Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Turner Student Wins 2012 Verizon Community Leader Award

R. L. Turner student Joon Choi has been awarded the 2012 Verizon Community Leader Award. Joon is one of 10 recipients chosen from 200 nominees for this award.

In the fall, Joon will be profiled on the NBC 5 “Inside High School Football” program aired on Saturdays at 12:00 pm. Recipients are chosen based on their activities at school, in the community, and how they exhibit Verizon’s core values—integrity, respect, performance excellence, and accountability.

Verizon will donate $1000.00 in the Joon Choi’s name to the RLT Band.

Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Ready. Wet. Play! Hawaiian Falls Summer Splash Camps

There’s more fun in every direction at Hawaiian Falls this summer! Don’t miss the awesome new ride at The Colony, both riders are launched simultaneously, traveling in opposite arcs around a large bowl at up to 40 mph. Enjoy 16 new rides at 5 parks all with 1 Season Pass Only at Hawaiian Falls Waterparks – more at!

Educational Foundation 2012 Teacher Grant Award

From left to right, Claire McLoughlin; Cindy Randle, Educational Foundation Board of Director; Linda Villemarette, PTA Representative and Principal of Blalack, Les Black

“Big Books by George”
Congratulations to Blalack Middle School teachers Claire McLoughlin and Carolyn Lane for their innovative teacher grant, “Big Books by George,” which was funded by the C-FB ISD Educational Foundation in 2012.

Big Books will be utilized by the teachers to instruct, assess and modify curriculum based on the individual needs of each student. Each lesson plan promotes concept development and student involvement while supporting listening, writing, speaking and researched responses. This project will allow hands on experience while learning math, science, social studies and comprehension.

Friday, May 25, 2012

Athletics and Fine Arts Recognition 2012

On May 17, students who achieved state-level, national level and international level recognition in Athletics and Fine Arts were honored for their achievements.

NSHS Athletes Sign With Colleges

On May 15, three seniors from Newman Smith High School signed with their respective colleges, receiving scholarships for their academic and athletic achievements.
  • Allison Crawford will be playing volleyball for Odessa College.
  • Kelsey Morrison will be playing volleyball for the University of Texas in Dallas.
  • Mathew Patterson will be playing baseball for Abilene Christian University.

Annie Heads Rainwater - Mini Documentary 2012

This 4 minute documentary tells the story of Annie Heads Rainwater, a civil rights advocate who helped to integrate the schools in Carrollton. Annie Heads Rainwater Elementary is named in her honor.

Writer/Director: R.L. Turner AMAT student Brittany Gipson

Ranchview Volleyball Player Signs With Richland College 2012

On May 23, RHS Senior, Makenzie Francis, signed her letter of intent to play volleyball with Richland College. Francis maintained an average of 3.74 in all of her classes over 4 years, making her "easy to recruit," according to Coach Smith, who explained to students in attendance the importance of academics and the pursuit of college.

Good Elementary Offers "Sneak Peek" of New Campus - 2012

On May 23, Good Elementary hosted a “Sneak Peak” of their new campus, which will open in the Fall of 2012. The construction was paid for through a 2003 Bond Referendum.

Kent Elementary Field & Water Day 2012

On May 24, students at Kent enjoyed Field and Water Day.

Congratulations and Best Wishes to Our Retirees

On May 22, C-FB ISD honored our team members who are retiring this year. Superintendent Dr. Bobby Burns told the retirees, "Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. said, 'We must use time creatively, and forever realize that the time is always ripe to do right.' This is your time. I hope you use it well - enjoy yourself, relax, and continue to inspire others. Remember, you will always be a member of the Carrollton-Farmers Branch team. We wish you the best as you begin a new phase of your life."  We, indeed, wish you the best.  Thank you for your dedication to our students and staff.

Thursday, May 24, 2012

Town North Bank Presents $28,000 in College Scholarships to Seven C-FB ISD Graduating Seniors

Town North Bank, located in Dallas, hit $359,000 in scholarships and 113 scholarship recipients after giving away the bank’s 2012 scholarships. Seven Carrollton-Farmers Branch Independent School District (C-FB ISD) seniors received $4,000 each. They are Christian Rafael Covarrubias and Soledad Diaz, R. L. Turner; Raquel Rodriguez and Jalicia Chenne` Smith, Newman Smith; Treslyn Larae Holden and Allison Nicole Price, Creekview; Daniela Jocabed Ortiz, Ranchview.

