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LET’S TALK! SEND YOUR QUESTIONS, COMMENTS AND COMPLIMENTS TO CCISD.TX@K12-LETS-TALK.COM, OR TEXT US AT 361-600-3691.

SCHOOL HOURS PRE-K AND ELEMENTARY: 7:50 A.M. – 3:10 P.M. MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOLS: 8:50 A.M. – 4:10 P.M.

FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL TUESDAY,

August 10


Welcome to CCISD!

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e are looking forward to welcoming all of our students back to campus on Tuesday, Aug. 10, for the first day of the 2021-

2022 school year. With COVID-19 vaccines widely available, our families can look forward to seeing friends, educators, going to football games and enjoying a bit more normalcy. I am so grateful and proud of the continuing support the community has shown Corpus Christi Independent School District students and our educators throughout the pandemic. It means so much to all of us.

We are rested and ready to continue serving our community and providing your student with a high quality education. We continue to encourage you to share your questions and feedback. Please connect with your home campus or click “Contact us” at www.ccisd.us. Sincerely,

Dr. Roland Hernandez Superintendent of Schools

Jane D. Bell PRESIDENT AT-LARGE

Table of Contents

Attending CCISD Schools

School Supplies and Dress Code

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Breakfast and Lunch

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CCISD is the sixth largest non-urban city district and the second largest employer in Corpus Christi. The district includes eight high schools, 10 middle schools, 36 elementary schools and three special campuses. The district offers outstanding sports facilities, including the Cabaniss Field Sports Complex and the Corpus Christi Natatorium. Thanks to voter support of Bond 2016, both facilities received numerous upgrades. The upgraded field and swim facility allows CCISD to support student athletes’ academic and athletic goals. CCISD offers instruction for students of all ages. Elementary school programs

Transportation 5 Health Services

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Immunizations 5 Parent Communication

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Resolving Problems

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School Boundaries

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Attendance Requirements

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Special Education Services

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Student Conduct

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Reporting Bullying Incidents

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Early Release Policy

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Grading and Report Cards

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Grading Periods

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Report Cards

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No Pass/No Play

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Graduation Requirements

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Athletics 9 Dolly Gonzales Trolley

S. Jaime Arredondo

TRUSTEE DISTRICT 4

VICE PRESIDENT DISTRICT 2

CCISD Board of Trustees The Board of Trustees consists of seven members elected by voters to serve four-year terms. Trustees are volunteers who reside within the district’s boundaries. The Board votes on matters including school policy, curriculum, expenditures and building programs. Board authority is defined by federal and state law and regulations set by the State Board of Education. Trustees hold regular meetings on the second and fourth Monday of each month in the Board Room of the Administration Building located at 801 Leopard St. Agendas are posted at the Administration Building and on the district’s Board Meetings website. Meetings are live-streamed and archived. To access meeting recordings, visit the Board Meetings webpage.

John Longoria TRUSTEE DISTRICT 1

Buy Football Tickets Online

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CCISD Clear Bag Policy

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Corpus Christi Education Foundation

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Volunteering in Our Schools

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Registration

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Emergency Information

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Current and Returning Students

New Students

Emergencies and Drills

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Emergency Plan Terms

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CCISD Directory

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2021-2022 CCISD Facilities Map

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Parents and guardians of current and returning students will receive the 20212022 CCISD Online Re-Enrollment email notification before school starts on Tuesday, Aug. 10. This online form must be completed before the first day of school. Please be aware that the online returning student registration account is separate from the Home Access Center account and requires a separate login. The online enrollment web page provides detailed information on how to access and navigate the enrollment system. Additionally, a link to the district’s Student and Parent Handbook, which includes information on school attendance, discipline, campus life, curriculum and special education services, will be available via the online enrollment system.

Parents and guardians may enroll new students by visiting the campus or district website at www.ccisd.us or enrollment.ccisd.us. The online registration system allows parents and guardians to upload most documents, including copies of the birth certificate and proof of residence. Please be aware that documents must be uploaded before pressing the “submit” button on the application. Once the “submit” button is pressed, changes cannot be made. For a complete list of required documents, parents and guardians can contact their student’s campus. If access to a computer or laptop is not available, connect with the school of interest.They may be able to provide access to a device.

