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 ...

District News & Announcements


Jacob Perez, D’Andre Gallagher, and Jared Vernor, all three CHS Seniors, have been selected by the Coastal Bend Coaches Association to play in the All-Star Football Game held in Corpus Christi on Saturday, May 23rd.  Congratulations on an outstanding Senior season!

Official CISD Notice


Cuero ISD will conduct classes and run buses according to the regularly scheduled times on Tuesday, May 26th. With the weather and flood conditions being tenuous at best, CISD will make timely announcements regarding start times or cancelations as early as possible.

Currently, the Education Foundation Academic Achievers Recognition Banquet is still planned for Tuesday night, and Cuero High School commencement is still on go for Friday nightPlease stay safe, and take care of your family.

Jim Haley, Superintendent




iPad Check-In for Seniors

iPad Check-In for Cuero High School Seniors has been rescheduled for tomorrow, Tuesday, May 26th during Gobbler Rock and 3rd Period.  A green sheet was passed out to students with instructions for iPad Check-In.  The iPads will be completely erased and reset.  Please bring bring your iPad, Otterbox case and lid, power brick and power cable to school tomorrow, Tuesday, May 26.  Thank you for your support of Power Up!

3rd Grade Parent Apple ID Meeting Cancelled

The 3rd Grade Parent Apple ID meeting scheduled for Tuesday, May 26th at 6 p.m. has been cancelled.  It will be rescheduled at a later date.  Thank You.

Voluntary Evacuation - Near Guadalupe River


Dear CISD Families,

The Red Cross notified Mr. Haley at 3:30 pm today that The DeWitt County Sheriff's Office issued a voluntary evacuation order of all affected areas around or near the Guadalupe River. The river is expected to reach levels of 44 feet.

The Cuero Intermediate School gym will be used as a temporary housing site for flood evacuees beginning at 5:00 pm on Monday, May 25, 2015. Staff and volunteers will be on-hand tomorrow at 3:30 pm to ready the facility for the people who need to stay there.

We have been encouraged to keep things as normal as possible, so we are still planning to have school as usual at this time. However, we are maintaining constant contact with one another as well as Red Cross, first responders, and surrounding communities for the latest updates.

We will remain vigilant and conservative in our effort to keep everyone safe and fully apprised of the situation as more information becomes available. Notices will go out via our emergency call tree phone list, Blackboard robo call system, radio, and our social media sites.

Jim Haley, Superintendent




Congratulations goes out to Alex Villafranca who will be signing a track scholarship with St. Edward's University.  On Wednesday, May 27th, we would like to invite you to the Cuero HS library to celebrate Alex's signing at 3:45pm.  Thank you to all of you who have had a part in her academic and athletic career while she has been a student in Cuero ISD.  We are proud of her, and wish her the best in the future at St. Edward's!

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