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Welcome to Bulldog Fine Arts

  • The Royse City ISD Fine Arts Department is committed to providing outstanding educational experiences and performance opportunities for the students of Royse City ISD. Our goal is to deliver a diverse, well-balanced curriculum to our students for the purpose of promoting a strong work ethic, creativity, higher-level thinking, healthy social skills, and a lifelong love of the visual and performing arts.

    Fine arts education in Royse City ISD begins in Kindergarten and continues throughout our students’ elementary and secondary educational career. It is our desire that any student wishing to participate in a collegiate fine arts curriculum develop the ability and skills necessary to accomplish that task. Our faculty members are all degreed, certified, specialists within their individual fields and we have a wide array of performance organizations in which students may participate to further enrich their academic career. Please take a moment to explore our site to learn of upcoming events and shows!

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Director of Fine Arts

 Doug Fulwood

Phone: 972-636-9991 Ext: 2523

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Doug Fulwood

Mr. Fulwood is currently the Director of Bands and Director of Fine Arts for Royse City ISD in Royse City, TX. He has completed 20 years in public school fine arts education. In addition to Royse City, he has worked with programs in Devine, Boyd, Decatur, and Bastrop. Mr. Fulwood’s instrumental ensembles have been consistent UIL Sweepstakes winners, as well as finalists in the Association of Texas Small School Band’s Outstanding Performance Series and the TMEA State Honor band competitions.

Mr. Fulwood is an active clinician, consultant, and adjudicator throughout the state of Texas. His clinic entitled “Flipping a Band: From Director to Superintendent to School Board” was presented at the 2017 Texas Music Educators Association convention in San Antonio. His collaborative article co-written with Dr. Brian Zator entitled “Program Transformation: Navigating Complex Change to Rebuild a Music Program” also appeared in the September 2017 issue of the “Southwestern Musician” magazine. Mr. Fulwood holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Music Education from Tarleton State University and a Master’s Degree in Educational Administration from Lamar University. 

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