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Frangus Elementary School Information

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Grade Levels:  PK - 5
Mascot:  Jazz
Enrollment:  480
Feeds:  Robinswood Middle, Gotha Middle, Olympia High
Location:  Map
Download Zone Map:  Frangus

Address:  Frangus Elementary
                  380 Killington Way
                  Orlando, FL 32835-6834


Frangus Elementary School History and Information: About Us:  The Frangus “Jazz”. William Frangus Elementary School is located in the Winter Hill subdivision off Old Winter Garden Road in West Orange County.  The school opened in August 1992.  The school is a structure of modular design with four permanent buildings. We have a student population of approximately 640 students.  In 2011, Frangus Elementary became a Title I school.  The free and reduced lunch program is available to 82% of the student population.  We have an ethnically diverse population composed of 16% White, 55% Black, 17% Hispanic, and 12% other. About Mr. William Frangus. Orange County is a better place because of William “Bill” Frangus.  He unselfishly devoted most of his life to education, music, and service to others.  He began his career as a classroom teacher in 1951.  He was the principal of four schools in Orange County:  Memorial Junior High (1957-65), Lee Junior High (1965-68), Evans High School (1968-74), and Howard Junior High (1974-78).  He returned to Orange County in 1982 as a school board member.  He served until November, 1990. As much as Bill loved education and felt a responsibility to our students, he loved music and felt a commitment to share that love with others.  His music classes at the Winter Park Community School were well-known and gave the community an opportunity to get to know jazz as he did.  Bill enjoyed strong friendships with many jazz greats, such as Louie Armstrong.  For years, he hosted a local music talk show on the radio and wrote music related columns for the Winter Park Outlook and The Orlando Sentinel.  We are known as the Frangus Jazz and have taken the saxophone as our mascot to honor Bill Frangus and his love for music.

After School Programs:  ASP- After School Program