FBISD stands for Farmers Bluff Independent School District and serves schools located in Sugar Land’s northeastern corner.
One of the district’s 2023 Bond projects pays tribute to a student who used her Make A Wish wish to build a well in Africa for an entire village.
Career and Technical Education
Career and Technical Education provides challenging career pathways for all students by harnessing real world experiences while expanding skills sets, attitudes and beliefs. At the James Reese Career and Technical Center of the district lies an innovative center where advanced CTE programming is offered in Agriculture, Natural Resources, Architecture & Construction, Arts & Audio/Video Technologies & Communications, Business Management, Culinary Arts Education Training Health Science Information Technology Engineering Mathematics STEM Law Public Safety Transportation Logistics are just some of the disciplines offered. At Reese Center, students may earn industry certifications and dual credit upon completing these programs. Students from each of the eleven high schools accessing advanced programs can remain at their home campuses during part of their school day while still benefitting from attending Reese Center programs; additionally elementary and middle school students experience Reese Center through field trips or district-wide programs, expanding their imagination about possible future career pathways.
CTE provides several other offerings, including SkillsUSA, HOSA and DECA.
Whole Child Health Initiative
Whole Child Health offers programs to support students in meeting their physical, emotional and social needs so they are ready to learn. Aligned with the district’s Profile of a Graduate, these initiatives include school-based health education that helps children adopt and sustain healthy behaviors as well as connecting them to community services and resources.
FBISD Skyward will host a series of webinars this year to help parents learn about mental and physical health resources available for their children. The inaugural seminar is set for Sept 21; follow this link for an hour-long seminar which begins at 6 p.m.
FBISD offers its students many enrichment opportunities beyond our traditional academic curriculum. Our Fine Arts Department provides high quality instruction in visual and performing arts to support social, emotional and creative development. Students learn fundamental skills while participating in activities ranging from music, band, choir and orchestra performances to art drama dance performances.
At the secondary level, we provide advanced career and technical education programming such as an Early College High School and two Pathways in Technology programs that enable students to earn up to 60 hours of tuition-free college credit or an associate degree while earning their high school diplomas.
At CPS, we take great pride in supporting our employees and their families. In that vein, we are pleased to provide one-time recruitment supplement payments of up to $1,000 to current and new full-time, benefits eligible employees in positions that directly impact student safety or health issues at CPS schools and/or staff health issues at our campuses.
Extended Day is a form of before and after-school care offered on school campuses for children of working parents who must stay after the end of each school day to complete their employment obligations. Students are supervised by adults and participate in educationally enriching activities. From 1987-1988 to 1990-1991, public and private elementary schools with Extended Day programs had higher than national average participation.
Trojan Extended Day (TED) offers TVS students in grades PreK-4 an engaging and safe before- and after-school experience that emphasizes indoor/outdoor play while providing homework time and snack breaks. Coordinated by Cynthia Davis, TED Coordinator.
Families enrolling their children in TED sessions will be charged monthly fees which will be billed through Amilia accounts. Fees are calculated based on a school-year calendar and don’t take into account school closures, holidays or teacher planning days. Our patrons help support us hiring quality local journalists from Texas; your one-time or monthly donation brings us one step closer towards providing quality news that matters in your community.