FBHS Varsity Treble, Mixed Choirs earn Sweepstakes in UIL contest

On Friday, March 26, the University Interscholastic League (UIL)Choir Concert and Sight-reading contest was held at the Flour Bluff High School auditorium. The FBHS Varsity Treble and Varsity Mixed choirs participated in the day-long event alongside the Flour Bluff Junior High...
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Kate Collins, FBISD Social Worker

FBISD welcomes new District Social Worker

Flour Bluff ISD is excited to welcome Kate Collins as the District’s Social Worker. Mrs. Collins holds an Associate of Social Work degree from Del Mar College and a Bachelor of Social Work and Master of Social Work from Texas A&M University-Kingsville. Additionally, she...
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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...
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Seven FBHS Art Students headed to state competition

Although this year’s Regional VASE tournament was a little different due to COVID-19, Flour Bluff High School had 82 art entries in the virtual art competition.  For VASE, art students may enter up to two works of art that they work on with guidance from their teacher’s...
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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...
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Waldron Street Journal shines a spotlight on FBHS female staff who have proudly served in the armed forces

  Nathaniel Smith, Staff Reporter for the Flour Bluff High School Waldron Journal, took an opportunity to shine the spotlight on Flour Bluff High School female teachers and staff who proudly served our country in the armed forces. To read more about how Flour Bluff ISD staff...
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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...
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FBHS and Intermediate Art Students up for People’s Choice Award at the Dia de los Muertos Festival

Nine Flour Bluff High School art students and one Flour Bluff Intermediate art student have their artwork on display at the Corpus Christi Annual Dia de los Muertos Festival – Youth Art Exhibition at K-Space Contemporary. The Dia de los Muertos Festival is an annual...
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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...
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Two Flour Bluff High School students named Semifinalists in the 2021 National Merit Scholarship Program

The National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC) has announced the names of the Semifinalists in the 66th annual National Merit Scholarship Program. Rachael Huang and Devin Schwartz, Flour Bluff High School seniors, are among the nearly 16,000 students nationwide to be...
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