Smith Hosts Successful Book Swap

Newman Smith held its 1st annual “Book Swap” for students.  The “Book Swap” was organized by English Teacher Amanda Leader.  In two days,  students exchanged 3,045 books.  This effort was in additional to the campus' “Silent Sustained Reading Program” through the school Library where students checked out 30,202 books this year as compared to 11,543 books the previous year.

Smith Debate Places at State UIL Tournament

The Newman Smith Debate team competed at the UIL State Championship Tournament on May 21 and 22 at the University of Texas. Four NSHS students were qualified for the tournament and all four placed in the top ten in the state of Texas.

Individual results are as follows:
  • Tanya Ranan-3rd place Persuasive Speaking 
  • Diana Pop-5th place Informative Speaking 
  • Sarah Grace Withers- 6th place Lincoln Douglas Debate 
  • Michael Schrag-7th place Persuasive Speaking

Turner Teacher Named 2012 Texas History Teacher of the Year

R. L. Turner teacher Robyn Elliott was the 2012 Texas History Teacher of the Year. The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History, HISTORY®, and Preserve America are honored to celebrate the outstanding work that Robyn does in the classroom. A panel of teachers, administrators, and academics from your state selected Robyn for her use of primary documents in the classroom, the level of inspiration that she provides to students and her career achievements in education.

As the 2012 Texas History Teacher of the Year, Robyn will receive a $1,000 award, a certificate of recognition, an archive of books and historical resources presented in her name to the Turner school library, and an invitation to attend a 2013 Gilder Lehrman Teacher Seminar. Robyn is also a finalist for the $10,000 National History Teacher of the Year Award.

Blalack Middle School Earns Jostens National Yearbook Designs Recognition

The 2010-2011 Bear Tracks yearbook has been recognized for excellence as the best-of-the-best in design and creation and is featured in the 2012 Jostens Look Book. The Look Book is a collection of spreads and photos from outstanding yearbooks and their creative themes, cool covers, dazzling designs and photography. Along with design excellence, the annually published Look Book honors the important role well-crafted yearbooks play in helping school chronicle the experiences, stories and achievements most relevant to student and their academic year.

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Retirement Celebrations

In C-FB ISD, our team is top notch! We have the best staff that work tirelessly to help us meet our goal of high achievement for all students. Several of our wonderful employees have decided to retire this school year.  We invite you to join in the celebrations to honor these individuals.

Retirement Celebrations 

New Pins on the Parenting Young Children Pinterest Board

Check out our new pins on the Parenting Young Children pinterest board. There are pins with ideas and tips on:

  • letter recognition
  • phonics and phonemic awareness
  • spelling
  • cooking with your children
  • ABC books
  • and more...

Need summer childcare? Join Summer After the Bell

Need summer childcare? Join Summer After the Bell (ATB)
Program Information:
  • Ages - 5 year olds through completing 5th grade. Must be enrolled in C-FB.
  • Educational enrichment, field trips, swimming and recreational activities.
  • Dates: Monday, June 4 through Friday August 17, 2012 from 7:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. Open Monday through Friday except Wednesday July 4, 2012. 

Turner FastTrack Wins First at NASCAR Student Racing Challenge

The Turner FastTrack RC Lions/METSA team competed at the 2011-2012 NASCAR Student Racing Challenge competition on Saturday, May 19 in Kinnapolis, NC and placed first in six events.

  • 1st place- 2011-12 Points Race 
  • 1st place- 2012 Finals overall 
  • 1st place- Race events 
  • 1st place- Aerodynamics race 
  • 1st place- Creative Engineering 
  • 1st place- Pit Challenge Competition 
  • 2nd place- Oral presentations 
  • 3rd place- Alternative Energy 
  • 3rd place- Visual Design 

Smith and Turner Students Named National Merit Scholarship Winners

More than 2,500 winners of National Merit Scholarships financed by U.S. colleges and universities were announced today by National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC). Officials of each sponsor college selected their scholarship winners from among the Finalists in the 2012 National Merit Scholarship Program who plan to attend their institution.