Los Encinos Elementary School student Khloee Bustamante has a memorable experience with a butterfly that just emerged from its habitat!

ASSISTANT SECRETARY DISTRICT 3

CCISD continues to monitor the spread of COVID-19 and receives regular guidance from state and local officials regarding response, prevention and mitigation efforts. We will continue to educate our students, staff and community members on measures used to help prevent the spread of infectious diseases. Following Gov. Greg Abbot’s executive mask order, CCISD no longer requires face coverings on district properties. The change applies to all students, staff and visitors. However, anyone who prefers to continue wearing a mask may continue to do so. The district also encourages those who have not received a vaccination to continue wearing a mask when in public. Additionally, the district will produce a reopening guide for the 2021-2022 school year. A draft of the guide will be available for review and public comment later this summer.

CCISD Job Opportunities

Alice Upshaw Hawkins

Dr. Tony C. Diaz

CCISD Overview of COVID-19 Safety Measures

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For online enrollment or re-enrollment verification, please visit enrollment.ccisd.us or the website for your school of interest.

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SECRETARY AT-LARGE

Don Clark

cover pre-kindergarten through 5th grade, middle school spans 6th through 8th grade and high school includes 9th through 12th grade. In addition, the district offers cooperative programs and partnerships with educational institutions such as Del Mar College, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi and the Craft Training Center.

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Health Services

School Supplies and Dress Code Schools require students to bring basic supplies (paper, pencils, scissors, etc.) to class. Students may be asked to purchase additional supplies for individual classes. For a complete listing of supplies for each grade level and campus, contact your child’s school. The district distributes school supply lists to local retail stores. School supply lists are also on the CCISD website, www.ccisd.us. Dress code requirements are determined at the school level. Contact your child’s school for details or visit the campus website.

All CCISD campus cafeterias participate in the Community Eligibility Provision program, allowing all students to receive a free lunch and free breakfast every school day. Parents and guardians will not complete a free and reduced lunch application but will need to complete a district income survey. The district must continue to obtain economic status data on students attending CCISD campuses to remain compliant with state reporting and receive money for grants and programs. The income survey is part of the online registration process.

My School Bucks

Corpus Christi Independent School District 2021-2022 School Supply Lists Elementary School Supply List

Breakfast and Lunch

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Kindergarten

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Grade 4

Grade 5

Zipper pouch Supply box

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0 1

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1 0

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Large primary pencils Number 2 pencils

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2 12

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Blunt scissors 8 oz. bottle white glue

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Glue sticks Jumbo crayons (8-count)

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Crayons (24-count) Large eraser

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Package pencil top erasers Pocket folders with brads (solid colors) polyvinyl

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Handwriting tablet (Mead Hytone) Spiral notebooks (solid color, 70 count, one subject, wide-ruled)

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Package notebook paper (200 count, wide-ruled) 2” 3-ring binder (Rdg/LA)

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1” 3-ring binder (Math) Package notebook dividers (5 tab)

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Map pencils (12-count) Ballpoint pens (blue or black ink, not erasable)

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Large box facial tissues Yellow highlighters

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Headphones (1 pair) Washable markers

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Composition notebook wide ruled Composition notebooks college ruled

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Mead primary journal, half-page ruled, grades K-2, 100 sheets Expo dry erase marker set

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Lysol wipes Hand sanitizer (at least 60% ethanol or 70% isopropanol)

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Paying for second school meals or a la carte food is convenient and fast with our no-fee online service. Parents and school staff have the opportunity to prepay online through www.myschoolbucks.com. By creating a secure online account, parents can easily manage their student’s cafeteria account. Additional benefits of the online service include viewing purchase history, low balance and expired credit card notifications and auto-pay options. MasterCard, Visa and Discover are accepted. Cash or checks will also continue to be accepted at the school cafeterias.

