Fort Sam Houston ISD

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UIL Individual Events District Competition @ Karnes City
Date: 3/25/2017, 8 AM 4 PM
Location: Karnes City High School, 400 TX-123, Karnes City, TX 78118, USA
State V Boys Power Lifting Meet
Date: 3/25/2017, 9 AM 4 PM
Location: Abilene, TX, USA
*JV Baseball vs Karnes City
Date: 3/25/2017, 10 AM 12 PM
7th Grade Writing STAAR Assessment
Date: 3/28/2017

FSH News

MOTM T-Shirts on Sale!

The Month of the Military Child is celebrated in April to highlight the courage, sacrifice, and the patriotism of our young heroes. The Month of the Military Child was established by Caspar Weinberg in 1986 (Defense Secretary) to recognize our military children. Cougar PAWS will host many activities during the month of April for our children. More information will be coming soon. In the meantime, please order your purple Month of the Military Child shirt and help us celebrate our kids. Click the headline above for an order form. You can drop off your order form at both schools front office or email it back to Cougar PAWS at The last day to order is March 25th. T-shirts are $10.

FSHISD Posts District of Innovation Plan

The District of Innovation concept, passed by Texas Legislature, gives traditional school districts more flexibility and local control and increases a district’s ability to decide what best meets the unique needs of the students and to customize a response to those needs. In our ongoing effort to meet the needs of our students and families, FSHISd has posted a proposed plan to become a District of Innovation. Click the headline above for more information on Districts of Innovation and the FSHISD Plan.

Cole Principal Named Finalist for H-E-B Award

Robert G. Cole Middle and High School principal, Dr. Isabell Clayton, was honored as a finalist for the 2017 H-E-B Excellence in Education Award at a surprise assembly held on Tuesday, March 7. Representatives from H-E-B, along with H.E.Buddy, made the announcement as middle and high school students cheered while Clayton accepted a $1,000 check for herself as well as a $2,500 check for the school.
(Click the headline above for more information.)

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