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  • Reminder! Student Holiday on Monday, Feb. 18th.

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    Collins Intermediate School 6th Grade UIL District Academic Meet Results 2019

     

    6th Spelling: Coach- Anna Allen

    1st Place-Dayanara Sosa

     

    6th Maps, Graphs & Charts: Coach- Lesley Keltner

    2nd Place(tied)- Abigail Walthall

    5th Place-Bryson Nixon

     

    Ready Writing: Coach - Heather Douglas

    4th Place-Kayleigh Milnar

     

    Oral Reading - Coach April Shafer

    2nd Place-Dayanara Sosa

    6th Place Ellie Stewart

     

    Music Memory: Coach - Margaret Hoskins

    6th Place-Maria Johnson

     

    Chess Puzzle: Coach - Britta Welch

    4th Place (tied) Laynie Ware

    4th Place (tied) Benjamin Sholars

     

    Listening Skills: Coach - Martha Hartley

    2nd Place-Audrey Richter

    3rd Place-Kaeleigh Cook

    6th Place-Aryn Richter

     

    Mathematics: Coach - Martha Hartley

    2nd Place-Mariah Cardona

    6th-Place-Abigail Walthall

     

    Number Sense: Coach - Martha Hartley

    1st Place-Mariah Cardona

    3rd Place-Abigail Walthall

    4th Place-Laynie Ware

     

    Overall Highest Number of Points scored by CIS teams in the following events:

    Spelling

    Number Sense

    Listening Skills

     

    Tied for Overall Highest Number of Points scored by CIS teams in the following events:

    Mathematics

    Oral Reading

     

     

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    DECA Team Represents Corsicana High School

    The Corsicana High School Academic Decathlon Team competed February 8 & 9 in regionals at Mesquite HS. Lizbeth Hernandez earned a perfect score in Interview and won gold, she also placed 1st with the highest overall Scholastic Division score. John Tobias placed 3rd in Speech, and 1st place overall with the highest score in the Varsity Division. Emma Clift also won gold in the Honors Division with the highest overall score.

     

    Team Members include:

    Adriana Carrillo

    Emma Clift

    Mason Clop

    Elizabeth Fitzhugh

    Lizbeth Hernandez

    Nayeli Lara

    Mariah Lee

    Joshua Monroy

    Louis Sotelo (not pictured)

    John Tobias

    Brenda Zuniga

     

    Coach: Kathy Phillips

     

    The United States Academic Decathlon® is a ten-event scholastic competition for teams of high school students. Each high school enters a team of nine students. Each student competes in 10 events: Art, Science, Literature, Music, Essay, Social Science, Economics, Mathematics, Speech & Interview, and finally Super Quiz. This year’s theme was “1960’s: A Transformational Decade.”

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  • Code to the Future

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  • Calendar Options

    Calendar Options for Next Year

    Please take a moment to review the CISD Calendar Options for 2019-2020. Your input is important!

    https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/CISDCalendar20192020

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  • Collins Science Winners

    Collins Intermediate School Science Fair Winners

    Congratulations, to the following students for placing in the 2019 CIS Science Fair!  Sarah Beck and Sammie Lewis will advance to the regional science fair competition.

    6th Place          “Ready, Set, GROW!”                                                                  Paige Cates

    5th Place          “Sunflower Seed Germination”                                                     Emma Crow

    4th Place          “Washing Roses”                                                                         Audrey Richter

    3rd Place          “What insulator keeps ice frozen the longest”                                Audri Libal and Erin Richter

    2nd Place         “Germs Be Gone”                                                                        Sammie Kate Lewis

    1st Place          “Decreasing Carbon Dioxide Levels to Slow Global Warming”           Sarah Beck

    Teachers Jamie Lewis and Paula Carrico coordinate the CIS Science Fair. 

    Pictured:  Principal Scott Doring (front row) Sammie Lewis, Sarah Beck, Paige Cates, Emma Crow; (back row) Audri Libal, Erin Richter and Audrey Richter

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    Johnston places 6th in Regional Spanish Spelling Bee

    Amelia Johnston, 4th grader at Sam Houston Elementary, placed 6th at the Regional Spanish Spelling Bee in San Antonio on February 2nd.

    Ameila competed against 3rd through 5th grade students across the area. 

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  • Board of Trustees Meeting Schedule

    Click here to view the Board of Trustees Meeting Schedule for 2018-2019.

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  • Request for Proposal - GROUNDS MAINTENANCE

    https://www.cisd.org/cms/lib6/TX01917765/Centricity/Domain/22/RFP Grounds 2019 updated 1.29.2019.pdf

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  • Corsicana ISD Students Excel in UIL Academic Competition

    Jan. 28, 2019 - Corsicana ISD students in 4th and 5th grade competed in a regional UIL competition in Red Oak over the weekend. Corsicana students competed wuil logo ith other others from Red Oak, Waxahachie and Ennis ISD. The following Corsicana students placed in the competitions. Congratulations, to the Corsicana ISD teachers and students for a great meet.

