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  • Texas Reads One Book 2017 Corsicana ISD 3rd & 4th Grade Students to Participate in Texas Reads One Book
     
    2017 Selection: Lemonade Wars
     
    WHO: Corsicana ISD 3rd and 4th grade students and teachers will receive their very own copy of the book, Lemonade Wars by Jacqueline Davies.
     
    WHAT: The Corsicana Education Foundation is sponsoring a state-wide initiative for students in 3rd and 4th grade at CISD. The initiative is called Texas Reads One Book. This year, the book is Lemonade Wars by Jacqueline Davies . Students will all receive their very own book to keep and to read at school and take home to read with their families.
     
    WHERE: Each Elementary School – Bowie, Carroll, Sam Houston, Fannin and Navarro
     
    WHEN: Kick-off date is Monday, April 3, when each student will receive their book and will watch a video featuring Dallas Cowboy Coach Jason Garrett reading the first chapter.
     
    WHY: To encourage students to read, and share their reading experiences at home with their families.
     
    HOW: The Corsicana Education Foundation has made it possible for all 3rd and 4th grade students to participate across the District.
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  • Collins Intermediate Collins Intermediate School Information Sessions

    Sessions are for incoming 2017-2018 5th and 6th grade students and their parents.

    Parent Info Sessions at Collins Campus
    Thursday, April 6, 6-7 p.m.
    Thursday, April 13, 6-7 p.m.
    Thursday, April 20 (Dual Language/Sam Houston), 6-7 p.m.

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  • Drane Learning Center Drane to become Learning Center for Early Childhood and Gifted & Talented Programs
    Information and Pre‐Registration for Early Childhood Programs – April 10 at 5:30 pm

    This summer, Drane Intermediate will transform into the Drane Learning Center for Early Childhood programs and the district’s elementary Gifted and Talented program. This blended early education setting will serve several programs that are currently offered at various locations across the district.

    Early learning programs including: the state‐mandated pre‐ kindergarten, currently at Carroll Elementary; the Dual Language pre‐kindergarten, currently at Sam Houston Elementary; and the Preschool for Children with Disabilities, currently at Carroll Elementary and the Travis Center ‐‐ will all be housed at the Drane Learning Center this fall. In addition, CISD partners with Head Start to provide child care and early learning opportunities for qualified students. Head Start, currently at the Travis Center, will be a part of the programs offered at Drane.

    “By combining these programs into one Learning Center we are able to focus support on high‐quality early learning that promotes Kindergarten school readiness for children,” said Dr. Diane Frost, superintendent of Corsicana ISD.

    The elementary Gifted and Talented program, currently housed at Fannin Elementary, will have dedicated space at the Drane Leaning Center.  All programs at Drane will have access to the auditorium, cafeteria and gym as well as outdoor recess areas and playgrounds to be installed this summer.

    Parents interested in enrolling their children (age 4 by Sept. 1, 2017) in an Early Childhood Program are encouraged to come to the district‐wide Pre‐Kindergarten Information and Pre‐Registration Session at Drane on Monday, April 10 at 5:30 pm. (See news announcement below for more information.)

    The Dual Language Pre‐K program is an extension of the Dual Language Program at Sam Houston Elementary. This program is intensive and taught in two languages (Spanish and English). Parents interested in the Dual Language Pre‐K will sign‐up for their student(s) to take an admission test on April 10. Qualified students will be able to pre‐ register.

    Many changes are taking place at Corsicana ISD as several 2014 Bond projects will be completed this summer. One of the Bond projects includes moving the 6th  grade students at Drane Intermediate School, to combine with 5th grade across the District, to create Collins Intermediate School on what is now the middle school campus. Middle school students, 7th  and 8th  grades, will go to the new Corsicana Middle School being constructed behind Tiger Stadium.

    Several parent information sessions are being scheduled in April to address questions and provide information on the upcoming changes for next year. Please see our calendar for upcomin important dates.

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  • 2017-2018 Kindergarten Pre-Registration *(for students age 5 as of Sept. 1, 2017)

    Thursday, April 20

    4:30-6:00 p.m.

    at each campus (Bowie, Carroll, Fannin, Navarro)

    Please bring the following documents:

    • certified birth certificate,
    • social security card,
    • current shot records, and
    • proof of address (current utility bill)

    Visit www.cisd.org/kinder for more information.

    The Dual Language Campus at Sam Houston Elementary has different admission criteria and dates.

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  • 2017-2018 Pre-Kinder Pre-Registration *(for students age 4 as of Sept. 1, 2017)

    Monday, April 10

    5:30-6:30 p.m.

    Drane Auditorium

    Head Start Programs, Dual Language Pre-K and Pre-K programs including Pre-K students with disabilities will be served at the Drane Learning Center this fall 2017.

    Please bring the following documents:

    • certified birth certificate,
    • social security card,
    • current shot records, and
    • proof of address (current utility bill)

    Visit www.cisd.org/kinder for more information.

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  • Corsicana ISD Innovation Plan 2017-2022

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