Fossil Ridge High School

Weekly Newletter

Fossil Ridge Cheer Makes History as UIL Co-Ed Champions for Three Consecutive Years!

Fossil Ridge Cheer made history this week by becoming the first-ever co-ed cheer team to win three consecutive UIL state titles. Our cheer program continues to make history year after year under the direction of Victoria Butler. Coach Butler, her team, and our athletes who work tirelessly to reach new heights of success. Next up, JV cheer competes at the NCA High School Nationals next week while Ridge Co-Ed prepares for the UCA High School Nationals in February. Congratulation to the Fossil Ridge cheer program!
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Greetings Ridge Student, Parents and Guardians:

A reminder that this is a three-day weekend for your student. In commemoration of the birth and contributions of Dr. Martin Luther King, Monday, January 17th is a district holiday!

As we grapple with Covid issues, please remember to keep your student at home if they are not feeling well, especially if they have a fever or other Covid symptoms. We ask for your patience as we grapple with issues that affect daily school operations. Due to the pandemic, we are struggling to cover classes for absent teachers. We usually do a great job covering those classes with substitute teachers, but from time to time we have to combine classes to ensure students have a teacher.

We encourage you to access the Aeries system to keep track of your student's attendance and grades. While we try to make you aware of issues related to attendance and grades, you are the best source to keep track of your student's progress. If you need help accessing Aeries for grades or attendance, please call the office and we will assist you.

Enjoy the three-day weekend with your family!

- Mr. Hadley

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Spend an Evening with Bestselling Author Jeff Selingo

KISD Counseling is excited to invite our families to spend an evening with bestselling author Jeff Selingo, who immersed himself in the world of college admissions for a year to answer the question on the minds of teenagers and their parents: how do colleges select their freshman class?

Jeff is a journalist and higher education author whose most recent book, “Who Gets In And Why: A Year Inside College Admissions” gives readers a peek behind the curtain of elite college admissions. In writing the book, Jeff spent a year embedded in the selection process at the University of Washington, Emory University, and Davidson College and followed a group of high-school seniors through the college search. Throughout the book he introduces you to the players behind-the-scenes — the marketers, the financial-aid consultants, and the rankers who have a role in who gets in and why.

Jeff will be at the CHS auditorium on Tuesday, January 25th from 6:00-8:00 pm to speak to parents and students about his inside view of the college admissions process. The event will also be live streamed via YouTube and available to view after the event for 7 days on the KISD webpage. In this conversation with KISD Director of District Counseling Programs, Dr. Sandra Benavidez, Jeff will dispel the entrenched notions of how to compete and win at the admissions game, reveal why families have much to gain by broadening their notion of what qualifies as a “good” college, and explain how the pandemic impacts admissions.

Other topics to be discussed include the role of academic rigor, rank, GPA, and other criteria in the college admissions process.

Keeping Fossil Ridge COVID-19 Safe

If your child tests positive for Covid:

1. Go to the Fossil Ridge website

2. On the left-hand side under "Quick Links" click on "Covid-19 Reporting"

3. Enter all Covid related information and upload the positive results

Here is the link for quick access reporting:

For more Frequently Asked Questions regarding Covid procedures visit

We hope you and your family stay healthy this winter.

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Free Online Tutoring Available Now!

Keller ISD has partnered with in an effort to provide more academic support to high school students and families.

Online tutorial service will be available for KISD high school students seven days a week, between the hours of 6 a.m. to midnight. Tutoring hours will be capped at 90 minutes per student per week, with hours resetting every Friday. If students need more support, they should contact their teacher and discuss additional options.

This online tutorial service is meant to provide supplemental support for students and should not replace teacher instruction. Students needing academic support should always reach out to their teachers first, then are encouraged to use services as additional assistance when needed.

Once the service begins, students will access online tutoring through KCloud, and will click the tile to log in to the service. will be available for high school students in all subject areas and at all academic levels, and tutors are available for English and Spanish instruction.

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Visit the FRHS Go Center Online!

Visit our College, Career, Military Readiness Go Center, and explore and plan your post-secondary dreams. Click here to speak to our Go Center Coach, Mr. Higgins

Follow the Go Center on Twitter @FrhsGo

Weekly Bulletin

Our Weekly Bulletin provides a snapshot of events for the upcoming week. Click here to view!

Crime Stoppers - Leave Us An Anonymous Tip

We are here for you! Leave us an anonymous tip by:

  • Calling: 817-469-8477
  • Going Online:
  • Using the Mobile App: CCS FFL mobile app (download it in your app store)

Seniors - Class of 2022

Check out the FRHS Senior Newsletter to stay up to date on important senior year information.

Connect to the Ridge - Student Clubs & Organizations

Looking for a place to connect at the Ridge? Check out our updated list of clubs and organizations: