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Colony Meadows opens new pavilion

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Colony Meadows Elementary celebrated its new pavilion with a ribbon cutting ceremony on May 20. The event kicked off with a performance by the fifth grade choir. PTO President Heidi Houston thanked the parents, teachers and administration for the support of this structure that the school PTO funded. The project was coordinated by CME’s Volunteer […]

Angela Tran named FBISD Director of Multilingual Services

ANGELA TRAN

During the June 6 meeting, the Fort Bend ISD Board of Trustees named Angela Tran as Director of Multilingual Services. In her new role with the district, Tran will oversee the Program for English Language Learners (ELL) that includes all English as a Second Language, Bilingual and Title III services currently provided to more than […]

FBISD board approves Audra Ude as director of student leadership

DR. AUDRA UDE

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 […]

Sons of the American Revolution give portrait to school

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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

DANTE BAKER

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 […]

Clements student earns Girl Scout’s highest honor for work with Sugar Land shelter

Shumaila Lakhani, a junior at Clements High School, has earned the Girl Scout Gold Award, the highest award in Girl Scouting. To earn the award, Lakhani contacted Fort Bend Promise, a local area shelter, to see if she could help them. Lakhani built drawers, cleaned and organized five storage spaces and developed a filing system for later use.

Shumaila Lakhani, a junior at Clements High School, has earned the Girl Scout Gold Award, the highest award in Girl Scouting. The award recognizes girls in grades 9 through 12 who demonstrate extraordinary leadership through sustainable and measurable community service projects that require a minimum of 80 hours to complete. Less than 5 percent of […]

Crockett Middle School student’s Eagle service project benefits Seguin Elementary School

Christion Chancellor is shown near the playground benches he installed at Seguin Elementary School as part of his Eagle service project.

Seguin Elementary School students and staff are enjoying a new feature on their campus thanks to Christian Chancellor, an eighth-grade student at Crockett Middle School. Chancellor, a scholar-athlete and member of Boy Scout Troop 148, recently completed his Eagle Scout service project at the school, which involved installing two in-ground benches on the elementary school’s […]

Marshall repeats as 5A track state champions

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By Bill McCaughey Marshall High School earned its second consecutive 5A boys track and field state championship last week, powered by its 4×100-meter and 4×200-meter relay teams. Marshall finished with 52 points, outdistancing second place Waxahachie by 16 points. After their relay teams qualified for state at the regional meet, coach Lloyd Banks said, “I […]

Ridge Point Royals Dance Team helps out

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The Ridge Point Royals Dance Team recently led a community-wide donation drive. During the month of April, they collected over 1,000 items from fellow students, staff and neighbors. On April 23, representatives from the dance team delivered and stocked canned goods, toiletries and baby items at the Second Mile Mission Center in Fort Bend County. […]

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