness basketball tournament. This encouraged students from Pre-Kindergarten all the way to fifth grade to read a book, or listen to a book being read, and vote for their favorite one.
The Scholastic Buy One Get One Free Book Fair is coming to Legacy! The BOGO Book Fair will run from April 15 through April 21 from 8:00-3:45. If you don't want to send cash with your child, set up your ewallet online now. Read the full story for more details.
Every year, FHS hosts a blood drive that is open to students, faculty and staff, and community members. This year is no different, and due to the ongoing, global pandemic, the drive is more important than ever before.
Students in Shawna Prestridge’s fourth grade class had a Super Mario Day when she set up her classroom to model a Mario Kart game, complete with six-levels of competition, to review how to revise and edit material.