Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Tis the Season! Share Your Story of Gratitude

We in C-FB ISD have a special testimonial section on our website, http://www.cfbisd.edu/, for individuals to share special stories about why they selected Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD as their school district for their families or as their professional home.

This section is available for prospective families and future C-FB ISD team members to hear from "real C-FBers" on what makes our district special. This is a perfect time of year for you to stop and reflect on why the Carrollton-Farmers Branch School District has a special place in your heart. During the holidays, we are asking you to take time to submit tributes to our special website section.

Here are a few questions to jump start your thinking.

  • Why did your family choose to send your children to C-FB ISD schools?
  • Why did you choose C-FB ISD as your work home?
  • What are C-FB ISD's strengths?
  • What do you value most about C-FB ISD?
  • Are there specific people or schools that you wish to remember? If so, how did they impact your family?

Please click on this link: http://www.cfbisd.edu/pages/whycfbTestimonials.cfm. On this page, you will find a form, where you can write your testimonial about C-FB ISD. We ask that you limit your submission to less than 250 words.

We know that C-FB ISD is a great place to learn and to work. We have outstanding students. We have a great community. We have a wonderful team who believes in high achievement for all students.

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Important Dates to Know in C-FB ISD

Early Release Days
There are two upcoming early release days for C-FB ISD students. These days are for exams. The days are December 16 and 17. The early release schedule for exams is as follows:
  • High Schools will release at 10:35 a.m.
  • Middle Schools will release at 12:oo noon.
  • Elementary Schools will release at 12:45 p.m.
  • Bea Salazar will release at 10:35 a.m.
  • Mary Grimes will not release students early on these two days.
Buses for the schools will run according to the early release schedule.

Holiday Schedule
C-FB ISD students will be out for the holidays from December 20 through January 3. All teachers and other staff will return on Monday, January 3.
Classes for the second semester begin on Tuesday, January 4.

C-FB ISD Tax Office Schedule
The district's Tax Office, located in the Administration Building, 1445 North Perry Road, Carrollton, will be open these days during the district's Winter Break.
  • December 20-22, 8 a.m. -4 p.m.
  • December 27-30, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
  • December 31, 8 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

To contact our Tax Office, please call 972-968-6106 or 972-968-6172.

For information about district events and other district information, visit the district's website at www.cfbisd.edu

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Review of Inclement Weather Procedures

How to find out if schools are closed
Cold weather has finally arrived, bringing with it the chance of icy roads and conditions. If those conditions make it necessary for C-FB ISD schools to be delayed or closed for the safety of students and staff, the district has procedures in place.

If schools are delayed or closed due to inclement weather:
• Families and staff will be notified through the district's mass notification message system called Blackboard Connect.
• A Special Alert email newsletter will be sent to subscribers advising them of the decision.
• An announcement will be posted on the district's website, www.cfbisd.edu, as soon as the decision has been made.
• We will post messages on our Twitter feed and blog.
C-FB ISD families and residents are advised to listen to local radio or television stations for updated weather reports.

Local media outlets also post information on their websites, so families and other residents may want to check those sites for the latest weather information.

Media Notified about Inclement Weather
We will inform television and radio stations. It is their decision whether to air the information. Media outlets notified include:

Local Television Stations Notified:
KDFW-TV Channel 4
KXAS-TV Channel 5
WFAA-TV Channel 8
KTVT-TV Channel 11
Univision 23

Local Radio Stations Notified, include:
KRLD
KVIL
WBAP
KDMX
KHKS
KZPS
KDGE
KEGL
KTRA
CBS Network
Metro Radio Network
Total Traffic Network

The district does post closing information on its TV station. CFB-TV is available on Time Warner Channel 98 in Carrollton, Time Warner Channel 95 in Farmers Branch or Channel 38 on Verizon in Carrollton. CFB-TV is also streamed lived on district's website.


C-FB ISD Bad Weather Days
March 11 and April 22 are designated as bad weather/emergency make-up days for any days missed. These days are not considered holidays; they will be used as instructional days if the district closes for inclement weather or an emergency situation.

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

2011-2012 Proposed Academic Calendar Input

We are asking your thoughts about the 2011-12 C-FB ISD proposed Academic Calendar. Designing an academic calendar for a school district is a complex issue; however, in Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD, we want to keep student achievement in the forefront when making decisions.

