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Fossil Ridge High School

​All students can learn.
The staff at FRHS will work diligently to ensure that 
every student reaches 
their utmost potential.

 Blue Box Project

​​​Blue Box Project is a community service initiative, started by Stacy Edington, at Fossil Ridge High School in memory of Rebecca Read. Rebecca is the daughter of Buddy Read, vice principal of Fossil Ridge from 2005 through the 2015 school year. As a mission project through her church, she established a community service project to collect donations of sanitary and personal hygiene products for women of domestic violence. Her hope was that this project would continue for years to come. Sadly, Rebecca lost her life in a vehicle accident summer of 2016.

Dual Credit

Students planning to take dual credit courses next year need to sign up for a TSI testing date in the counseling office. The test will be administered this Wednesday and Friday. Students can test on either day. You must have a TCC ID# to test.

UNT Early Start Program for STEM Majors

The University of North Texas has introduced an Early Start program for STEM majors planning on attending UNT in the fall. Housing, meals, books and supplies are funded by the university. The student pays tuition and fees for two classes.  The program is held during the summer, July 9th - August 11th ​, to help students transition to university life. You can either see your counselor or go to earlystart@unt,edu for the application.​

Senior Prom

Attention Seniors. Prom tickets are currently on sale on the school webstore.  Starting April 3rd, you can purchase and pick up your ticket from Mrs. Danielson in the front office.  If you are bringing a guest that does not attend Fossil Ridge, you must also bring the signed permission form and copy of the guest’s ID before you can purchase or pick up the ticket from Mrs. Danielson. If you purchased a ticket online or have a Senior Activity Card, you must still pick up your ticket from Mrs. Danielson. As you are finalizing your wardrobe for Prom, keep in mind that students at other schools in our district must follow a dress code.  At Fossil Ridge, we like to treat you like adults.  Please dress appropriately for the evening so we can keep it that way. Please direct questions to Mrs. Hamilton in room 205.”

KISD Health Services Policy

February 14, 2017

Dear Ridge Parents,

 KISD Health Services Policy states that parents must keep their sick children home from school until they have been without fever (temperature under 100 degrees) for 24 hours from onset of fever, to prevent spreading illness to others.  This is a crucial period of time when your child is contagious, and it puts the other students and staff at risk. Students with fever at school are sent home. Please consider this information when your child is sick.


Do not hesitate to contact our school nurse, Monica Perry, RN 817-744-1720, with any questions.

Kind regards,

Dave Hadley, Principal

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