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  • CHS Powerlifting Qualifies for Regional Championships

    Congratulations to the CHS Powerlifting Team on qualifying for Regional Championships to be held Thursday, March 2nd at Longview Pinetree.

    Girls Powerlifting Regional Qualifiers
    Sr- Vanessa Guido: 870 qualifying total
    Fr- Lori Gutierrez: 610 qualifying total
    Soph- Kay'Triana Miller: 585 qualifying total
    Soph- Kyra Miller: 530 qualifying total
    Sr- Nancy Rivera: 605 qualifying total
    Sr- Anna Stearman: 550 qualifying total
    Sr- Atenea Santuario: 655 qualifying total
    Sr- E'Quayla Taylor: 635 qualifying total
    Sr- Manager: Cailyn Roberts

    Boys Powerlifting Regional Qualifiers
    Jason Botkin- (alternate for 114’s)
    Jose Esquivel- 123
    Deandre Brown-132
    Caleb Johnson-220
    Melvin Martin-220
    Seth White-242
    Deaunte Thomas-275
    Larry Davis-SHW
    Deonte Martin-SHW

    CHS Powerlifting

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  • Collins Ag Mech Wins Big in San Antonio

    Congratulations to the CMS Ag Mech team that won First In Class, Grand Champion SHOWMANSHIP, 6 Gold Buckles (one for each team member) and nearly $5,000 in prizes at this San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo for their calf cooler.

    CMS Ag Mech

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  • CHS Tiger Band: Solo & Ensemble Advance to State

    Congratulations to the CHS Tiger Band!  Thirty students will advance to the state contest in May: Ruth Arcos, Savannah Avery, Mariell Chavez, Dylan Day, Peyton Duncan, Daylon Caldwell, Ethan Fread, Seth Fuqua, Pilar Garcia, Fabian Herrera, Lacey Herrin, Brian Johnson, Jack Johnson, David Madison, Dustin McCarter, Jose Miranda, Brianda Morales, Jatziry Morales, Michelle Morales, John Noble, Michael Reed, Dylan Richardson, Victoria Rico, Elizabeth Saldivar, Korbin Smith, David Teran, Jacob Vincent, and Abel Velasco

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  • CHS One-Act Play Advances to Bi-district

    Congratulations to the Corsicana High School Theater for placing 1st in district with “The Scottish Tragedy!”  For the 4th consecutive year, they will advance to bi-district.  In addition, Mya Henderson received the All-Star Crew Award, Olquidia Sanchez was Honorable Mention All-Star Cast, and Zaida Avila and Marcus Speed were All-Star Cast.

    One Act 2017


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  • Calicos Bring Home Awards from Houston Regional Championship

    The team received Judges Awards in all four team routines (Pom, Jazz, Hip Hop and Contemporary), Best Overall Silver and 2nd place Overall.  The Calicos were voted “Best Sportsmanship” for the entire competition. Dance Officers received Judges Awards in Officer Jazz, Hip Hop and Contemporary, Best Overall Bronze and 2nd place Overall. Seniors won 1st Place Medium Ensemble. Social Officers received a Division 1 Rating and Judges Award. Bernadette Arietia and Halle Braswell were solo finalists.  McKenzie Prickett and Jayla Johnson received 1st Runner Up Duet. Tylenthia Ellison and LaQuasha Ellison received 1st Place Duet. Andrea Garcia, Selena Falcon and Michelle Escobar received 1st Place Small Ensemble. 

    Calicos Houston 2017

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  • CHS FFA and Ag Mech at San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo

    FFA traveled to the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo last week. Jacob Farmer for made sale with his 4th place Charolaise steer. In order to make sale you must place in the top 5 in your class in class sizes of 70 or more steers. The following students represented Corsicana FFA well: Lacey Herrin exhibited an American Breed Cross Steer, Isabel Robinson exhibited a Hereford steer, Marquis Estrada exhibited a Black Cross steer, Chasyn Andrews exhibited an All Other Cross steer, and Ally Aldama exhibited an All Other Cross steer

    Corsicana FFA Ag Mechanics also brought home honors.  Russell Helms placed 2nd in the 10-foot trailer class.  With over 600 projects across 6 divisions, Grace Updegrove and Dylan White won their division which included a $12,000 college scholarship and thousands of dollars in tools and equipment.

    2017 San Antonio FFA

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  • CHS Choir Advances to State Solo/Ensemble Competition

    Feb. 28, the Corsicana High School Choir Department competed in the annual Solo/Ensemble Contest at University High School. 

    Chloe Curlee-Young, Nikitta Stuckey, Brianna Triplett, Kayleigh Avants and Ethan Fread all performed solos and received the highest possible score. Two ensembles performed and received the highest possible score: Tenor/Bass Ensemble comprised of Ethan Fread, Fabian Herrera, Michael Reed and Abel Velasco Lizarraga; and a Mixed "Madrigal" Ensemble comprised of Kayleigh Avants, Andres Guzman, James McKissack and Brianna Triplett. 

    All will advance to the state level Solo/Ensemble competition later this year. 

    CHS Choir

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  • Monday, Feb. 27, 2017

    Safety Drills This Week

    The Corsicana ISD Police Department is conducting unannounced lockdown drills this week on all campuses. The safety exercise WILL be announced as a “DRILL.”  If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the CISD Communications Office 903-602-8146, or 903-602-8167.  All city/county emergency offices have been notified and will be contacted at the beginning and end of each drill.

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  • Caleb Johnson Signs with UMHB

    Congratulations to CHS Senior Caleb Johnson who signed to play football at the University of Mary Hardin-Bayloron February 22.

    Johnson Signs with UMHB

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  • Shaner to Lead Business Services for Corsicana ISD

    Shaner The Corsicana Independent School District Board of Trustees has approved Marti Shaner as
    the new Assistant Superintendent of Business Services for CISD on Monday night. Shaner has been serving CISD for the past nine years, most recently she has been the Assistant Superintendent of Learner Supports. She brings 38 years of public education experience to her
    new role. 

    As the Assistant Superintendent of Business Services, Shaner’s new role includes the management of a $42 million public school budget.

    “As a good educator, you never stop learning,” said Shaner. “I have had many experiences throughout my career in public education working at all levels within a school system. Each experience has prepared me for growth and leadership. This is a new challenge that I look forward to. I will bring a new dimension of fiscal responsibility including the communication necessary for understanding at all levels within the District.”

    Click here for the full press release.

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  • Spring Break

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