• FBISD Staff Information & Resources


    In the face of the COVID-19, below are some resources for FBISD employees regarding mental health, assistance, payroll, and more. This page will be updated as information becomes available.

The Families First Coronavirus Response Act

Worker's Comp and COVID-19

Local County Health Departments

  • Harris County Health Department


    After hours: 281-434-6494


    Montgomery County Health Department


    After hours: 888-825-9754


    Fort Bend County Health Department


    After hours: 281-434-6494


    Chambers County Health Department


    After hours: 409-267-9862


    Brazoria County Health Department


    After hours: 800-511-1632


    Galveston County Health District

    After hours: 888-241-0442

Financial Wellness: Five Tips to Financially Surviving the COVID-19 Pandemic

    1. Budget as a Family
      With more time at home, use FinPath to create or revisit your monthly budget as a family - make it fun with pizza and reward your team with a movie!
    2. Keep Building Emergency Savings
      Contribute your usual entertainment and eating out budget to an emergency savings fund while local businesses are shut down.
    3. Explore Relief
      Keep an eye open for possible government relief opportunities. Keep checking our blog for the latest updates.
    4. Invest
      Continue to invest, there are rewards of dollar-cost averaging (investing at regular intervals over a long period of time). It's well explained here.
    5. Ask For Help
      If you're feeling stressed about your current financial situation, please schedule a virtual meeting with one of our Financial Consultants.  We are here to help you through whatever comes your way!

Health and Safety Reminder from Dr. Charles E. Dupre | March 24, 2020

FBISD Employee Resources

  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

  • Vida Clinic

  • Clearhope Counseling

  • FBISD LiveWell | Managing Your Personal Wellbeing

  • UnitedHealthcare Zero Cost COVID-19 Medical Services

  • Kelsey Virtual Visits for Medical Services

  • Staying Active | FBISD LiveWell

  • Employee Paychecks/Payroll

  • Leave of Absences

  • Back to School

  • Childcare Extended Learning Programs


  • This website includes information about our ongoing and daily efforts to keep our students and staff safe and healthy, and reminders for parents and guardians.


    The District takes the following measures to ensure a safe learning environment for all students and staff:
    • Routinely disinfect campuses with Virex II 256 cleaner which is effective against multiple disease-causing viruses and bacteria;
    • Monitor students for symptoms and refer students to the school nurse for assessment as appropriate;
    • School nurses exclude students from school attendance according to Department of State Heath Services Guidelines: and
    • Work with Fort Bend County Health and Human Services' Epidemiology Branch for any suspected case of a "Reportable Condition."


    Parents and guardians can help to keep their child, our schools, and community healthy by:

    • Observing their child for signs of infection which may include coughing, colds, fever, itching on the skin and scalp and unusual rashes.
    • Keeping sick students at home and seeking medical attention for severe illness.
    • Reinforcing the importance of good hand hygiene.
    • Adopting healthy practices, such as disposing of used tissues, coughing into a sleeve rather than into a hand, and not touching one’s eyes, nose, and mouth
    • Keeping children home until free of fever for 24 hours (without the aid of fever reducing medication)
    • Keeping children home until diarrhea free for 24 hours (without the aid of anti-diarrheal medication)
    • Receiving the flu vaccine

    Tips to minimize spreading infection:

    • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, or mouth. Germs spread this way.
    • Cover coughs and sneezes. Use a tissue to cover coughs and sneezes, then dispose of the tissue. When a tissue is not available, cough or sneeze into your elbow.
    • Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces at home, especially when someone is ill.
    • Wash hands for 20 seconds. Washing hands often under clean, running water can help prevent the spread of germs. For more guidance see the CDC: When and How to Wash Your Hands.
    • If you cannot wash your hands, use alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60-95% alcohol.




  • FBISD LiveWell App: Everything you need in one place! Now available on your smartphone. Access your Resources 24/7.

    FBISD LiveWell App gives staff better access. Available on the Apple AppStore and Google Play.