The proposed academic calendar is very similar to this year’s calendar in terms of the following:

· The same basic holiday schedule including Thanksgiving and Winter Break

· Ending 1st semester before the Winter Break

Below is some information that you may need to know before you review the calendar about some parameters that the district faces when setting an academic calendar.

Exactly what did the Texas Legislature change regarding the start of the school year?
The Legislature changed Texas Education Code 25.0811 to read that public school districts cannot begin school before the fourth Monday in August. The only exception is if the district or school operates a year-round system under Section 25.084. This change started with the 2007-08 school year.

How many days must children attend school?
Texas currently requires that the public school year contain 180 days for students; however, districts may obtain waivers for up to five fewer student attendance days for professional development purposes.

The 2011-12 school calendar proposal includes 177 days for students, and the district will ask for a waiver for three student days for professional development time for staff. These days are Oct. 10, Nov. 21, 22.

What about early release days?
Under the expedited waiver system, a school district may apply for six early release days. These days are allowable through Texas Education Code 25.082. The current calendar proposal has four early release days already scheduled (two days at the end of each semester). The district is recommending to the District Improvement Council that that all six be approved and that the additional two days be used as staff development early release days as in the 2010-2011 calendar; however, the specific days will be determined later.

To review the 2011-2012 C-FB ISD Proposed Academic Calendar, click on this link: http://www.cfbisd.edu/pcal

To take the survey, click on this link: http://www.cfbisd.edu/calsurvey

Monday, November 1, 2010

Blind Side Actor Quinton Aaron and Performer Eric Martinez Visit R. L. Turner

Up and coming performer Eric Martinez and "Blind Side" star, Quinton Aaron, visited R. L. Turner High School on Oct. 29 to speak with students and encourage them to pursue their dreams and their education.

Monday, September 27, 2010

Central Elementary Autumn Antics (Fall Field Day)

Central Elementary students had a ball at the Central Elementary Autumn Antics while learning about estimation, perimeter, distance, and vocabulary through activities like targeting, throwing, and running.

Creekview Homecoming Parade

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Tuesday, August 24, 2010

August 12 School Board Meeting Video

In C-FB ISD, we are continually looking for ways to openly communicate with our parents, staff and community. We now be provide the regular School Board Meetings as video on demand segments. Please feel free to watch the School Board Meeting. We have also provided the "School Board Agenda" for your reference.



August 12 School Board Agenda

First Day of School 2010

Cute first day of school photos from schools in C-FB. Add your own to our Flickr group.

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

C-FB ISD Announces Administrative Changes

The Carrollton-Farmers Branch Independent School District (C-FB ISD) has named the following administrative positions:
 Tracy Smith, principal of Neil Ray McLaughlin Primary/Nancy Strickland Intermediate Schools, is the new executive director of School Improvement.
 Rhonda Shepard, assistant principal of Donald H. Sheffield Intermediate School, is the new Riverchase Elementary School principal.
 Brooke Puricelli, an assistant principal at R. L. Turner High School, is the new principal at DeWitt Perry Middle School.

C-FB ISD Announces Administrative Changes

Press Release

Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Back to School Information

Find out all the latest Back to School information including school supply lists, schedule pick-up dates and registration information at http://www.cfbisd.edu/back.

Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Your Input on C-FB ISD Social Media Is Needed

The Carrollton-Farmers Branch Independent School District (C-FB ISD) is an innovative leader in learning. As a district, we seek to communicate in various ways with our parents, staff and students. Social media including Facebook and Twitter allow the district a unique avenue to interact.

The district would like your input to make it a better experience for you. Please take our Social Media Survey.

As the technology evolves, we will continue to seek new and innovative ways to communicate with stakeholders. Check out our social media presence.

Monday, June 28, 2010

C-FB ISD Announces New Principals for 2010-2011 School Year

Joe LaPuma will lead Creekview High School. Mr. LaPuma is currently the principal at DeWitt Perry Middle School. He has worked in C-FB ISD for five years. Mr. LaPuma has nineteen years of experience in education.

