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Students of the Month with administration.

September Students of the Month - Amylia Ryan & Richard Koen

Picture from the Go Gold Football game containing families who have had a family member effected by childhood cancer

FISD Goes Gold for Childhood Cancer!

Pre-K students on colorful rug smiling.
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Photo of cheerleader do a stunt.

FHS Cheerleaders at the Ice Cream Social

Football Team in front of peanuts for Peanut Festival

Peanut Festival Preparations!

Football team entering field holding signs that honor breast cancer victims.

Honoring Breast Cancer Victims

team picture of the 2018 varisty football team

FHS Varsity Football

Little girl showing her drawing of a dog.
Photo of FHS tennis team and coach

FHS Tennis, Bi-District Champs

Close up photo of two FHS cheerleaders.
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Students enjoying the P.E. parachute day

P.E. Parachute Day!!!

october students of the month with doctor bays and principal schroller

October Students of the Month- Gabriel Aparicio and Jade Hunt 

FHS ROTC presenting the colors.
Photo of two girls on football field smiling.
Photo of Mighty Tiger Band

Mighty Tiger Band 

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Breast Cancer Victims Honored

Breast Cancer Victims Honored Featured Photo
At the October 12th home football game, the Tigers didn’t explode out of the tiger blow-up with their usual zeal. Instead, the Tigers entered the field walking reverently carrying posters, made by the FHS Student Council, honoring the victims of breast cancer. Asking kids to make a personal connections and show support in a more specific way, encourages them to focus on the true purpose of the “pink” movement, raising awareness and support for the victims of breast cancer.

FNE Dual Language Family Night

FNE Dual Language Family Night Featured Photo
On October 2, the FNE Dual Language held its first 2018 Dual Language Family Night celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month! Throughout the month, students learned about Hispanic men and women who have made great contributions to society and about the 21 Spanish speaking countries and cultural characteristics of each. Student-created art, biographies and informational writing filled the room for parents to enjoy. The Dual Language staff displayed traditional garments, toys and articles from Mexico, Puerto Rico and Panama. Ms. Irma Guerra, Director of Elementary Teaching and Learning, welcomed parents to the Dual Language family and explained more about the two-way immersion program FISD uses to enhance student learning. Parents had fun participating in teamwork activities and cultural riddles to the rhythm of amazing Hispanic music. The activities sparked great conversations between parents and teachers! It was a fun-filled night, kicking off an exciting year of learning!

FISD Kicks-Off Bullying Prevention Month

FISD Kicks-Off Bullying Prevention Month Featured Photo
October is Bullying Prevention Month and to kick it off, on October 1, FISD "Blued-up" for World Bullying Prevention Day. It was more than just wearing a blue shirt, though. Teachers throughout the district had conversations with students about kindness and bullying. Throughout October and continuing through the year, students will be involved in activities focused on kindness, character and the importance of treating each other with respect, both in person and online.

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