    UIL 4th grade Spelling
    2nd place Hallie Bates- Bowie
    5th place Dyson Shook- Fannin
    6th place Aubrey Prater- Sam Houston

    UIL 4th grade Number Sense
    1st place tie Amelia Johnston- Sam Houston
    1st place tie Anagha Nair- Bowie
    3rd place Ja’Braylon Jones- Bowie
    4th place Aaralynn Yamamoto- Bowie

    UIL 4th grade Ready Writing
    5th place Lylah Putman- Bowie

    UIL 5th grade Ready Writing – Collins Intermediate
    3rd place Jaydin Jones
    4th place Daniel Torres
    5th place Olivia Heisserman

    UIL 5th grade Spelling – Collins Intermediate

    5th place Olivia Heisserman


    UIL 5th grade Maps, Graphs and Charts – Collins Intermediate
    2nd place Greg Estrada
    4th place Prez Rios

    UIL 5th grade Number Sense – Collins Intermediate
    1st place Eli Fitzhugh
    4th place Aaron Dixon
    5th place Bo Warren

    UIL 5th grade Listening Skills – Collins Intermediate
    1st place Tristan Herod
    3rd place Elle Hintz

    UIL 5th grade Oral Reading – Collins Intermediate

    2nd place Jaydin Jones
    3rd place Audrey Herrin
    5th place Abigail Berg
    6th place Daniel Torres

     

     

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    Board image Corsicana ISD School Board Named Top Five in Texas

    The Corsicana ISD Board of Trustees has been named as one of the top five statewide finalists in the H-E-B Excellence in Education Awards.

     “I would like to congratulate our Board for this tremendous honor,” said Corsicana ISD Superintendent Dr. Diane Frost. “These servant leaders tirelessly devote themselves to the welfare of our District. Through the Board’s guidance and leadership, CISD has created a student-focused culture so that students and staff continuously strive for excellence.”

    According to H-E-B, this honor is designed to recognize school boards that have demonstrated real leadership in the community based on three criteria:  academic/student progress within the district; identification of community needs and specific actions based on those needs; and new and creative methods for community engagement. To determine overall statewide winner, a panel of judges visit each district, tour campuses and visit with administration, staff, parents and community members.

    Corsicana ISD’s Board of Trustees includes:  Leah Blackard, Board President; Barbara Kelley, Vice President; Dr. Kent Rogers, Treasurer; Rev. Ed Monk, Cathy Branch, and Dr. Charlie Biltz.

    Winners will be announced at the H-E-B Excellence in Education Awards ceremony this May in Austin. If selected, the winning school board will receive up to $25,000.  The other School Board finalists include: Del Valle ISD, Socorro ISD, Grapevine-Colleyville ISD and McAllen ISD. H-E-B launched the Excellence in Education Awards program in cooperation with the Texas Association of School Administrators in 2002 as a positive way to support public education in Texas. It has become the largest monetary program for educators in the state, spotlighting best practices and celebrating the passion and creativity of Texas educators. This is the sixth year in which H-E-B is recognizing school boards to highlight the importance of strong leadership at the board level.

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  • Gifted and Talented Referral Window

    The Gifted and Talented Referral window is now open to recommend students to be evaluated for the program.  For more information, please click here.

    Click here for referral forms

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  • RFP for E-Rate Services 2019-2020

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    Corsicana ISD Earns State’s Highest Fiscal Accountability Rating

    Corsicana Independent School District received a rating of “Superior Achievement” under the Texas’ Schools FIRST financial accountability rating system.  The 2017-2018 ratings are based on annual financial reports provided to Texas Education Agency (TEA) by districts and charters from the 2016-2017 school year.

    Created by the 77th Texas Legislature in 2001, the financial accountability rating system – known as the School Financial Integrity Rating System of Texas (FIRST) – is designed to encourage public schools to better manage their financial resources in order to provide the maximum allocation possible for direct instructional purposes.

    The financial accountability system requires TEA to review the audited financial reports from all districts and charters. Based on the submitted information, one of four financial management ratings is assigned: Superior, Above Standard, Standard or Substandard. A designation of Suspended Data Quality or Undetermined can also be assigned when a district or charter fails to submit its annual financial report by the submission deadline and/or no financial data is available for review.

    The FIRST ratings are based on 20 established financial indicators, such as operating expenditures for instruction, tax collection rates, student-teacher ratios, and long-term debt.

    “I am proud that CISD’s financial accountability is continuously recognized by the TEA as ‘Superior,’” said CISD Superintendent Dr. Diane Frost.  “The CISD Board of Trustees and Marti Shaner, Assistant Superintendent of Finance, and the business services staff, provide oversight and management for the district finances.  Recognition of this financial responsibility is important to the District and to the community we serve.”

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  • Request for Qualifications

    CISD Nurse Practioner

     

    https://www.cisd.org/cms/lib6/TX01917765/Centricity/Domain/4/RFQ Nurse Practitioner CISD 2018.pdf

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  • Click here for Request for Proposal to C1 and WAN Internet Services

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  • Sign Language

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  • 2018-2019 Start and End Times

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    18-19 child nutrition

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    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.

    https://asp.schoolmessenger.com/corsicana/quicktip/

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