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Lexington Creek Elementary School students show “B.I.G. Love” for cancer patients

Pictured under the event banner are LCE student and staff participants of the fun run/walk.

When community children are in need of support, Lexington Creek Elementary School students are quick to lend a hand. The elementary students recently participated in the B.I.G. Love Fun Run/Walk, sponsored by B.I.G. Love Cancer Care Services, and collected nearly $5,000 in donations to support cancer kids and their families at Texas Children’s Hospital. Through B.I.G. Love […]

Ridge Point senior takes leadership role in helping the hungry


Most people can recall a childhood memory that helped shape their lives, making them who they are today. For Ridge Point High School senior, Sophia George, memories of seeing homeless people along the streets of Downtown Houston have led her to reach out to the community by helping end the fight against hunger. “My family […]

Settlers Way Elementary School supports “Pennies for Patients”


Settlers Way Elementary School (SWE) has a longstanding commitment to supporting cancer research efforts, and this year is no different. Collectively, students and staff raised more than $4,550 to support the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society through its “Pennies for Patients” program. As a reward for students generous efforts, SWE Assistant Principal Brenda Perkins happily agreed […]

FBISD, County face additional lawsuit on truancy matters

By Michael Sudhalter Attorney Deron Harrington – a Sienna Plantation resident and former Fort Bend ISD Bond Oversight Committee chairman – filed a request for a hearing in the 268th District Court against individuals in Fort Bend ISD and the Fort Bend County government, alleging criminal wrongdoing in the Fort Bend Truancy Court. He said […]

FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK: Hightower tops Travis, improves to 5-0

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By Michael Sudhalter When the schedule came out, Thursday’s showdown at Hall Stadium between Hightower and Alief Elsik looked like the Game of the Season for the Hurricanes. Dave Campbell’s Texas Football picked the Rams to unseat Hightower as the 6A-23 Champion. But thus far, it’s been Hightower (5-0) and Alief Taylor (4-1) that […]

Five sets of twins enjoy success on the gridiron


By Michael Sudhalter High school football has been described as a brotherhood on the gridiron, but what happens when your twin brother is also your teammate. “We share almost everything, and it’s great to know what the other twin is thinking,” said Elkins senior quarterback Romanon Skinner. Skinner regularly hands the ball off to […]

Willowridge to induct 12 individuals, two teams to WHS Wall of Honor

Fort Bend ISD Superintendent Dr. Charles Dupre, left, Willowridge High graduate and former NBA player T.J. Ford, center, and Willowridge High principal Joe Chandler, right are looking forward to the WHS Wall of Honor Banquet on Sept. 19 at The Power Center. (Submitted Photo)

By Michael Sudhalter – T.J. Ford competed in an NCAA Final Four, played nearly a decade in the NBA and traveled around the world. And while he’s proud of it all, the 32-year-old has never forgotten his roots as a 2001 Willowridge High graduate. He led the Eagles to state championships as a junior […]

Kempner graduate performs in NYC theater production

Kempner High graduate Jake Brinks performed in “Expedition” this summer in New York City. (Submitted photo)

By S. Barot for the star Sugar Land native and recent Kempner High graduate Jake Brinks was accepted to the National Theatre for Student Artists (NTSA) this past summer. The NTSA recruits students across the United States to professionally perform a play and equips them with the resources and training necessary to create professional theater. NTSA opens […]

FBISD expected to have full wi-fi by spring 2018


Work is already underway on a District-wide technology “refresh” that was included in the November 2014 Bond.  Tremendous accomplishments have been achieved over the summer by the Information Technology Division, not only for the Bond Projects, but for overall improvement of the District’s technology capabilities.  The Bond Project work accomplished this summer includes the following: […]

Dulles win highlights great weekend for FBISD Football


By Michael Sudhalter The 11 Fort Bend ISD varsity football teams opened the first weekend of the season with an exclamation point. They finished 7-4, after going 4-7 on opening weekend last season. And three of those losses came by a total of 16 points. One of the most impressive wins was Dulles’ 34-26 […]

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