The weather has not slowed fishing yet, and some good reports were received from the weekend and also on Monday.
Winning isn’t everything, especially in high school athletics, but judging by the reactions of the Ball High players, coaches, fans and even the stadium maintenance worker, it was obvious that Friday night’s win meant a lot.
Despite what you hear during tonight's presidential debate, no one man or woman is going to make America great again.
The schooner America, a replica of the fabled racing yacht that coined the phrase America's Cup, will visit Galveston late next month.
How often do you have the chance to ask more than 6,000 kids in grades K-12 the same 10 questions? Well, recently I did. This is just a small sample of their insightful and adorable answers to just three of the questions. I look forward to sharing their answers to all 10 questions throughout the year.
Recently, I heard an English teacher describe a very real struggle for educators today; trying to prepare her seventh-grade students for the handwritten standardized test on writing while keeping up with the demands of 21st century concepts, ideas and technology integration for tomorrow’s classroom. She was asked to share her challenge.
The new directors: Tanner Baker, M.D., Charlotte Hall, Harris Hanson, Tracy Hopkins, Cindy Lewis, Matt McGuire and Jennifer Yurachek attended their first meeting held in late May. The foundation welcomed two new members to the Century Club. Deena and Hitesh Patel, MD, joined along with Leah and Kenneth Direkly, MD.
So, in an attempt to make teacher/student connections, Friendswood ISD teachers were asked to complete this sentence, I wish my students knew…
These days, one chooses carefully with whom one discusses “the election” lest the conversation take an unpleasant turn. But if you reside in the Friendswood Independent School District, you can be part of an incredibly positive election process Sept. 10.
A Simply Southern Summer was the inspiration for this year’s New Employee Luncheon hosted by the Friendswood Education Foundation.
The Friendswood High School cheer and mascot squads recently attended the National Cheerleaders Association summer camp at Southern Methodist University in Dallas and participated in a variety of classes and competitions throughout the week.
The city of Friendswood will gather for the 121st annual Fourth of July celebration today. The 2016 theme is “Honoring Your Local Heroes.”
On June 13, the Friendswood Board of Trustees approved a tax ratification election. A TRE is a special election to approve an increase in a district’s maintenance and operations tax rate above $1.04.
The planning workshop held for the education foundation was at the Green Event Center in Friendswood.
On June 4, 533 graduates from Friendswood High School class of 2016 walked the stage of the Don Coleman Community Coliseum in Spring Branch.
As the school year comes to an end, Friendswood Independent School District honors and celebrates teachers and staff with an end of the school year luncheon.
Friendswood Independent School District student Brittany Harris continues her dream of “Walking For Water.” Harris has now raised more than $100,000 and has built nearly 20 water wells in Africa.
The six Friendswood Teachers of the Year are Karen Hillier at Friendswood High School, Janet Rychcik at Friendswood Junior High, April Davis at Windsong Intermediate, Cindy Carnes at Bales, Beth Jordan at Westwood and Margo Hoskins at Cline Elementary.
Friendswood High School senior Neha Narayan competed in the International-Sustainable World Energy Engineering and Environment Project Olympiad science fair competition April 26 through May 1.
With the end of school coming quickly, school districts are already planning budgets and personnel needs for next year. To plan effectively, registering children for kindergarten now is essential.
Seven years ago, the Friendswood Independent School District Education Foundation thought of a unique idea and tried it as a surprise at their annual fundraiser. The idea, Adopt-a-Grant, has grown into a tremendous program that continues to grow and prosper in Friendswood ISD with many thanks to our community supporters.
Friendswood Independent School District’s Cline Elementary School is gearing up for its inaugural STEAM day April 15.
Friendswood Independent School District “leads to achieve excellence” and remains a successful example recognized in the area, as well as the state, for test scores and accountability ratings.
Friendswood Independent School District proudly holds the record for most active school board trustees in the Texas Association of School Board leadership program.
The Friendswood Independent School District Education Foundation charmed its way into the hearts of the community Feb. 13 at The Houstonian Hotel. The foundation held its annual gala and in true Friendswood fashion — guests exceeded the last year’s auction sales.
Friendswood Independent School District Superintendent Trish Hanks has been named Distinguished Educator of the Year for 2016 by Sam Houston State University College of Education in Huntsville. The award is the highest the college bestows upon its alumni.
Shouts of holiday joy are ringing throughout the halls of Friendswood ISD schools as teachers are receiving holiday cards telling them their grants have been “adopted.” The fifth annual Adopt-a-Grant program began Dec. 1.
Friendswood Frame and Gallery hosted its annual Christmas Open House recently. The event raised $1,550 in support of the Friendswood ISD Education Foundation.
Friendswood ISD’s Cline Elementary Library reopened its doors recently to reveal its new high tech environment. Superintendent Trish Hanks with Cline Principal Barry Clifford, Media Specialist Shawna Lewis, FISD School Board members, Education Foundation directors, PTO members, FISD maintenance, volunteers, and community members all gathered for the ribbon cutting ceremony.