No School on MLK Day.

FBMS (and all other HISD schools and offices) will be closed on January 15th in observance of MLK Day.

January 15, 2018 will mark the 32nd observance of the national King Holiday, and the 50th year anniversary of his assassination. Dr. King believed in freedom and equality for all, and thought that best way to achieve this was through nonviolent resistance methods such as protesting, grassroots organizing and civil disobedience. In addition to his commitment to non-violent resistance to injustice, Dr. King was also a life-long advocate for constructive service. Two years after the inception of the King Holiday, Harris Wofford, a former US Senator and friend of Dr. King, realized that for millions of Americans, the holiday had become just another day off. Wofford urged that King would have wanted the holiday to be “A Day On, Not A Day Off” to show commitment to, and understanding of, Dr. King’s lifetime of service to others. (http://www.uh.edu/mlk/)

 "Life's most persistent and urgent question is:  What are you doing for others?"- Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

"Life's most persistent and urgent question is:  What are you doing for others?"- Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.