Understanding the Choices and Guidelines for Finding a PreK My kids are in
DEVELOPING 21ST CENTURY GRADUATES
FISD is committed to developing 21st Century graduates who are life-long learners that are purposeful, innovative, collaborative, and possess character traits that lead to success.
WE'RE PROUD OF OUR RESULTS!
Robust Career and Technology Program, Award-winning FFA with State Champion Leadership Teams, Advanced Academics for all students, Full-Day Pre-K, Dual Credit program that saves families money and allows students to graduate with up to 60 college credits.
Quality and varied athletic programs, Award-winning instrumental music program, Elementary Music and Art classes for all students, Theatre and Drama classes available in grades 8-12.
Floresville is a small school environment with big-city options.
This school year, 110 Floresville High School students have earned 256 industry certifications
School districts managing the challenges of a pandemic and highlights, data, statistics, and history of public education in the San Antonio area. By Bobby Blount and Bexar County School Boards Coalition.
San Antonio Area’s School Board Trustees Release a Letter to Governor Abbott Regarding
We are currently so bombarded with information about coronavirus and COVID-19 that it
ENRICHING ACADEMIC PROGRAMS
Mr. Gilstrap earned a Bachelor of Science from Midwestern State University and a Master of Educational Leadership from Sam Houston State University. He is currently enrolled in a Doctorate of Educational Leadership program at Tarleton State University.
Mr. Gilstrap began his educational career as a teacher and coach at Temple ISD. He also worked at Waco ISD and Bruceville-Eddy ISD. Gilstrap later served as an Assistant Principal in Connally ISD and then Belton ISD. He became a Principal at Rogers ISD, and after two years was promoted to Superintendent. Most recently, Mr. Gilstrap has served Ennis ISD as Deputy Superintendent. Among his many duties at Ennis ISD, he managed all aspects of Human Resources for approximately 800 employees and Student Services for approximately 5,900 students.
Mr. Gilstrap and his wife Gail have two children. Seventeen-year-old Emily is a high school senior, and six-year-old Luke is in first grade.