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Carrizo Springs Consolidated Independent School District Bond Election

Pct. No. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, & 7

 

Date of Election May 9, 2015

 

 PROPOSITION:           “THE ISSUANCE OF NOT TO EXCEED $24,230,000 OF CARRIZO SPRINGS CONSOLIDATED INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT SCHOOL BUILDING BONDS FOR THE PURPOSES OF DESIGNING, CONSTRUCTING, RENOVATING, ACQUIRING, AND EQUIPPING SCHOOL FACILITIES and the purchase of new school buses, AND THE LEVYING OF A TAX IN PAYMENT THEREOF.”

  

PROPOSICION:                     “LA EMISIÓN INFERIOR A LOS $24,230,000 EN BONOS DEL DISTRITO ESCOLAR INDEPENDIENTE CONSOLIDADO DE CARRIZO SPRINGS PARA LA CONSTRUCCIÓN DE ESCUELAS CON EL FIN DE DISEÑAR, CONSTRUIR, RENOVAR, ADQUIRIR, Y EQUIPAR INSTALACIONES ESCOLARES y comprar nuevos autobuses escolares, Y LA IMPOSICIÓN DE UN IMPUESTO PARA PAGAR LOS MISMOS”.

 

 For (A Favor)                                  312  Votes

  

Against (En Contra)                       437  Votes

 

 Total number of voters who voted as indicated by poll list

(Numero total de votantes que votaron segun la lista de votantes)                   749 Voters


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 The Carrizo Springs CISD announces the Easter Holidays for staff and students are Friday, April 3 and Monday, April 6.   Classes will resume on Tuesday, April 7th; please make sure to send your child to school on Tuesday.

 From CSCISD Board of Trustees, Superintendent and staff wish you and your family a safe and Happy Easter.

Carrizo Springs 2014

 

 


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Community and Student Engagement Report:
The 2013 Legislature passed House Bill 5 which in addition to reducing the number of standardized tests students must take also required school districts to evaluate themselves on Community and Student Engagement. This allows districts to showcase areas of excellence and success outside the limited scope of standardized test scores. The nine factors evaluated include fine arts, wellness and physical education, community and parental involvement, 21st century workforce development program, second language acquisition program, digital learning environment, dropout prevention strategies, educational programs for GT students and compliance with statutory reporting and policy requirements. To view the results of this self-assessment, Please see required postings.

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