Fruitvale ISD is a district that is founded on small town values. All people and children are treated as wonderful members of our family. A small school with a big heart for all children would be a good motto. Fruitvale is located in the heart of East Texas on Hwy 80 between Grand Saline and Edgewood. Fruitvale ISD offers many programs to our students including Head Start, full-day Pre-Kindergarten, FFA, FCCLA, National Honor Society, Student Council, Yearbook, Band, and services for Gifted Students including Robotics and UIL.
Fruitvale also boasts a growing athletic program that includes: Football, Volleyball, Basketball, Track, Baseball, Softball, Golf, Tennis, and Cheerleading. Students are encouraged to engage in more than academics but to grow as leaders and team members.
Fruitvale Junior High and High School was also selected as one of the state’s premier T-STEM Academies for the 2007- 2010 school years. This has given our teachers and students access to wonderful training and camps that would not otherwise be available. We also are currently offering a full range of college courses through Trinity Valley Community College for juniors and seniors. Some of these classes are offered through our state of the art Distance Learning Lab which gives teachers and students access to classes and training worldwide.
Fruitvale ISD is a Recognized District with the State of Texas. Hallie Randall Elementary and Fruitvale Junior High are also Recognized campuses. The district also was awarded two teacher incentive grants this year including the District Award for Teacher Excellence and the Texas Educator Excellence Award. These incentives for teachers give them an opportunity to be rewarded for their extra efforts in teaching.
Our parents and community members are one of a kind. They give support and volunteer in many ways to help the school system. Fruitvale ISD has every reason to boast of their accomplishments as a district.