Our Grizzlies have settled into the 2017-2018 school year and we are off and running! Tomorrow your students will bring home the September school calendar. This is what we have coming up:
Monday, 9/4/17 – Labor Day Holiday
Tuesday, 9/5/17, 5:30 – Elementary night at CHS Volleyball games
Wednesday, 9/6/17, 6:00 – 1st, 2nd, 3rd, grade Parent information/Title 1 meeting
Thursday, 9/7/17, 6:00 – 4th, 5th, grade Parent information/Title 1 meeting
Thursday, 9/7/17 – Progress reports
Monday, 9/25/17 – Beginning of 2nd six weeks
Thursday, 9/28/17 – Report cards
Friday, 9/29/17 – First Six Weeks Awards Assembly by grade level
PTA has purchased a new gym floor, once it is installed we will have a Ribbon Cutting and our Open House. Please check your student’s weekly newsletter for additional September events.
Enjoy your long weekend!
Parents should bring their student with them to registration. Parents must present photo ID. To complete the registration process, please bring the following: Student’s Social Security card, certified copy of the student’s birth certificate, immunization record, and proof of residency(utility bill)
An added benefit of the recent Microsoft agreement approved by our Cleburne ISD Board of Trustees gives our district employees and students up to 5 copies of Microsoft Office to install on their personal computer.
In the event that weather conditions are severe enough to delay or prevent the opening of schools, announcements will be released from CISD administration through the Skyward Family Access and School Reach notification systems, posted on the CISD website homepage and on District social media. DFW media outlets will also notified.
Decisions regarding delayed starts/closings are made no later than 6 a.m. on the day in question.
Gerard Elementary is one of 218 schools statewide recognized by the
Texas Education Agency for its efforts and success in closing the performance
gap in reading and math. Gerard was named a 2014-15 High-Progress
Title I School, based on its 2014 STAAR scores in the reading and math
assessments. As a High-Progress School, Gerard placed in the Top 25
percent in annual improvement/demonstrating the ability to close performance
gaps. Gerard was one of two Johnson County schools to receive this recognition.