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    Topic: Information Meeting - Identification & Assessment of GT Students

    Time: Dec 3, 2020 05:30 PM Central Time (US and Canada)


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    Meeting ID: 825 0619 3565

    Passcode: 316286

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  • Corsicana ISD featured in Texas Business School Magazine for The Penguin Project

     Twelve Texas school districts recognized for ground-breaking programs

    AUSTIN, TEXAS (Dec. 2, 2020) —Twelve Texas school districts have been recognized for their outstanding programs with the release of Texas School Business magazine’s 14th Annual Bragging Rights 2020-21 special issue. Bragging Rights, which calls for nominations and is published every December, recognizes school districts that have implemented programs that are bettering the lives of Texas’ students, schools and communities. 

    This year’s 12 honored districts and their brag-worthy programs include:

    • Aldeo ISD, Employee Crisis Fund
    • Bryan ISD, Odyssey Academy
    • Corsicana ISD, Penguin Project
    • Goose Creek CISD, Here, We Grow Giants
    • Gruver ISD, Farm Scholarship
    • Levelland ISD, Therapy Dog Program
    • Liberty Hill ISD, All Girls Considered
    • Palacios ISD, In-House Special Education
    • Pine Tree ISD, Day of the Dead Program
    • Throckmorton Collegiate ISD, P-20 Model
    • United ISD, Suicide Prevention Program
    • Vidor ISD, Behavioral Health Program

    “School districts across Texas sent in their nominations this year, and each one deserves to be noticed,” says Texas School Business Editorial Director Dacia Rivers. “It’s our hope that the 12 districts we chose inspire others to follow in their footsteps. The mission of Texas School Business is to share the good news happening in Texas public schools, and there’s never a shortage of news-worthy school programs for us to cover.”

    For 46 years, Texas School Business has served as the news magazine for public education in Texas. Since 2014, it has been produced by the Texas Association of School Administrators (www.tasanet.org). To read the 14th Annual Bragging Rights issue online, visit www.texasschoolbusiness.com.

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  • Mrs. Nabors

    Our hearts are broken with the tragic news of the passing of our beloved teacher, co-worker, teammate and friend – Mrs. Denise Goodrich Nabors.

    Mrs. Denise Goodrich Nabors joined our CISD family in 2000 and was a valuable member of our Corsicana Middle School team working as a teacher and interventionist. Throughout her career at Carroll Elementary and Corsicana Middle School she was recognized numerous times including the 2012 Golden Apple Award for the best secondary teacher in the District. 

    “Mrs. Nabors was always working behind the scenes to support students. She developed influential relationships with her intervention students and took great pride in their success. She was also responsible for coordinating travel for hundreds of CMS students to New York and Washington DC. She will be greatly missed,” said JP Johnson, principal at Corsicana Middle School.

     “She is loved by students and staff and built many wonderful relationships during her 29 years of teaching. This news is difficult for all of us, especially the ones who have come to know and love her. Our deepest sympathy is with her family during this time,” said Dr. Diane Frost, superintendent CISD. 

    Additional staff and counselors have been assigned to CMS for support.

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  • CISD Virtual Instruction Update

    Every student needs to be engaged in lessons and attend school each day to be a successful learner. CISD’s virtual learning options provide many families an opportunity for children to learn remotely. While there are some virtual students who have been successful, a significant number of students are not performing to our academic standards.

    CISD is committed to providing every student the greatest opportunity to learn. Therefore, virtual learning options will continue for students who have demonstrated success, or who have a medical exemption from the campus environment.

    Online students who are failing one or more classes and/or have three or more unexcused absences will be required to return to campus. Campus leaders are reaching out to parents with information about their child’s return-to-school plan. There are many reasons that contribute to student achievement. We believe that our face-to-face instruction is the best option to help our at-risk students be successful.

    More information will be coming from your campus. Additional information regarding this recent Virtual Instruction Update can be found here.


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  • Virtual learning

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  • CISD Families are eligible to check out a mobile internet hotspot if they do not have internet available for their student(s) at home. Due to each hotspot being able to connect up to 10 devices, mobile hotspots are limited to one per family. To reserve a mobile hotspot, please complete the form below and allow 24 hours for processing. You will be contacted when the mobile hotspot is ready for pickup. If you have more than one student enrolled in CISD, please fill out this form using the oldest student's information.

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  • Students attending virtual learning can pick-up FREE breakfast and lunch from any campus each day on Monday-Friday. Meals will be distributed from 9AM-11AM every week day. The student need not be present for pick-up but their name or lunch number will be required.

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  • calendar

    Please click here for a printable version of the 2020-2021 school year calendar.

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  • Help Desk

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  • The 2020-2021 CISD School Opening Framework has been posted for review. The plan is designed to provide SAFETY guidance and outline instructional delivery options as we prepare to open our schools. As the coronavirus pandemic continues to evolve please note that information in this framework is subject to change as directives are provided by governing agencies at the local, state and federal levels. For more information and resources, Click here to read more or email info@cisd.org.


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  • FAQs

     FAQ for 2020-2021 School Year and COVID-19

    Click here for more frequently asked questions.


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  • Quick Tip

    Provide information quickly and anonymously through the online Corsicana ISD Quick Tip link.

    Tips may be related to school safety, personal safety, bullying, vandalism, fighting, etc.

    Tip providers may leave contact information if desired, or they may be submitted anonymously.

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