TAGT Student Showcase

Bales and Windsong GT students represented FISD at the Texas Association of Gifted and Talented Conference at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston on December 6, 2013. Students shared their projects with GT teachers from all over the state. Fourth grade students studied the country of Malawi, Africa and created wire sculptures called galimotos similar to the ones … Read More

TCEA Robotics Competition

Robotics teams from Friendswood Junior High, Bales, and Windsong competed in the TCEA Area 4 Robotics Competition on December 14, 2013.

4 Choir named to All-State Choir

Four Friendswood High School  Choir students successfully auditioned for membership in the Texas All-State Choirs on Saturday, Jan. 11.  The auditions were held at Deer Park High School and included both singing and sight-reading components. Junior Shelby Allison will be in the All-State Mixed Choir; Allison is a 2-yearAll-State member. Junior Nattie Wroblewski was selected for the All-State Women’s Choir, … Read More

ARCHAEOLOGY

Archaeology Dig Westwood and Cline 3rd Grade SEARCH students got to experience the life of an archaeologist on November 21. Students applied their knowledge of archaeology as they worked together to excavate artifacts from the mock sites of Egypt, Williamsburg, Utah and Pompeii. They sketched each artifact on a grid, measured it and photographed it.

17 FHS Band students make All-State Band

At Friendswood High School,17 students were accepted into All-State Band after 32 students auditioned in the Texas Music Education Association (TMEA) Area F All-State Band Auditionsheld at Seven Lakes High School. The All-State Band students will perform with the All-State Band at the TMEA Annual Convention, Feb. 12-15,in San Antonio. “This is more than any other school in our area … Read More

2 FJH Robotics Teams advance to State competition in April

Five Friendswood Junior High robotics teams completed in a Texas Computer Education Association Region IV robotics meet at Fairmont Junior High in Deer Park ISD recently. Two of the FJH teams are advancing to State competition in Deer Park April 12. The competition was divided into Arena Competition and Inventions. In the Arena Competition: Vishal Bhongir, Brandon Delafuente, and Adam … Read More

Wranglerettes raise $13,597.20 

FHS Wranglerettes raise $13,597.20 for St. Judes, Named top fundraising team, best shirt design The Wranglerettes at Friendswood High School were surprised to see a representative from St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital in the audienceat one of their major competitions recently. The representative watched three hours of performances and then had more good news to give them. Not only were the … Read More

Wranglerettes raise $13,597.20 

FHS Wranglerettes raise $13,597.20 for St. Judes, Named top fundraising team, best shirt design The Wranglerettes at Friendswood High School were surprised to see a representative from St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital in the audienceat one of their major competitions recently. The representative watched threehours of performances and then had more good news to give them.             Notonly were the FHS … Read More

FJH HOST SCIENCE FAIR

The annual Friendswood Junior High Science Fair was held recently, ending with the awards ceremony that night. Megan Marshall, 8th Grade Pre AP Science teacher served as the Science Fair Coordinator. In Physics, Jared Janak (8th grade) placed first with Robert Chuok (7) in second, Sarah McCullough (8) tied for third place with Hunter Hall (8). In Engineering, Rhianna Spong (7) won … Read More

New FISD Transition Center provides learning area for various skills

Repurposing a building in a school district can save much money, use available areas  and solve a problem at the same time. In Friendswood ISD a unique building has been transformed into the newinnovative Vocational and Daily Living Skills Transition Center for SpecialEducation students.             The building is known as the former Friendswood Junior High “round building.” Builtin 1965 by … Read More