Middle School UIL Results 6th Grade Kynzee Cornelius, 3rd Place Spelling Riley Dunn, 4th Place Spelling Riley Dunn, 5th Place Ready Writing Brylan Guzman, 6th Place Ready Writing Sophia Lugo, 4th Place Number Sense Riley Dunn, 5th Place Listening Kynzee Cornelius, 6th Place Editorial Writing Hunter Cruz, 6th Place Chess Kynzee Cornelius, 4th Place Calculator Sophia Lugo, 5th Place Art 7th Grade Brylie Pope, 5th Place Ready Writing Tristen Wilson, 6th Place Modern Oratory Marissa Munoz, 4th Place Listening Brylie Pope, 4th Place Impromptu Speaking Dylan Riley, 6th Place Chess Cole Davis, 1st Place Calculator Kiana Sanchez, 3rd Place Art Brylie Pope, 6th Place Art 8th Grade Grace Riley, 4th Place Spelling Emma Davis, 6th Place Spelling Samuel Dunn, 3rd Place Social Studies Samuel Dunn 4th Place Science Emma Davis, 1st Place Ready Writing Samuel Dunn, 5th Place Ready Writing Samuel Dunn, 2nd Place Oral Reading Emma Davis, 5th Place Oral Reading Xiomara Lopez, 1st Place Music Memory Jackie Castillo, 2nd Place Music Memory Emma Davis, 2nd Place Modern Oratory Emma Davis, 3rd Place Math Jacob Gonzalez, 4th Place Math Samuel Dunn, 1st Place Maps, Graphs, Charts Emma Davis, 4th Place Maps, Graphs, Charts Grace Riley, 6th Place Maps, Graphs, Charts Eric Cordonnier, 1st Place Listening Samuel Dunn, 5th Place Listening Samuel Dunn, 2nd Place Impromptu Speaking Emma Davis, 5th Place Impromptu Speaking Madison Deleon, 6th Place Impromptu Speaking Emma Davis, 3rd Place Editorial Writing Samuel Dunn, 4th Place Editorial Writing Jacob Gonzalez, 5th Place Editorial Writing Hayley Proa, 2nd Place Editorial Writing Emma Davis, 1st Place Dictionary Skills Arianna Aguayo, 2nd Place Dictionary Skills Jacob Gonzalez, 2nd Place Chess Grace Riley, 3rd Place Chess Adam Ovalle, 4th Place Chess Samuel Dunn, 1st Place Calculator Eric Cordonnier, 3rd Place Calculator Emma Davis, 4th Place Art Anessa Rendon, 5th Place Art
Elementary UIL Results Kindergarten Halle Morris, 5th Place Oral Reading Halle Morris, 4th Place Story Telling Brooklyn Paul, 6th Place Story Telling 1st Grade Adeline Deady, 5th Place Oral Reading Kinley Mitchell, 1st Place Story Telling Adeline Deady, 2nd Place Story Telling Brooklyn Dominguez, 4th Place Story Telling 2nd Grade Bella Almarez, 3rd Place Story Telling Amberlii Lopez, 5th Place Story Telling Burke Gowens, 6th Place Story Telling Arien Bryand, 1st Place Creative Writing 3rd Grade Emily Garcia, 4th Place Oral Reading Emmett Cruz, 6th Place Ready Writing Emmett Cruz, 5th Place Spelling 4th Grade Novalee Salazar, 6th Place Music Memory Ryan Salas, 1st Place Number Sense Mathew Rocitas, 6th Place Number Sense Lilah Ramirez, 6th Place Oral Reading Ryan Salas, 4th Place Ready Writing Novalee Salazar, 3rd Place Spelling Ryan Salas, 4th Place Spelling 5th Grade Deni Lynn Davis, 5th Place Number Sense Andrew Garcia, 6th Place Number Sense Michael Garcia, 3rd Place Oral Reading Brice Gowens, 4th Place Listening Cameron Jones, 5th Place Listening
Below is a link to the Middle School Basketball Tournament at Jayton. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1z4l0oj60o5hR95dLza7DMDdw8rGDOo4y/view?usp=sharing
We want to encourage everyone to attend our athletic contest and to cheer for our Chieftains when they compete on the court. When you attend our games, you help us build a culture of "Together We Are Stronger" and your cheering adds an element of excitement for our student athletes, However, just as contests could not exist without rules, and just as the players have to abide by rules on the court, you too have to follow the rules in the stands. The guidelines below were implemented during the 2018-2019 basketball season and will continue this year. * Please do not disrespect or degrade others in any way. * Understand that student athletes will make mistakes and no participant should be ridiculed at any time because of their efforts. * Respect the decisions of the officials. * Home seating is on the East side of the Gym; Visitors will sit in the West stands. * The Northwest section of the stands will be reserved for CCISD students. * The Northwest section will also be used for overflow seating when needed. The game administrator will determine when this is necessary. * When special circumstances arise, individuals may wish to sit with out of town family members. Please inform the game administrator when this occurs. * Finally, you are a guest of our school and should act like one. Winning is an admirable goal of competition, but it is nothing if it comes at the expense of morals, ethics, and common sense. Should you have any questions about our guidelines for our basketball season, please contact CHS Principal, Hector Dominguez at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (806) 675-7331.