Transportation CCISD offers school bus transportation for students who live 2 miles or more from their home school. Bus route and bus stop eligibility and route assignments are based on the student’s physical address as maintained in the CCISD student database. Students residing within 2 miles of their assigned school may have transportation available if their neighborhood qualifies as hazardous. The district uses the

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MIDDLE SCHOOL AND HIGH SCHOOL Check with individual teachers for additional supplies

1 Package of pens (black or blue) • 3-ring binder (teachers may recommend specific type) 2 Spiral notebooks 1 Clear zipper pouch for supplies 2 Lysol wipes 1 Package #2 pencils • Map pencils • Notebook paper, white, regular ruled 4 Composition notebooks • Glue stick 1 Hand sanitizer (at least 60% ethanol or 70% isopropanol)

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hazardous transportation rating system per state and local policy. For more information regarding transportation eligibility and bus routes, contact the Office of Transportation at 361-6957610. For assistance with Special Education transportation services, call 361-695-7611. To register for transportation, visit www.ccisd. us/Departments/Transportation and select CCISD Transportation Documents.

NOTE: Transportation department personnel cannot enter or edit information in the district’s student database. For address changes, parents should contact the registrar at their child’s campus.

In the case of injuries or illnesses during the school day, a school nurse is available at every campus. The parent or guardian listed on the enrollment application will be contacted when an injury or illness occurs. Please list additional emergency contact phone numbers when completing the emergency contact information during the online enrollment process. Parents or guardians should contact their student’s school with any changes to emergency contact numbers. All prescription medications to be given at school will require written authorization signed by the physician and parent. For more information, contact the school nurse or the Office of Student Health Services at 361-8782680, ext. 44926.

Immunizations All students shall be immunized according to Texas school immunization requirements. Please visit their website for additional information, www.dshs.state. tx.us. The COVID-19 vaccine is not currently a required immunization. However, CCISD does encourage all parents and guardians to consider getting vaccinated as more doses are readily available. Exclusions from compliance are allowable for medical contradictions or reasons of conscience. The school nurse can provide guidance on age-appropriate immunization schedules. Acceptable proof of immunization includes a physician-validated history of illness or personal immunization records from a licensed physician or public health clinic. A student who meets one of the following criteria may be provisionally enrolled: • Transferring from one Texas public or private school to another. • The student is defined as homeless according to the federal McKinney Vento Act. • The student has received at least one dose of each specified age-appropriate vaccine and is on schedule to receive subsequent doses. The student must not be overdue for the next dose to be considered provisional. To remain enrolled, the student must complete the required subsequent doses in each vaccine series on schedule and as rapidly as medically feasible and provide acceptable evidence of vaccination to the school. The Corpus Christi - Nueces County Public Health District will continue to immunize students interested in a COVID-19 vaccine, those who are on Medicaid, do not have insurance or are underinsured. For more information on eligibility criteria, contact the Public Health District at 361-826-7238. Parents who have CHIPS, private or commercial insurance will need to see their medical provider for more information on schoolrequired vaccines. For more information regarding immunization requirements, call the Office of Student Health Services at 361-878-2680, ext. 44926. BACK TO SCHOOL GUIDE 2021-2022

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Parent Communication At CCISD, we love sharing news about students’ and the district’s accomplishments. For the latest information regarding CCISD, like our Facebook page and follow us on Twitter and Instagram. Campus websites and official campus social media accounts are also excellent resources of information. Visit www.ccisd.us/Schools to find a specific campus web address and information on transportation, food services, athletics, events and much more. The district also utilizes SchoolMessenger, an automated email, phone and text messaging system to stay in touch with parents and employees. Information shared includes parent and guardian reminders, school closure

information and emergency notifications. To receive phone messages, make sure your telephone information is up-to-date. To opt-in to receiving text messages, text “Y” or “Yes” to 67587. The “Let’s Talk!” customer service platform also helps CCISD families get the answers they need. Let’s Talk! is an always-on communication channel where we welcome questions, comments, concerns, suggestions and compliments at any time. Visit us at www.ccisd.us and click the red “Contact us” tab on the right side of the screen. Email us at ccisd.tx@k12-lets-talk.com, or text us at 361-600-3691. A district employee will respond within two business days.

