The mission of CISD is to empower all students to reach their potential and become responsible, respectful citizens by teaching an enriched curriculum using all available resources.
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The new Jr. High wing is making excellent progress and is ahead of schedule. See the Construction Updates for details.
Winner of the Ugliest Sweater Contest at Cuero Intermediate School
The trophy was presented by Ms. Laas (right)
For the First Semester
The Cuero ISD Report Card for all campuses and Texas Academic Performance Report public meeting will be held on Tuesday, January 13 at 5:30 in the High School Library. The purpose of this public meeting is to share information about school performance and characteristics. This is a report required by the Texas Legislature and prepared by the Texas Education Agency. The report provides information concerning student performance on the State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR), as well as information on student enrollment, class size averages, and financial expenditures. District administrators and campus principals will be available to answer questions regarding the reports. For more information, please contact Pam Longbotham Ed.D. at 361-275-1922.
Congratulations to the Cuero ISD Gobbler of the Week, Senior Charles Jackson.
Charles is a member of the Mighty Gobbler Band. His band career started when he was in the 6th grade! His favorite subjects are Science and Reading. After graduation, Charles plans to attend the University of Houston at Victoria, where he will begin his courses to major in engineering. In his free time, he enjoys working and designing cars. His positive attitude and friendly smile make him an excellent choice for Gobbler of the Week! Once again, Congratulations Senior Charles Jackson!
Presentation on Renewable Energy
Ms. Medina 6th Grade Science Class
Parents, please check your student’s iPad for the vShare app. vShare is designed to download paid apps for free, breaking licensing laws, and also allows the download of age-inappropriate apps, without using the appstore. We had the students remove the app and any apps that they downloaded through vShare. Most students who downloaded it were not able to get it to work. If you find the vShare app please delete it and remind your student not to reload it. It is now blocked through our school filter. Thank you for your help with this.
These students received a gift certificate from Subway. They were caught being good at Cuero Intermediate School.
This is how 5th grade science classes at CIS do snowball fights!
Congratulations to the Lady Gobblers who were recently awarded Region 4 District 26 All-District Honors for girls volleyball! These ladies exemplify the true Gobbler Spirit!
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Please utilize this link to see the latest developments and news on the Cuero ISD Bond projects. Status reports and photos will be routinely posted here for the public's information. This website is "provided by and maintained by the District's Architect for the Bond project ClayComb & Associates."
Bond Issue Information
Elementary Campuses Rendering