This Wednesday, Mrs. Way passed her U.S. Citizenship test and is now officially a dual citizen of the United States and the United Kingdom. We are so blessed to have her on our campus and are extremely proud of her for obtaining one of her goals.
We are pleased to announce our Elementary Indians of the Month! Our faculty Indian of the Month is Mrs. Mary Smith. Our Students of the Month are Benjamin Diaz, Cullen Sparks, Raeh Arnold, McKenzie Winter, Lillie Fredenburg and Yaselin Hernandez. We are extremely proud of our students and faculty member who have been selected this month. Each Indian was selected by our faculty and staff for their exemplary everyday actions. Thank you for going above and beyond and showcasing what it means to be a true Carlisle Indian.
Carlisle ISD received Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Funds (ESSER III) to address unfinished learning and COVID-19 recovery. These funds are designated for one-time or short-term expenditures to assist in correcting the ongoing impact of the pandemic. We would like to seek your feedback regarding allocation of these resources. Please take time to let us know your opinion by completing the brief survey below. The deadline to submit is March 24, 2023. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1K9LXtSmw1UlNzkCZIB7SrAatgV2YhRTswDmM2Fyo7PI
Federal Report Cards for the state, the district, and each of the district’s campuses are now available on the district’s website under Required Postings or are also available on the Texas Education Agency’s website at https://tea.texas.gov/texas-schools/accountability/academic-accountability/performance-reporting/federal-report-cards.
8th Grade Parent Meeting There will be an 8th grade parent meeting on March 7th at 6PM in the auditorium to discuss the 8th grade dance.
Elementary Cookie Fundraiser
Student Council participated in the Adopt A Highway clean up this past Saturday picking up trash in their 2 mile section to keep the roads near the school looking nice.
Public Safety Alert from the DEA
Attention all seniors! Scholarship applications are now available from the Carlisle Alumni Association, the Carlisle Athletic Booster Club, and the Carlisle Volunteer Fire Department. Please come see Mr. Duncan for more details, or visit our scholarship folder under the documents tab on the Carlisle website.
We are pleased to announce our Elementary Indians of the Month! Our faculty Indian of the Month is Mrs. Hope Wright. Our Students of the Month are Maxley Holts, Oliver Ibarra Carbajal, Francisco Hernandez, Desmond Johnson, Brandon Hernandez and Edgar Martinez. We are extremely proud of our students and faculty member who have been selected this month. Each Indian was selected by our faculty and staff for their exemplary everyday actions. Thank you for going above and beyond and showcasing what it means to be a true Carlisle Indian.
February Parent Newsletter
Congratulations to the Carlisle Junior High Students and Teacher of the Month, Mrs. Allie Williams, Mr. Kaysin Graham, and Miss Abigail Winters!
Congratulations to the Carlisle Intermediate Mindset team and Erick Hernandez. The Mindset team placed 2nd overall at the Academic Rodeo. Erick Hernandez received a special recognition for Best Use of Accessories for his Kinder Critter. We are extremely proud of all who participated. Erick and the Mindset team will both receive their awards later this month at the Academic Rodeo Award Ceremony.
After monitoring the weather forecast all afternoon and evening, Carlisle ISD will have a 10:00 start to the school day tomorrow, February 1st, for the safety of our students and our staff members arriving at school. Buses will run two hours later than normal. If things change, updates will go out as quickly as possible through the Carlisle ISD Facebook page. Carlisle Administration
Announcement As you may have seen on social media and television, a Carlisle ISD administrator was arrested for failure to report a possible sexual assault as required by law. The incident occurred on the junior high campus and involved one student’s conduct toward another. Student safety is of paramount importance. The offending student was disciplined according to the Student Code of Conduct, which included removal from CISD campuses and elimination of any threat to students. The District is cooperating fully with the investigation by law enforcement and is hopeful that with additional evidence and clarification the matter will be resolved expeditiously. Sincerely, Michael R Payne
January Parent Newsletter