Resolving Problems CCISD believes in a strong partnership between home and school, a partnership that thrives on communication. CCISD’s goal is for all students and staff to be treated with dignity and respect. To resolve a problem or bring a concern to the district’s attention, follow the chart below.

Classroom concern

How to Get Help Determine your concern

Call a teacher Is the concern resolved?

Campus concern If you cannot determine who to call, contact CCISD Communications Phone: 361-695-7410 Email: ccisd.tx@k12-lets-talk.com Text: 361-600-3691

District concern

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Contact School Leadership

Elementary Schools

Middle Schools

High Schools

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School Boundaries

Special Education Services

CCISD assigns each student to a specific elementary, middle or high school campus based on a student’s home address. To determine which school a child should attend, go to the district’s website, www.ccisd.us, and click on “School Boundaries” to look up specific addresses to determine the attendance zone. For more information on school boundaries and attendance zones, please contact the Office of Assessment and Accountability at 361844-0396.

CCISD employs an educational process that links students to various support options, including but not limited to a referral for a special education evaluation. Students having difficulty in the general education classroom should be considered for tutorial, compensatory and other support services available to all students. If a student continues to experience learning difficulties, parents and guardians may contact the school principal to learn about the district’s support services. If a student is currently receiving special education services and assistance resolving any concerns is needed, contact: · The school principal. · The district’s Senior Director for Special Education. · The Region 2 Education Service Center. Parents and guardians may also contact the Texas Education Agency (TEA) to request voluntary mediation, file a complaint, or file a request for a due process hearing before an impartial hearing officer. Before filing a request for a hearing, confidential mediation may be scheduled at no cost. For more information regarding student options, call the Office of Special Education at 361-878-2684 or visit the TEA Legal Services, Special Education Dispute Resolution website at www.tea.state.tx.us.

Attendance Requirements Attending school every day and arriving on time is crucial to a student’s academic success.

Student Conduct All students and parents may access the Student and Parent Handbook on the district’s website, www.ccisd.us. For more information on student conduct, contact the Office of Student Support Services at 361-695-7242.

It’s Texas State Law!

• State law requires that students attend class regularly to receive credit. • Ten or more unexcused absences in a six-month period may result in legal action. What counts as an excused absence? • Personal illness. • Observance of a religious holy day. • Other legitimate reasons that are acceptable to the school principal. What if I need to miss school? • If a student is absent, the parent or guardian must call the school that day to report the reason for the absence. • Students must also submit a written note from the parent describing the reason for the absence.

Reporting Bullying Incidents

For more information on attendance requirements, contact the Office of Student Support Services at 361-695-7242.

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The district prohibits bullying on school property, at school-sponsored or school-related activities or in any vehicle operated by the district. Bullying may include verbal or written expression, expression through electronic means or physical conduct. Bullying is not tolerated in CCISD. Anyone who believes a student has experienced bullying or has engaged in bullying should report the incident immediately. Retaliation against anyone involved in the reporting process is a violation of district policy. • Bullying can be reported orally or in writing to a teacher, school counselor, principal or district employee. • Bully reports may be submitted anonymously through our online bullying reporting system (Report a Bully). The Report a Bully system can be found on the district’s main page, www.ccisd.us, and the main page of each district campus page.

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Early Release Policy

Athletics Athletics are an integral part of the district’s curriculum, and participation in a variety of team and individual sports is part of many of our students’ education. CCISD offers the following sports for high school athletes: baseball, basketball, cross country, softball, football, swimming, diving, wrestling, volleyball, tennis, golf, track and soccer. Middle school sports include basketball, cross country, volleyball, football, tennis, golf, swimming, diving and track. To participate in athletics, each student

A student may be released during school hours to the person who signed the student’s enrollment form, to the person who has legal custody of the student, or to a person who has written permission to have the student released. Proof of identity must be presented to the school office.

Grading and Report Cards CCISD distributes progress reports and report cards during and at the end of each grading period to notify parents/ guardians about how their student is performing academically in school. Parents/guardians must sign and return report cards each grading period. All academic subject grades are based on a numerical scale of 0-100. Any grade below 70 is failing.The district’s grading guidelines are available at each campus and on the CCISD website at www.ccisd.us/StudentsParents. The 2021-2022 school year will be on a semester system with six-week grading periods.

