Fort Bend ISD
Public School Information

As the 9th largest and one of the fastest growing school districts in the state of Texas, Fort Bend ISD has seen its enrollment climb to over 62,000 students during the 2004-2005 school year.

Spanning 174 square miles, the district encompasses the incorporated cities of Missouri City, Sugar Land, Arcola, Meadows Place, small sections of Houston and Richmond, and the communities of Clodine, DeWalt, Rosaron and Fresno.

With a focus on student achievement and development, Fort Bend ISD continues to offer outstanding educational opportunities to more than 62,000 students.

One of the district's greatest strengths lies in its multicultural diversity. Students in FBISD schools represent countries from around the world, and as many as 82 different languages and dialects are spoken by students and their families.

Fort Bend ISD
16431 Lexington Blvd
Sugar Land, Texas 77479

281-634-1000

Austin High School
3434 Pheasant Creek Drive
Sugar Land, TX 77478

281-634-2000

Clements HIgh School
4200 Elkins Drive
Sugar Land, TX 77479

281-634-2150


Dulles High School
550 Dulles Ave
Sugar Land, TX 77478

281-634-5600

Elkins High School
7007 Knights Court
Missouri City, TX 77459
281-634-2600

George Bush High
6707 FM 1464
Richmond, TX 77469
281-634-6060

Hightower High School
3333 Hurricane Lane
Missouri City, TX 77459

281-634-5240

Kempner High School
14777 Voss Road
Sugar Land, TX 77478

281-634-2300

Marshall High School
1220 Buffalo Run
Missouri City, TX 77489
281-634-6630

Willowridge High School
16301 Chimney Rock
Houston, TX 77053

281-634-2450

Fort Settlement Middle School
5440 Elkins Road
Sugar Land, TX 77479

281-634-6440

 
  To serve its growing population, the district has nine high schools, eleven middle schools and thirty-seven elementary campuses.

To address a variety of vocational interests as well as special learning needs, the district also has a Technical Education Center, the M.R. Wood Alternative Education Center, and the Progressive High School.

The districtís 10th high school located on the southwest corner of Grand Parkway and Harlem Road is scheduled to open in the fall of 2006.

Fort Bend ISD Vision
Fort Bend ISD students will acquire knowledge, develop skills and build character so that they will lead productive, fulfilling and moral lives.

Fort Bend ISD Mission
By Teaching Every Child and Learning Every Day, Fort Bend ISD will provide the best educational opportunities to ensure that all students are successful.

Christa McAuliffe Middle School
16650 South Post Oak
Houston, TX 77053
281-634-3360

Dulles Middle School
500 Dulles Ave
Sugar Land, TX 77478

281-634-5750

First Colony Middle School
3225 Austin Parkway
Sugar Land Sugar Land, TX 77479
281-634-3240

Hodges Bend Middle School
16510 Bissonnet
Houston, TX 77083
281-634-3000

Lake Olympia Middle School
3100 Lake Olympia Parkway Missouri City, TX 77459
281-634-3520

Macario Garcia Middle School
18550 Old Richmond Rd.
Sugar Land, TX 77478

281-634-3160

Missouri City Middle School
200 Louisana Street
Missouri City, TX 77459

281-634-3440

Quail Valley Middle School
3019 FM 1092
Missouri City, TX 77459

281-634-3600

Sartartia Middle School
8125 Homeward Way
Sugar Land, TX 77479
281-634-6310

Sugar Land Middle School
321 Seventh Street
Sugar Land, TX 77478

281-634-3080

Arizona Fleming Elementary
14850 Bissonnet
Houston, TX 77083
281-634-4600

Austin Parkway Elementary
4400 Austin Parkway
Sugar Land, TX 77479

281-634-4001

Barbara Jordan Elementary
17800 West Oaks Village Dr.
Richmond, TX 77469
281-634-2800

 

