Returning Student Registration
2022-2023 Returning Student Registration
All students, including returning students, must complete the online registration process each year.
Please follow the steps below to register your child for the 2022-2023 school year.
CSCISD On Line Student Registration Closing Soon
As Carrizo Springs CISD prepares for the 2022-23 school year, the district reminds all parents and guardians to visit the Carrizo Springs CISD website to complete the on-line registration process.
Please refer to the following link for more information.
Dear District Leaders and Testing Coordinators,
Last year, the Texas Education Agency provided you with resources to better communicate to parents how to access and use STAAR results as a way to measure their child's learning progress. As the end of the school year approaches, we want to continue this tradition by providing you with updated resources to help parents access their child's STAAR results and year-over-year academic growth.
With this in mind, we updated the most frequently used templates to better help you communicate to parents and families about their child's STAAR results this year. This includes information about:
- how parents and families can access STAAR results through the TexasAssessment.gov family portal or through their district’s family portal; and
- how families can use their child’s STAAR results to enhance their academic learning.
You can access all of these resources by clicking the "Learn More" button below. We hope these tools are helpful to you as you develop your own communication plans and messages. Later this month, we will provide Spanish resources you can share with your parents on how they can access their child’s STAAR results.
Thank you for all you do for our students.
CSCISD BACKPACK UPDATE
For the school year, 2022-23, regular backpacks will be allowed.
CARRIZO SPRINGS CISD PUBLIC NOTICE FOR 2022-23 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 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.
Written comments must be received before June 13, 2022. The district will consider all comments received by this deadline.
For questions, please call Sandra C. Uriegas at 830-876-3503 extension 1202.
How to help the Uvalde community during this difficult time
First State Bank of Uvalde has set up an account for donations. If you would like to donate to the Robb School Memorial Fund, please call us at 830-278-6231 and ask for Roxanne Hernandez, Chance Neutze, or Cody Smith for any questions.
You can also drop off donations at any of our branch locations or mail them to: PO Box 1908, Uvalde TX 78802.
Make checks payable to Robb School Memorial Fund
Zelle account to digitally send donations. email@example.com
Dear Carrizo Springs CISD Family –
As we all continue to process and pray for our colleagues and families in Uvalde CISD, we assure you that our Carrizo Springs CISD community will support our parents and students during this difficult time.
Our Carrizo Springs CISD counselors are the very best at what they do for each of their school communities and they will be available the remainder of this week to help our students and staff members cope with their fears and feelings of uncertainty and understandable sadness.
Our district will be even more alert and focused on campus safety in the coming days. While we cannot share details of all the precautions and safety measures we have in place, we want to assure you that our law enforcement partners in the county and the individuals who constantly monitor situations that may pose a danger to our students and staff always remain hypersensitive to any potential threat.
We also ask that you partner with us to help keep our schools safe. Please remind your child to report anything suspicious to a campus police office or administrator or through www.stayalert.info or report @stayalert.info. Also, please remind your child that all threats, whether verbal or online, are treated seriously and carry consequences.
Our greatest protection against this type of threat is our commitment to each other.
Carrizo Springs CISD extends its deepest sympathies to the entire Uvalde community and especially those families who are dealing with incredible loss.
Carrizo Springs CISD Board of Trustees, Dr. Jose A. Cervantes – Superintendent of Schools and Carrizo Springs CISD Administration