Whole Child Health Initiative

    Whole Child Health, aligned with the FBISD’s Profile of a Graduate, is committed to supporting and developing the mental, behavioral, social, emotional, and physical health of all students in FBISD.  Students are best equipped and inspired to pursue futures beyond what they can imagine when these needs and skills are met and developed. The purpose of the Whole Child Health campaign is to increase awareness of FBISD’s diverse and robust health services and supports and to decrease the stigma around mental health. Our commitment to Whole Child Health includes making sure that each student is healthy, safe, engaged, supported, and challenged.

Whole Child Health Resources

  • Parents Resources (Mental/Emotional, Social, Behavioral and Physical Health)
  • Students Resources (Mental/Emotional, Social, Behavioral and Physical Health)
  • FBISD Employees Resources (Mental/Emotional, Social, Behavioral and Physical Health)
  • Parent Webinars


  • The District’s confidential helpline to share mental health concerns such as depression or suicidal thoughts. It includes both talking and texting features. Students, parents, and staff can text the word SPEAK to 741741 or call 281-240-8255 (TALK) to connect with a crisis counselor.  Both services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.