Mustang Marching Band and Color Guard

The Mighty Mustang Marching Band and Color Guards were honored with Celebration of Excellence awards at the December 11 meeting of the FISD School Board. The meeting was held in the former Friendswood Junior High cafeteria. (The Annex) Board Vice President Matt Robinson presented certificates to the members who attended the meeting. The majority of those honored could not attend … Read More

FJH Choir spreads holiday cheer, gives bears for first responders

The Friendswood Junior High Choir has been busy spreading the holiday cheer for allto hear. The seventh and eighth grade women traveled to three Friendswood assisted living facilities this past Saturday to sing favorite holiday songs with the residents. “It wasa beautiful experience to share across three generations while our young l eaders encouraged and inspired everyone to sing familiar … Read More

Turkey Bowl

Friendswood Swimmers and Divers Make A Splash At The Turkey Bowl photos in SmugMug On Friday, November 22nd ,  the Friendswood High School Swimming and Diving teams competed in the Turkey Bowl Swimming and Diving Invitational hosted by Texas City High School.  The Lady Mustangs took 1st overall with 248 points with Glenda Dawson High School taking 2nd with 113 … Read More

FJH Cheerleaders winfirst at NCA Lone Star Classic  

FJH competitive cheer squad won first place at the National Cheerleader Association Lone Star Classic competition at Reliant Arena November 9-10. This is the first year for the FJH cheerleaders to form a competitive squad. The team of 20 won in the junior high large novice division. The competitive squad consists of the following members: Abigail Barrone, Camryn Bish, Sarah … Read More

Legends of Friendswood to host event, donate $15,000

Community Shower to be held for new FISD Transition Center Legends of Friendswood to host event, donate $15,000 The Legends of Friendswood Organization is hosting Thanks for Giving, a community shower for the innovative new Friendswood Independent School District’s Special Education Vocational and Daily Living Skills Transition Center Wednesday, November 13, 5 to8 pm, at the FISD Annex Training Center, 402 Laurel Drive.   Tours of … Read More

8th Grader named Duke Scholar

Joshua Ulrich is an 8th grade at Friendswood Junior High and was selected into the Duke Talent Identification Program (Duke TIP) . He got to participate in taking his SAT last year at Pearland High School thought this program to see where is would place. He did very well considering he was a 7th grader at the time. Ulrich was … Read More

WW-B Student Council active in community service

Student Council at Westwood-Bales is an active group who strives to put community first. Council representatives from each third, fourth and fifth grade classes along with Council officers attended the TEPSA Student Council workshop in Seabrook recently. Officers include President Kate Meador, Vice President Lily Hall, Secretary Megan Dodson and Treasurer/Historian Zoe Sellers. They learned about leadership and how to … Read More

Chemistry project for Veteran's Day

The FHS Chemistry Department participated in a Veteran’s Day project Nov. 11 and created a mural to honor veterans students and teachers know. The mural is in the upstairs math/science hallway outside room 2004. “It has been an awesome experience so far and each day the mural ‘grows,’” chemistry teacher Andrea Davidson said.

7B wins District Championship

The undefeated Friendswood Mustangs 7th grade B team took home the District Championship on Tuesday November 5 with a 30-0shutout win against the LaPorte Bull Pups. Led by coaches Corey Dalton, MarkMcKeever and Matt Veariel, the Mustangs finished their season with 6 shut-outwins, only allowing three touchdowns during the entire season. The championship game got off to a quick start … Read More

Westwood Bales students prepare for robotics

The WW-Bales Robotics team is preparing for the Texas Computer Educators Association (TCEA) Robotics Arena Competiton. The title of this year’s challenge is “Rubble Trouble” and is based on urban search and rescue. Students work in teams of three to build and program their robot to complete six tasks within the challenge. Competition is Dec. 14.