Molli Martinez has been named Principal of Flour Bluff Early Childhood Center

Molli Martinez has been selected as the Principal for ECC. She currently serves as Principal of George Evans Elementary in Corpus Christi Independent School District. She fosters positive, collaborative relationships with all stakeholders and advocates for student success and growth.
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Amy Seeds named Assistant Principal at Flour Bluff High School

Amy Seeds has been named Assistant Principal and Career Technology and Education (CTE) Coordinator at Flour Bluff High School beginning with the 2021-2022 school year. Ms. Seeds is currently the Principal at Flour Bluff Early Childhood Center. “I am excited to begin a new leadership p
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FBISD Board of Trustees approve the 2021-2022 Official School Calendar

During a Special Called Board Meeting of the Flour Bluff ISD Board of Trustees on April 21st, the Board approved the 2021-2022 Official School Calendar. Now that Flour Bluff ISD is a District of Innovation, the District has more flexibility with the start date of the new school year. 
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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 11th
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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 monitoring th
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FBISD Superintendent to host District Safety & Security Town Hall Meeting

On February 26, Flour Bluff ISD Superintendent, Dr. David Freeman, will host a Town Hall Meeting to discuss District safety and security and get community feedback as the District considers creating its own police department. Dr. Freeman has been working over the past several months w
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Flour Bluff ISD and Port Aransas ISD staff assist families displaced by Hurricane Harvey in registering in FBISD

Service and a strong sense of community rise from the devastation of Hurricane Harvey

The damage of Hurricane Harvey to Flour Bluff ISD was minimal compared to neighboring districts in Port Aransas, Rockport and Aransas Pass. Our good fortune gave this community a unique opportunity to reach out and ensure that education and sense of normalcy were a priority for studen
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