The Frisco ISD Board of Trustees finalized attendance zones for the 2016-17 school year during its regular meeting on December 14. This was a result of months of consideration and discussion.
The Board unanimously approved zones as recommended by the administration for four new schools, including Vaughn and Miller elementary schools, Lebanon Trail High School and Nelson Middle School, as well as adjustments between Comstock and Ashley and Curtsinger and Smith elementary schools. Several of the recommendations were modified by administrators earlier in December based on feedback and ongoing evaluation. No additional changes were made to the zones and approved maps with the suggested modifications.
Now that the zones are set, Lebanon Trail High School Principal Devin Padavil plans to meet with future students and parents in January. Specific dates have been set at Clark, Fowler and Hunt middle schools. One of the first orders of business will be selecting a mascot for the school. Some of the highlights are:
New Schools Opening in 2016
Lebanon Trail High School, 5151 Ohio Drive – affecting zones of Liberty, Independence, Centennial and Frisco high schools. Link: Approved Zone
Nelson Middle School, 10100 Independence Parkway – affecting zones of Roach, Maus and Scoggins middle schools. Link: Approved Zone
Miller Elementary, 300 Cypress Hill Drive in Little Elm – affecting zones of Robertson, Phillips, Newman and Boals elementary schools. Link: Approved Zone
Vaughn Elementary, 3535 Guinn Gate Drive – affecting zones of Hosp and Nichols elementary schools. Link: Approved Zone
Proposed Modifications to Existing School Zones
Ashley and Comstock elementary schools – Link: Approved Zone
Curtsinger and Smith elementary schools – Link: Approved Zone
Rezoning details can be found at the link http://www.friscoisd.org/departments/attendance-zones/rezoning
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