• Will our kids still have to take the STAAR Test?

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    The STAAR Test has been cancelled for the 2019-20 school year.

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  • "Extended Spring Break," what does that mean?

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    The closing of schools was based on the Coronavirus pandemic, and the fact that it occured after the scheduled Spring Break is entirely coincidental.

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  • How will official communication happen?

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    Official district communication will take place on FB and our website. Unless it is official CMISD Communication, please disregard.

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  • Why did the district shut down?

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    We hope by shutting down that we can help slow the spread of COVID-19. We also want to help our clinics, hospitals and health care officials by not overwhelming them with spread of any other illnesses as well.

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  • Will we shut down past May 4th?

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    The district will continue to assess the situation as is changes.  We will be in constant communication with state and local authorities to help in our decision making.
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  • Will we have to make up this time?

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    There are a lot of unknowns at this time.  We have minutes built into our current calendar, bad weather days and waivers that we can file with the state.  Our focus right now is keeping our students, staff and community safe.
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  • Will we still have graduation?

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    It is way too early to make that decision.  Our venue is rented and we are proceeding as normal with graduation at this point.
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  • What happens with extracurricular activities?

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    Our extracurricular activities are shut down at this point.  We will reevaluate as we approach re-opening.
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  • What happens with Dual Credit classes?

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    Juniors and Seniors should be in contact with TAMU-Commerce professors to make sure that they are up to date on their classes.  Dual Credit classes are the student's responsibility.
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