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

Dodgeball Tournament - Scholarships for NHS

Dodgeball Tournament April 11 – Competition Gym

Proceeds Benefit NHS Scholarships

Local Businesses Are Encouraged to Help Support & Enter Team or Sponsor Prizes

Entries Begin March 25th

Play Will Be Double Elimination



Deadline to Register to Vote - April 9th

Cuero ISD has two at-large positions that will be decided in the May election. Here are important dates, times, and locations to remember:

*** Deadline to register to vote in the School Board Election is Thursday, April 9th ***

Early voting will begin on Thursday, April 22nd and will go through Tuesday, May 5th. Voting will take place at the Dewitt County Elections Office Annex Building at 115 N. Gonzales St. from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Election Day is Saturday, May 9th from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the same location.

Coffee With the Counselor

Please join us at John C. French for Coffee with the Counselor on Friday, March 27 in the library from 8:15-9:15.  Topics to be discussed are 10 tips to get your All Star reading, How to deal with your MVP, and finish up the year with a homerun since we are in the homestretch of the school year.  Light breakfast will be served and childcare service will be available. We hope to see you there!

Did You Know

Tips for better iPad Care

  1. The iPad will run better if you do a power shut down every week.
  2. The iPad will work faster if you close apps you have opened.  Do this with a double click of the home button then swipe up on the app’s picture.
  3. Turning off most locations on games and other things you don’t need also helps the iPad run faster.
  4.  You can put restrictions on a child’s iPad to limit gaming or music or App Store activity.
  5.  It’s always great to write down all passwords and passcodes so you can remember them.
  6.  When taking the iPad off the charger pull from the hard plastic portion of the cord not the softer wire portion of the cord.
  7.  Never chew on any part of the cord.  The power brick is $15 and the cord is $15 to replace.
  8.  Changing the time on the iPad will prevent Internet access.
  9. Turn off the Blue Tooth feature will conserve battery power.
  10. Turning down the screen display intensity will save battery power.
PreKindergarten and Kindergarten Round-up

Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten Round-Up will be held on the following dates and times:

April 28          12:00-4:00pm

April 29           2:00-6:00pm

Documents needed at this time are a copy of certified birth certificate, social security card, shot record, parent identification, proof of address and for pre-k proof of income.  If any additional items are needed we will update this website as soon as possible. 

Teacher requests will be taken from April 27 through May 27, 2015. Forms may be picked up at the John C. French office during this time frame.

John C. French Elementary Notes

John C. French Elementary Upcoming Events:

March 24     PTO Meeting-5:30pm

April 1          LifeTouch Group Photos (In Dress Code)

April 6          Applications due for Little Miss Cuero-applications available in the office-Kindergarten only

April 9          LifeTouch Spring Photos (If being photographed,    students may wear spring clothes-dresses, sandals, etc.

April 10         Spring Fling 5-7 pm

April 17         Relay for Life

April 18         Saturday School 8am-Noon


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