The Fort Bend Education Foundation encourages you to golf “fore” education with co-chairs Jeremy Alberty and Chad Peterson at its 22nd Annual Back to School Scramble on Monday, Sept.13, at Sweetwater Country Club.
The Travis Theatrical Company will perform Arsenic & Old Lace on Oct. 25-26 and Nov. 1-2 at 7 p.m. at Travis High School Blackbox. Cost is $3 for students in advance or $5 at door with ID; and $7 for adults in advance and $10 at the door. Tickets may be purchased at ttbc.booktix.com.
Fort Bend ISD announced masks will be optional at all graduation ceremonies, including those that take place before June 5, the date the governor’s executive order goes into effect. Anyone choosing to wear a mask has the option to do so and their choice is to be respected.
At its May 27, Special Called Meeting the Fort Bend ISD Board of Trustees named Courtney Clark as the new principal of Lake Olympia Middle School and Veronica Roberson as the new principal of Mission Bend Elementary School.
Fort Bend ISD Supt. Dr. Charles Dupre officially announced changes in grades that will affect all students in the district, including schools in the area. The FBISD board of trustees approved a change in the final nine-week grading period for this school year, replacing numerical grades for …
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The Travis High School ceremony takes place this Friday morning at 8 a.m. at Hall Stadium in Missouri City.
Fort Bend ISD encourages families to apply for the Emergency Broadband Benefit, which provides discounts on at-home broadband internet service as well as computers and tablets.
TeachKind—PETA’s humane education division—sent a letter to Superintendent Charles Dupre of the Fort Bend Independent School District urging him to implement lessons in compassion.
In keeping with Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s executive order today that prohibits governmental entities, including school districts, from mandating or requiring individuals to wear masks, Fort Bend ISD has adjusted its health and safety protocols.
Fort Bend ISD Superintendent Dr. Charles E. Dupre is a recipient of the 2021 Walter Kase Educator Excellence Award given by the Southwest Regional office of the Anti-Defamation League (ADL).
The schools in the Pecan Grove area —which includes Pecan Grove Elementary, Neill Elementary, Bowie Middle and Travis High schools — may have full in-person education for the next school year.
Despite schools across the state struggling with attendance issues, Lamar Consolidated ISD has seen an increase of students this year, which will result in more state funding.
Lamar Consolidated ISD has begun its plans to find a new superintendent, which will be named in April, according to the district’s announced plans.
So far, Lamar Consolidated ISD has not yet seen a spike in new COVID-19 cases one week removed from the Thanksgiving holidays.
After a rise in cases in the beginning of November, Lamar Consolidated ISD is beginning to see some stability in the number of active COVID-19 cases.
Randle High School, which will be the sixth high school in Lamar Consolidated ISD once it opens in August, will have silver and black as its colors and its teams and organizations known as the…
Lamar Consolidated ISD has remained steady, but still has a high number of COVID-19 cases at its schools.
Lamar Consolidated ISD tried to put the best spin on its election results Wednesday after voters rejected two proposed bond packages — one for a $93.7 million stadium and the other for swimmin…
The Greater Fort Bend Economic Development Council showed support for two major bond issues that are being voted on in the current elections, including supporting all four propositions of the …
While the $93.7 million bond for a second football stadium and the $645.2 million bond for new and existing schools get most of the attention, there are two other Lamar Consolidated ISD bond p…