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Fort Bend ISD temporarily closes, opens schools amid COVID-19 pandemic

MISSOURI CITY, Texas – This week, President Biden plans to address getting kids back in the classroom as early as Wednesday. This comes as Fort Bend ISD once again is closing some schools and opening others. The district also sent an email to parents on Friday saying if their student is falling behind in their studies and grades, they will require them to come and learn face-to-face. Below is a list of FBISD schools and their plans:School pivoting to online on Tuesday, Feb. 9Pecan Grove Elementary (2/8-2/19, Students return on 2/22)School pivoting to online on Monday, Feb. 8Sienna Crossing Elementary (2/8-2/15, Students return on 2/16)Townewest Elementary (2/8-2/15, Students return on 2/16)Elkins High School (2/8-2/19, Students return on 2/22)Online schools returning to face-to-face instruction on Monday, Feb. 8Austin High SchoolBarbara Jordan ElementaryBriargate ElementaryDulles High SchoolHodges Bend Middle SchoolMadden ElementaryOyster Creek ElementaryJames Patterson ElementaryOnline schools returning to face-to-face instruction on Wednesday, Feb. 10Crockett Middle SchoolOnline schools returning to face-to-face instruction on Tuesday, Feb. 16Bowie Middle SchoolOakland ElementaryChrista McAuliffe Middle SchoolJames Neill ElementaryRosa Parks ElementaryJuan Seguin ElementaryOnline schools returning to face-to-face instruction on Wednesday, Feb. 17Quail Valley ElementaryOnline schools returning to face-to-face instruction on Monday, Feb. 22AdBush High SchoolFort Bend ISD will continue to closely monitor all schools across the district. For the latest news about your child’s school, visit www.fortbendisd.com.

Pasadena ISD, Fort Bend ISD students crowned grand champions in 2020 RodeoHouston art competition

Pasadena ISD, Fort Bend ISD students crowned grand champions in 2020 RodeoHouston art competition See the 72 stunning winning artworks headed for auctionBuford the cowAshlyn Ezzell, Clear Creek ISDSpecial Merit Buford the cowAshlyn Ezzell, Clear Creek ISDSpecial Merit Photo: Houston Livestock Show And Rodeo Photo: Houston Livestock Show And Rodeo Image 1 of / 90 Caption Close Pasadena ISD, Fort Bend ISD students crowned grand champions in 2020 RodeoHouston art competition 1 / 90 Back to GalleryTwo students from Fort Bend ISD and Pasedena ISD were crowned grand champions of the 2020 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo School Art Program competition, beating out thousands of other entries. Anthony Vega of Pasadena ISD was crowned the 2020 Grand Champion for his colored drawing "Morning Pep Talk," and Fort Bend ISD student Amaris Shi's colored drawing "Roped In" was crowned the 2020 Reserve Grand Champion during the rodeo's School Art Program Awards Ceremony on Sunday, according to a release. SEE LAST YEAR'S WINNERS: Pasadena ISD students take top spots in 2019 HLSR School Art Program competitionApproximately 200,000 students from 101 public school districts and 53 private schools participated in this year's program. The artworks will be available to view before the auction while they are on display throughout the 2020 Rodeo season in the Hayloft Gallery, located in the lobby of NRG Center. Click through the photos above for a look at the 72 winning artworks for the 2020 season...Rebecca Hennes covers community news.

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