CSHS Return to School Procedures
***NOTE: In the video, you will see desks positioned along the wall in the cafeteria. During student meal times, desks will NOT be facing the wall.
Carrizo Springs Intermediate
CSCISD Back-to-School Safety Plan for Parents and Staff
We want to make you aware of our health and safety protocols for Carrizo Springs CISD campuses. Please take time to review the Safety Plans in attachments below. The safety and well-being of our CSCISD students, parents and staff are of the utmost importance.
BOARD MEMBER CASTANEDA RECOGNIZED FOR HIS YEARS OF SERVICE TO CARRIZO SPRINGS CISD
Carrizo Springs CISD board of trustee Mr. Alfredo Castaneda was recognized for his 21 years of service as a board member for the district. At the regular meeting of the CSCISD board of trustees held on Tuesday, October 20, Mr. Rodney Perez – Board President, Dr. Jose A. Cervantes superintendent of schools and fellow board members each shared kind words and thoughts on Castaneda’s numerous contributions to the district. A plaque presented in his honor was read by President Perez for those in attendance both remotely and in person. CSCISD wishes Mr. Castaneda continued good health and a debt of gratitude in meeting the needs of the many students and staff during his years as a board member.
Thursday, October 15, 2020
DATES SET FOR CARRIZO SPRINGS CISD STUDENT RETURN TO CAMPUS
As approved by the Texas Education Agency, Carrizo Springs CISD campuses would like to announce the following return dates for those students and parents who chose to return for in person instruction. However, parents who have selected remote learning for their students will continue to receive instruction from their respective campus.
Monday, October 19 – students in grades Pre- Kinder and kindergarten may return for in person instruction at Carrizo Springs Elementary.
Monday, October 26 – students in grades 1, 2, 3 may return for in person instruction at Carrizo Springs Elementary and those in grades 4 and 5 at Carrizo Springs Intermediate.
Monday, November 2 – students in grades 6 may return for in person instruction at Carrizo Springs Intermediate and those in grades 7 and 8 at Carrizo Springs Junior High.
Monday – November 9 – students in grade 9, 10, 11, and 12 may return for in person instruction at Carrizo Springs High School.
How Is Your Child Counted For Attendance Daily?
Carrizo Springs CISD has started the 2020-2021 school year with all students learning remotely. The district is utilizing Asynchronous Instruction which involves more self-guided student instruction.
If the students are engaged for the day, they would be marked as Present-RA (Remote Asynchronous)
To be marked present under an Asynchronous Plan of Instruction your student(s) must be engaged daily in one of three ways:
- Daily progress in the Learning Management System (LMS) which is SeeSaw for grades PK-2 and Google Classroom for grades 3-12:
- Daily progress via teacher-student interactions (two-way feedback) via phone, email, or LMS
- Completion and submission of daily assignments from student to teacher (potentially via email, online, or mail) by 11:59pm of each school day
CSCISD encourages daily attendance for all students. Parents can contact their child’s school for more information, or call the Curriculum & Instruction Office at 830-876-3503 X1501.
Please here to view Plan English
Please here to view Plan Spanish
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM CSE Spook-tacular Drive Thru Parade COVID Edition
2:30 PM - 5:30 PM CSJH ELAR Event
Dr. Jose A. Cervantes – superintendent of schools would like to inform the CSCISD community that Mr. Michael Uriegas – Director of Human Resources will be taking on a new position for the district. Effective Tuesday, September 8, 2020 Uriegas will serve at Communications Director and COVID -19 Response Coordinator as approved by the CSCISD Board of Trustees at the August 18 meeting.
On Thursday, September 3, the Carrizo Springs CISD maintenance staff were supplied with a pair of either work boots or shoes by Hell Cat Safety Shoe Company. This service has been provided for several years in an effort to promote
Carrizo Springs CISD Superintendent, Dr. Jose A. Cervantes along with campus principals Michelle Gonzalez – CSHS, Monique Gonzalez – CSJH, Mario Ruiz – CSI, Elisa Martinez – CSE, Evelyn Castro – district and county liaison, and Veronica Diaz – CSCISD Truancy Officer give much thanks to Dimmit County Justice of the Peace for Precinct 1 Honorable Sonia Guerrero-Perez and Justice of the Peace for Precinct 2 Honorable Alberto Esquivel for their generous donations of school supplies for the students of CSCISD.
Notice of Public Hearing
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
CARRIZO SPRINGS CONSOLIDATED INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
SCHOOL FIRST (Financial Integrity Rating System of Texas) RATING:
Carrizo Springs CISD will hold a public meeting
Tuesday, September 15, 2020 at 6:00 p.m.
CSCISD Board Room
805 W. Houston
Carrizo Springs, TX 78834
The purpose of this meeting is to discuss Carrizo Springs CISD’s rating on the
Financial Integrity Rating System of Texas (FIRST) for school year 2019-2020. Due to health concerns, public participation will be limited to videoconference format using Zoom. A link to the meeting and instructions on public input may be found on the CSCISD website, www.cscisd.net.
CSCISD has been informed that a Junior Varsity Football athlete received a positive test result for COVID-19. This athlete was at practice on Tuesday, August 25, 2020. Per standard procedure, we contacted the Dimmit County Health Department and they are aware of this information. Out of an abundance of caution for all student athletes and coaches involved, Carrizo Springs CISD has determined that the best course of action at this time is to temporarily close all Football activities for 24 hours. We will also conduct a thorough investigation to ensure no other student athlete or coaches have been in close contact with the student athlete.
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.