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The Frisco Independent School District (FISD) is easily one of the fastest growing school districts in the country. Frisco is proud of it’s “small-schools model” that has guided them through over three decades of continuous growth – and that growth doesn’t seem like it will slow down anytime soon.

Renown for its outstanding reputation for academic excellence, innovative programs, exceptional teachers and staff, coupled with unparalleled extracurricular opportunities and athletic experiences, FISD remains committed to creating small, personalized learning environments and strives to know every student by name and need.

Can’t Stop. Won’t Stop.
According to the FISD, the District has grown 7-30 percent annually since the early 1990s and typically adds…
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April showers bring May flowers. And what do May flowers bring? Why festivals of course!

May is the perfect time to make that pilgrimage (yes, I got the pilgrim reference in there!) to one of the many area outdoor festivals before the real summer heat kicks in and we search for air-conditioned venues and activities.

So take a look at some of the exciting festivals and events for the whole family that the month of May has to offer. And don’t forget to honor our veterans during Memorial Day weekend. There are lots of great events taking place in honor of those who have served.

Happy Festival-ing!

 Wildflower! Arts & Music Festival

May 20-22

Galatyn Park

Richardson, Texas

http://wildflowerfestival.com/event_info.html

The

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Spring has definitely sprung and we are all looking to spread our wings and get out into the great outdoors … weather permitting of course! 

There is never a shortage of things to do in North Texas. From sporting events, music festivals or something with art and culture, to family-friendly outings or cutting-edge, adult-only ventures, you will find it readily available no matter what time of year. Here are some great ideas of places to go and things to do – both inside and out -- through the end of April.

And if you are new to the North Texas area, get your calendar ready. You are going to be very busy with all North Texas has to offer!

Off The Rails Country Music Festival

Saturday April 23 & Sunday April 24

Toyota Stadium

Frisco

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Hello Frisco. Hello World.

Back in 1997, in a little town located just 20 minutes north of Dallas, 29,000 people called Frisco home. Now in 2016, the once small “bedroom community” has grown by more than 300 percent, topping over 150,000. Forbes.com named Frisco as one of the top 10 places to relocate (2009), and Money Magazine recognized the city as one of the top 100 places to live in the nation (2008). No small feat for a town that was a blip on the map almost 20 years ago.

So why is Frisco all of a sudden on the top so many favorable lists? It can most likely be attributed to four primary factors:
1) a strong infrastructure,
2) exceptional leadership,
3) cutting-edge commercial developments, and
4) exemplary schools

To learn more about

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