The link below contains a letter to Secondary Families from Mr. Dominguez. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1vmT_BAiQ6QkAo5hCdGKngNfXvkf-2mcj/view?usp=sharing
We were very saddened to learn of the tragedy that has hit our community. Counselors and Grief Support will be available today in CCISD. Should you have any questions or concerns for your child, please contact the appropriate campus administration.
November 11, 2019 Smoke Signal Clink on the link below to see what's happening at Crosbyton Secondary this week. https://www.smore.com/4z93p
November 4, 2019 Smoke Signal Click the link below to see what's happening this week at Crosbyton Secondary. https://www.smore.com/m5vhb
Chieftain Sound Fans traveling to the Alamodome, please note that there is a Clear Bag Policy for the Alamodome. Additional information can be found at www.uiltexas.org. Tickets are available in advance through Ticketmaster. Be advised that a Ticketmaster imposed service charge will apply. Website: www.ticketmaster.com or Phone: (800) 745-3000. No food; balloons; air horns; signs that are hung or connected to poles or sticks; no weapons; and no selfie sticks will be permitted inside of the Alamodome. Spectator parking is available in LOT C for $15.
Click on the link below to see what's happening this week at Crosbyton Secondary Schools. https://www.smore.com/dzuvm
It’s Rivalry Week at CHS! Monday: Pajama Day. You can’t go wrong with wearing pajamas to school. Tuesday: School Colors Day. Wear school shirts but make it fun by seeing who comes up with the craziest outfits at CHS. Wednesday: Formal Day. Class up the school by dressing to the nines. Wear your ties, suits, and formal dresses. Thursday: Costume Day. Wear your costumes to school. Please avoid costumes that involve weapons. Friday: Super Hero Day. Dress as your favorite Super Hero as we celebrate our Super Seniors. HS students, please remember to keep your costumes dress code appropriate throughout the week.
The Burning of the C is back!! Please join us on Tuesday, October 29 at 7:15 pm for a Community Pep-Rally. It will take place on the West side of Chieftain Stadium behind the Visitors Gate. We are in need of old jeans to wrap the C. We’d appreciate and welcome your donation. Jeans can be dropped off at the HS Office. Thanks for your support! Mr. Dominguez #StrongerTogether
The CHS Student Council is ready to kick off a productive school year. Today they attended the District 5 Fall Workshop at Lubbock-Cooper HS and came back with exciting ideas for CHS. They are kicking off their first fundraiser of the year. Mr. Dominguez has agreed to take a pie to the face. Secondary Students and Teachers can see any CHS Student Council member for their chance to PIE Mr. Dominguez.
Crosbyton CISD is accepting applications for a part time bus driver. A CDL is required. Applications are available at the Administration Office, 104 W. Main.
The Chieftain Sound will march in the UIL State Marching Band Contest at 11:30 am on Tuesday, November 5. Full details on times and tickets can be found at the link below. https://www.uiltexas.org/music/marching-band/state
Smoke Signal Click on the link below to see what's happening at Crosbyton Secondary this week. https://www.smore.com/ahj49
Smoke Signal Clink on the link below to see what's happening at Crosbyton Secondary this week. https://www.smore.com/uwaxk
Chieftain Nation, I've been told that we once had a Burning of the C downtown. I'd love to bring this tradition back and am hoping that we can pull it off this school year for our game against Ralls. Would anyone in the community know where this letter C might be or is there anyone willing to reconstruct the C for our students and community? I look forward to your feedback. Hector Dominguez
Crosbyton Secondary is happy to announce that Zailly Almaraz is our new MS Secretary. Please help us in welcoming Mrs. Almaraz to our Team! We want to thank Ms. Cruz for her years of service as our MS Secretary and are happy to announce that she will be taking on a Special Education role at the District Level.