The National Merit Scholarship winners are:
Angelica Webb,  R. L. Turner
Probable career field: Law

Michael J. Schrag, Newman Smith
Probable career field: Chemical Engineering

Rebecca N. Reeves, Newman Smith
Probable career field: Early Childhood Education

Shifa H. Mirza, R. L. Turner
Probable career field: Biomedical Engineering

Memorial Day Holiday

Monday, May 28 is a district holiday in honor of Memorial day. Campuses and district offices will be closed. Classes will resume on Tuesday, May 29.

Early Release Times for May 30, 31

The early release days for exams are May 30 and 31, 2012.
The early release schedule for exams is as follows:
  • High Schools release at 11:30 a.m. 
  • Middle Schools release at 12:10 p.m. 
  • Elementary Schools release at 1 p.m. 
  • Bea Salazar will release at 10:35 a.m. 
  • Mary Grimes and Early College High School will not release students early on these days. 
Buses for the schools will run according to the early release schedule.

C-FB ISD is on Pinterest

Check out our new Boards on Pinterest:

  • Summer Learning Activites
  • iSee Technology
  • Parenting Young Children
  • I Love to Read!
  • Teacher Tools
  • And More...

Friday, May 18, 2012

Lady Wolves Win State Championship in Track and Field

The Lady Wolves Track & Field team competed at the Texas High School State Track & Field Championships in Austin, TX. The Lady Wolves placed seventh overall out of 46 teams with a total of 24 points. Senior Michaela Williams placed fourth in the Triple Jump, sophomore Jasmine Frazier placed sixth in the 100 meter hurdles, junior Antonisha Stewart placed seventh in the 100 meter hurdles, and the 4 x 100 m relay composed of junior Shyandrea Jackson, junior Antonisha Stewart, senior Janay Grant, and junior T'ara Howard placed first.

This is video link of the  state champion  Lady Wolves win in the 4 x 100 m relay.

Turner Students Win Civic Participation Competition

A team of students from R. L. Turner attended the Annette Strauss School of Government sponsored Civic Participation Speak Up! Speak Out! competition. The team researched a student-chosen community problem, developed a proposal, and then defended that proposal before community judges at UTD in Richardson. The team identified the problem of cheating.  The team was awarded first place and received $300 to begin implementation of the proposal. Team members are sophomores Noemi Rosales, Valerie Fix, Karina Zuniga and freshman Michelle Park.

Davis Students Host iPad Showcase

On May 1 at Davis Elementary, bilingual second grade students hosted an iPad showcase. School Board members, district administrators and staff listened to the student's presentations. The campus received some of the iPads from a grant form the Educational Foundation.

Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Turner High School Lionette Alumni Dinner

The Turner High School Lionette Alumni Dinner is Sat, May 19 at 6 p.m.  in the R. L. Turner High School Cafeteria. The cost is $20 at the door. Lionettes, friends and family are invited. RSVP to Rebecca Buck at

McCoy Students Give Musical Performance 2012

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"THE EVENT" 2012 - Employee & Volunteer Appreciation Day

On May 4, over 3,000 faculty, staff, volunteers & their families visited the Old Downtown Carrollton Square for "THE EVENT," an appreciation day with free ice cream, chair massages, vendor booths, petting zoo, bounce house, face painting and more. The event was paid for by local businesses. Thanks to everyone who made the event a huge success!

Good Elementary Students Give IB Presentations

On May 4, students at Good Elementary presented their IB presentations to classrooms on topics ranging from the American Revolution to Greek Mythology.

Perry Middle School Hosts "Because We Care Fair"

On May 3, Perry Middle School hosted the "Because We Care Fair" in the library. Students represented various causes ranging from the environment to human trafficking. Students visiting the fair could buy tickets, depositing a ticket into a collection booth of the cause they wanted their money to support.

Ranchview High School Participates in ExecuPal Program

On Apr. 5, Ranchview High School participated in the ExecuPal program in which the Principal and a local business person exchange roles for a day.

