Dave Blair Elementary Opened in the fall of 2002, the school is named for Dave Blair, long-time resident and former Mayor of Farmers Branch. The Blair’s children graduated from R. L. Turner High School. From 2002-2003 to 2009-2010, Dave Blair was a school for third through fifth graders and shared a campus with Montgomery Elementary School. Montgomery was a companion school to Dave Blair, served the same neighborhood and grades kindergarten through grade 2. Due financial considerations, the district decided closed the Montgomery school and added 12 classrooms to the Dave Blair building. Beginning in the 2010-2011 school year, Dave Blair Elementary became a kindergarten through grade 5 campuses. L. F. Blanton Elementary Originally built in 1971, the school is named for Lester Franklin Blanton who moved to Carrollton in
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1846 Webb Chapel School, Farmers Branch 1856 “Rainwater College,” Carrollton Union School, Carrollton 1890 The Carrollton Academy, Carrollton 1900 Carrollton School, Belt Line at Erie 1901 State of Texas authorizes establishment of local school districts 1902 Creation of the Carrollton Independent School District, 1903 Creation of the Farmers Branch Independent School District 1904 Farmers Branch School, Valley View Lane 1916 New Carrollton School (red brick building) 1918 Trinity Mills Common School District consolidates with Carrollton ISD 1936 Carrollton High School (current DeWitt Perry) 1948 Hackberry Independent School District consolidates with the Carrollton ISD 1951 Carrollton Elementary School 1954 Farmers Branch Independent School District consolidates with the Carrollton ISD 1955 Valwood Elementary School 1956 R. E. Good Elementary School 1959 Webb Chapel Elementary School 1960 Vivian Field Middle School 1962 R.
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How is High School Different From College? Below you will information on how college is different from high school in regards to classes, freedom, instructors and studying. These great resources were provided to us by Groves Academy in St. Louis Park. How is High School Different From College–Classes High School College Each day you proceed from one class to another. You often have hours between classes; class times vary throughout the day and evening. You spend 6 hours each day—30 hours a week—in class. You spend 12-16 hours each week in class. The school year is 36 weeks long; some classes extend over both semester and some do not. At most colleges the academic year is divided into two separate 15-week semesters, plus a week after each semester for exams.
CFBISD has a proud tradition of excellence in education. Thirteen CFBISD schools have received the national honor of being named Blue Ribbon Schools. Most recently, Rosemeade Elementary was named a Blue Ribbon School in 2016. On September 28, U.S. Secretary of Education, John B. King, announced that Rosemeade Elementary is one of 279 public and […]