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Flour Bluff ISD mourns the loss of former Superintendent Carol Moffett

It’s with a saddened heart we announce that former Flour Bluff ISD Superintendent Carol Moffett has passed away following a long and courageous battle with cancer. Mrs. Moffett served our District as Superintendent from 1998 until 2003. She returned in 2013 to serve as Interim Superintendent.  

Mrs. Moffett’s service to education also included leading Woodville ISD, Mabank ISD, and Ingram ISD as superintendent. Even after retirement, she remained a faithful and loyal servant of public education.  

Flour Bluff ISD sends our deepest condolences to the family and friends of Mrs. Carol Moffett. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to the Humble Area Assistance Ministries (HAAM) in her memory. This was an organization that was near and dear to Mrs. Moffett’s heart and one she supported and volunteered at for many years. 

A memorial service celebrating the life of Carol Moffett is pending. 

 

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.