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    Ronald McDonald Visits Fred Booth

    Ronald McDonald visited Fred Booth and talked to 2-3rd about bullying and reading. Thanks for the great advice.

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    Perfect Attendace Dance was a Hit!

    Students enjoyed the first perfect attendance dance. Great job!

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    Local Elk’s Lodge Donates Dictionaries to Students

    Thanks to the local Elk’s Lodge, Fred Booth 3-4th grade students now have their own dictionaries to take home and use with their school work.IMG_0102 IMG_0096  IMG_0098 IMG_0100

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    P.E. Parachutes Students into Cafeteria!

    Not really! But the students did have a great time moving their stuffed frog around the parachute and what a workout!

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    Zumba at Fred Booth!

    Zumba classes will be offered at Fred Booth on Tuesdays and Oscar De la fuente on Thursdays starting September 30, 6:00-7:00pm. Monica Ramirez will be the instructor.  Contact Alfredo Muniz for more information at 454-9459

     

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    Fred Booth students learn how to stop bullying

    Fred Booth students participated in a presentation by Mrs. Ramos on recognizing and preventing bullying.

     

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    Mode of Dress

    Dear Parent,

    Effective for the school year 2014-2015, Fred Booth Elementary students will be required to use a mode of dress. A Mode of Dress Advisory Committee met on May 15, 2014. The following Mode of Dress was decided:

    Shirts: Polo
    Color: Hunter Green and Gold
    Logo: No Logo

    On Fridays, students may wear a Greyhound spirit T-shirt, a Fred Booth T-shirt, or a College shirt.

    Plain Shorts/Pants:
    Color: Khaki or blue jean
    No Sagging or baggy pants/shorts
    No designs or markings on pants/shorts
    Besides shorts/pants, girls may wear skorts, capris, cargo, or jumper dress.

    Shoes: No open toe shoes are allowed. Shoes must be properly fastened. Only tennis shoes allowed. Dressy shoes would be allowed on special occasions designated by the principal.

    Jackets: Must be of proper length and be able to unzip or unbutton all the way.

    Hair: Neatly groomed and not distracting. No extreme fads allowed. Boys’ hair length must be above the shoulders. No coloring or highlights allowed.

    To assist you, we will place this letter of the mode of dress on our Fred Booth Webpage. We also have provided you with a list of places that you can may want to shop for your child.

    Target, Walmart, Dickies, Chuy’s Custom Shirts, Falla Paredes, MJ Printings, and Kmart.

    As always we appreciate your support. Please feel free to call the school at 361-6860 if you have any questions.

  • IMG_0088

    Ronald McDonald Visits Fred Booth

    Ronald McDonald visited Fred Booth and talked to 2-3rd about bullying and reading. Thanks for the great advice. Read More..

  • IMG_0059

    Perfect Attendace Dance was a Hit!

    Students enjoyed the first perfect attendance dance. Great job! Read More..

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    Local Elk’s Lodge Donates Dictionaries to Students

    Thanks to the local Elk’s Lodge, Fred Booth 3-4th grade students now have their own dictionaries to take home and use with their school work.   Read More..

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    P.E. Parachutes Students into Cafeteria!

    Not really! But the students did have a great time moving their stuffed frog around the parachute and what a workout! Read More..

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    Zumba at Fred Booth!

    Zumba classes will be offered at Fred Booth on Tuesdays and Oscar De la fuente on Thursdays starting September 30, 6:00-7:00pm. Monica Ramirez will be the instructor.  Contact Alfredo Muniz for more information at 454-9459   Read More..

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    Fred Booth students learn how to stop bullying

    Fred Booth students participated in a presentation by Mrs. Ramos on recognizing and preventing bullying.       Read More..

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    Mode of Dress

    Effective for the school year 2014-2015, Fred Booth Elementary students will be required to use a mode of dress. Read More..

News

Ronald McDonald Visits Fred Booth

Ronald McDonald visited Fred Booth and talked to 2-3rd about bullying and reading. Thanks for the great advice. Read More...

Local Elk’s Lodge Donates Dictionaries to Students

Thanks to the local Elk’s Lodge, Fred Booth 3-4th grade students now have their own dictionaries to take home and use with their school work.   Read More...

Zumba at Fred Booth!

Zumba classes will be offered at Fred Booth on Tuesdays and Oscar De la fuente on Thursdays starting September 30, 6:00-7:00pm. Monica Ramirez will be the instructor.  Contact Alfredo Muniz for more information at 454-9459   Read More...

Events

Perfect Attendace Dance was a Hit!

Students enjoyed the first perfect attendance dance. Great job!

P.E. Parachutes Students into Cafeteria!

Not really! But the students did have a great time moving their stuffed frog around the parachute and what a workout!

Box Tops For Education

Earn money for our school!

Contact Information

phone 956-361-6860
956-361-6868 fax

msg CRamos@sbcisd.net

san Fred Booth Elem.
705 Zaragosa
San Benito, TX 78586

Hours of Operation:
7:30 AM - 4:30 PM

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About Fred Booth Elementary

In 1909, the school board began looking for a suitable location for a school building. By July 24, 1909, 2 free public school brick buildings were planned. June 1910, Mr. Eudress of Austin had completed plans of both proposed school buildings and the school board accepted the plans. 1st Ward School, built in 1910, was renamed The Fred Booth Ward School on March 9, 1931, in honor of Fred Booth, a local business man, former school board member and owner of Mont Meta Memorial Park who had died the previous year.