Polk Middle School Holds "Flash Mob" to Promote Physical Fitness

On May 3, Polk Middle School held at Flash Mob celebrating the importance of physical fitness. As a part of the Let’s Move campaign, students performed a flash workout to encourage healthy active living.

Monday, May 14, 2012

C-FB Girls' Track and Field Athletes Win Six Gold Medals at State Meet

C-FB Girls' Track participants won an amazing six gold medals at the UIL 4-A State Track and Field Meet held in Austin. Melissa Gonzales of Creekview won gold medals in both the 100m hurdles (13.92) and the 300m hurdles (41.65). Courtney Okolo of Newman Smith is the repeat state champion in the 400m run and in doing so she set both a 4-A and and overall state record time of 52.40. Courtney added a second individual gold medal in the 200m dash (23.87).

The Ranchview girls' 4 X 100 relay won the gold medal in the 3A division of the UIL State Track and Field Meet. In a very exciting race, they won with a time of 47.45 over second and third who finished in 47.73 and 47.75 respectively. Shyandrea Jackson, Janay Grant, Antonish Stewart, and T'Ara Howard are the members of the 4 X 100 relay for Ranchview.

And the Newman Smith 4 X 400 relay team repeated as state champions with a time of 3:47.11 just edging out Lancaster who had beaten Newman Smith at regionals. Members of the relay team are Adriana DeLaRue, Mia James, Timeka Sandifer, and Courtney Okolo.

Friday, May 11, 2012

Trojan & Lady Trojan Basketball Camp

Smith High School - Trojan & Lady Trojan Basketball Camp
  • June 4-6, 1pm – 4pm
  • Held at Newman Smith High School, 2335 N. Josey Lane, Carrollton 
  • Cost is $50 per student.
  • For incoming 2nd-9th grade girls and boys 
  • Basic skills and fundamentals will be taught. 
View the sign up form here: 
For more information, contact: Julie Lowrey 972-968-5306

RHS Chapter of Becca’s Closet Provides Formal Wear to Needy Teens

After collecting over 300 articles of formal clothing, the Ranchview High School chapter of Becca’s Closet opened up for the prom season throughout March and April. On Mar. 31, Apr. 21, and Apr. 28, the chapter gave out close to 50 articles of formal wear to students throughout Dallas. The dresses and suits were all given out for free to the students to help make their proms more affordable. The RHS chapter has been collecting donations since March 2011 under founder Hena Rafiq and sponsor Elizabeth Mahaffey. Students looking to get free formal wear for future formal dances, or students wanting to donate old dresses and suits can visit for more information.

Perry Students Create “Giving Tree” of Thanks & Appreciation

Students at DeWitt Perry Middle School completed reading The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein, in early May. Upon completion of reading, each student wrote a message of thanks or appreciation to a teacher, creating their own “Giving Tree.”

Thompson Elementary Hosts Cinco de Mayo Celebration

On May 4, Thompson Elementary held it’s annual Cinco de Mayo Celebration with traditional food, music, dancing, face painting and bounce house. Special guests included C-FB ISD Ballet Folkloric.

RHS Students Learn Dangers of DWI and Texting While Driving

To help prepare Ranchview students for their prom on May 5, Liberty Mutual of Irving sponsored the Prom Crash Car Event May 3-4. A wrecked car was on display in front of the campus, along with photos of teens who were killed as a result of drunk drivers. Juniors and Seniors received a parent letter explaining the event and a parent-teen driving contract during their advisory classes. Liberty Mutual representative, Lillian Muniz, talked with students during lunchtime and provided additional information about texting and driving, teen passengers and teen auto fatalities.

RHS and RLT Students Receive TASSP All-State Academic Excellence Scholarship

Ted Tak, senior at Ranchview, and Taylor Poydence, Turner senior, have been selected by the Texas Association of Secondary School Principals (TASSP) as a member of the TASSP All-State Academic Excellence Team. This prestigious award was designed to recognize Texas high school seniors for their outstanding academic achievements and the rewards of superior scholarship. Only 20 students in the state receive this honor.

NSHS Debater Recognized With NFL’s Highest Honor

Newman Smith High School Debate student, Sarah Grace Withers, has been recognized by the National Forensic League with its highest honor, Premier Distinction.