Smoke Signal Click the link below to see what's happening at Crosbyton Secondary this week. https://www.smore.com/bs7vh
Chieftain Sound, we’ll see you on Saturday! #RoadToState
Here's what's happening at Crosbyton Secondary this week. (click the link below) https://www.smore.com/yp0jx
The circle drive in front of the middle school, old primary school, is open for pick up today due to the severe lightning. Please use caution when picking up children today. Thank you
This is a message from CMS. The Dimmitt vs Springlake-Earth game is currently in a weather delay. Anticipated start time for CMS will be between 6:30 pm to 6:45 pm. Campus administration will keep you posted on any other delays that may come.
Crosbyton Secondary Schools along with Voice of Hope and the Crosby County Juvenile Probation Office will be presenting The Dangers of Sexting: What Teens Need to Know on Friday, September 20th at 10:00 am in the HS Gym. Parents/Guardians are welcome to attend the presentation. You may give permission for your child to opt out from attending this presentation. Forms for opting out will be sent home with Secondary Students on Monday, September 16th and will need to be returned to the students 3rd Period Teacher before Friday. Should you have any questions, please contact Mr. Dominguez at 675-7331.
Crosbyton HS received a report of a possible threat this afternoon. The administration and the Crosby County Sheriff's office immediately investigated this report. Thankfully the reported threat was found not to be credible. We encourage everyone in our school to report anything that makes them feel uncomfortable, and we appreciate those that came forward to make us aware of this situation. We also want to thank the Crosby County Sheriff's office for their prompt response to our call for assistance. Student safety is our number one concern, and we will continue to take the appropriate steps to keep our students safe while they are in our care.
Crosbyton Secondary Families, We got off to a great start Week 1 with attendance. We had an average daily attendance rate of 99%. In Week 2 we dropped significantly to 96%. Student attendance matters. Please reference the Student Handbook for expectations regarding student attendance. A copy of the handbook can be found on our website at www.crosbyton.k12.tx.us.
On behalf of the students at CHS I’d like to thank everyone that was in attendance at last nights football game. It was amazing to see a sea of purple in the stands supporting our Chiefs, Cheerleaders, Mascot and Chieftain Sound. Our year has gotten off to an amazing start and the support of our community last night was the icing on the cake to end our first two weeks of school. Again, thank you for your support and we hope that you will continue to pack our stands. Together we are STRONGER! -Hector Dominguez
Crosbyton CISD is proud to welcome all students to athletic events. These events are fun and exciting for all individuals. All Crosbyton CISD students must remain with their parents at all CCISD Athletic Events. Students will not be allowed to roam, play behind bleachers or near the concession stand, or stand along the white retaining wall. All student behavior is expected to be school appropriate. Any student caught using foul language or participating in actions deemed inappropriate by CCISD Administration will be removed from the game and asked not to come back. The CCISD Administration thanks all students and parents in advance for their cooperation and compliance with these expectations. We look forward to seeing you at the football games supporting our Chiefs, Cheerleaders, Mascot, and Chieftain Sound.
On Tuesday 8/27 and Thursday 8/29, Mr. Dominguez will be hosting parent information meetings in the cafeteria at 6:00 pm. Secondary Parents are encouraged to come on either night. If these two dates do not fit your schedule and you’d like to meet, please contact the HS Office to make an appointment.
Season Athletic Passes for all home athletic contests are available for $70. Additional passes are available for $50 each with a limit of 5. The sixth pass purchased by a single family will be $70, and then an additional 4 can be added. This pass does not include away games or playoff games. There are no reserved seats for athletic contests. Senior citizens are free, but they must have a card. You may purchase cards for students, but it would be cheaper to pay for them at the gate. Passes can be purchased at the CHS Office.
Here's whats happening at Crosbyton Secondary this week. #ExcellenceForAll #CCISDLearns https://www.smore.com/fc67j
With the next phase of construction underway at the Middle School and Administration Building, the circle drive is no longer available. High School students will need to be dropped off in the student parking lot area alongside of the Ag Building and Elementary students should be dropped off at the Cafeteria. Should you have any questions, please contact the appropriate school office at 675-7331.
Mr. Dominguez will be hosting a meeting for church leaders at CHS on Friday, August 16th at 2:00 pm to plan 5th Quarters for the football season. If your congregation would like to host but you are unable to attend, please contact Mr. Dominguez at email@example.com.
