In early 2018, current FSH Elementary student Samantha White submitted a story to a popular national podcast, Story Pirates. Her story, “Dreaming Sheep”, was selected to be turned into a song and in February of 2018, Samantha’s Dreaming Sheep song aired on the Story Pirates podcast. That, in itself, is quite a feat!
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The 2019-2020 Non-Resident Transfer Online Application is now open.
Please complete the online application for each of your children at the following link:
Caution: Application website is firewalled when using a Government computer.
For questions or concerns please call Rachel Munoz at 210-368-8725.
Worried that your school-age child’s reading will “slide” during the summer? This training will include a wealth of at-home strategies you can use to help your child stay on track with reading throughout the summer months. Wednesday, May 22nd...(Click🔝Headline)
The district recently published a new district brochure highlighting the district and our campuses. The FSHISD District Publication was a joint effort among key district personnel to highlight the wonderful accomplishments of the students and staff in our district. The brochure includes detailed information about our campuses and programs and will be used to inform key stakeholders and educate our school community. We hope you enjoy the brochure and welcome any feedback you might have. You can view and download the brochure by clicking the headline above or access it via the "About Us" section on the main district page.
School supply list for grades Pre-Kinder through 5th.
Fort Sam Houston Elementary School was represented Saturday at the First Lego League Curiosity Division Championships by our very own team, Chicken Legs. Eshan Khan, Dillon DeMay, Brynnlee Beckstrom, and Anthony Barker, all 4th graders, competed along with 58 teams made up of 4th-8th graders from around south Texas. Each team researched a real-world problem about space travel and were challenged to develop an innovative solution for their team’s problem. The Chicken Legs researched the effect of the lack of gravity on the human body. They also designed, built, and programmed a robot using LEGO Mindstorm technology to compete on a table-top playing field. Thanks Laura Albasini