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FBISD board approves Audra Ude as director of student leadership


Fort Bend ISD recently welcomed Dr. Audra Ude as the district’s director of student leadership. The FBISD Board of Trustees approved her for the position at their regular meeting on June 20. As director of student leadership, Ude will guide leadership development at the district’s elementary and middle schools through strong student-led organizations such as […]

Stafford MSD’s Christopher Reid: A loyal patriot and an exceptional teacher

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By Michael Sudhalter Christopher Reid, the 2014-15 Stafford Municipal School District Teacher of the Year, received some great advice when he graduated from high school in the early 1990s. “My father said ‘challenge yourself’,” said Reid, who begins his fifth year at Stafford MSD next month. Reid, 42, took that advice to heart, joining […]

Fort Bend ISD adopts 2016-17 budget

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$593 million budget based on projected 1,000-student enrollment increase During a regularly scheduled meeting on June 20, 2016, the Fort Bend ISD Board of Trustees adopted a $592,626,411 general operational budget for the 2016-17 school year. The 2016-17 budget is based on a projected enrollment of 74,111 students, which is an increase of 1,033 students […]

FBISD students earn UIL One-Act Play and Theatrical Design awards

FBISD UIL State Theatrical Design medalists (from left) Karina Medina and Maddi Mays are pictured with FBISD Theatre/Dance Coordinator Phillip Taylor.

Fort Bend ISD theatre departments and students were named winners in recent competitions, demonstrating students’ talents and skills in theatrical performance and design. All 11 FBISD high school theatre departments competed in the UIL One-Act Play Contest. Elkins and Ridge Point high schools advanced to the regional finals, placing among the top 24 schools in […]

FBISD unveils Educational Technology Master Plan

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Updated plan provides framework for technology needs to ensure student success At the June 6 meeting, an update for the Educational Technology Master Plan was shared with the Fort Bend ISD Board of Trustees and district leaders. The plan’s primary purpose is to serve as a framework and set of strategies to establish the classroom […]

Sons of the American Revolution give portrait to school


The Alexander Hodge Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution presented a portrait of George Washington to Dulles Middle School on June 2. Pictured from left are Carl Hill, president of the chapter, Tom Green, past state president, Dee Knox, principal of Dulles Middle, Tom Meinecke, past chapter president, and Matthew Lobin, eighth grade […]

A gift for a lifesaver


By Deborah Rowe For the Fort Bend Star One young man’s act of heroism has not gone unnoticed. A local resident bestowed a $1,000 scholarship to a young man for saving someone’s life. Missouri City resident and Elkins High School senior Dante Baker is a lifeguard. What started as an ordinary day at the pool […]

Clements student wins $120,000 H&R Block scholarship

Clements High School senior Angela Lin is overjoyed to be named the H&R Block Budget Challenge grand prize scholarship winner in a surprise announcement at her school’s year-end senior awards night on May 17 in Sugar Land. Lin beat out more than 150,000 students in the nationwide personal finance competition, taking the top honor and a $120,000 scholarship.

By Theresa D. McClellan For the Fort Bend Star With two brothers already at the University of Houston, Clements High School senior Angela Lin really didn’t know how her family could help her get into college. Last year she participated in the H&R Block Budget Challenge, a 10-week financial literacy competition that her teacher was […]


FBISD KEMPNER - Alex Liang and family.

With impressive inspirational speeches, the graduates Class of 2016 turning the tassels in ceremonies this weekend are no doubt mapping out the next chapter of their lives. Fort Bend ISD’s 11 high schools saw over 5,000 graduates at ceremonies held at the Toyota Center in Houston this past Friday and Saturday, June 3 and 4. […]

Needville student awarded summer camp scholarship


Needville High School sophomore Madisyn Smith was chosen to receive free tuition to a student athletic trainer summer camp. Her application was chosen from among others from schools around the region. The competition is sponsored by Houston Methodist Orthopedics and Sports Medicine, Sugar Land. Madisyn will be attending the Advanced Level Athletic Training Texas A&M […]

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