FB Intermediate, JH students place at Visionarios Youth Art Contest

  In early March, the Port of Corpus Christi and the Art Museum of South Texas announced the 2021 Visionarios Youth Art Contest for students in grades 1-12. Two Flour Bluff Intermediate students and a Flour Bluff Junior High School student’s artwork are among the...
Read More →

Superintendent Soliz-Garcia provides clarity on upcoming STAAR testing requirements

You have likely heard about TEA’s announcement in January that in order to participate in STAAR and TELPAS assessments this Spring a student must be present at school. That announcement was followed by the Texas Tribune’s interview with Commissioner Morath on February...
Read More →

Howdy Y’all…It’s Texas Public Schools Week – March 1st-5th

Howdy Y’all! We’re saddling up to shine a spotlight on the profound and engaging learning taking place in public schools across the state of Texas. This year, Flour Bluff ISD will join other school districts across the state and recognize the high quality education...
Read More →

Flour Bluff ISD to launch parent speaker series; First series set for February 3

Flour Bluff ISD is launching a parent speaker series that will address various topics geared at providing resources to ensure student success. The Parent Speaker Series is launching on February 3rd with speaker, Dr. Pethick, who will be conducting an online presentation about the...
Read More →

Twenty Junior High Choir students earn a spot in the All-Region Choir

On Saturday, October 24, the Flour Bluff Junior High choir students took part in the JH/MS All-Region Choir auditions. This year, auditions were done virtually. Normally, students attend an event and perform in front of judges. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, this year students...
Read More →

FBISD celebrates Dyslexia Awareness Month

October is Dyslexia Awareness Month On Thursday, October 15, Flour Bluff ISD is encouraging all students and staff to wear red to raise awareness about dyslexia. In addition, FBISD will host a family virtual learning night on Thursday, October 15, from 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. via...
Read More →

FBISD Transportation launches new web-based program for families to locate bus stops

With the start of in-person instruction quickly approaching (Monday, October 5), Flour Bluff ISD Transportation is excited to announce the launch of a web application called “Infofinder I,” which enables district employees, parents and guardians to search for the nearest school...
Read More →

FBISD Board approves waiver to extend remote learning until October 5

During a Special Called Board Meeting on August 11, the Flour Bluff ISD Board of Trustees voted to submit a waiver to the Texas Education Agency (TEA) to extend remote instruction an additional four weeks. This additional four-week waiver will provide further time to prepare for...
Read More →
FBISD Curbside Meal to go service graphic

FBISD to provide curbside meals for children 18 and younger during remote instruction

Beginning Thursday, August 13, curbside meals will be available for students. Curbside meals will include two or three days worth of breakfast and lunch meals for the duration of remote instruction. On Thursday, serving time will begin at 7 a.m. and continue until 1:30 p.m. and...
Read More →
FBISD logo graphic

Message from Superintendent Dr. David Freeman

Dear Flour Bluff ISD Parents/Guardians and Community, Although the official start of school is not until August 13th, I know that learning more about how school will operate for the 2020-2021 school year is at the forefront of your thoughts. Like many of you, I have been...
Read More →