Withers is the 7th student in the history of Newman Smith to receive this honor and the first student in the history of C-FB ISD to receive this honor while still in the 11th grade. Withers is the 3rd student at NSHS to receive the honor of Premier Distinction this year.

Expo for Special Education Families

Live the Dream Expo is May 19 from 12 noon to 4 p.m. at Ranchview High School, 8401 Valley Ranch Parkway E, Irving.  The free Expo includes exhibitors, activities for children and informative sessions.

Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Check Out the New Future C-FB Website

Check Out the New Future C-FB Website

A quality education is important to parents, whether you are a first-time parent or you are parenting your grandchild. In the Carrollton-Farmers Branch Independent School District (C-FB ISD), we have one goal – high achievement for all students. As a parent of a young child, we are committed to helping provide you with the valuable resources you need to help your child be successful – even if they are not school-age quite yet.

Read our Parenting Young Children Blog often at We will provide research, information, tips, curriculum and parenting resources. Check back often as we will post content frequently.

Special Night to Honor Award-Winning Athletics and Fine Arts Students

C-FB ISD is beginning a new tradition of recognizing our students and staff for their tremendous accomplishments in Athletics and Fine Arts.  On May 17 at 7 pm in the R. L. Turner Auditorium, the district will honor all the many students and staff who have won exceptional awards in the areas of athletics and fine arts.

Please join us on May 17 as we celebrate the great achievements of our fine arts and athletics groups. 

Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Open Enrollment. New Opportunities.

We know that families have options when making decisions about education for their children. And, now some families living outside the boundaries of the district have an option to choose Carrollton-Farmers Branch School District (C-FB ISD) because of limited open enrollment.

For more information about Open Enrollment visit

May 3 School Board Meeting Recognitions - Congratulations VIPs, Students, Staff and Business Partners

Congratulations VIPs, Students, Staff and Business Partners

Ranchview Went Green for Earth Week

The Eco Club at Ranchview high School celebrated Earth Week by participating in two community recycling events. The first event on April 14 helped Keep Carrollton Beautiful recycle unwanted electronics. The second event on April 21 helped the Valley Ranch Homeowners Association recycle household items like electronics, ink jet cartridges, and batteries. During the week, Ranchview held "dark activities", a “green-out “ event, a green bake sale with proceeds going to Bangladesh to buy water filters, and a campus-wide clean-up. In all, over three hundred students participated in some aspect of Earth Week.

Pictured: Tyler Weaver, Stephanie Garza, Alex Weinholz, James Andrews enjoy summarization activities outside during Earth Week.

C-FB ISD Announces Principal Assignments

The Carrollton-Farmers Branch Independent School District (C-FB ISD) Board of Trustees approved principal appointments at its regular meeting on May 3, 2012. The appointments will be for the 2012-2013 school year.

Saturday Is Local Election Day

Polling Places for C-FB ISD School Board Election
Saturday, May 12, 2012
Polls open: 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Dallas County Elections Department oversees the C-FB ISD School Board Election. Here is the department’s website:

The Dallas County Election Department will post election returns for all local elections that the department is overseeing, including the C-FB ISD School Board Election. Click here for election returns after the polls close on Saturday, May 12.

Am I registered to vote? Secretary of State's Website

Monday, May 7, 2012

Smith Students Place in Top Ten at International DECA Competition

Newman Smith had 13 students qualify for international competition at the DECA conference. There are over 15,000 students competing from all 50 states, Canada, China, Germany and Guam. The competition was very stiff with anywhere from 100 to 150 competitors in each event.

J.J. Echaniz and Michael Chi were named one of the top 10 teams for Financial Services Team Decision Making. 

We Appreciate Our C-FB Staff

We appreciate every staff member in C-FB ISD for their effort, commitment and hard work.  Thank you for all you do every day for our students and community.
If you haven't thanked a C-FB ISD staff member, please take the time to do so. Here are some suggestions for ways to thank C-FB staff members from our Pinterest board

Thursday, May 3, 2012

Creekview Girls' Track and Field Team Qualifies for State, Places Second at Regionals

The Carrekview Varsity Girls' Track and Field Team finished second as a team at the Regional track meet.

