Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Future C-FB: Parenting Young Children: Fourth of July Fun

Future C-FB: Parenting Young Children: Fourth of July Fun: This fun July 4th craft will help your little ones develop fine motor skills.  Enjoy the fireworks!

Did You Know?

Over the summer we will sending out "Did You Know?" tweets. Be watching for interesting facts and fascinating kudos info about C-FB! Check them out on our Twitter and Facebook pages.

We Need You!

C-FB ISD is looking for committed community members, parents and business partners interested in learning more about the district. We are offering free informative training on how to become a Community Ambassador for C-FB ISD and public education in Texas.

Community Ambassador Academy
  • July 19 and August 9 from 11am - 1pm with lunch provided 
  • Meetings held in the C-FB ISD Board Room, 1445 North Perry Road, Carrollton 
  • For more information call 972-968-6186 or email cfbinfo@cfbisd.edu
  • Training provided by Friends of Texas Public Schools 

Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Monday, June 18, 2012

Future C-FB: Parenting Young Children: No Mess Fun for Little Ones

Future C-FB: Parenting Young Children: No Mess Fun for Little Ones: Try this fun activity with your young child: Paint in ziplock bags, taped to table. Great distraction, no mess! Check out more Parentin...

Thursday, June 14, 2012

Congrats MVPs!

While our teachers are the heart of the district, the backbone is a group classified as full-time auxiliary, paraprofessional, and non-campus-based support professional team members. We honored 19 individuals through the recognition program -- Making the Vision Possible (MVP) this year. The MVP award recognizes these employees for helping “Make the Vision Possible” … they support our classroom teachers so our students can achieve to the highest level possible. Employees were nominated by fellow employees for exhibiting leadership, innovation, service, cooperation, and teamwork. 

See their photos from the School Board Meeting recognition.

Congratulations MVPs:

Paula  Arrington Blalack
Mendy Barajas Ranchview
Robbie Barkley Technology Department
Marilyn  Bell Ranchview
Maria Cadena Vivian FIeld Middle School
Dee Canada Personnel - Human Resources
Elizabeth Castaneda R.L. Turner
Jeanne D'Amico TLC/Advanced Academic Services
Misty Grimm Warehouse
Debbie Grindell Division of Support Services
Kim Kockritz Technology Department
Ricardo Manzanera DeWitt Perry MS
Paula Morrow Educational Services Division
Patty Parker TLC/Advanced Academic Services
Aaron  Prado Technology
Rick Sands Technology
Debbie Sparks Blair Elementary
Micaela Vargas Turner / Administration 
Paul Wilson Strickland Intermediate

Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Turner, Creekview and Smith Make List of Top High Schools in Nation

Did you know? Turner, Creekview and Smith are in Washington Post's list of the top American high schools! http://ow.ly/bqgtB

Looking for Fun Actiivties This Summer? Check Out Our Pinterest Board

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Thursday, June 7, 2012

Creekview High School’s Safe Driving Campaign Earns Top 10 National Ranking

Carrollton’s Creekview High School Works to Change Peers’ Behaviors about Safe Driving

Students at Creekview High School in Carrollton are working to reduce risky driving behaviors that lead to motor vehicle crashes, the number one killer of teens. Earlier this year, Creekview High was awarded a $2,000 Project Ignition grant to implement their “Good Habits + Careful Driving = Arriving Alive” campaign. Project Ignition is a service-learning program sponsored by State Farm® and coordinated by the National Youth Leadership Council®.