Flour Bluff Independent School District was established in 1937. The district encompasses a 156 square mile area (100 square miles of water and 56 square miles of land). The Flour Bluff/Padre Island/NAS community enjoys the advantage of being a part of the metropolitan Corpus Christi (est. pop. 320,434) with all its cultural, economic, and educational benefits. Nevertheless, the community is proud to maintain a separate independent school district emphasizing high standards and local control.
The Flour Bluff Early Childhood Center has regularly scheduled assessments embedded into our instructional timeline. Aligned with our curriculum, these assessments have been designed to measure the students’ academic progress while giving our teachers the feedback they need to guide instruction and improve student achievement.
Report cards are sent home at the end of each nine weeks period during the school year. Progress reports are sent home at any time during a grading period, and at 4 ½-weeks, for all students. Teachers will schedule a parent/teacher conference at the end of the first nine weeks grading period to discuss grade level curricular expectations, student assessments, report cards, behavior expectations and attendance.
Grade Kindergarten: 376
African American: 3.5%
Native Am./Indian/HA: 0.2%
Pacific Islander: 0.2%
Two or More Races: 5.8%
STAAR Tests are not administered to students in PreK and Kindergarten