Fruitvale ISD is committed to working as a team to close the gaps that separate our students from achieving all they can be. This year, we are raising the expectations in every program and at every campus so that we can prepare all of our students for success beyond high school. We will be committed to doing whatever it takes to benefit students and their success.
Our efforts will be focused on improving academics and attendance. Students simply cannot reach their highest potential if they are not in class. Another focus this year will be on preparing students for life after graduation. With your help and your commitment we will make it happen. Please join the FISD’s amazing staff as we encourage every student to be their very best. Thank you for your support.
Believe, commit, inspire and leave a legacy.
Using the link listed below, you can choose from many different designs. The band will receive 12% from every sale. See Mr. Whitehead for a $10 gift card, to be used toward your purchase.
Labels for Education
Many of the products you already buy can also contribute to your child's education. Just check your products for any of the following, clip, and send to school:
In the Event of Bad Weather
The decision to delay or cancel school due to inclement weather is made with the best interest of the students in mind.
Lunch Money Now is now available in the FISD cafeteria.
Go to https://www.lunchmoneynow.com/
2/24/14 The varsity boys' season came to an end Friday night with a 90-81 loss in overtime to the defending state champs and #10 team in the state. Against a Roxton team with a huge height advantage, the boys showed tremendous heart and will and almost pulled out a huge upset. The respect they earned that night was illustrated by the standing ovation they received when they came out of the locker room after the game from the Fannindel fans who were there to see their team play in the game after ours. Stephen Holland led the way in his final game as a Bobcat with 26 points. Gavino Rongel had 22 points and 11 rebounds. Chaz Grime had 14 points. Geramey Mayne had 7 points. Gage Sulc had 6 points. Eric Lane had 5 points and Wade Johnson had 1. Though they are undoubtedly still hurting from the loss, please take an opportunity to congratulate these guys on an outstanding season.
Fruitvale ISD has campus and district committees that work to obtain broad based input from community, parents, and staff and provide information to those persons on a regular basis. If you are interested in being on one of the campus or district committees please contact Rebecca Bain at 903-896-4466. We appreciate your support of Fruitvale ISD.
2/3/14 Fruitvale ISD was well represented on Saturday in Quitman. 16 teams: Brownsboro, Chapel Hill, Chisum, Crandall, Carthage, Big Sandy, Grand Saline, Harmony, John Tyler, Mineola, North Lamar, Mt. Vernon, White Oak, Winnsboro, Quitman, and FRUITVALE attended the UIL event.
Monica McGee 4th
Stephen Holland 6th
and the team was 3rd overall with Adam Erwin, Emma Shaw, Anna Lacy, and Wade Johnson
Elvia Torres- 4th
and the team was 3rd overall with Jonathan Sheppard, Amy Anderson,Sarah Sheppard, Katie Whitehead, Davin Brightman, Maryah Jordan
Science is divided into 3 categories 20 questions from each: Biology, Chemistry, and Physics.
Sarah Sheppard 6th
and the team was 1st overall with Amy Anderson, Katie Whitehead, and Wade Johnson
Sponsors were Mr Elliot, Mrs Barnes, and Mrs. Sheppard
JV Bobcat Basketball
1/22/14 The J.V. Boy have competed well as of late. They went 1-1 in the Eustace tournament on 1/11/14.
defeating Eustace 56 to 28. And came up short against Red Oak Life 32 to 36. And on 1/14/14 against Miller Grove they came out slow and fell behind early. But played a better second half. But it was not enough. The final outcome was 28 to 39. And yesterdays game against Camble was their best team effort all year with a 47 to 40 win. Gage Sulc lead the way 15 points, Kayle Lewis with 13, Jonathan Mejia with 11, Matthew Martin with 4, Christian Rowe with 2 and Jonathan Sheppard with 2. We are now 1 and 1 in district play.
Credit By Exam
Fruitvale ISD offers credit by exam (credit without prior instruction) through the Region VII service center twice a year for grades 3-12.
Location Date Administered
Region VII ESC
Region VII ESC
The cost for each individual exam is $30 per test. A battery of four exams (Math, Language Arts and Reading, Science and Social Studies) is offered for grades 3-5. The complete battery must be taken. Individual exams may be taken for grades 6-12 to earn credit. Please contact Rebecca Bain or Leslie Joslin no later than April 12th to complete the form and make payment to the school district to be registered for these exams. If you have any questions please contact us at 903-896-4363.
1/21/14 These students represented Fruitvale at the Forth Worth Livestock AG Mech. Contest: Blue ribbon with a bench, Eliseo Hernandez and Tristan Taylor; Red ribbon with a shop table, Katelyn Chennault , Anna Littlejohn and Joel Sanchez; Red ribbon with metal saw horses Christian Rowe and Robert Craft
Lady Cat Softball
3/7/14 The Lady Cats competed in pool play at the Hawkins Tournament yesterday as they took on Whitehouse and Hawkins. The Lady Cats played very well as they earned victories in both games. Cierra Craft got the win as she pitched a strong game against Whitehouse and the Lady Cats offense exploded for an 8-1 victory. Karen Crane followed suit as did the offense against Hawkins earning a 7-0 victory. The Lady Cats also played great defense in support of the two pitchers.
Against Whitehouse, Bryce Yates, Audrey Robinson, and Karen Crane each scored twice while Emily Driskill and Emma Shaw were able to cross home once as well. Against Hawkins; Bryce, Audrey, Karen, Emily Hetmer, Cierra, Felisha, and Emily Driskill all were able to score.
The Lady Cats will be back in action tomorrow starting at 1:30.
The 2012-13 Yearbooks are here!! Get yours today for only $25
|Friday, March 07, 2014|
|Softball - Hawkins Tournament|
|Early Release (click for times)|
|End 3rd 9 weeks|
|Baseball @ Neches CHANGED - 6:00p|
|Saturday, March 08, 2014|
|Softball - Hawkins Tournament|
|Monday, March 10, 2014|
|Tuesday, March 11, 2014|
|Softball vs Martins Mill @ Home - 6:00p|
|Baseball vs Trinidad @ Home - 6:00p|
|Wednesday, March 12, 2014|
|Thursday, March 13, 2014|
|Friday, March 14, 2014|
|Baseball @ Martins Mill - 6:00p|
|Monday, March 17, 2014|
|Begin 4th and final 9 weeks|
|Tuesday, March 18, 2014|
|Softball @ Union Hill - 6:00p|
|Baseball vs Cross Roads @ Home - 6:00p|