Before coming to C-FB ISD, Mr. LaPuma served as the assistant principal at Stephen F. Austin Middle School in the Irving ISD. He was an ESL teacher and coach at Chester W. Nimitz High School in Irving ISD for six years and at North Dallas High School in Dallas ISD for one year. Mr. LaPuma was a physical education teacher and coach at Lincoln Junior High School in El Paso ISD for two years. Mr. LaPuma has a Master’s degree in Educational Administration from the University of North Texas as well as a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Texas at El Paso.


Matthew R. Warnock will lead Barbara Bush Middle School. Mr. Warnockis currently the associate principal at Ranchview High School and has worked for C-FB ISD for twelve years.

Mr. Warnock has been an assistant principal at Ranchview High School, science department chair at Creekview High School and science teacher at Creekview High School. Mr. Warnock has also served as the assistant principal for summer school at R. L. Turner High School.



Joseph R. Copeland III will lead Dan F. Long Middle School. Mr. Copeland comes to C-FB ISD with twelve years of education experience. Mr. Copeland has served for the past five years as the assistant principal at Lake Highlands High School in the Richardson Independent School District.

He also taught Spanish at Lake Highlands High School. Mr. Copeland hasserved as a physical education instructor and dean of discipline at HenryClay Middle School in the Los Angeles United School District. Previous tohis tenure in Richardson and Los Angeles, Mr. Copeland worked at Wilmer Hutchins High School as a Spanish and English as Second Language (ESL) instructor and department chair.

Tuesday, June 22, 2010

C-FB ISD Anticipates Recognized Rating

Based on preliminary achievement and completion/graduation data from the 2009-2010 school year, the Carrollton-Farmers Branch Independent School District anticipates a Recognized rating from the Texas Education Agency. “The extra effort of our staff and students has resulted in stellar achievement for our school district. I want to thank our staff for their commitment to high achievement for all students,” said Dr. Bobby Burns, superintendent of schools.


Press Release - C-FB ISD Anticipates Recognized Rating

Monday, June 7, 2010

June 3 School Board Meeting

In C-FB ISD, we are continually looking for ways to openly communicate with our parents, staff and community. We now be provide the regular School Board Meetings as video on demand segments. Please feel free to watch the School Board Meeting. We have also provided the "School Board Agenda" for your reference.



June 3 Board Agenda

June 3 School Board Meeting Recognition Photos

Wednesday, June 2, 2010

May 27, 2010 Board Meeting Photos

Barbara Bush and Ranchview Receive IB Authorization Giving C-FB an Elite Distinction

The Carrollton-Farmers Branch Independent School District (C-FB ISD) is proud to announce that Barbara Bush Middle School and Ranchview High School have received authorization through the International Baccalaureate Organization (IB) as a Middle Years Programme school. C-FB ISD, now, is one of the 146 elite districts and schools in the world that offer an IB continuum from kindergarten through twelfth grade. There are only 17 schools in North America that can claim this special distinction. C-FB ISD is the second public school district in North Texas to offer the IB continuum through all grades.

In C-FB ISD, we offer a Primary Years Programme for elementary students in kindergarten through fifth grades at Las Colinas Elementary and Good Elementary. The Middle Years Programme serves students at Barbara Bush Middle School and Ranchview High School in grades six through ten. At Ranchview High School, we offer a Diploma Program for high school students in grades 11 and 12.

The Middle Years Programme

Over the last three years, Barbara Bush Middle School and Ranchview High School have traveled a journey to become part of the International Baccalaureate community. Although, the Middle Years Programme is in its infancy at Barbara Bush and Ranchview High School, IB is already having an important impact on the campuses. Students are showing a willingness to participate in community service as they begin to view their school as a community and not just a place to complete schoolwork.

Mavon Wall, IB coordinator at Barbara Bush explains, “The staffs at Barbara Bush and Ranchview are using IB to help students become well rounded, confident, independent, life-long learners with the awareness that other cultures are part of their lives and differences only mean a better understanding of their place in the world. In an increasingly global marketplace, the internationally minded can have the edge. These students develop problem solving and critical thinking skills that help them be part of a world community which believes in understanding through education.”

The IB program curriculum itself is no different than any other in C-FB ISD. All schools must teach the required state mandated essential knowledge and skills. What sets apart the Middle Years Programme is the philosophy and the framework of presenting the curriculum. As Ms. Wall explains, “Teachers utilize active learner-centered approaches which focus on questioning, critical thinking and problem solving to involve learners so they can better understand curriculum.”