A STOPPED SCHOOL BUS: WHAT DO I DO? Texas State law requires that drivers stop when a school bus is operating a visual signal-either red flashing lights or extended stop arm (TRC 545.066). However, many Texas drivers are uncertain as to when they need to stop for a school bus. Here are a few guidelines to reduce driver confusion, thus providing a safer environment for our children. #BackToSchoolSafety
Secondary School Supply List https://docs.google.com/document/d/1LTkSlFoHqzk9YqS_RAGlCzG46A-XLBxN-6ha32qYUzc/edit?usp=sharing Amazon List for School Supplies https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/1J0XF15UE4CQN?ref_=wl_share Art Supply List https://docs.google.com/document/d/1PigjkB0lyqy0H3eWoHWLpdyLakTyKS09irvysttjHAg/edit?usp=sharing
Crosbyton CISD is accepting applications for maintenance workers. Experience with general maintenance is preferred. A commercial driver license or the ability to acquire a CDL within the first six weeks of employment is required. Applications are available at the CISD Administrative offices located at 104 W. Main.
Portraits of Seniors receiving their diploma are ready. Print prices are $2.99 for a 5x7 and $3.99 for an 8x10. If you'd like them printed, please email Mr. Dominguez at firstname.lastname@example.org with the picture size and quantity. Orders will be placed on Wednesday, June 26th.
School Supply Lists for the 2019-2020 Secondary School year are being mailed with report cards. An Amazon Wishlist has been created should parents prefer to skip the school supply lines at stores. You can use the link below. Please contact Mr. Dominguez should you have any questions. https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/1J0XF15UE4CQN?ref_=wl_share
The doors to the gym will open at 6:30 pm. Please allow the family members of graduates to sit in the seats located on the north ends of the gym.
Seniors will meet in the Middle School boys locker room at 6:45 pm.
Tonight’s Graduation Ceremony will take place in the CHS Gymnasium and will begin at 7:30 pm.
MS & HS Students, Final Exam lists are posted in the hallways. All exams will take place on Monday, May 20, 2019. High School students may be eligible for exemptions. See the links below for details. If you have any questions, please see Mr. Dominguez. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1-f9uY3mqklOh0i4Xfjk74yv6hVykDLxWrIQuHwAPUaI/edit?usp=sharing https://docs.google.com/document/d/1-f9uY3mqklOh0i4Xfjk74yv6hVykDLxWrIQuHwAPUaI/edit?usp=sharing
Chieftain Quote of the Day #CCISDLearns
In the event of our community being warned of a tornado, Crosbyton Elementary will be open to the public. Please see the link below with procedures for our shelter. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1BNRUV-Rj8rMUgbv5SOcMHmSIN9ZPvE-rJ2-OMOg3Vgk/edit?usp=sharing
Here's whats happening around Crosbyton Secondary this week. #CCISDLearns https://www.smore.com/r3cjw
CHS Families, Here is a message from Mr. Dominguez regarding STAAR EOC Testing this week. #CCISDLearns https://docs.google.com/document/d/1RCU_ITL4apyB2Y74QQzebnhEPk5M2FKJhK-Qv36nHCU/edit?usp=sharing
Due to the weather, we are packing up in Brownfield and moving the game to Seminole. Softball fans, no sunflower seeds are allowed in their park. Please comply with this expectation.
CHS Families, Correspondence was recently sent regarding student parking on campus. Students have been issued parking permits. Beginning Wednesday, April 24, student vehicles will be required to have a Parking Permit issued from the office. If you have any questions, please contact our office at 675-7331. Educationally Yours, Hector O. Dominguez, Jr. Principal
Here's whats happening around Crosbyton Secondary this week. #CCISDLearns https://www.smore.com/x8mgw3
Congratulations MS and HS students. This week we had a 98.89% Daily Attendance Rate. #CCISDLearns
Chieftain Nation, We are so proud of our student athletes. You may see that some students that received awards at the Area Track Meet are not pictured. I did not get to the Track Meet until after the instructional day was over and will work to make sure that ALL students are recognized. Thanks for your understanding and support. Educationally Yours, Hector Dominguez Principal
Crosbyton High School Parents and Students, Below is a link to an important message regarding tonight's prom. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1gPl_9Yj8qq6bCzkIrWKbbhoCB16AHBPiv5mvxJEoWaE/edit?usp=sharing
Attendance Rates this week for Crosbyton Secondary: Monday 100% Tuesday 99.44% Wednesday 99.44% Thursday 99.44% What will Friday hold?? #AttendanceMatters #CCISDLearns
Crosbyton Secondary Families, Attached is a letter from Mr. Dominguez regarding STAAR Assessments next week. https://docs.google.com/document/d/12mV79NS1bxa8vI1mEn3rDCxgOEe5_qZcSwdbT2_25vQ/edit?usp=sharing
Congratulations to Andrew Ortiz for winning a second award from the Texas Tech College of Education. The announcement of his win is below. It gives me great pleasure to announce Andrew Ortiz recipient of the Texas Tech Parents Association Student Academic Leadership Award representing the College of Education. Since 1974, the Association has honored outstanding students, one from each college, who demonstrate excellence in academics as well as leadership. It is a great honor to have been selected as an outstanding scholar in your field.
