CISD is looking for parents, business owners, residents and civic leaders in the community who wish to serve on the Canutillo Bond Accountability Committee (CBAC). CBAC is an independent committee charged with overseeing the proper completion of the $44 million bond voters approved in 2011. The committee meets on a monthly basis to discuss projects and make recommendations to the Board of Trustees. Interested volunteers are asked to complete the application and submit by email to email@example.com, or drop off application at the CISD Administrative Facility, 7965 Artcraft.
Canutillo Independent School District is part of a larger community of engaged and caring individuals and organizations. Each month, the Board of Trustees officially accepts donations to the District. Thank you donors for your continued support of the CISD family!
Two more Canutillo High School seniors this week accepted scholarships from separate colleges to continue their athletic careers while earning a college education. Josiah Williams will play baseball at ENMU and Bryan Baca will play football at USF in Joliet, IL.
More than 450 well-behaved and character-savvy students at Bill Childress Elementary School in the Canutillo ISD, received a pair of new tennis shoes courtesy of the B Strong Shoe Give-Away by the Braden Aboud Foundation. The students earned the shoes by demonstrating positive behavior.
Nearly 200 Canutillo High School seniors went on a movie date Friday to watch the “Cesar Chavez” biopic, all courtesy of a local organization that aims to increase leadership skills among Hispanics students. The students who attended the movie were given another opportunity to reflect on the lessons Chavez imparted.
Congressman Beto O’Rourke visited Northwest Early College High School on Friday to talk to members of the National Technical Honor Society and the Business Professionals of America. The Congressman talked about his work in Washington, D.C., and his vision for the region. Students had the opportunity to ask questions of the freshman legislator.
Canutillo Independent School District is part of a larger community of engaged and caring individuals and organizations. Each month, the Board of Trustees officially accepts donations to the District. As a form of gratitude, we list all approved donations to CISD on our website. Thank you, donors, for your continued support of the Canutillo ISD family!
The Canutillo High School Math Team continued its outstanding season with yet another amazing performance. This time, the team took third place in the statewide Texas Math Science Coaches Assocation Math Meet in San Antonio. The Canutillo High School Math Team is one of the best in the region and the state. Go Eagles!
Canutillo High School student Giselle Acosta is among the top public speakers in Texas high schools and she has earned a spot in the Future Business Leaders of America national tournament in Nashville, Tenn. The FBLA tournament is later this spring. In total, 13 CHS students placed in state competition. Good luck in Nationals, Gisselle! Go Eagles!
Superintendent Dr. Pedro Galaviz, Canutillo High School Principal Dino Coronado and Alderete Middle School Principal Marnie Rocha attended the prestigious Marzano High Reliability Schools Summit in Denver during the spring break. Attendance to the summit is by invitation only, and CISD was one of only two Texas districts to be invited.
Two Canutillo Independent School District educators and a District parent and tutor received the top three awards during this year’s Bilingual Education Emphasizing Multicultural Settings Conference at the University of Texas at El Paso. CISD took three prizes during the event, the most of any other school district.
Bill Childress Elementary School’s Science Squad members are doing their part to keep the community clean and planet healthy — all while raising much needed funding. Way to go Bill Childress students!