The Middle Years Programme also includes:
• Problem and project based learning is used to promote understanding.
• Collaborative and cooperative learning helps students achieve a common academic goal.
• All students participate in a second language, sustained and continuous over the five years of the program.
• Students complete a minimum of 50 hours in a technology which promotes the design cycle.

For more information about IB programs, visit www.ibo.org.

Thursday, May 27, 2010

May 27 School Board Meeting

In C-FB ISD, we are continually looking for ways to openly communicate with our parents, staff and community. We now be provide the regular School Board Meetings as video on demand segments. Please feel free to watch the School Board Meeting. We have also provided the "School Board Agenda" for your reference.



May 27 School Board Meeting Agenda

Friday, May 21, 2010

Kent Elementary Celebrates 20th Anniversary

Former and current staff and students came together to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Kent Elementary on May 18, 2010. The evening celebrated the great successes of the students, staff and PTA at Kent over the years. The audience welcomed back the former principals of the school, viewed items from the recently excavated time capsule and honored former students and staff.

Fifth Grade Career Fair is a Big Hit

Seven hundred and fifty students from nine elementary schools attended the Spring Fifth Grade Career Fair on May 20th. During this event, the students were given a unique opportunity to meet and interview 100 business professionals about their careers.

Fifth Grade Career Fair Facilitator, Michelle Capener, commented, "The purpose of the career fair is to expose fifth grade students to a wide variety of occupational choices prior to their entry into middle school. Our fair is unique in that the students actually get to interact with our volunteers on an individual basis. The intent is for students to identify potential careers of interest and to continue to achieve academically in order to meet their career goals."



Tuesday, May 18, 2010

May 13 School Board Meeting

In C-FB ISD, we are continually looking for ways to openly communicate with our parents, staff and community. We now be provide the regular School Board Meetings as video on demand segments. Please feel free to watch the School Board Meeting. We have also provided the "School Board Notice" for your reference.



May 13 School Board Agenda

Early College High School Honors First Graduates - Twice

The Early College High School (ECHS) of the Carrollton-Farmers Branch Independent School District opened its doors four years ago on the Brookhaven College campus. On June 4, the first graduating class of ECHS will walk the stage receiving their high school diplomas. The unique ECHS program allows students the opportunity to attend and graduate from high school while attending college. Students have the opportunity to receive two diplomas – one from ECHS and one from Brookhaven College.

The Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD is proud to announce the following students who were graduates and candidates for graduation at Brookhaven’s commencement ceremony on May 13, 2010.

Associate in Arts
Priscilla Marie Alvarez
Karla Esmeralda Betancourt
Isabel Delgado
Edgardo Dominguez
Edi G. Hernandez
Luis Manuel Espinal
Vivian Aileen Garcia
Henri Hernandez
Laura V. Hernandez
Adriana Medina
Melissa Murcia
Yesenia Pacheco
David Alejandro Pruneda
Griselda Rios
Faustino Rodriguez
Erick Rodriguez
Jamila Leslie-Swink Taylor

Associate in Science
Alexis Ademir Arevalo
Lucero Diaz
Casandra Patricia Evans
Mayra Alejandra Garcia
Arturo Gonzalez
Erika Yazmin Hinojosa
Hector Jhovanny Ortiz
Jessica Janeth Rodriguez
Blanca Miriam Sanchez
Yesenia Sanchez
Donovan Sengphaathit
Eric Torres

Tuesday, April 27, 2010

April 22 School Board Meeting

In C-FB ISD, we are continually looking for ways to openly communicate with our parents, staff and community. We now be provide the regular School Board Meetings as video on demand segments. Please feel free to watch the School Board Meeting. We have also provided the "School Board Notice" for your reference.



April 22 School Board Agenda

Friday, April 16, 2010

April 8 School Board Meeting

In C-FB ISD, we are continually looking for ways to openly communicate with our parents, staff and community. We will now be providing the regular School Board Meetings as video on demand segments. Please feel free to watch the School Board Meeting. We have also provided the "School Board Notice" for your reference.



April 8 School Board Meeting Agenda

Tuesday, April 6, 2010

March 25 School Board Meeting Video on Demand

In C-FB ISD, we are continually looking for ways to openly communicate with our parents, staff and community. We will now be providing the regular School Board Meetings as video on demand segments. Please feel free to watch the School Board Meeting. We have also provided the "March 25 School Board Notice" for your reference.




