Frisco ISD is moving forward with plans to open two new elementary schools in the 2017-18 school year, along with Memorial High School and Lawler Middle School.
The residents of Richwoods had a vote that passed to move the TBD #41 Elementary School to the current location on Coit Road. In the beginning stages, the plans were to build the new elementary right beside Lawler Middle School.
This new elementary will relieve McSpedden Elementary and Curtsinger Elementary. The exact location as seen on the map above will be between Alta Badia Avenue and Twelve Oaks Avenue. The nearest major crossroads are Coit Road and County Road 68 (CR 68).
Lexington is well underway will dirt being moved everyday. Frisco #42 TBD elementary plans to be located close to the North East corner of the Lexington community, South of Eldorado Parkway, scheduled to open for the 2017-2018 school year.
The exact location will be along the future street named Mammoth Cave Lane. The new elementary will relieve Ashley Elementary and Norris Elementary.
Both campuses are expected to be formally named during the regular May meeting of the Frisco Independent School District’s Board of Trustees.
Both schools were designed by architect Corgan and will be built by Ratcliff Constructors for an estimated $33.4 million. That represents a savings of approximately $1.3 million compared to the budget established for the schools under the 2014 bond program.
Wow, Frisco has a lot of Schools!