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  • Corsicana ISD to participate in the 2017 Red Ribbon Campaign

    Your Future is KEY, so Stay Drug Free!

    The Corsicana Independent School District will participate in the national Red Ribbon Campaign on Wed., Oct. 25 through Fri., Oct. 27.  In addition to campus activities regarding drug prevention, three dress-up days are being used to promote a drug-free lifestyle.  Students and staff are encouraged to participate.  (Standardized dress is still required with the exception of specific items as mentioned below.) 

    WEDNESDAY, Oct. 25“Red Day”  

    Red shirt/t-shirt and accessories for RED RIBBON WEEK.

    THURSDAY, Oct. 26“Too Smart for Drugs”

    College shirt/t-shirt

    FRIDAY, Oct. 27:  “Sock it to Drugs!”

    Your favorite pair of crazy socks.  (Note: this is also PINK OUT at the CHS athletic games.)

     

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  • Congratulations to Dylan White - THE GRAND CHAMPION of the State Fair of Texas Agricultural Mechanics 2017! 1st in Class, Grand Champ of Class, Grand Champion of the ENTIRE show with the CISD Freedom Shooting Sports BBQ Trailer! Pictured with Mark Vitters, AG Mechanic teacher.

    Dylan White State Fair

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  • John K. Beck Commended for PSAT Performance

    John K. Beck, a senior student at Corsicana High School, has been commended by the National Merit Scholarship Program based on his performance on the Preliminary SAT that he took in 2017 as a sophomore. 

    “John is an exceptional student.  He has continuously proven himself through his work ethic and dedication to his academic success.  We are all proud of John and his accomplishments,” said Shade Boulware, principal at CHS.

    John K. Beck

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  • Corsicana ISD Earns State’s Highest Fiscal Accountability Rating 

    The Texas Education Agency (TEA) released financial accountability ratings for school districts and charters across the state. Corsicana Independent School District received a rating of “Superior Achievement” under the Texas’ Schools FIRST financial accountability rating system.  The 2016-2017 ratings are based on annual financial reports provided to TEA by districts and charters from the 2015-2016 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 Dr. Diane Frost.  “The CISD Board of Trustees and Marti Shaner, Assistant Superintendent of Finance, and her department, provide oversight and management for the district finances.  This proven responsibility is important to the District and to the community we serve.”

    Business Office

    Pictured: CISD Business Office personnel were recognized by the Board of Trustees on Monday for the Superior Rating that CISD received for Financial Accountability from TEA. (L-R):  Cheryl Baxter, Debra Collins, Dr. Diane Frost, Marti Shaner, Kelly Sitzmann and Heather White. Not pictured:  Marylin McNeel.

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  • Quick Tip 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.

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

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  • Free Sign Language Beginning and Advanced Sign Language classes will be offered at the Lee Admin Building each Thursday evening 6-7:30 p.m.

    These classes are free and open to school and community members. 

    Instructor: Rachel Handley

    Location: Lee Administration Building, 2200 W. 4th Ave., Corsicana.

    Beginner Class (6 weeks): Thursday evenings, 6-7:30, October 5, 12, 19, 26 and November 2 & 9

    Advanced Class (6 weeks): Thursday evenings, 6-7:30, February 1, 8, 15, 22 and March 1 & 8

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  • Corsicana ISD Innovation Plan 2017-2022

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