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Carrizo Springs CISD Announces

No Classes
October 4, 2019

The Carrizo Springs CISD announces that there will be NO Classes on Friday, October 4, 2019 due to Staff Development.

Parents are reminded that regular classes will resume Monday, October 7, 2019.
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Senior Portrait Retake

If you want to retake your senior portraits, please fill out the form below. Please remember, there is no guarantee that you will be able to do retakes on Tuesday, September 24. THE LAST DAY TO REQUEST RETAKES FOR SEPTEMBER 24 IS WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18. If you are not scheduled for Tuesday, September 24, you may sign up for retakes on Tuesday, November 12. If you have any questions, see Ms. Tobias after school or during her conference period (2nd period, 8:55-9:41). Thank you!
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Carrizo Springs CISD Dress Code

The CSCSID Board of Trustees, by Board action modified the student dress code. Students will be able to use any solid color polo shirt or a Wildcat t-shirt. Additionally, students will be allowed to use Blue Jeans, but the jeans may not have any holes, shredded, frayed or ripped. The Board of Trustees will revisit the student dress code in January to monitor the students’ adherence to the new guidelines.
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CSCISD Staff Earns $250,000 in Student Performance Pay

For the second year in a row Carrizo Springs CISD has earned a Texas state “B” rating on the A-F Accountability Rating System. Because the staff has shown a tremendous amount of commitment in helping our district achieve a “B” rating, the school district will be distributing checks to all the employees according to the guidelines set by teachers on the Performance Pay initiative. This year three out of four campuses have received a “B” rating. That is up from last year when only one campus received a “B”. School board members and Superintendent Alberto Gonzales Ed.D. would like to thank all employees for a fantastic job and dedication to our students. Dr. Gonzales stated, “This marks two years that the district has distributed $250,000 for a total of ½ million dollars based on performance pay”. “We continue to look forward to a new and even more successful year and challenge all the campuses to be rated an “A” for the 2019-2020 school year”.
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