Carrizo Springs

Consolidated Independent School District

Carrizo Springs Weather

Welcome to Carrizo Springs CISD

  • Lois Is Awarded the UIL TILF Academic Scholarship

     

    Lois

    Congratulations to Lois who has received the UIL TILF (Texas Interscholastic League Foundation) Scholarship.  Thousands of senior UIL competitors across the state apply for this very prestigious scholarship.  Lois is the 2017 Salutatorian of her graduating class.  “Lois was definitely an integral part of our UIL academic program.  She certainly deserves this honor,” said Ruben Escamilla, UIL Director.  During her time in the UIL program, Lois was involved in Poetry Interpretation, CX Debate, Extemporaneous Speaking, and Math.  She received many awards and accolades:  She was CX District Debate Champion twice and was Top Speaker in 2016.  She was Poetry District Champion three times and advanced to regionals all four of her high school years in several events.  She competed at the state level in Poetry Interpretation and ended up 4th in the state of Texas.  “Lois certainly exemplifies what is best about the UIL program and has obviously brought honor and pride to her school and community,” said a UIL spokesman.


    2017 Dimmit County Homecoming
    Business Decorating Contest
    Theme:  Wildcats Forever!  (Purple and Gold)
    Judging on Wednesday, November 1, 2017 (before lunch)

     

    The homecoming events will include a local business decorating contest. The following categories will be awarded: 

    Most Traditional

    Most Wildcat Spirit

    Most Decorative

    Most Creative

    Purple and Gold Award

    All winners will receive a trophy, newspaper announcement and “bragging rights”, but best of all the recognition of supporting our Fighting Wildcats and community.  The local businesses are asked to help support our Wildcats by participating in the decorating contest.  Please contact Mrs. Michele Howard at 830-876-3503 Ext. 1401 or 1402 if your place of business plans to participate.  Judging will take place on Wednesday, November 1st.


     

     Texas Association of Secondary Principals

    Texas Governor Greg Abbott has proclaimed October 2017 as “Principals Month” in Texas. Across the nation, states are taking time to thank a principal for their dedication to student success and school safety.

    Principals lead with one question to be answered at every decision-point: What is best for the students at my school? Research shows that the principal has the greatest effect on student success, school climate, and teacher satisfaction. Leading with conviction to the TASSP Motto, “Above All, Students First”, requires the principal to invest heart and mind in achieving outstanding results for students and adults.

    Join us during the month of October in recognizing the positive contributions your secondary and elementary school leaders have made on student achievement in Texas. Take time to send a note of gratitude to the principal at your child’s school and perhaps to the principal who had the greatest impact on your life. Principals cannot do the work alone. Community support and engagement are critical needs in today’s schools. Connect with principals so that together, we can build highly-effective schools for our Texas children.

    A copy of the Texas Governor’s “Principal Month” Proclamation is linked here for your use.

    Thank you for your support of principals and for your participation in this month of recognition.

    Best wishes, 
    Archie E. McAfee, Executive Director 
    Texas Association of Secondary School Principals


    NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

    To Discuss

    CARRIZO SPRINGS CISD’s

    Accelerated Instruction Program for

    STAAR End of Course (EOC)

     

    Carrizo Springs CISD will hold a public hearing

    On Tuesday, October 17, 2017 at 6:00 p.m.

    at the CSCISD Board Room

    805 W. Nopal

    Carrizo Springs, Texas

     

    The purpose of this meeting is to discuss Carrizo Springs CISD’s results for Accelerated Instruction Program for STAAR End of Course (EOC) for school year 2016-2017.

     


    Notice of Adopted 2017 Tax Rate


    Carrizo Springs CISD ADOPTED A TAX RATE THAT WILL
    RAISE MORE TAXES FOR MAINTENANCE AND
    OPERATIONS THAN LAST YEAR'S TAX RATE.

     

Mission Statement

  • CSCISD will provide every child superior quality education in a safe environment to inspire students to reach their goals.

Google for Education

CLOSE