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Inclusion T-shirts

Please join FISD and the FISD Council of PTAs in supporting the inclusion of ALL students by proudly sharing the message, “I’m inclusive!” Follow the link to order your t-shirt and share the message! The last day to order is September 13th.

2019-20 Spirit Shirts

Good day Pink Families!   We still have a lot of girls/ladies sizes of the 2019-20 spirit shirts available for purchase. Selected sizes and quantities remain for the boys/mens shirts.   We are accepting orders until August 30th.   The kids love to show their Pink pride every month by wearing their shirts to Good …

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2019 Pink Elementary Warrior Dash Committee

The Pink Elementary Warrior Dash is set to happen Friday, October, 25th! This is an obstacle fun run and is our main fundraiser for the year. In order to make this year’s Warrior Dash a success, we need a few volunteers to serve on the Warrior Dash committee! Follow the link for more details and …

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Spirit Wear

If you didn’t get a chance to purchase our Spirit Wear last night at Meet the Teacher, there’s still plenty of sizes left! Stop by the Pink front office and Mrs. Fox can help you out. Parents, if you want to show your Pink Pride we also have lots of adult sizes too!! 

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Get Ready for School – Join PTA

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2019-2020 School Supply List

My Payment Plus Transition

    My Payments Plus Transition Frisco ISD will move to new, separate systems for accepting online payments in the 2019-20 school year. Both systems, School Café and OnlineSchoolFees, will reduce processing fees for debit and credit card transactions and provide a free payment option using electronic checks. At the end of the current school …

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Principal’s Summer Reading Challenge

  Have your students started the Summer Reading Challenge?   If not, start today. We encourage all students to read at least 2-3 hours per week over the summer to prevent the “Summer Slide”. Research shows that children who don’t read during the summer months can lose up to two months of learning by the …

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