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Board Approves 2019-20 Academic Calendar

by Ronnie Zamora/LFCISD Los Fresnos CISD Board of Trustees approved the 2019-20 Academic Calendar at its regular monthly meeting Monday. The calendar marks the fourth straight year that Los Fresnos CISD will take advantage of opportunities provided by the district’s adoption of District of Innovation status. The 2019-20 calendar shows a few differences from the […]

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Valley Regional CEO Addresses CTE Advisory Board

by Ronnie Zamora/LFCISD The need for health care workers has become critical, Valley Regional Medical Center Chief Executive Officer Art Garza told the Los Fresnos CISD Career and Technical Education Advisory Board Tuesday. CE Director Ronnie Rodriguez gave the board an update about the internship program, classes with Texas Southmost College, the JET Grant, and […]

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Thanksgiving Feast Brings Together 600 People

  by Ronnie Zamora/LFCISD More than 600 people and 100 volunteers came together at the Los Fresnos United Cafeteria for a successful 9th Annual Thanksgiving Feast. The event was co-sponsored by the Los Fresnos CISD Family Engagement Office and the Communities in Schools program. Brownsville and Los Fresnos businesses donated door prizes for families who […]

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Law Enforcement Officers Visit Campuses for Red Ribbon Week

by Ronnie Zamora/LFCISD To help raise awareness of the dangers of illegal drugs, several law enforcement personnel visited Los Fresnos CISD schools for Red Ribbon Week. Among those visiting schools were groups from the Department of Public Safety and Cameron County District Attorney Luis Saenz. At Lopez-Riggins Elementary, DPS Corporal Derrick Hinojosa and troopers Randy […]

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LFHS Band Receives “1” Rating; Qualifies for Area

by Ronnie Zamora/LFCISD The Los Fresnos High School Marching Band earned a rating of Division I at the 76th Annual Pigskin Jubilee Saturday in Weslaco. A light rain did not dampen the spirits of the nine Region 28 Class 6A schools in attendance. The Falcon band now qualifies for the UIL Class 6A Area G […]

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Middle Schools United Experience to Draw 2,400

by Ronnie Zamora/LFCISD Almost 2,400 students from three middle schools will take part in the 3rd Annual Middle Schools United Experience Oct. 31 and Nov. 1 at Los Fresnos United. The guest speaker is Jonathan Medina, a former collegiate football player at Georgetown University. The Rio Hondo native is a nationally recognized Latino Motivational Youth Speaker. […]

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RVE Takes LAF 5K Walk/Run Trophy with 139 Runners

by Ronnie Zamora/LFCISD Rancho Verde Elementary took home the traveling trophy with the most participants in the Leo Aguilar Foundation 5K Run/Walk Oct. 13. A total of 619 runners and walkers were registered. Of that total, 430 came from Los Fresnos CISD schools The top four schools and their entries were: Rancho Verde Elementary: 139 […]

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Los Cuates Honor Band Gets National Honor Again

by Ronnie Zamora/LFCISD The national awards for the Los Cuates Middle School Honor Band keep rolling in. For the second straight year, LCMS has been received distinction from The Foundation for Music Education, this time as a Commended Winner in the 2018 Mark of Excellence/National Wind Honors project. LCMS was among the National winners in […]

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Resaca STEAM Students, Parents Make Walls Colorful

by Ronnie Zamora/LFCISD Children enjoy writing or coloring on the walls, but rarely do parents allow them to. This time, not only did parents allow their children to write on the walls, the parents joined them. Sixth-grade students and their parents at Resaca Middle School’s inaugural STEAM Academy took part in the first RMS STEAM […]

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Outstanding Elementary Students Recognized at Game

by Ronnie Zamora/LFCISD Students who do great things deserve recognition. Outstanding Los Fresnos CISD elementary and middle school students who have shown strong academic progress, leadership and community service are recognized at Los Fresnos Falcon football games before thousands of fans. The students are recognized between the first and second quarters. They get to shake […]

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