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  • Guns, Weapons Still Not Allowed on District Premises or at District Events

    Just a reminder that you are not allowed to bring firearms on District premises or to school-sponsored events, including athletic competitions. Despite a new law that went into effect Wednesday, September 1, 2021, which allows most Texans who legally own a firearm to carry it openly in public without a permit or training, it is still against Texas law to bring a firearm on District premises. Attorneys for Corsicana ISD confirm that the new constitutional carry law does not apply to District premises or school athletic facilities where weapons are still prohibited by state law.

    Under Sec. 46.03(a)(1) of the Texas Penal Code, a person commits an offense if the person intentionally, knowingly, or recklessly possesses or goes with a firearm, location-restricted knife, club, or prohibited weapon on the physical premises of a school or educational institution, any grounds or building on which an activity sponsored by a school or educational institution is being conducted, or a passenger transportation vehicle of a school or educational institution, whether the school or educational institution is public or private.

    Thank you for helping Corsicana ISD maintain a safe school environment for all students and staff.

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  • standard response protocol 2021

    Click here to view CISD's COVID-19 Standard Response Protocol in English and Spanish

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    Authorization to Option out of Mask Requirement

    Dear Tiger Families,

    The Corsicana ISD Administration and School Board met this morning to discuss the ongoing situation and monitoring of active COVID-19 cases in our community and, more specifically, in our schools. It was agreed today that the district will reinstate mask requirements when the cases at our schools meet a particular threshold. These measures provide guidance for staff and students when additional safety protocols need to be implemented to protect you from the spread of the COVID-19 virus.

    At the Pre-Kindergarten through Sixth grade levels, masking protocols will be reinstated for an entire class when an individual in a class reports a positive case in that classroom. The protocols will be in place for 10 school days following the announcement of an active case in PK-6 grades. This means all staff members and students in a class with an active case must wear a mask for 10 school days after a case has been announced in that class or until the mask protocols can be safely lifted.

    At our secondary campuses, which includes both Corsicana Middle School and Corsicana High School, masking protocols will be reinstated when the percentage of active cases - to include a combination of students and staff - reaches 1.5 percent of the population of that campus. For Corsicana Middle School, the 1.5 percent threshold kicks in when there are 15 cases on campus, and at Corsicana High School, the 1.5 percent threshold for mask protocols kicks in when the campus reaches 31 cases. Again, at the secondary level the percentage used will be 1.5 percent of a combination of both student and staff positive cases.

    These updated mask protocols take effect beginning Tuesday of this week. It should be noted that Corsicana Middle School is reporting over 20 active COVID-19 positive cases today. This means mask requirements begin Tuesday, August 31 for all Corsicana Middle School staff and students, and they will continue for 10 school days or until the protocols can be safely lifted. 

    The reinstatement of mask protocols is the next important step to protecting our students and staff from the spread of the Delta variant and will hopefully help us avoid a complete shutdown of a classroom, grade level or campus. If you do not wish to follow these updated mask protocols and are willing to assume the health risks associated with attending work or school unmasked, there will be an "opt out" form available on the District web site. Simply fill out the form and return it to your campus office/principal.

    CISD plans to reinstate the COVID-19 dashboard this week showing active cases at each campus and will continue to notify impacted staff and families of students via email. Our Tiger staff, students and parents can help prepare for these new changes by carrying masks with you or leaving them at work and school in the event they are needed.  The district also has a supply of masks readily available for use should you forget or not have one of your own to use.

    Although we had hoped we would be past the need to require masks, we also reserve the right to make decisions in the best interests of our staff and students given the current case loads and health information about the virus. The situation is rapidly evolving. Hopefully, we won’t have to incorporate these reinstated mask measures for long, and we can soon put this virus and health pandemic behind us. We would like to once again encourage everyone who is eligible to be vaccinated, to get vaccinated as soon as possible. The Centers for Disease Control confirm that the vaccines help individuals avoid or lessen the impact of the Delta variant. In turn, wearing masks helps reduce your risk to exposure and the risk that the virus will be spread to others.

    Thank you for your cooperation as the Administration and School Board partner together to keep all Tigers healthy and safe.

    #TigersTogether

    Dr. Diane Frost
    Superintendent

    Click here to view the Authorization to Option out of Mask Requirement Form in English and Spanish

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  • Back to school safety plan

    Click here for the 2021 -2022 Safety Plan

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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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  • Academic Calendar 21-22

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  • Parental Option for Students to Repeat Grades or Courses 
     
    Senate Bill 1697 amends state law to allow parents and guardians to elect for a student to repeat a grade or retake a high school course.  District and campus administrators should share information regarding these options with all parents and guardians as soon as possible.  Information for parents related to these options is available on two TEA webpages: https://tea.texas.gov/repeat grade and https://tea.texas.gov/restartkinder

    Frequently asked questions are posted on the TEA website.

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  • 2021 STAAR Results are Available to Students and Families 

    Parents are encouraged to Log In, and Learn More, about their child’s results by going to www.TexasAssessment.gov. A unique student access code allows parents to view a variety of resources and assessment components, including each STAAR question and answer—along with their child’s answers. The website also provides resources designed to help parents prepare their son or daughter as he or she progresses from grade level to grade level. Resources include tools to support a student’s ability to read and write, as well as tips and questions to help prepare for parent-teacher conferences in the 2021-22 school year.

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  • The CISD Board Approves Special Election for Nov. 2 

    The CISD Board of Trustees approved a special election on November 2, 2021, to fill the vacancy left by previous Board President Dr. Kent Rogers who passed away at the end of January. Dr. Rogers spent 23 years on the school board, always dedicated to serving in the best interest of the community to provide the best education for students.

     

    Important Dates 

    The first day for file for a place on the ballot is July 17, 2021

    The last day to file for a place on the ballot is August 16, 2021

    The Election is November 2, 2021

    Early voting begins October 18, 2021, and ends October 29, 2021

    For more information, check the About Us link on the home page. 

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  • New student registration

    Families can register online through Parent Portal (click here), or in-person at child's campus. 

    Click here for instructions on how to create ParentPortal account 

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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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