Barrington Place Elementary
2100 Squire Dobbins Drive
Sugar Land, TX 77478

281-634-4040

Blue Ridge Elementary
6241 McHard Road
Houston, TX 77053
281-634-4520

Brazos Bend Elementary
621 Cunningham Creek Blvd.
Sugar Land, TX 77479

281-634-5180

Briargate Elementary
15817 Blue Ridge Road
Missouri City, TX 77489

281-634-4560

Burton Elementary
1625 Hunter Green Lane
Fresno, TX 77489
281-634-5080

Colony Bend Elementary
2720 Planters Street
Sugar Land, TX 77479

281-634-4080

Colony Meadows Elementary
4510 Sweetwater Blvd
Sugar Land, TX 77479

281-634-4120

Commonwealth Elementary
4909 Commonwealth Blvd.
Sugar Land, TX 77479

281-634-5120

Dulles Elementary
630 Dulles Avenue
Sugar Land, TX 77478
281-634-5830

E. A. Jones Elementary
1800 Fifth Street
Missouri City, TX 77489

281-634-4960

Glover Elementary
1510 Columbia Blue Dr.
Missouri City, TX 77489

281-634-4920

Highlands Elementary
2022 Colonist Park
Sugar Land, TX 77478

281-634-4160

Hunters Glen Elementary
8295 Independence Blvd.
Missouri City, TX 77489

281-634-4640

Lakeview Elementary
314 Lakeview Drive
Sugar Land, TX 77478

281-634-4200

Lexington Creek Elementary
2335 Dulles Avenue
Missouri City, TX 77459

281-634-5000

Lula Goodman Elementary
1100 W. Sycamore
Fresno, TX 77545
281-634-5985

 Lantern Lane Elementary
3323 Mission Valley Drive
Missouri City, TX 77459

281-634-4680

Meadows Elementary
12037 Pender Lane
Meadows Place, TX 77477
281-634-4720

Mission Bend Elementary
16200 Beechnut
Houston, TX 77083
281-634-4240

Mission Glen Elementary
16053 Mission Glen
Houston, TX 77083
281-634-4280

Mission West Elementary
7325 Clodine-Reddick Road
Houston, TX 77083
281-634-4320

Oyster Creek Elementary
16425 Mellow Oaks Lane
Sugar Land, TX 77478

281-634-5910

Palmer Elementary
4208 Crow Valley Drive
Missouri City, TX 77459

281-634-4760

Pecan Grove Elementary
3330 Old South Drive
Richmond, TX 77469
281-634-4800
 

Quail Valley Elementary
3500 Quail Village Drive
Missouri City, TX 77459

281-634-5040

Ridgegate Elementary
6015 West Ridgecreek Drive
Houston, TX 77053
281-634-4840

Ridgemont Elementary
4910 Raven Ridge Drive
Houston, TX 77053
281-634-4880

Rita Drabek Elementary
11325 Lake Woodbridge Dr.
Sugar Land, TX 77478

281-634-6570

Scanlan Oaks Elementary
9000 Camp Sienna Trail
Missouri City, TX 77459

281-634-3950

Settlers Way Elementary
3015 Settlers Way Drive
Sugar Land, TX 77479

281-634-4360

Sienna Crossing Elementary
10011 Steep Bank Trace
Missouri City, TX 77459

281-634-3680

Sugar Mill Elementary
13707 Jess Pirtle
Sugar Land, TX 77478

281-634-4440

Townewest Elementary
13927 Old Richmond Road
Sugar Land, TX 77478

281-634-4480

Walker Station Elementary
6200 Homeward Way Blvd.
Sugar Land, TX 77479

281-634-4400

 


 

 


 

 
Riding the Bus Safety Tips

1.Have a safe place to wait for your bus, away from traffic and the street.

2. Stay away from the bus until it comes to a complete stop and the driver signals you to enter.

3. When being dropped off, exit the bus and walk ten giant steps away from the bus. Keep a safe distance between you and the bus. Also, remember that the bus driver can see you best when you are back away from the bus.

4. Use the handrail to enter and exit the bus.

5. Stay away from the bus until the driver gives his/her signal that it's okay to approach.

6. Be aware of the street traffic around you. Drivers are required to follow certain rules of the road concerning buses, however, not all do. Protect yourself and watch out!

