The fast approaching winter will be braced wisely by Frisco ISD as they will suspend classes to secure the safety of parents, students and staff from the winter conditions according to a Community Impact article from February 2 which reports,
“All Frisco ISD schools will be closed Thursday, Feb. 3, and Friday, Feb. 4, in anticipation of hazardous road conditions and winter weather, according to an update from the FISD website.
In addition, events after school Wednesday and all day Thursday and Friday will be canceled. Updates regarding these cancelations will be posted on the district’s website at www.friscoisd.org as they become available.
To make up for these two days of closure, FISD plans to use the bad weather makeup days scheduled for April 18 and April 25.”
Additionally, city services will also be closed down to let the winter conditions pass by to discourage people from going out according to a Community Impact article from February 2. They say,
“The city of Frisco will pause trash and recycling collections on Feb. 3 due to anticipated icy roadways, a news release stated. In addition, certain city facilities will be closed.
The Grove at Frisco Commons will close Feb. 3. Operations are expected to resume from 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m. on Feb. 4 if weather conditions permit. Transportation will resume Feb. 7.
The Frisco Public Library at Frisco Square will be open from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. on Feb. 3-4. The Connection location at Stonebriar Centre mall will be closed from Feb. 3-4..
Frisco City Hall will operate under its regular hours of 8 a.m.-5 p.m.”
A winter storm watch was already issued days ago for the first week of February. Cities and towns near the DFW area will likely experience heavy storms of ice and snow accompanied by strong winds.