PLANO ISD – Applications for the IB World School at Huffman Elementary will be available on the school’s website beginning March 2 at 8 a.m. through March 26. In addition, a virtual information meeting will be held March 2 at 6 p.m. via Zoom. A link to the meeting is available on the Huffman PYP web page. SpanishContinue reading “Applications for International Baccalaureate #IB Primary Years World School at Plano’s Huffman Elementary now being accepted #Mandarin”
From Frisco Education Foundation:Thank you to all of our donors, volunteers, ambassadors, staff, advisory and board members who helped fulfill FEF’s mission in an unprecedented year. 2020 taught us many valuable lessons in how to adapt to a largely virtual environment. We invite you to join us as we turn the page to a newContinue reading “Frisco Education Foundation thankful for donors, volunteers in support of students”
COLLIN COLLEGE — Graduation is different this year at Collin College. For the first time in the college’s history students are graduating with baccalaureate degrees. While Collin College awarded more than 2,500 associate degrees and certificates this December, 17 students earned Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degrees. “This marks a new chapter atContinue reading “Congrats! First to graduate with new Nursing degree #CollinCollege”
THL 3.0 is a comprehensive initiative to support school systems, teachers, parents, and students during the public health crisis and beyond with high-quality instructional materials, technology solutions, and professional development resources. Additional THL 3.0 instructional materials for other subjects and grade levels will be announced over the coming weeks.
Frisco ISD’s Advanced Placement (AP) program has grown to become one of the largest in Texas, with 8,475 students taking 17,843 AP exams in the 2019-20 school year. This is an increase of more than 925 students and 1,800 more exams administered than the year before. Dr. Angela Romney, managing director of academic programs, said:Continue reading “Almost 8,500 Frisco ISD college-bound students advance in AP programs #APHumanGeography #APWorldHistory #APEnglish #APUSHistory”
See Frisco Education Foundation website for information on scholarships. Slideshow https://youtu.be/9B7UwwL2_y4 Go to Frisco Education Foundation to learn more about scholarships.
Congrats to Class of 2020 scholarship recipients. See Frisco Education Foundation website for information on scholarships. Slideshow See Frisco Education Foundation for information on scholarships.
Did you know that Collin County is the fastest growing county in Texas? Collin County is also one of the top growth counties in the United States Let’s bring you up to speed on Collin County McKinney is the county seat, and Collin County is 848 square miles of land and 38 square miles ofContinue reading “The 411 on your one million Collin County TX neighbors #collincounty #demographics”