Congratulations to Andrew Ortiz for being named TSTA's Aspiring Educators Outstanding Local Student Leader. Andrew is completing his year long internship with Crosbyton CISD, and will begin his teaching career with us next fall.
Middle School and High School students were treated to a message from Sean that Alcohol, Automobiles, and Asphalt don’t mix. Here’s his story... www.whenseanspeaks.com
CMS & CHS will be adjusting there bell schedules on Monday, March 25. A link to the schedule is below. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1GFMgsIIYKTP-ldMH6p4Lg_gbp1FQ3dI2oubK37L6pY8/edit?usp=sharing
Cheerleading Tryouts Results: CHS 2019-20 Cheerleaders: Bianca Garcia - Head Leila Palacios Katie Dunn Averey Fira Mercedes Vega Lexi Gonzalez Mascot: Dylan Morales
Cheerleading Tryouts Results: CMS 2019-20 Cheerleaders: Arianna Aguayo Jacqueline Castillo Emma Davis Marissa Munoz Brylie Pope Anessa Rendon Mascot: Lillana Rodriguez
The results of today’s cheerleader tryouts will be posted on our school website at 1:30 pm. Head over to www.crosbyton.k12.tx.us for the results.
At 1:15 pm this Thursday, all CCISD campuses will be practicing a Tornado Drill. Should you have a Dr.’s appointment, we ask that you sign your student out by 1:00 pm. All students will be escorted to the hardened area of the new elementary school building. This area is built to withstand the winds generated by a F5 tornado. Once the drill has begun, students will be on lockdown until the drill is completed. Should you have any questions about the drill, please contact Mrs. West, Mr. Huseman, or Mr. Dominguez.
A public hearing will be held on Thursday, February 21, 2019 to present the Crosbyton CISD Texas Academic Performance Report (TAPR). This meeting will take place in the Board Room of the Administration Building at 6:45 pm.
Repairs to the Crosbyton CISD track have been completed, and the track is open for public use. Please help us maintain the new track surface by only wearing soft soled shoes, and not taking any wheeled object onto the track. (Including strollers)
CCISD currently has a Science Position available at CHS for the 18-19 school year. Contact Principal Hector Dominguez at email@example.com for more information.
Repairs to the Crosbyton CISD track will start on November 26th. The track will be closed to the public while these repairs are underway. An announcement will be posted when the track repair is completed.
The Chiefs playoff game vs. Gruver will be Thursday at Kimbrough stadium in Canyon. Kickoff is set for 5:00. We will be the visitors. Admission will be $4.00 for adults and $2.00 for students. CCISD will dismiss all students at 2:00 on Thursday.
Today’s middle school football game vs. Tahoka has been canceled.
For tonight’s game vs. Farwell, Chieftain fans may enter through the main gate located at the southeast corner of the field, or through the north gate located just west of the bus barn. Adult tickets are $4.00 and student tickets $2.00. The southeast parking lot is reserved for senior citizens. Passes for this lot can be picked up in the high school office.
An All Sports Pass is available to purchase in the CHS office. This pass will allow the holder to attend all athletic contests (junior high and high school) held at CCISD. Playoff games are not included. The cost of this pass is $70.00 and additional passes may be purchased for $50.00 with a maximum of 5 passes. There is no charge for senior citizens.
Don’t forget to take advantage of tax free weekend August 10-12. You can find a list of qualifying items here: http://bit.ly/2LgGMGN
Today we welcomed new educators to Crosbyton Secondary Schools. Pictured from left to right are: Hannah Brittingham (HS Math Student Teacher), Margo Prewitt (Assistant Band Director), Samantha Martin (MS Instructional Aide), Cris Dimitroff (HS Science), Kallie Weaver (HS Librarian), Taylor Martinez (HS Ag Sciences), and Andrew Ortiz (MS Math Student Teacher).
Today we welcomed some new educators to Crosbyton Elementary School. Pictured from left to right are: Amy Garcia (4/5 Reading), Sharon McDonald (1st Grade), Mary Eden DeLaGarza (2nd Grade), Sandy Wallace (1st Grade), Lisa Rositas (4/5 Math), Margo Prewitt (K-5 Music, Assistant Band Director), Jaycee Allen (3-5 Instructional Assistant), Braci Morris (Kindergarten).
New Staff orientation starts at 8:30 Thursday, August 9th.
Check the documents section for school supply lists!
Have a great Summer!
Welcome to our new website!