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SIX LOS FRESNOS CISD SCHOOLS EARN TRIPLE DISTINCTION

Six Los Fresnos CISD schools – 43 percent of all campuses – achieved the rating of Met Standard in three areas in a report released by the Texas Education Agency. Under the state accountability system, campuses in Texas that achieve the rating of Met Standard can also earn distinction designations in the following three areas: […]

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CLASSES BEGAN MONDAY FOR LOS FRESNOS CISD STUDENTS

Classes began Monday, Aug. 26 for more than 10,400 students in the Los Fresnos CISD ISD. The last day of school is June 3, 2014. The 2013-14 Academic Calendar features 177 instructional days – 81 in the first semester and 98 in the second semester. The four marking periods end Oct. 18, Dec. 20, March […]

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Consent Agenda Items Approved at Aug.12 Meeting

Trustees also approved the following on the Consent Agenda: – Minutes for Meeting/s held on July 8, 2013. – Budget Amendment #17 for Fiscal Year 2012-2013. – Ad-Valorem Tax Refunds for the Month of August 2013. – Budget Priorities for the 2013-2014 School Year. – Agreements/Contracts for Fiduciary Liability Insurance and Crime Insurance with Travelers […]

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Board Approves 18 Positions, Including Asst. Principal, 14 Teachers; Budget Priorities

By unanimous vote, trustees approved Jesus Molina as Assistant Principal at Los Fresnos High School, and 17 other positions, including 14 teachers. Positions approved by the board include: Reynaldo Buendia, Truancy Officer Raul de la Cruz, Athletic Trainer Myrian Kuntz, Educational Diagnostician Yaitzma Caraveo, Teacher, Los Fresnos High School Audrey Escobedo, Teacher, Los Fresnos High […]

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Falcon Varsity Cheerleaders Bring Home Superior Ratings at UCA Camp

The LFHS cheerleaders took home two honors and received superior ratings at the Universal Cheerleaders Association (UCA) camp in Edinburg July 29-Aug. 1. The varsity was named Xtreme Routine Champions and Sideline Champions, and received superior ratings on their Fight Song and Team Cheer. LFHS also received the Leadership Award, considered to be the most prestigious […]

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Los Fresnos United Fish Camp Scheduled Aug. 16

Los Fresnos United will hold its Fish Camp for incoming freshman students Friday, Aug. 16, at the school. Two sessions will be offered. Students whose last names start from A to L will meet from 9-11 a.m. Students whose last names start with M to Z will meet from 1-3 p.m. “Fish Camp is a […]

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Arcia, Urbis, Boles, Named National AP Scholars

Three Students Named National AP ScholarsThe top three 2013 Los Fresnos High School graduates – Alexis Garcia, Scott Urbis and Jacob Boles – have been named National AP Scholars by the College Board. Twenty-eight LFHS students were recognized as AP Scholars. The National AP Program offers several AP Scholar Awards to recognize high school students […]

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Mandatory LFHS Summer Band Begins July 29

Summer Band for Los Fresnos High School band students begins at 7 a.m. Monday, July 29 and runs for one week. Summer Band is mandatory for all students as preparation for the fall marching show begins. The Summer Band schedule is as follows: 7-9:45 a.m. All members marching rehearsal (physical training and fundamentals); Color Guard […]

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Flexible School Day Program Presented

Cynthia Garcia, Director of the College, Career and Technology Academy, presented information about an Optional Flexible School Day Program. OFSDP is a program that districts may offer to provide flexible hours and days of attendance for students in any grade who have dropped out of school, are at risk of dropping out, are participating in […]

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UT-PanAm Professor Presents Study About Los Fresnos CISD

Dr. Miguel de los Santos, Professor at The University of Texas-Pan American in the Doctoral Program in Educational Administration, presented a summary of an informal study conducted by UTPA students about the Los Fresnos CISD. The study was performed by students in De los Santos’ Educational Leadership “Organizational Theory in Education” class as an assignment. […]

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