Walking and Biking to School

1. Mind all traffic signals and/or the crossing guard - never cross the street against a light, even if you don't see any traffic.

2. Walk your bike through intersections.

3. Walk with a buddy.

4. Wear reflective material, it makes you more visible to street traffic.

Riding in a Car

1. You might have heard before that most traffic crashes occur close to home, they do.

2. Safety belts are the best form of protection passengers have in the event of a crash.

3. You are four times more likely to be seriously injured or killed if ejected from the vehicle in a crash.

Everyone needs to be buckled up properly. That means older kids in seat belts, younger kids in booster seats and little kids in child safety seats.

 

BACKPACK SAFETY

Choosing the right backpack. Look for the following:

Wide, padded shoulder straps - Narrow straps can dig into shoulders. This can cause pain and restrict circulation.
 
Padded back - A padded back protects against sharp edges on objects inside the pack and increases comfort.

To prevent injury when using a backpack, do the following:

Pack light. The backpack should never weigh more than 10 to 20 percent of the student's body weight.

Always use both shoulder straps. Slinging a backpack over one shoulder can strain muscles. Wearing a backpack on one shoulder may increase curvature of the spine.

Organize the backpack to use all of its compartments. Pack heavier items closest to the center of the back.

Use a rolling backpack. This type of backpack may be a good choice for students who must tote a heavy load. Remember that rolling backpacks still must be carried upstairs. And they may be difficult to roll in snow.

CHECKLIST FOR THE FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL

Is your child registered? When is the first day of school? What time does school start?
 
What time is lunch? Can your child buy it at school, and how much will it cost? Will she need a snack?
 
Have you filled out all the health forms or emergency contact forms that have been sent home?
 
Have any new health problems developed in your child over the summer that will affect her school day? Does the school nurse know about this condition, or is an appointment set up to discuss it?
 
If your child needs to take medication at school on the first day, have arrangements been made for this?
 
Does your youngster know where she is going after school (e.g., home, babysitter)? Does she know how she will get there? If you will not be there when she arrives, does she know who will be responsible for her, what the rules are, and how to get help in an emergency?

 
 
First Grade

Bottle of Elmer's Glue
Box of Tissue
Gym Shoes
No. 2 Pencils
Large Eraser
Metal Scissors (such as Fiskar's)
Writing Tablets
Pocket Folders
Paint Shirt
Crayola or Prang Watercolor Paints
Book Bag or Backpack
Box of Zip-Lock Bags
Box of Washable Markers
Ruler (inches & centimeters)
Box of Crayola Crayons (16 or more)
Pencil Sharpener
 
Second Grade

Bottle of Elmer's Glue
Large Box of Tissue
Gym Shoes
No. 2 Pencils
Large Eraser
Metal Scissors
Writing Paper or Notebooks
Paint Shirt
Crayola or Prang Watercolor Paints
Box of Zip-Lock Bags
Box of Washable Markers
Colored Pencils
Set of Watercolor Markers
Ruler (inches & centimeters)
Box of Crayola Crayons
Folder with Pockets
Pencil Sharpener
Third Grade

Box of Crayons
Set of Watercolor Markers
Old Shirt
Ruler (inches & centimeters)
No. 2 Pencils
Pocket Folders
Box of Tissue
Set of Markers
Gym Shoes
Box of Crayons
Large Eraser
Bottle of Elmer's Glue
Writing Paper or Notebooks*
Colored Pencils
Pointed Scissors



 
Fourth Grade

Folder with Pockets
Set of Watercolor Paints
No. 2 Pencils
Ruler (inches & centimeters)
Box of Crayons
Bottle of Elmer's Glue
Pointed Scissors
Spiral Notebook and/or leaf paper
Box of Tissue
Gym Shoes
Red Pencils
Set of Water Based Markers
Large Eraser





 
Fifth Grade

No. 2 Pencils
Blue or Black Ballpoint Pens
Red Pens
Large Eraser
Large Box of Tissue
Watercolor Markers
Pointed Scissors
Pocket Folders
Ruler (inches & centimeters)
Wide Ruled Notebook Paper
Spiral Notebooks
Crayons






 

 

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