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FBISD students recognized as Students of Character during community-wide event

On Tuesday, April 4, Flour Bluff ISD students were recognized during the Students of Character banquet. This annual city-wide event shines the light on students who personify positive character traits such as responsible behavior, positive attitude and good, moral choices at their campuses and with peers. This is the fifth year students from Calallen ISD, Corpus Christi ISD, Flour Bluff ISD, London ISD, Tuloso-Midway ISD and West Oso ISD have been honored during the Students of Character banquet.

This grass-roots effort, initiated by the City of Corpus Christi Mayor’s Office, recognizes students from each school district with-in the city-limits of Corpus Christi. This year, Flour Bluff ISD had 14 students selected as our District’s Students of Character. The students were recognized during a dinner and recognition ceremony at Tuloso-Midway ISD.

Congratulations to the FBISD 2017 Students of Character 

Prekindergarten – Kai Beene-Corre
Kindergarten – Ethan Foster

1st Grade – Chloe Rodriguez
2nd Grade – Toby Corpuz

3rd Grade – Luke Ruiz
4th Grade – Kayliana Chapa

5th Grade – Ariana Ettinger
6th Grade – Colton Hooper

Junior High
7th Grade – E.J. Shannon
8th Grade – Swachi Patel

High School
11th  Grade – Corben Johnson
11th Grade – Hallie Trial
12th Grade – Sarah Trevino
12th Grade – Richard Vargas


Flour Bluff ISD schools and facilities will be closed Friday, January 21st, 2022, due to severe weather conditions. The latest weather updates are indicating a high probability of freezing temperatures and precipitation that may create hazardous road conditions Friday morning.

All extracurricular activities (including athletics) will be canceled for the morning of Friday, January 21st. With temperatures currently expected to increase through the day on Friday, extracurricular activities scheduled for the afternoon may continue unless otherwise communicated by coaches or teachers/sponsors.

Flour Bluff ISD faculty and staff should not report to work on Friday, January 21st unless directed by your supervisor. Thank you for your patience as we assessed the situation. We ask that you please stay safe and warm in this winter weather. Flour Bluff ISD will resume its normal schedule on Monday, January 24th, 2022.