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Eagle Board of Review

Sugar Land resident Kevin Lobo

Sugar Land resident Kevin Lobo completed his Eagle Board of Review on Aug. 25. His Court of Honor has been scheduled for Nov. 24 at St. Martins Church also in Sugar land . Kevin joined scouting as a first grader and is currently a senior at Kempner High. His Eagle Scout project consisted of making […]

Austin Volleyball qualifies for State Tournament

The Austin High volleyball team qualified for the state semifinals for the first time in program history. The Bulldogs will face Conroe Oak Ridge at 6 p.m. Friday in the UIL Class 6A Semifinals at the Culwell Center in Garland.  (Photo courtesy of Graith Photography)

The Austin High volleyball team has only lost two matches all season. If the Bulldogs win two more, they’ll become Fort Bend ISD’s first state champion in volleyball. Austin (45-2) will face Conroe Oak Ridge (35-6) in the Class 6A State Semifinals at the Culwell Center in Garland – near Dallas – at 6 p.m. […]

Fort Bend ISD Board Member KP George participates in leadership program

FBISD Trustee

KP George, a member of the Fort Bend ISD Board of Trustees, joined 34 other school board members from across Texas at the kickoff session of the Leadership TASB Class of 2016, held in October. Selected by the Texas Association of School Boards (TASB), the group is participating in a yearlong education leadership study program. […]

TEA: FBISD violated special education law


Staff Reports Fort Bend ISD and three other Houston area school districts violated federal law with regards to special education, according to The Associated Press. The Texas Education Agency is alleging – upon the completion of an investigation – that FBISD as well as Clear Creek, Houston and Pasadena ISDs didn’t properly evaluate students with […]

Elkins High graduate enjoys return to Houston area


By Michael Sudhalter Bailey Banks is enjoying the best of both worlds. The Houston Baptist University sophomore outside hitter can visit her family in Missouri City and watch her younger brother’s high school football games. Then, she can head 14 miles south and participate in a college environment where her dorm is walking distance […]

FBISD hosted Madden Elementary School Dedication Ceremony on Sunday, October 18

Fort Bend ISD held a formal dedication to Madden Elementary on Oct. 18. The school is named after longtime former FBISD educators Carolyn and Vernon “Corky” Madden, pictured left and second from left.

Sunday, Oct. 18 was a special day for Carolyn and Vernon Madden as Fort Bend ISD officially dedicated the District’s 46th elementary school named in honor of the former educators. More than 350 guests – including members of the FBISD Board of Trustees, District and school administrators, Texas legislators, business executives and members of the […]

State Board of Education moves closer to altering superintendent credential policy


By Michael Sudhalter Fort Bend ISD superintendent Dr. Charles Dupre was an accountant by trade before he earned a Master’s Degree in Educational Administration at the University of Houston and a Doctorate in Educational Leadership at Lamar University. Still, Dupre – a former Associate Superintendent and Chief Financial Officer for FBISD – had no […]

County approves $15,000 to address Truancy litigation


By Michael Sudhalter The Fort Bend County Commissioner’s Court unanimously approved up to $15,000 to hire a Houston-based attorney in litigation related to the Fort Bend Truancy Court. The County plans to “retain attorney W. Troy McKinney to study an appropriate course of action to be taken on behalf of any County officials and […]

Clements Navy JROTC raises funds for Wreaths Across America-Houston (WAA)


Clements NJROTC will again partner with WAA-Houston to raise funds to place a wreath on over 60,000 gravesites at Houston National Cemetery.   For every $15 wreath a cadet sells the JROTC unit receives $5. To help the cadets reach their goal of raising $36,000 for 2400 wreaths, please follow the link below. Or go […]

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 […]

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