March 25 Board Agenda

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

This and That Around C-FB ISD

April 2 Is A Holiday
Well, although we had lots and lots of snow this winter, C-FB ISD didn't use both of the bad weather days in this year's calendar so there's no school in C-FB ISD on Fri., April 2. All C-FB ISD campuses and district offices will be closed. Have a safe and fun-filled holiday. But, be back ready to learn on Mon., April 5.

Still Time To Register To Vote in May School Board Election
If you are not registered to vote, you have until April 8, and you will be able to vote in the local elections scheduled for May 8.

Applications are available at most county government buildings as well as public libraries and post offices. Applications may be found on the Dallas County Elections Department website or the Texas Secretary of State's website.

Remember there's is a C-FB ISD School Board Election on May 8. For information about that election, check out the election page.


Creekview PTSA Offering Job and Volunteer Fair
If you are a C-FB ISD student between 14 and 19 years of age or the parent of one, you need to mark your calendar for the Summer Job & Volunteer Fair on April 8.

The Creekview High School PTSA is hosting the event from 7:00 - 8:30 p. m. in the Creekview High School cafeteria, 3210 Old Denton Road, Carrollton. This free event is open to students, ages 14 - 19, from all four C-FB ISD high schools.

Lots of area businesses and organizations are coming. Here's the ones we know so far: Speed Zone, Family Video, Best Buy, Albertsons, City of Carrollton Aquatics, Metrocrest Social Services, Brainworks, Dogs Rule Resort, YMCA, Operation Kindness, and more plan to attend.

District - C-FB Night with the Frisco RoughRiders
How about some baseball? On April 11 at 4 p.m. at the Dr Pepper Ballpark, 7300 RoughRiders Trail, Frisco, there is a C-FB ISD Night with the Frisco RoughRiders.

The cost is $16 and includes:
*Seat in the Bullpen Section
*All-You-Can-Eat hamburgers, hot dogs, chicken sandwiches and Dr Pepper Products
*RoughRiders Baseball Hat
*PlayBall Game Program

Now this sounds like a lot of fun: Children 12 and under get to run the bases immediately following the game.

This flyer has all of the details.

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

RLT Soccer Team Keeps On Winning


The R. L. Turner boys' soccer team won the area round of the 4-A state play-offs Tuesday night as the team defeated Paris North Lamar 8-0.

The R. L. Turner Lions will take on the Frisco Centennial Titans on Thurs., March 25 at 7:30 p.m at the Little Elm Stadium, 1151 East Eldorado Parkway, Little Elm, Texas 75068.

Directions

Ticket prices are $5 for adults and $3 for students. The Lions will be the home team.

Come out and cheer on the Lions.

Monday, March 22, 2010

Great Events Coming Up This Week

We have great action in C-FB ISD this week. On Tuesday evening, you have your pick of two outstanding soccer matches -- the Creekview girls' team and the R. L. Turner boys' team.



The Creekview girls’ soccer team, District 9-5A Champions, will play Sachse High School from District 10-5A in the first round of the plays-off on Tues., March 23 at 7:00 p.m. at the Richardson ISD Wildcat/Ram Stadium, 9449 Church Road, Dallas 75238. Creekview will be the home team.




The R. L. Turner boys’ soccer team won the bi-district game against Sherman 2-0 last Friday. The team now advances to the area round and will play the Paris North Lamar Panthers on Tues., March 23 at 7:00 p.m. at the Ron Poe Stadium, 2000 Doe Rollins Street, McKinney 75069. Tickets are $5 for adults and $3 for students. The THSCA pass and the 10-4A pass will be accepted. R. L. Turner will be the home team.



Then on Sat.,March 27 is the annual Kacie's Run which benefits the district's Special Olympics team. Come out and join us for either the 1 mile Walk/Run or the 5K Run at Standridge Stadium, 1330 W. Valwood Parkway, Carrollton. Registration begins at 7 a.m. For more information, visit: www.cfbisd.edu/kacie

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Texas is the first state to meet all the American Diploma Project’s five key college and career readiness measures. Press Release

In C-FB, we offer many options for students to help them prepare to be college and workforce ready. That's our vision!

