1-LOTC is also hosting a pet food drive, all food will go to local shelters. The drive is going on now until the 6th of December. You can drop off donations in the LOTC room 730. This will help give the sheltered animals a little Christmas too!
2-IDs will only be reprinted before school or during Advisory.
3-November is Diabetes Awareness Month.
4-The FBJH School Nurse will be conducting vision, hearing, and spinal screening starting November 19.
2019-2020 Dress Code
The Junior High Campus follows a Standardized Dress Code.
The mission of the Flour Bluff ISD Library program is to ensure that students and staff are effective users of ideas and information, promote the enjoyment of literature and reading, and encourage lifelong learning.
The 6th Annual Malaquite Beach Fun Run sponsored by the Flour Bluff ISD Cross Country and Girls Track program is set for Saturday, December 14. The run is open to children and adults and will be... Read More →
On Saturday, Nov. 9, the Flour Bluff Junior High and Intermediate Math/Science Team traveled to Mission, Texas, to compete against over 30 schools and 600 students during the Texas Math and... Read More →
Each year, the Flour Bluff ISD Student Nutrition Department hosts Thanksgiving Feasts at all FBISD campuses. Parents and other family members are invited to purchase tickets and have lunch with... Read More →
On Saturday, October 19, 36 Flour Bluff Junior High Choir students competed to earn a spot in the JH/MS All-Region Choir. Almost 900 students from Region 14 competed in the area contest. Out of... Read More →
Each year, schools across the country and right here in the Coastal Bend promote the importance of being drug-free. For one week in October, also know as Red Ribbon Week, teachers and staff take... Read More →
International Dyslexia Awareness Month is celebrated each year across the globe in October. This year, Flour Bluff ISD is working to raise awareness of Dyslexia through an upcoming Dyslexia... Read More →