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    Easter Outreach

    Thank you San Benito PD. Read More..

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    Student of the month

    Keep up the good work. Read More..

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    PTO Performance

    Students danced for parents. Read More..

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    Visit from Dr. Vega

    Thank you for all that you do Dr. Vega. Read More..

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    Fire Prevention Winners

    Fred Booth students won for their artistic creativity. Read More..

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    Leadership Team Reads…

    The Leadership Team reads to students. Read More..

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    Texas Public School Week

    Students dress up as a career of their choice. Read More..

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    Halls of Art

    Great job Jocelyn Matamoros Read More..

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    Pre Valentine’s Day Dance

    Valentine's Court Read More..

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    Battle of the Blue Bonnet Books

    Second place winners! Read More..

News

Student of the month

Keep up the good work. Read More...

Teacher of the Month

Natalia Montez Read More...

Mode of dress for 2016-2017

Description of this years mode of dress. Read More...

Events

Easter Holiday

No School on Friday, April 14, 2017 and Monday, April 17, 2017.

PTO Meeting

Meeting on Monday, April 10, 2017.

Spring Break Holiday

March 13, 2017 - March 17, 2017. Have a fun and safe week.

Texas Public School Week

February 27, 2017 – March 3, 2017 Texas Public Schools Week

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.