Melissa Gonzalez, Ngozi Nweke, and Kasie Trigg qualified for the State Track Meet in individual events. The 4x400 relays also qualified-Melissa Gonzalez, Kasie Trigg, Olivia Smith, and Sami Gonzalez.

Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Smith Golfer Finishes Fourth at State Tournament

Newman Smith golfer Eji Kwon placed fourth at 149 during the 4A State Golf Championship. Congratulations.

Ranchview Student Wins National Merit Scholarship

Ranchview senior Ted Tak received a $2500 scholarship through the National Merit Scholarship Corporation. Ted is also a 2012 National Merit Finalist.

Tuesday, May 1, 2012

C-FB Track and Field Athletes are State Bound

C-FB ISD had some outstanding performances at the Region II-3A and Region II-4A Track and Field Meets this past weekend and from those meets we had a number of state qualifiers. 

Summer School 2012 - Exploration Academy and SAGE

Come check out the exciting classes offered this summer at our registration nights: May 8 at Thompson Elementary, 2915 Scott Mill Rd., Carrollton from 4:30 – 6:30 p.m. Or register online at Exploration Academy and SAGE website.
Informational/Promo video

Student Nutrition is Going Green

Student Nutrition is Going Green
For 2012-2013, free and reduced lunch meal applications will be online.  The district has been making special efforts to reduce our paper usage in order to decrease our negative impact on the environment. Be watching for more information about the online applications in July and August.

Kent Cardinals Recycle Bottles for Earth Day

On Apr. 20, the Kent Elementary Student Council conducted a school wide water bottle recycling contest in celebration of Earth Day 2012. The city of Carrollton supplied recycling boxes for the project. Each grade level deposited their empty water bottles in recycling boxes for one week. Over 2,000 water bottles were collected for recycling.

Ranchview Wolves Participate in Green Activities for Earth Week

The Ranchview High School Eco Club celebrated Earth Week by participating in two community recycling events; Apr. 14, the Wolves helped Keep Carrollton Beautiful Recycle unwanted electronics, and on Apr. 21, the Wolves helped the Valley Ranch Homeowners Association recycle household items including electronics, ink jet cartridges, and batteries.

Through the course of Earth Week, Ranchview held a “green-out” event, Dark Activities (using natural ambient light instead of electric light), a green bake sale with proceeds going to Bangladesh to buy water filters, and a campus-wide clean-up. Over three hundred students participated in the RHS Earth Week programs.

RHS Academic UIL Team Heads to Regional Meet

On Mar. 24, the Ranchview High School Academic UIL Team won its sixth straight District championship at the District 12-3A UIL Spring meet. The students won a combined total of 53 medals, including 20 first place individual medals and 11 first place team medals. The academic contests include multiple competitions in mathematics, science, journalism, literature, speech, social studies and spelling. The team is preparing for the Regional meet at Texas A&M Commerce on Apr. 21.

Four Trojan Debaters Qualify for State

On Apr. 21, the Newman Smith Trojan Debate team competed in the UIL 4A Region 2 Tournament at the University of North Texas. The Trojans won the Region Championship for the second consecutive year. NSHS Debate is sending four students to the UIL state championship tournament to be held at the University of Texas in May.

Creekview Arts and Crafts Fair

This Saturday from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. there will be an Arts and Crafts Fair at Creekview High School. Vendors from around DFW have purchased booths/tables for the event, and will be selling their items.

There are still some open spots for vendors on Saturday. If you have a hobby or side business (jewelry, scarves, nativity sets, pottery, toilet seat covers, fine art), consider purchasing a table for the fair. Reservations can be made through Thursday. If you have any questions about the event or how to register as a vendor, please contact our organizer Meryl Wilson at

Softball and Baseball Play-Off Games

Ranchview softball, champion of District 12-3A, had a first round bye. They will play an area round series against Sanger High School beginning this Thursday, May 3, at Frisco Lone Star High School, 2606 Panther Creek Parkway, Frisco. Game 1 will be played at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 3. Game 2 will be played at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, May 4. Game 3, if needed, will be played 30 minutes after the completion of Game 2. Tickets for each game will be $3.00 for adults and $2.00 for students.

C-FB ISD Event Dates Calendar

Check out what is happening in C-FB: C-FB ISD Event Dates Calendar