Check out this video about the many options C-FB ISD offers in Career and Technical Education.



Also, you can watch the Career and Technical Education (CTE) presentation at the Feb. 25 School Board Meeting.

Monday, March 1, 2010

In C-FB ISD, we are continually looking for ways to openly communicate with our parents, staff and community. We will now be providing the regular School Board Meetings as video on demand segments. Please feel free to watch the School Board Meeting. We have also provided the Board Notice for your reference.



Feb. 25 School Board Meeting Notice

Thursday, February 18, 2010

Best Organized Used Book Sale Around


What started as a small organized book sale nine years ago has grown into one of the largest best organized Gently Used Book Sales in the North Texas area. From Feb. 25 to Feb. 28, the C-FB ISD Council PTA and the C-FB ISD Educational Foundation will host the Ninth Annual Gently Used Book Sale in Carrollton.

This book sale is an annual fundraising event for the benefit of the Carrollton-Farmers Branch Independent School District.
Proceeds support:
  • Student Scholarships
  • Teacher Grants
  • Student Enrichment Grants
  • PTA Program Grants
  • PTA Clothes Closet
  • Multi-Language PTA Brochures & Programs
  • Safe, alcohol-free and drug-free post prom parties for the C-FB ISD high schools.
Location
The sale location is easy to find:
Trinity Valley Shopping Center
2660 N. Josey Lane (Northeast corner of George Bush Tollway & Josey Lane in Carrollton)
Carrollton, TX 75006

Those who live in Carrollton call the shopping center, the “Target Shopping Center” since the largest store is, of course, Target.

Sale Hours & Prices
Thursday, February 25 - 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
$1 paperbacks, $2 hardbacks

Friday, February 26 - 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
75¢ paperbacks, $1.50 hardbacks

Saturday, February 27 - 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
50¢ paperbacks, $1 hardbacks

Sunday, February 28 - Noon to 6 p.m.
Box of Books Sale: $12 per box
25¢ paperbacks, 50¢ hardbacks

Since the sale’s product is provided by donations, you may also find DVDs and audio books as well as video tapes and even a few unexpected surprises.

The event is run by volunteers who have spent hours preparing the site and turning it into a gently used book store. It is unbelievable how organized the sale is. The volunteers have sorted the books into all types of categories, divided between children’s and adult sections with detailed signage. They even hand out maps to customers.

During the sale, volunteers help customers throughout the store and check-out. Cash is always the best, but checks are accepted with the necessary identification. They take MasterCard and VISA for purchases for $15 or more.

So drop on by the Gently Used Book Sale from Feb. 25 – Feb. 28. Reading is good for you, and your money is going to good a cause.

And, if you have books to donate, you can still donate by dropping them at the site. For more information, visit http://www.gentlyusedbooksale.org/.

Monday, February 8, 2010

In C-FB ISD, we are continually looking for ways to openly communicate with our parents, staff and community. We will now be providing the regular School Board Meetings as video on demand segments. Please feel free to watch the January 28 School Board Meeting. We have also provided the "January 28 School Board Notice" for your reference.



Jan. 28 School Board Agenda

Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Shoe and Sock Drive for Haiti

Middle school coaches in C-FB ISD are being innovative in an effort to raise donations for the children of Haiti. The coaches went barefoot on Feb. 1 and 2 to encourage students, families and community members to donate items towards a shoe and sock drive. Eric Costa, athletic coordinator at Barbara Bush Middle School, is organizing the drive for all the middle schools. Donations of new shoes and socks in any size can be dropped off at any C-FB ISD middle school.

The new shoes and socks are being collected for Samaritan's Feet during February to be shipped to Haiti. Donors can also contribute $5 by texting SHOES to 85944 in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. That will help buy a pair of shoes for a child in Haiti by adding a one-time charge of $5 to your phone bill.

Laced Up Drive for Shoes and Socks for Haiti

Monday, January 25, 2010

January 14 School Board Meeting Videos

In C-FB ISD, we are continually looking for ways to openly communicate with our parents, staff and community. We will now be providing the regular School Board Meetings as video on demand segments. Please feel free to watch the January 14 School Board Meeting. We have also provided the "January 14 School Board Notice" for your reference.



Jan. 14 Board Agenda