Recently, our elementary teachers opened their classroom doors for another district to observe how CMISD successfully integrates our math curriculum!
Caddo Mills ISD is excited to host Amy Ramsey, from the Hunt County Child Advocacy Center, for an informative presentation on keeping children safe while using technology. Join us for a virtual presentation using the link below on May 6, 2021! meet.google.com/qos-hfre-bwa
Since CMISD receives federal funding to support CTE courses, we periodically get audited to ensure our students are receiving appropriate services. We kindly ask parents of HS & MS students complete the following survey - https://tea.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9QzkrARUUFfCBA9
Lee and Griffis Student Councils met with Superintendent Luke Allison to help design the new inclusive playgrounds, which will be installed this summer at each elementary school. The students provided great feedback to ensure all students could enjoy the structures.
Air-Evac, in partnership with CMISD, will be having an event at the High School later this morning. A helicopter will be landing on-site for this event, so no need for alarm. We are excited with our partnership with Air-Evac and the services they can provide for our students.
Good afternoon Fox families! Please take a moment and read the attached message from our Superintendent of Schools.
Greg Hodges was named new principal of Caddo Mills High School at last night’s board meeting. Mr. Hodges previously served as Assistant Principal at CMHS. Congratulations to Mr. Hodges and his family!
Caddo Mills ISD is grateful for Keith Hopkins and his service to the school board. Tonight was Keith's last board meeting as he will be stepping down after years of dedicated service. We appreciate Keith’s contributions in making CMISD one of the best schools in the state!
It's a great day to be a Fox! Thank you to everybody that helped make this a special day. It would not have been possible without support from our entire community. Thank you for putting our children first! #CMHSgroundbreaking
Join us today at 2 for the official groundbreaking of the new Caddo Mills High School! Please use the construction entrance by the job trailer for access to the site. 3049 South FM 36
Due to technical outages on the state's testing platform, we had to suspend STAAR online testing today. We are proud of our students and staff for taking this obstacle in stride and maintaining positive attitudes. We will provide updates to the parents of the students impacted.
The window to apply for tuition-based PreK begins April 8th at the Roundup from 4:00-6:30 pm. See the attached image for more information.
Representatives from the Pastoral Alliance were recognized at the March School Board meeting for their dedication to serving our community and schools. This group has partnered with local churches and CMISD counselors to find ways to support teachers, students, and local families. Just a few of their projects include providing food boxes to families with the help of local food pantries, bringing goodie bags to staff members, an Angel Tree Christmas project, and provided outdoor picnic tables and Jenga sets for student lunches. The Pastor Alliance was started just three years ago, but has also made a huge impact! We appreciate each of you!
The official groundbreaking ceremony for the NEW Caddo Mills High School will be on Friday, April 9th at 2 PM. We invite all to attend! Join us at 3049 South FM 36 for this special event!
SAVE THE DATE: PreK and Kinder Roundup on April 8, 2021 from 4:00-6:30 pm
The TEA commissioner has granted Caddo Mills ISD's Missed School Days Waiver due to the February 2021 winter storm and its related impacts. We will not be making any adjustments to the current year calendar. The next student holiday will be April 1 & 2.
We hope everyone has an enjoyable and safe Spring Break! We wanted to give you a health and safety update as we cautiously move forward with our return to normalcy.
A reminder that tomorrow is EARLY RELEASE for all CMISD campuses.
Important news: CMISD will be applying for a waiver with TEA for the days missed due to the winter storm. We do not anticipate having to make up any days for the remainder of the year.
Good afternoon! CMISD's COVID-19 mitigation procedures will remain in effect for the time-being, however we are evaluating our protocols and will communicate any changes once the information is available. Thank you.