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Stafford Municipal School District administrative building
Stafford schools are located at the Stafford Municipal Complex in the southern part of the city off of Staffordshire Road at Constitution Avenue

Stafford Municipal School District is a school district based in Stafford, Texas, United States. The district covers all of the city of Stafford and is controlled by the city, the only school district in Texas not operated by an independent school board (Independent school district).

There are five buildings on the campus of Stafford Municipal School District. The Primary/Elementary School building house grades Pre-K through 4, the Intermediate School building houses grades 5 through 6, and the Middle/High School building houses grades 7 through 12. The administration building and athletic facilities are on the same campus as the two school buildings.

The Stafford MSD area is served by the Houston Community College System.

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History

In 1977, Stafford schools broke away from the Fort Bend Independent School District, which caused several rounds of federal litigation and by 1981 its was finally declared that the Stafford Municipal School District was constitutional. Almost all of Stafford was in FBISD, with a minuscule portion in the Houston Independent School District.[1] All of Stafford is now zoned to the Stafford Municipal School District, which is the only school district in all of Texas that is controlled by the city.

On December 11, 2009 at 8:20am during second period class a 17-year-old student named Emmanuel Lopez brought a screwdriver to school and stabbed another student, Aaron Escobedo, four times in the abdomen puncturing his lungs. This happened at Stafford High School in a back office next to the assistant principal's office after an argument about a girl. The Stafford police officers broke up the disagreement. The victim was rushed to Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center in Houston by Life Flight. The victim was in serious condition. Lopez is sentenced facing criminal charges as an adult in a Harris County adult court system for aggravated assault. The building was on lockdown for one hour during the attack. According to ABC ch 13 News, Fox 26 News, CBS ch 11 News and the school officials said that the two boys where fistfighting over the girl on Thursday December 10, 2009.[2]

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Schools

Stafford High School

Secondary schools

High schools

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  • Stafford High School (9-12)

Made up of:

  • Freshmen (9th graders)
  • Sophomores (10th graders)
  • Juniors (11th graders)
  • Seniors (12th graders)
Middle schools
  • Stafford Middle School (7-8)

Primary schools

  • Stafford Intermediate School (5-6) (Opened 2001[3])
  • Stafford Elementary School (2-4) (Opened 1993[4])
  • Stafford Primary School (PreK-1)

See also

References

  1. ^ "Comptroller Strayhorn to Review Stafford Municipal School District." Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts. Tuesday September 16, 2003. Retrieved on January 14, 2009.
  2. ^ Hewitt, Paige. "Police: One teen stabs another at Stafford HS." Houston Chronicle. December 11, 2009. Retrieved on December 11, 2009.
  3. ^ [1]
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