7 classes at Curtsinger Elementary in Frisco is way too much!!!
This is the elementary zoned for Richwoods and Lawler Park in Frisco. But at the Frisco Convocation today FISD announced that the elementary school planned inside Lawler Park would begin much sooner and be ready for 2014!!!!
This is great news for anyone looking to move into Richwoods or Lawler Park!
The Frisco ISD Board of Trustees voted last Tuesday to move forward with construction on the new elementary school to open next year in the Lawler Park community.
The school, which has yet to be named, will be built near the intersection of Orchard Hill Lane and Countrybrook Drive in Frisco. It will relieve crowding at Curtsinger Elementary, which has been closed to additional students for the 2013-2014 school year.
A total of four FISD elementary schools are now closed to new student enrollment for the 2013-2014 school year, including Ashley, Curtsinger, Mooneyham and Robertson elementary schools. Frisco ISD will provide transportation for additional students to attend nearby schools. Read more here.
Two additional elementary schools, also opening in fall 2014, will relieve crowding in these areas.
Janice Stahly Scott Elementary will be built in the Reserve at Westridge subdivision at the northeast corner of Millbend and Eden Drive in McKinney. It will relieve Mooneyham, Sonntag and Ashley elementary schools.
James Reeder Newman Elementary will be built in the Newman Village subdivision at the southwest corner of Newman Boulevard and Briar Ridge Road. It will relieve Robertson, Phillips and Pink elementary schools and possibly Carroll Elementary.
Construction is also underway on Independence High School, which will open next year. It will relieve Heritage, Liberty and Centennial high schools.
The process to create new boundary lines for all four schools will take place later this fall.
Meanwhile, plans are also in the works for Reedy High School, which will be built at the southwest corner of Stonebrook Parkway and 4th Army Drive. It will open in fall 2015 to relieve Frisco and Wakeland high schools.
Also in 2015, the District anticipates opening one new middle school and at least one new elementary school
Great news as always for Frisco for our children that live in Richwoods and Lawler Park!
Brad Holden – Holden New Homes – Licensed Texas Real Estate Broker