Watch D.O.G.S. (Dads of Great Students) Form at Two Campuses

The way Chris Holmes described it to a Houston Chronicle reporter, he was often the only man in attendance when the Rummel Creek Elementary School PTA met at the school.



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Connect with Dr. Muri

Dr. Muri's 2016-17 Staying Connected series began with a visit to Meadow Wood Elementary in early September.


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SBISD Graduates Outscore State and National Averages on 2016 ACT

Spring Branch ISD students have posted scores higher than the state and national averages on the ACT.


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Muri, Feinberg: More ISD-Charter Cooperation Would Boost School Quality

Houston Chronicle Outlook article cowritten by SBISD Superintendent of Schools Scott R. Muri and Mike Feinberg regarding the debate pitting traditional public schools against public charter schools.


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Listening to Students

Valley Oaks Elementary Principal Gary Henry and several students are featured in a recent blog posting and video compiled by Raise Your Hand Texas.


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Two Campuses Earn TEA All-Distinctions

The Texas Education Agency has announced that more than 400 campuses across the state – including two Spring Branch ISD schools – achieved the Met Standard rating in the 2016 state accountability ratings.



German Summer Trip Inspires Students

The SBISD community will welcome 19 students and two teachers from Ganderkesee during the fifth annual student exchange between SBISD and a partner school, called Gymnasium Ganderkesee, near Bremen.


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Spring Forest Middle Earns $3,000
Health-Fitness Grant

The Houston-based Oliver Foundation has awarded a $3,000 grant to Spring Forest Middle School to add nontraditional exercise equipment ranging from medicine balls to mini-kettle balls and agility ladders as student activity options.


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Theater and Fine Arts Events Announced

Student theater, band, choir and orchestra performances will be offered this year across Spring Branch ISD.


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Students Honored for AP Exam Results

The Advanced Placement (AP) program continues to grow in Spring Branch ISD, where more than 2,300 high school students scored high enough on AP Exams in 2016 to earn possible college credits in dozens of subject areas and courses.


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