Catch up on recent news from Frisco ISD.

Frisco ISD officials OK $963M budget with $30.8M potential shortfall

Frisco ISD officials adopted a total budget of $963.78 million with a potential $30.81 million shortfall in the general fund for fiscal year 2024-25. Without additional state funding, FISD officials are expecting to use rainy day funds to mitigate the size of the district’s potential $30.81 million shortfall.

Frisco ISD officials OK 3% raise for teachers, staff in 2024-25 school year

Eligible employees will receive a raise that is either 3% of the midpoint of their pay grade or 3% of their base wages, whichever is higher. Employees who received a satisfactory evaluation at the end of their contract year in 2023-24 are eligible for the pay raise. Starting teacher salaries will increase from $59,000 in the 2023-24 school year to $60,500 in the 2024-25 school year.

Sherrie Salas wins Frisco ISD, Place 6 race

Sherrie Salas won the Place 6 race for the Frisco ISD board of trustees, according to unofficial results. With all election day precincts reporting from Denton and Collin counties, Salas had 7,049 votes, or 55.51%. Fred Kaiser finished with 5,649 votes, or 44.49% of votes.

Keith Maddox wins Frisco ISD Place 7 race

Keith Maddox won the race for Frisco ISD board of trustees Place 7, according to unofficial results. With all precincts reporting in Collin and Denton counties, Maddox had 8,353 votes, or 63.57%. Melanie Barrios-Jones followed with 4,786 votes, or 36.43%.