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Memorial High School / 12300 Frisco St. Frisco, TX 75033 / 469-633-7300

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Memorial High School / 12300 Frisco St. Frisco, TX 75033 / 469-633-7300

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Memorial High School / 12300 Frisco St. Frisco, TX 75033 / 469-633-7300

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FISD to Offer Hybrid School Next Year
The 2021 to 2022 has been a chaotic and challenging year for schools as they struggle to find normalcy in an unprecedented situation. Taking this in consideration, FISD is now offering students both hybrid and online high school options coming the following year. For many students in 2020, receiving an education took place in the comfort of their homes, having math classes taught via the screen of their computer and communicating with peers through the limited lens of Zoom. Even those who chose to be in-person did so with masks on their faces and a protective bubble that required six-feet of distance.  In consequence of those necessary but nonetheless depressing steps, many schools decided to shoot for a semblance of normalcy in this year. However in doing so it became clear that Covid was not going to take a day off, with Covid cases now engulfing schools throughout the country, leading to dangerously overwhelmed hospitals. With this dramatic surge of Covid, FISD is now allowing students to attend hybrid or entirely online high school classes, should they want to. “After years of advocating for online programming, Frisco ISD is thrilled to announce that starting with the 2022-23 school year high school students will have two additional ways to earn high school credit,” FISD wrote in a post on their website. “Students will now have the option to engage in their learning as a full-time online student or as a hybrid student through the FISD+ program.” Hybrid students will take their core classes in the safety of their home while doing any leftover classes on campus. For those who chose to do the full-online program, every single class will be done at home. “The full-time online program for high school students will allow students to take all of their classes online,” FISD stated, “Students will need to go to campus from time to time for science labs and to pick up required course materials.”  The additional options will help limit the spread of Covid in schools while keeping students safe. In a district whose motto is “Our mission to know every student by name and need,” it is hopeful their commitment to student safety can be trusted. 
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