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Wildcat
Consolidated Independent School District
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“At a special meeting of the Carrizo Springs Consolidated Independent School District Board of Trustees held on October 6, 2014, Mr. Jesse Salazar was named by the Board as the lone finalist for the District Superintendent position. Mr. Salazar has served as the District’s acting superintendent since June 30, 2014.”




2014 Dimmit County Homecoming Parade
“Home of the Fighting Wildcats”
Saturday, November 8th

Hello Wildcat Fans!  The 2014 Dimmit County Homecoming Parade is scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 8th.  Mark your calendars for an exciting weekend beginning with the homecoming bonfire, Friday night’s game with Poteet, Saturday’s parade and homecoming reunions!

As the host of the homecoming parade, CSCISD wants to provide fun and memorable events for the community.  Entry forms will be provided during the month of October via the local newspapers and the school district website. (Look for 2014 homecoming link).  You may also contact Ms. Sofia Morones at 830.876.3503 (ext. 1111 or 1104), cell # 830.876.8825 or via email at smorones@cscisd.net .  Entry forms will also be available at the CSCISD Supt. Office at 830.876.2473.  We encourage different types of parade entries including clowns, floats, tractors, golf carts, wagons, horses, motorcycles, etc.

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Homecoming Business Contest............Click here to read more

Entry Form.......................................Click here to download form


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“Kids are first at CSCISD

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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