Grading Periods 1st: Aug. 10-Sept. 17 (28 Days) 2nd: Sept. 20-Nov. 5 (29 Days) 3rd: Nov. 8-Jan. 6 (29 Days) 4th: Jan. 10-Feb. 25 (29 Days) 5th: Feb. 28-Apr. 14 (28 Days) 6th: Apr. 19-June 1 (31 Days)

Report Cards All CCISD schools provide report cards six times during the year, shortly after the end of each six-week grading period. To see grading period dates as they become available, visit www.ccisd.us/StudentsParents.

No Pass/No Play Under the state’s “no pass/no play” law, a student must pass all courses for the previous reporting period to be eligible to participate in extracurricular activities. Failure to meet this requirement eliminates a student from competition or performance. The student is allowed to practice or rehearse with other students. For more information on grading and report cards, contact individual campuses.

Graduation Requirements Students meet their graduation requirements by completing the required number of credits and passing five statewide endof-course exams in the areas of English I (reading and writing), English II (reading and writing), Algebra I, Biology and U.S. History. Incoming 9th graders will have an option of selecting one of two high school graduation plans. They include the Foundation Plan and the Foundation + Endorsements Plan and an opportunity to earn the distinguished level of achievement.

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in grades 7-12 must have a physical on file and a completed medical history form on file at their school before participating. The Office of Athletics provides a CCISD Student/ Parent Athletic Handbook at the beginning of each school year. The handbook includes information on eligibility guidelines, UIL policies, TEA and district policies. Additional forms and requirements, along with the CCISD Student/Parent Athletic Handbook, can be found at corpuschristiisd.rankonesport.com.

Each of these plans requires students to choose one of the following endorsements: Arts and Humanities; Business and Industry; Public Services; Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM); or Multidisciplinary Studies. Courses within each endorsement are designed to prepare students for college and career opportunities in their program(s) of interest. For additional information and details about particular course credits, consult your high school counselor.

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Buy Football Tickets Online

For the 2021-2022 school year, the CCISD Office of Athletics is offering football tickets online. To purchase online tickets, please visit www.ccisd.us, click on “Athletics” under “Departments,” scroll to “Football Ticket Info,” choose “Game by Game tickets” and make your selection. Students from each campus can also purchase tickets online during the week of the game. Fans can purchase a reserved parking pass online for games at Cabaniss Field Sports Complex and/or Buccaneer Stadium. Reserved parking passes purchased online can be picked up at the CCISD Office of Athletics located at 2805 Oso Dr. For more information, call the Office of Athletics at 361-695-7650.

CCISD Clear Bag Policy CCISD has implemented a clear bag policy to improve district safety and security for students, staff and visitors. The clear-bag policy is required at all athletic high school and middle school events held at Cabaniss Field Sports Complex and Buccaneer Stadium. Clear tote bags may be plastic, vinyl or PVC. They may not exceed 12 inches by 12 inches by 6 inches. A small clutch bag no larger than 4.5 inches by 6.5 inches — approximately the size of a hand— (with or without a handle or strap) is approved. Other bags, such as backpacks, will not be allowed in the stadium.

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The Corpus Christi Education Foundation (CCEF) is a non-profit organization that raises funds to support CCISD. With the support of our donors and sponsorships, the CCEF awards funds to classrooms, schools and districtwide initiatives that promote innovation, a culture of college readiness for all, and recognize student achievement and teaching excellence. For more information on the CCEF, including ways to donate, visit www.ccefccisd.org or call 361-695-7412.

Volunteering in Our Schools Parents/guardians and community members interested in volunteering on CCISD campuses or at school-based functions will need to complete the online annual volunteer application form. Volunteers who were previously approved by the district will need to reapply each school year.

For more information on the volunteer process and to access the application form, visit ccisd.us/HumanResources/ CCISDVolunteers.

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Canvas and Home Access Center

Emergency Information

CCISD is providing videos to help support parents and students that use Canvas. Scan the QR code to watch the video series.

