Frankford Middle School Enews


8th grade Basketball v. Armstrong

Monday, Feb. 1st, 6pm

Frankford Middle School, Dallas, TX, United States

Dallas, TX

8th grade Girls Basketball v. Armstrong

Monday, Feb. 1st, 6pm

3805 Timberline Drive

Plano, TX

Armstrong Middle School

7th grade Basketball v. Armstrong

Thursday, Feb. 4th, 6pm

Frankford Middle School, Dallas, TX, United States

Dallas, TX

7th grade Girls Basketball v. Armstrong

Thursday, Feb. 4th, 6pm

3805 Timberline Drive

Plano, TX

@Armstrong Middle School

PE and Athletics News


· Please remind your child to be locking their belongings in their PE locker each day during class. If they have forgotten their combination, they can get it from a coach.

· Dressing out for PE includes either blue or black shorts and a white or grey t-shirt. PE “uniforms” can be purchased from the PTA at Please be sure to write your child’s name on their clothes in case they are misplaced.

· If you child has been sick or is unable to participate on a certain day, please send a note with them or an email to your child’s coach to let us know.


  • There will be a track/cross country Parent Meeting on Tuesday, February 2nd in the Gym from 6:00-7:00PM. We will go over very important information for the upcoming track & field and cross country season. Track & Field will begin once basketball finishes. We will be going over the practice schedule, track meet procedures, and expectations during the meeting. PTA will also be there with shirt samples of our track team shirt to try on for ordering. If your son or daughter is in athletics for Track & Field/Cross Country please make plans to attend. The coaches will be there to meet you and answer any other questions you may have. Events include: shot put, discus, long jump, triple jump, hurdles, 100M dash, 200M dash, 400M, 1600M, 800M, 4x100M Relay, and 4x400M Relay.
  • Track Gear Ordering is open at Athletes can choose from the traditional track long sleeve t-shirt or may choose to order the short sleeve version. Hoodies and sweat pants are also available for ordering. Be sure to get your orders in!! Online ordering will close on Wednesday, February 10th. All orders must be turned in by that date. No additional orders will be accepted.

Jeff McDonnell

Athletic Director

Frankford Middle School


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Frankford Middle School Report Card

The State of Texas 2014-2015 School Report Card for Frankford Middle School has now been released, and posted to the Frankford middle School website (under the quicklinks) . This is a report required by the Texas Legislature and prepared by the Texas Education Agency. The report provides information concerning student performance on the State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR), as well as information on student enrollment, class size averages, and financial expenditures. The information contained in the School Report Card is required by state law and is briefly described in the “School Report Card Definitions.” If you have any questions concerning the School Report Card, please let us know. Thank you for your continued support of Frankford Middle School.

Shurandia Holden

Frankford Middle School Principal

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6th grade Newsletter

Please email Mrs. Satz at to receive the 6th Grade Weekly Newsletter.

Thank you,

Elizabeth Satz

Frankford Middle School

6th Grade Social Studies

Student Council Co-Sponsor


6TH GRADE PARENTS: Please provide an updated immunization record for your student at the beginning of the spring semester in January. If your child has not had the required TDAP booster, 2nd varicella, and meningitis vaccines, they must receive them and provide a copy to the clinic by May 1, 2016. You may call or email me with questions. Barbara Fox, RN. 469-752-5209; fax: 469-752-5220;

Barbara Fox, RN

Frankford Middle School


Fax: 469-752-5220

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Shepton News

“The Shepton PTSA and counseling department would like to invite you to a screening of the film, Race to Nowhere, on February 22nd from 6:30pm-8pm. This film is 85 minutes long with a discussion to follow from 8-8:30pm. Please register your attendance here . If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Cai-Boxrz at”

For your convenience, we will have a film screening at 4:45pm on the same day to accommodate staff in addition to the original 6:30pm screening time.

The film is 80 minutes so you will be done just after 6pm and do not have to stay late into your evening. You only need to register once for either screening time.

Kind regards,

Mrs. Cai-Boxrz, M.SC

Counselor, Mp-Sh

Shepton High School, PISD

5505 West Plano Pkwy.

Plano, TX 75093

(469) 752-7600 (main office)

(469) 752-7615 (counseling office)

(469) 752-7619 (voicemail)

(469) 752-7621 (fax)

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SAGE Summer Expo

SAGE of Plano ISD Council of PTAs is proud to announce that our annual Summer Expo, showcasing summer camps and resources for special needs and gifted families, will be held Saturday, February 6, 2016 from 10:00am to 2:00pm. We are hosting the event at Plano Senior High School in the Cafeteria. SAGE Summer Expo gathers the best summer and specialty, indoor and outdoor camps/seminars/services for Special Needs, Gifted, and General Education children and families.

The Expo is one of the largest summer camp and resource fairs of its kind in the north Dallas area.

We would like every student and their family to be aware of this event so that all students have access to camps that suit their particular needs. This information has been shared with the PTA at every school so you may have already seen the flyer in a YO packet or via E-News. I want to ensure that all Principals have this information in addition to the PTA.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at or 469-474-3686.


Paula Bramble

SAGE Expo Coordinator

Cell: 469-474-3686

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