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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.

FRHS Choir Honors

Congratulations to the FRHS choir members who participated in Round 2 of Region 30 choir auditions on Saturday, October 14th.

Amy Vong, Erin Wasson, Millie Killion, Frantori Lewis, Jasmine Molina, Jaime Lopez, Kevin Garza, and Austin Walker were auditioning after advancing from Round 1 auditions in September.

Competition for placement into the 9/10 Region Honor Choir also took place on October 14th. The following choir members earned a spot in the region choirs:

9/10 Region Honor Choir
Alayna Moody - soprano
Nabeela Hasnat - soprano
Jillian Brymer - soprano
Trendon Edwards - tenor
Carlos Ortiz - tenor
Te'Shon Edwards - tenor (first chair)

Region Treble Choir
Frantori Lewis - alto
Jasmine Molina - alto

Region Mixed Choir
Amy Vong - soprano

Region Mixed Choir and
Advancing to Pre-Area Audition
Erin Wasson - soprano
Millie Killion - alto
Jamie Lopez - tenor

Senior Panoramic Picture

The senior panoramic picture is scheduled for Monday, October 23rd at 10:00 AM. Students must bring cash, check, or money order on the day of pictures.  Students will pick up the purchased photo during all lunches on Tuesday, October 24th.   

​Download the order form here ​​​Fossil Ridge 2018 panoramic picture info.pdf

A Note from Nurse Lee

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As cold and flu season approaches, please be aware that KISD follows guidelines set by the Texas Department of Health for communicable illness. Students should be kept home for a temperature of 100 degrees or above, vomiting, or diarrhea. Students with fever or prolonged vomiting/diarrhea at school will be sent home. Please consider this information when your student is sick.

NOTE: The State of Texas requires students to be fever free for 24 hours (without the use of fever reducing medication) before returning to school. KISD Health Services recommends students with vomiting/diarrhea follow the same guidelines.

Do not hesitate to contact our school nurse Nicole Lee, RN 817-744-1720, with any questions.​​

2017-18 Free Reduced Lunch Application

Beginning August 1, 2017, Keller ISD will begin accepting Free and Reduced Meal Applications for the 2017-2018 school year.

KISD encourages households to go online at for an easier process OR download the School Cafe app on your device.​

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