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There are people in Frisco ISD that would have you believe that discipline issues and violence are uncommon at our schools. They will tell you that these situations are rare and infrequent, but they are not. Some of these people are in leadership positions and some of these people are running for school board this election cycle. One of those individuals is Dynette Davis for Frisco ISD Place 4.
These individuals have allowed restorative justice and degradation of disciplinary practices to happen on their watch. Student and teacher safety is important to Families 4 Frisco and it is important to our endorsed candidates. Help us return safety and sanity to our campuses.
Vote "NO" to Dynette Davis and say "YES" to Reed Bond for Place 4 and Susan Kershaw for Place 5.
See real concerns that have been expressed from Frisco ISD teachers regarding decisions made by FISD admin/leaders that have left them without basic tools, resources and equipment.
Families 4 Frisco is made up of people just like you. We are a group of concerned parents and community members that have organized and come together to take back our school board and to ensure a return to the once great instruction that made FISD the best.
Families 4 Frisco believes that all parents deserve to be heard and respected by their elected officials for Board of Trustees. This is important not only when the Trustee agrees with the parent or community member, but it is especially important, when they may not. We need individuals who are in private conversations who they say they say they are when in the public's eye.
Unfortunately, sometimes the image that is portrayed during candidate forums in front of the large audience isn't who shows up in one on one conversations.
We see that with a recent interaction with Mark Hill who is running for Place 5 Frisco ISD Board of Trustees and a parent who is expressing concerns regarding current district practices / policy.
Is this how you would want to be treated? If you believe that we all deserve more from our Board of Trustees, vote for change!
Vote for Reed Bond for Place 4 Frisco Board of Trustees and Susan Kershaw for Place 5 Board of Trustees.
It's time to Correct the Commentary on the FISD Updated Discipline Policy. In 2020, Erin Miller, chief student services officer for FISD, told the board the district is updating its discipline philosophy altogether. “We want to change behavior, not punish,” Miller said.
What is the cost of implementing restorative practices? Does not punishing behavior result in a safer environment for teachers and students? What kind of learning environment do you want for you children?
Families 4 Frisco is fighting side by side with parents to save FISD. The fight for our children and our schools is happening not just in our back yard, but across our nation. F4F supports parents, teachers and our community. And we stand side by side with the parents here in FISD and across the US in taking back our schools and our children's education.
Have you seen a concerning assignment, lesson, online resource, library book or other practice in your child's school? Are you a teacher that is worried about speaking out and sharing your concerns?
Let us know what's going on and help create awareness for the community and other FISD parents.
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