A welcome letter from your superintendent

Superintendent's Message

I admit to being biased about Cuero ISD being a great place to work, but I believe that being a Gobbler has its advantages! Some of the unique employment benefits enjoyed by CISD educators include: Competitive Salaries – especially for those with 10+ years of experience Up to $2100 of Incentive Pay for Teachers in 2014-2015 Insurance contribution is $275 per employee Teacher Stipends for Math, Science, Foreign Language, and some special programs $35/ hour for extra duty pay ...

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Upcoming Events

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Hunt Elementary Meet the Teacher

We welcome you to come meet your Hunt Elementary Teachers for 2015-2016!...

CHS Senior Pictures

CHS SENIOR PICTURES:
Senior pictures will be on Aug 6/7, 2015, in the Gobbler Getaway. Please have your student(s) sign up in the front office or call 361-275-1900 ext 2. They need to choose a specific time to show up, so please make sure they can make the appointment they sign up for. Students will take formal, and cap/gown pictures on these days. Boys need to be shaven and their hair must be cut to dress code length, otherwise they will not be allowed to take their senior pictures. Girls should also have dress code appropriate hair colors.
Yearbooks will be on sale for only $45 these two days only! This is the lowest price the yearbook will be all year long. Don't miss this opportunity to reserve your book at the rock bottom price of $45!

Power Up Parent Meetings

As part of the Cuero ISD Power Up program, iPads will be available for check-out for students in grades 4-12. The vision of Power Up is to create a learner-centered environment that makes learning authentic and relevant for our students while fostering 21st Century skills. Before students in grades 4-12 can check out an iPad, ALL parents need to attend any one of the required 2015-16 parent meetings to hear important info for parents, complete iPad agreement forms, select options for iPad insurance and create Apple IDs if needed.

New Student Registgration

2015 - 2016

New Student Registration

 

WHAT: Registration for new incoming students to Cuero ISD for the 2015-2016 academic school year.

 

WHEN: Thursday, August 6, 2015

 

WHERE: At each campus from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm

 

REQUIREMENTS: Children registering for PK or KG must be age 4 or 5 on or before September 1, 2015.  Cuero residents will have priority enrollment for PK.  A waiting list for transfers is available. 

 

WHAT DOCUMENTS MUST BE PROVIDED:  

  • Certified Birth Certificate (with the seal)

  • Current Immunization Record

  • Social Security Card

  • Proof of Residence (utility bill, rent/lease agreement, property tax statement)

  • Parent/Guardian photo identification with date of birth

  • PK Application (along with proof of income within last 30 days PK only)

     

     

For questions please contact: 361.275.1900 ext. 120

Immunization Requirements

Immunization Requirements for 2015-2016 Incoming 7th grade

Students entering 7th grade for the 2015-2016 school year Immunization requirements

We must have a current record that shows the following vaccines have been received

  • 1 dose of Meningococcal Vaccine (Meningitis)

  • 2 doses of Varicella Vaccine (chicken pox)

  • 1 dose of Tdap Vaccine ( tetanus, diphtheria, and pertussis)

Please provide a copy of your shot record to the School nurse if your child has received these vaccines. You student will not be able to receive a schedule or attend school until the shots are received and written record is provided. Questions?  361-275-1917

The Dewitt County health Dept. can administer immunizations to uninsured and Medicaid students. For more information including clinic hours, call 361-275- 0920. Watch the district website as well as Facebook for upcoming Immunization Clinics . Avoid long lines and a long wait by immunizing your child/children now.

 

Attention for parents of Senior High School Students:

If your child is planning on attending a Texas University, they will need a Meningococcal Vaccine now! Senate Bill 1107 passed January 1, 2012 requiring new students, transfer students and returning students to provide proof of a bacterial meningitis vaccination within 5 years of entry into the higher level of education. Texas students receive their first dose upon entry into 7th grade and require a booster dose their senior year in high school. Questions? 361-275-1917.

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