Frisco ISD's 2017-18 school year calendar

Track important days throughout the school year using this 2017-18 academic calendar.



September


11 FISD board of trustees meeting


12 Early Childhood Curriculum Night


13 College Night
Lebanon Trail High School


18 Meet the Teacher
Frisco High School, Liberty High School, Heritage High School, Centennial High School and Wakeland High School


25 Meet the Teacher
Reedy High School, Lone Star High School, Independence High School, Lebanon Trail High School


26 Elementary Curriculum Night
(Date varies by campus)



October


3 FISD Marching Band Showcase
All nine FISD bands present their competition marching shows at this showcase


6 Staff development day
No school


9 Columbus Day
No school


16 FISD board of trustees meeting


28 Frisco EducationFoundation Gary Burns Fun Run
The annual fundraiser for the Frisco Education Foundation



November


11 Frisco Community Parade
An event in collaboration with the city of Frisco, the Frisco Chamber of Commerce and the Frisco Veterans Advisory Committee


13 FISD board of trustees meeting


20-24 Thanksgiving break


27 Frisco Education Foundation scholarship applications open



December


11 FISD board of trustees meeting


15 Frisco Education Foundation scholarship application deadline


18-29 Winter break



January


1-2 Winter break


8 FISD board of trustees meeting


15 Martin Luther King Day
No school


24 College Night
Centennial High School


29 Rising Freshman Information Night
Incoming freshmen visit their future high schools



February


8 Rising Sixth-Grader Information Night
Incoming sixth-graders visit their future middle schools


12 FISD board of trustees meeting


19 Presidents Day
No school



March


5 FISD board of trustees meeting


8 Elementary Open House
(Date varies by campus)


12-16 Spring break


22 Special board of trustees meeting
Joint meeting with the city of Frisco


30 Bad weather makeup day



April


2-6 Kindergarten registration


9 FISD board of trustees meeting


11 Just for Juniors: College Admission 101
An overview of the college application process from the perspective of college admissions representatives


23 Staff development day
No school


24 Early Childhood Open House


26 Elementary Open House
(Date varies by campus)



May


5 FISD board of trustees election


14 FISD board of trustees meeting


23 Frisco Education Foundation Scholarship Night
The Frisco Education Foundation awards scholarships to graduating FISD seniors


25 Bad weather makeup day
School will be in session if any days are missed during the 2017-18 school year because of inclement weather


28 Memorial Day
No school



June


1 Last day of school


1-2 Graduation ceremonies


11 FISD board of trustees meeting







 


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