Falcons Fall on the Road, Prep for 32-6A

By KEVIN NARROLos Fresnos News LOS FRESNOS-After their Week 2 game against Gregory-Portland, the Falcons fell on the road against Calallen 27-7.Los Fresnos is now 1-1 and head into their bye week before they square off at San Benito on Sept.24 “We are coming off a very tough and physical game against state ranked Calallen,”… Continue reading Falcons Fall on the Road, Prep for 32-6A

LFCISD Open For In-Person Classrooms Again

by Nicholas GutteridgeIn an announcement sent out districtwide on March 29th, Superintendent Gonzalo Salazar informed teachers, parents, and students that Los Fresnos will be recommending all students to come into class physically starting April 12 due to decreasing COVID-19 infectionsacross Cameron County. Previously, most students participated in remote learning while a minority came to class… Continue reading LFCISD Open For In-Person Classrooms Again

Despite pandemic, new era, Falcons remain the team to beat in 32-6A

BY KEVIN NARRO LOS FRESNOS – With last year’s Sweet 16 run, Los Fresnos basketball had finally broke that third-round hump and reached the regional tournament for the first time in program history. While many of the household names have graduated, the 2020-21 season was going to provide its issues with having to replace four… Continue reading Despite pandemic, new era, Falcons remain the team to beat in 32-6A

Los Fresnos tabs David Cantu as new AD, head football coach

by Kevin Narro | RSL After nearly two months, Los Fresnos has a new head man. Los Fresnos CISD approved Brownsville Veterans Memorial’s David Cantu as their new athletic coordinator and head football coach.  Cantu spent nine seasons as the athletic coordinator with Brownsville Veterans, going 61-33 as the Chargers head coach.  “I had to… Continue reading Los Fresnos tabs David Cantu as new AD, head football coach

Student Spotlight: Junior Andrea Iturbe

Top 10 student is former District Spelling Bee finalist in elementary and middle schools. Parents: Bertha Aguirre and Edmundo Iturbe Previous schools attended: Olmito Elementary and Resaca Middle School Colleges considering: Texas A&M University or The University of Texas at Austin Major considering: Biology Career considering: Teacher or university professor Class rank: Top 10 student in Class of 2022 Extracurricular activities: Band… Continue reading Student Spotlight: Junior Andrea Iturbe

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District earns FIRST Superior Achievement rating for 18th straight year

15 financial indicators calculate TEA financial integrity ratings. For the 18th straight year, Los Fresnos CISD has received a Superior Achievement rating from TEA’s Financial Integrity Rating System of Texas (FIRST). Chief Financial Officer Pablo Bazaldua presented the FIRST report to the Los Fresnos CISD Board of Trustees at its meeting Monday. The FIRST rating covered the 2019-2020 school year. The… Continue reading District earns FIRST Superior Achievement rating for 18th straight year

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ACCIONA donates to District to advance STEM education

Donations to area schools will enhance science education programs at elementary schools.The developer of three wind projects in Cameron County has announced donations to Los Fresnos CISD to enhance science education at the district’s nine elementary schools. ACCIONA, owner and operator of San Roman Wind Farm, Palmas Altas Wind Farm, and the soon-to-be-completed La Chalupa… Continue reading ACCIONA donates to District to advance STEM education

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