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FBISD new Transfer Policy to provide a tuition rate savings for families

The District is excited to announce changes to it’s student transfer policy. In late May, the FBISD Board of Trustees approved a new out-of-district student tuition transfer rate for the 2017-2018 school year. The new rate will provide a tuition rate savings for families...
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Intermediate & JH Math Science Teams win state for 32nd year

For the 32nd year in a row, Flour Bluff Junior High and Intermediate Math and Science Teams took the Texas Math and Science Coaches Association (TMSCA) state title. Flour Bluff is once again the state champions, winning first place sweepstakes by 358 points. The team won 1st...
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JH students get a lesson on internet safety during Google event

Google and Congressman Blake Farenthold were on-hand today at Flour Bluff Junior High for an interactive event teaching students the importance of internet safety. Representatives from Google spoke during the Online Safety Roadshow, an assembly developed by Google specifically...
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FBISD students recognized as Students of Character during community-wide event

On Tuesday, April 4, Flour Bluff ISD students were recognized during the Students of Character banquet. This annual city-wide event shines the light on students who personify positive character traits such as responsible behavior, positive attitude and good, moral choices at...
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Flour Bluff Foundation for Educational Excellence surprises teachers with over $21,000 in grants

Innovative and interactive learning will inspire and educate Flour Bluff ISD students thanks to seven grants totaling $21,090 from the Flour Bluff Foundation for Educational Excellence. Fifteen teachers were surprised in their classrooms with the announcement they had received a...
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Board of Trustees approve 2017-18 Official School Calendar

During the March Regular Board Meeting of the Flour Bluff ISD Board of Trustees, the Board approved the 2017-2018 Official School Calendar. Next year’s calendar includes a full week off for Thanksgiving, a two-week Winter Break and a week for Spring Break. The first day of...
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Moose Lodge donates funds for students to attend Morgan’s Wonderland

Nineteen Flour Bluff students are set to attend Morgan’s Wonderland in late April, thanks to the generosity of the Corpus Christi Moose Lodge 734. The organization presented a check to Flour Bluff Junior High and Intermediate campuses for students to attend Morgan’s...
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Flour Bluff ISD announces summer programs

Flour Bluff ISD will host various athletic and academic programs for students beginning May 30 through mid-August. The programs provide an opportunity for students to take part in a variety athletic camps or academic programs for grades Kindergarten through 12th grades. Academic...
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Junior High Choir makes Sweepstakes

The Flour Bluff Junior High Treble Varsity Choir and the Non-Varsity Mixed Choir Made Sweepstakes at UIL Middle School Concert & Sight-Reading Contest on Thursday, March 23, in San Antonio.   This is the first time Flour Bluff has had a mixed choir earning trophies in over 20...
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Henry Stanley Intermediate Regional Science Fair Winner 2017

Twenty Flour Bluff students place at regional Science Fair competition

Twenty Flour Bluff students placed at the Regional Science Fair during the Coastal Bend Science Fair in late January. The District has winners from every campus and received the regional District Award. Hats off to all winners and best of luck to the students headed to the state...
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