Carrizo Springs CISD

Dedicated to excellence in education

  • Carrizo Springs CISD Friday Football Stadium Rules

     Attention Wildcat Football Fans: Thank you all for your continued support of the student athletes of Carrizo Springs CISD.  As an added measure of safety, please note that the Ticket Booth gates to Frank Carter Stadium will remain locked until 6 pm for all Wildcat Varsity Football home games.  Fans will not be able to enter the stadium until the gates are unlocked at 6 pm.

     Reminder of Frank Carter Stadium Rules:  

     All students in 6th grade and below must be accompanied by a parent or adult to enter the stadium.  Principals from CS Elementary and CS Intermediate will be on duty at the front gates to ensure this is done. 

     

    • Students in 6th grade and below must sit in the stands with a parent or guardian and be supervised at all times during the event.  Students in grades 7th - 12th may sit in the stands without an adult. 

     

    • No one will be allowed to play or visit under the bleachers or within the stadium and concession stand areas.  Students and parents are reminded that all football games are school sponsored events and that the CSCISD Student Code of Conduct will be applied.

     

    • Wear your Wildcat Spirit Gear and come on out and support the ‘Cats!

    • No outside drinks or food willl be allowed in the stadium.

     We appreciate the community’s cooperation as we work to ensure the safety of everyone coming out to support our Fighting Wildcats.

     CSCISD Administration and Police Department

     

     

  • Dear Carrizo Springs CISD Family,

    I would like to thank the parents, teachers and staff for reaching out to us regarding the Board of Trustee’s decision to mandate the use of masks by students, staff and all in-door extra-curricular activities.   

    We have a diverse district with passionate parents. Although it’s rare that we may seem that we are divided at times, I know that we advocate for our students.  We all share the same passion and desire to make the best decisions for our students. We all want to protect both the safety of students and the rights of families to make health and education decisions that work with the varied array of individual and collective needs in our community. 

    As much as I believe that vaccinations plus masks are the only two ways out of this pandemic, it is impossible to ignore the reality we are facing with the Delta Variant of COVID.  By most measures, we’re in a worse situation now than we were at the start of last school year.  By other measures, such as the number of available hospital beds and the number of children affected by the disease, we are in a worse situation now than at any other time during the pandemic, including the winter 2020 spike.

    As we continue to refine and adjust our safety protocols, we will do everything we can to make decisions that are the most protective of children, while having the least possible restrictive or disruptive effects.   

    We have fewer options to offer you than we had last year, but we will get through this.  I am still hopeful that the obstacles at the start of this school year will only last a matter of weeks rather than months.  We will take it day by day and I will keep you abreast on any and all updates.

    Respectfully yours,

    Dr. Jose A. Cervantes

    Superintendent of Schools

     

     

  • CARRIZO SPRINGS CISD PUBLIC NOTICE FOR ESSER III AND II:

    "Carrizo Springs CISD intends to apply for the ESSER II Grant with an allocation of $3,974,714 and the ESSER III Grant for the first round of the district's allocation of $5,951,095. The funds will be used according to allowable uses of funds to include: 1. Address learning loss of students during school closures, 2. Prepare schools for reopening, 3. Testing, repairing, and upgrading projects to improve indoor air quality and reduce risk of virus transmission, and 4. allowable costs under ESEA, IDEA, AEFLA, and Carl Perkins CTE. Public input into the district's grant application is requested and can be submitted by completing the district ESSER III survey on  the following links:

    Click here to English link

    Click here to spanish link

    For questions, please call Sandra C. Uriegas at 830-876-3503 extension 1202.


     

  • Public Comment on Carrizo Springs CISD on ESSA 

    Carrizo Springs CISD wishes to announce the District's intent to apply for federal funds appropriated to the State of Texas for public education purposes under the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). The District requests public comment to the application and tentative plans for use of funds.

    Interested parties may file a comment online by completing this form. If you prefer to file your comment on paper, mail your comment to Carrizo Springs CISD, Attention: Sandra C. Uriegas, CSCISD Federal Programs Director, 300 N. 7th St., Carrizo Springs, Texas 78834. Alternately, you may also deliver your comment to Mrs. Sandra C. Uriegas, CSCISD Federal Programs Director, or call (830) 876-3503 ext 1202 to speak with her. Written comments must be received before June 14, 2021. The district will consider all comments received by this deadline.

    Link to ESSA public comment

    Link to Federal Grants Entitlements Preliminary Planning Amounts and Proposed Uses


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District Goals

  • Vision Statement - “Inspiring lifelong learners.”

    Mission Statement - “Provide every child a quality education in a safe environment.”

    Belief StatementThe CSCISD community believe that all children are unique and can learn through positive reinforcement.”

     

    District Goals

    • Goal 1 CSCISD by 2022 will have all campuses rated as a B on state accountability.
    • Goal 2 CSCISD by 2022 will leverage financial resources to close the performance gaps by achieving a scale score of 80 on Domain 3 in State Accountability
    • GOAL 3 - CSCISD by 2022, will develop and implement a systematic Social Emotional Learning (SEL) process to contribute to student academic and personal success through a framework based on the 5 CASEL competencies.

Our Mission

  • The Carrizo Springs Consolidate Independent School District (CSCISD) is a school district headquartered in Carrizo Springs, Texas.  CSCISD serves all of Dimmit County, including the cities of Asherton, Big Wells, and Carrizo Springs.  The district also serves several unincorporated areas, including Brundage, Carrizo Hill, and Catarina.  The district serves an enrollment of approximately 2,450 students.  

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