Emergencies that require police assistance should be reported immediately by dialing 9-1-1. In addition, CCISD Police Services can be contacted at 361-289-9247. The Superintendent of Schools will determine whether a school will close due to bad weather (flooding,natural disasters, etc.) or other emergencies. CCISD announces closures as soon as a decision is made. Announcements are posted on the CCISD website, www.ccisd. us, the CCISD Facebook page, CCISD Twitter account and via SchoolMessenger, the district’s telephone and text emergency notification system.

How to Use Home Access Center - HAC

1. Login to HAC.

Type in your User Name (g-username). Type in your Password.

Access Center - HAC

2. Home Screen - Once you login you will see the Home Screen:

Emergencies and Drills CCISD Job Opportunities Job announcements are updated every business day and posted throughout the year. All jobs are advertised for a minimum of 10 working days and will show their original posting date. To see current job postings, visit www.ccisd.us/ HumanResources.

ll see the Home Screen: The Home Access Center provides CCISD families with access to student-related information, grades, report cards and much more!

CCISD is committed to the safety and security of students, faculty, staff and visitors on its campuses. CCISD will continue to follow the Standard Response Protocol and its emergency actions of Lockout, Lockdown, Evacuate and Shelter-in-Place.

DISTRICT SECURITY EMERGENCY PLAN TERMS

3. Configure Alerts and Your Account.

On the Home Screen, click on the parent’s name. A. Click My Alerts to configure Alerts.

EVACUATION - Requires all staff and students to leave the building. Evacuation can be highly effective if it can be completed before the arrival of the hazard; can involve fires, bomb threats, and gas leaks.

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change challenge questions. SHELTER-IN-PLACE - Students and staff remain in the building, windows and doors are sealed and all

ventilation systems are shut off. Limited movement is allowed. Shelter-in-place is most effective during emergencies involving hazardous materials, which produce toxic vapors outside of the facility. Taking shelter inside a sealed building is highly effective in keeping students and staff safe.

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CORPUS CHRISTI INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT

2021 2022 SCHOOL CALENDAR

FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL: AUG. 10 AUGUST 2021

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AUG. 10: FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL

SEPT. 6 ...................................LABOR DAY

1st ............. AUG. 10 - SEPT. 17 (28 DAYS)

ES ....................................7:50 - 3:10 (440)

NOV. 22 - 26 .................. THANKSGIVING

2nd ............. SEPT. 20 - NOV. 5 (29 DAYS)

JUNE 1: LAST DAY OF SCHOOL

STUDENT HOLIDAYS SEPTEMBER 27

JANUARY 31

OCTOBER 11

MARCH 11

JANUARY 7

APRIL 18

JAN. 1 ......................... NEW YEAR’S DAY JAN. 17 ......................................MLK DAY MARCH 14 - 18 ...............SPRING BREAK

INTERSESSIONS OCTOBER 12-15

DEC. 20 - DEC 31 ...........WINTER BREAK

FEBRUARY 1-4

APRIL 15...................... .....GOOD FRIDAY

GRADUATION DAYS

MAY 30.......................... MEMORIAL DAY

TBA

JULY 4 .................... INDEPENDENCE DAY

3rd .................NOV. 8 - JAN. 6 (29 DAYS) 4th ...............JAN. 10 - FEB. 25 (29 DAYS) 5th ...............FEB. 28 - APR. 14 (28 DAYS)

MS & HS .........................8:50 - 4:10 (440) TOTAL MINUTES PER DAY ...................440 TOTAL MINUTES PER YEAR ............76,560

6th ............... APR. 19 - JUNE 1 (31 DAYS)

TOTAL TEACHER WORK DAYS ...........187 TOTAL SCHOOL DAYS: .......................174

1st SEMESTER ............... AUG. 10 - JAN. 6

TEACHER START DAY ..............AUGUST 2

(86 DAYS) 2nd SEMESTER ..............JAN. 10 - JUNE 1 (88 DAYS)

( ) Begin and end of grading period [ ] Begin and end of semester

APPROVED BY THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES: APRIL 26, 2021 LEGEND:

HOLIDAY/BREAK FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL

TEACHER PREP DAY

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

LAST DAY OF SCHOOL

INTERSESSION

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