Every Student, Every Day
Friday, December 18
Upcoming Dates & Events
- Dec 21 thru Jan 1 - Winter Break (No School)
- Jan 4 - Return to school
- Jan 5 - 80's Dress Up Day
- Jan 18 - No School (Holiday)
- Jan 29 - Good Morning Hosp!
Amazing Job by the Hosp Choir on Tour This Week at City Hall, The Lodge at Quail Park and Rambling Oaks Courtyard
Jan 4th - AM Car Drop Off
Please note that students do not need to wait for someone to open their door to exit to the curb - sometimes there are only 2 or 3 staff members available to open doors, which means if every car waits until they get to a staff member, carpool will take even longer.
As long as the line of cars is stopped and you are next to the curb, please have your students exit on the curb side and walk along the sidewalk to the Pod 3 entry doors.
Lost & Found is Full Again
Parents can sign-in to look for items as well, either before or after school until 3:20pml. The Lost & Found is located in front of Pod 3 (hallway before Kinder & 1st grade).
Unclaimed items will be donated on Friday, January 8.
Congratulations to Our Hosp Fun Run Winner, Oliver McCoy, Who Was Principal for a Day. He Did a Great Job!
Support Frisco's History-Making Lone Star Football Team!
Rezoning Letter from Frisco ISD
Dear Current Phillips Creek Ranch Families in Grades K-4:
At the December regular meeting of the Board of Trustees, members finalized the zone for the new Vaughn Elementary (located at 3535 Guinn Gate Drive, which is scheduled to open in the 2016-2017 school year).
It was also determined that, in order to move the least number of students at this time, current students (and their younger siblings) in planning units 38A, 38C, 38L, and 38K (Phillips Creek Ranch and Frisco Lakes) who currently attend Hosp will continue to attend Hosp until the Phillips Creek Ranch area elementary school is built.
Students who move into this area after January 1, 2016, or begin school after January 1, 2016 and do not have an older sibling attending Hosp will attend Nichols Elementary School. This is reflected by the area that shows green stripes – on the map we post on the website this area will all be in orange.
Because Nichols should have ample space with the rezoning of all of Pearson Farms to Vaughn, the new campus in PCR could possibly open a year later than previously thought – 2018 instead of 2017, although the District will continue to monitor and prepare.
These elementary zone changes do not impact the current middle school or high school zones for students.
Sincerely, FISD Demographic Team