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Gov. Abbott signs Truancy Reform Bill

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Texas Governor Greg Abbott has signed into law House Bill 2398, ending the criminalization of Truancy, and instead making it a civil offense. The bill was co-sponsored by representatives Ron Reynolds (D-Missouri City) and James White (R-Hillister). Until Abbott signed the bill, Texas was one of two states to criminalize Truancy. Fort Bend ISD suspended its Truancy […]

Clements graduate aims for career in policy and research

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By Michael Sudhalter msudhalter@fortbendstar.com Three years ago, Clements High graduate Bailey Arlinghaus wasn’t sure what she wanted to do with her life. Now, she’s headed for a career in policy and research, perhaps in Dallas or Washington D.C. Arlinghaus, a senior at Hillsdale College in Hillsdale, Mich., recently completed an internship with the Washington-Hillsdale Internship […]

Fort Bend ISD passes $580.4 million budget

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The Fort Bend ISD Board of Trustees approved a general operating budget of $580,408,153 during its regular business meeting on Monday, June 15. The adopted budget reflects a 3.75 percent increase from the 2014-2015 budget, with the bulk of the amount coming from compensation and staffing. The budget takes into account the staffing necessary for […]

Credit union to open inside Stafford High

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By Michael Sudhalter msudhalter@fortbendstar.com Like most schools, Stafford High has science labs for experiments, a library for books and multimedia and a gymnasium for athletics. Starting in August, SHS will become one of only two schools in the Houston area with a credit union on campus. The other one is Lamar High in Houston. District […]

HATS OFF TO THE GRADS…

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Stafford High held its 2015 graduation ceremony last Friday at Constellation Field in Sugar Land. The SHS seniors represented just a few of the many graduates in Fort Bend County. The Star would like to congratulate all of the graduates and their families.

Hightower graduate benefits from Cinderella program

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Editor’s Note: The Star wrote a story about the Cinderella-Cinderfella Inc. non-profit in the May 27 edition. This week’s story is about a student who excelled as a result of her participation in the program. By Michael Sudhalter msudhalter@fortbendstar.com Fort Bend County resident Cassidy Devote and her family struggled with homelessness during her senior year […]

Stafford MSD approves raise for teachers

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The starting pay for Stafford MSD teachers has increased to $49,500 – a $1,310 upgrade, after the SMSD board of trustees unanimously approved the raise on Monday night. The rest of the Pay Increase column is calculated by taking the difference between years of experience or steps from one year to the next. For example, […]

Dau graduates A&M with honors

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Quyen Dau of Sugar Land, Texas, graduated on May 23 summa cum laude with distinction attaining a perfect 4.0. The college awarded Dau on May 20 with the Dean’s Academic Achievement Award, recognizing the student in the graduating class with the highest grade point average. From left to right, Quyen Dau of Sugar Land, Texas, […]

FORT SETTLEMENT HONORED

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Fort Settlement Middle School (FSMS) has been designated a 2015 National School of Character by Characater.org, a national advocate and leader for the character education movement. Fort Settlement was recognized for having demonstrated its use of character education and development to drive a positive impact on academics, student behavior, and the school’s climate. This is […]

Reynolds helps effort to decriminalize truancy

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By Michael Sudhalter msudhalter@fortbendstar.com- Texas State Representative Ron Reynolds (D-Missouri City) worked with a bi-partisan coalition of legislators to pass a bill that decriminalizes Truancy in the public school system and makes it a civil offense. The bill will become a law unless Gov. Greg Abbott decides to veto it before June 21. A spokesperson […]

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