Liscano Elementary School

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11222 Mammoth Cave Lane
Frisco, TX 75035

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A Vietnam war veteran, Carlos Liscano returned to his family’s new home in Frisco in 1968. He soon met his wife, Yolanda Gonzales, and he began working for Gould National Battery, later known as Exide Technologies. He quickly worked his way up from a job in production to a lead role and to production superintendent within two years. He remained with the company 41 years, retiring in 2011 as assistant plant manager.

Mr. Liscano was quick to use his position to help kids at risk of dropping out of school. As high school principal at the time, former superintendent Dr. Rick Reedy would have students who would come to him and say they needed to quit school in order to work and help support their families. Dr. Reedy would immediately call Mr. Liscano, who never said no to helping a young person. He would give them a part-time job so that they could stay in school and also make money to help their family. Through this connection, he was also able to mentor them and help direct them toward going on to college.

Education has always been extremely important to Mr. Liscano. Although he didn’t quite finish his own degree, he believes that you can never have enough education. It is something that no one can take away and the more you know the more choices you have in life, he states. Their five children graduated from Frisco High and during those years he coached teams and helped with the FFA program, but his involvement extended to the community in service through the VFW Post 8273 and through the Lions Club and he was instrumental in starting the annual Memorial Day Service in Frisco. For all of his contributions he was also named Frisco Style Person of the year in 2012.

Michele Lott, Principal

Michele Lott


Campus Information

  • School Hours: 7:45 a.m. to 2:55 p.m.
  • Year Opened: Opens Fall 2018