Chieftain Nation! Crosbyton CISD is happy to announce that Collin Justiss will be taking over as our new Head Football Coach. Coach Justiss has a proven track record as a Head Coach. He’s played in the New Mexico State Championship Game three times and has one State Championship under his belt. Coach Justiss has also won a State Track Championship as a coach. Please welcome Coach Justiss to his new role at Crosbyton HS.
Chieftain Nation, Please click the link below for information on our 2020 Graduation Ceremony. #GoChiefs https://youtu.be/6DpjpWYoLJg
Congratulations to the following students for being inducted into the National Honor Society. Students must meet an academic requirement first and are then rated by their teachers in the categories of Leadership, Service, and Character. Angel Buenrostro Bayleigh Callaway Esther Davis Nick Doss Avery Fira Bianca Garcia Cassandra Gonzales Hannah Haynes Shay Hollums Marissa Marquez Dylan Morales Fabian Munoz Nathaniel Payen Brooklyn Pope Kimbra Rodriguez Amber Sanchez
SENIOR SPOTLIGHT Today we'd like to recognize Esther Davis Birthday: November 20 Parents: Terri and Denny Davis Something you admire about your parents: The love & support for me with everything I do. What is an accomplishment that you are proud of? Extracurricular Activities: Basketball-4 Softball-4 Track-4 OAP-4 BPA-2 Miss Crosbyton pagents-3 FFA-1 Student Council-3 UIL-3 What are your plans after High School? To attend south plains college to get my associates degree as a Surgical Technician. Advice to 8th Graders coming to High School next year: Be confident and don't let fear stop you, you are capable to do anything.
2019-2020 Crosbyton Secondary Schools Academic Awards Night. Please click the link below. https://youtu.be/9czq5WEzeVU
Crosbyton CISD would like to honor this years retirees. Crosbyton Elementary School: Sherri West with 34 years of service to children and 7 years of service to CCISD. Crosbyton Middle School: Ema Singleterry with 20 years of service to children and CCISD. Crosbyton Middle School: Mary Bass with 25 years of service to children and 16 years of service to CCISD. Crosbyton High School: Todd Bass with 35 years of service to children and 16 years of service to CCISD. We wish you much happiness in your retirement and thank you for your service.
Crosbyton CISD has a new media backdrop. If any senior family would like to get dressed up with their graduate in their cap and gown for a photo, please reach out to Mr. Dominguez via email at firstname.lastname@example.org to setup an appointment. This will only be for the immediate family of the graduate so that we can stay within the guidelines of our Governor. Mr. Dominguez will provide each family with a complementary 8x10 photo as a senior gift.
Chieftain Nation, As Texas begins to reopen, we've had several requests for the use of our weight room and gyms. Unfortunately under the guidance that the Texas Education Agency has issued, school gyms, weight rooms, and indoor workout facilities are to remain closed for the purposes of athletic or fitness activities to both students and the community. We thank you for your patience during these trying times. Hector Dominguez
Crosbyton Secondary Schools will be having virtual ceremonies as follows: Monday, May 18 Academic Awards Tuesday, May 19 Athletic Awards Wednesday, May 20 Academic Banquet Recognition Thursday, May 21 Virtual Senior Walk All videos will be posted on our Facebook page each night at 7:00 pm. #GoChiefs
Crosbyton HS currently has openings for a Head and Assistant Girls Basketball Coach. Teaching assignments can be Business or Chemistry/Physics. Interested applicants can send their resume to Mr. Dominguez, Principal, at email@example.com.
High School Chieftain Challenge For the next two weeks there will be no more NEW ASSIGNMENTS from your teachers. All High School students will be completing in the LIFE SKILLS CHALLENGE. All you must do is participate in the activities listed and complete the survey by Wednesday, May 20th. Use the links below to find the challenge and survey. Chieftain Challenge https://docs.google.com/document/d/1HBMhi89VM3fIz_wScN3cV5PGbJptiGalZcYET1ZaKuw/edit?usp=sharing Life Skills Survey https://forms.gle/Bp5uCQZYEadJEP5g6
Middle School Braves Challenge For the next two weeks there will be no more NEW ASSIGNMENTS from your teachers. All Middle School students will be completing in the LIFE SKILLS CHALLENGE. All you must do is participate in the activities listed and complete the survey by Wednesday, May 20th. Use the links below to find the challenge and survey. Braves Challenge https://docs.google.com/document/d/177eRt0XweYwDMDcxnZdqlkHWE2XOcBjX5tYx0VT0GKM/edit?usp=sharing Life Skills Survey https://forms.gle/eRNW8hkTSZ1L4yfWA
Crosbyton High School currently has a Science Teaching position available (Chemistry/Physics) for the 2020-2021 school year. The High School will be opening up a brand new state of the art lab and classroom for this position. Interested applicants can send their resume and letter of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Happy Teacher Appreciation Week Share the funniest memory of your Teacher(s this year or make them smile or laugh with a picuture or a video message.
Happy Teacher Appreciation Week! Record your self SINGing a song or reading a message of heartfelt thanks to your teachers. You can post it here, email it to your teachers, or post in Google Classroom. #GoChiefs
Senior Parents, Mr. Dominguez would like to get in touch with you this evening regarding plans for graduation. Would you please complete the form that is listed in the link below. An email will be sent out at 7:00 pm to you. Please share this information with Senior Parents. https://forms.gle/bCfMgpQvGymre4eJ7
Chieftain Nation, here’s your weekly video from The Harbor. We hope that you are all doing well! We definitely miss seeing you around school. Mr. Dominguez Click here to access: https://youtu.be/cj2XJm4X6Ag
10th Graders, Mr. Dominguez needs to send out an email this week to you. If you would please complete the form in the Google Link below. Please spread the word to your classmates. https://forms.gle/1hc6ny3y67JNvih89
Thank you to John and Becky Palacios for setting up this backdrop so that we can announce our Prom King and Queen tomorrow night. Mr. Dominguez will make the announcement live on our school Facebook account Saturday night at 11:30 pm. While we can’t have the prom at school, we hope that you’ll dance the night away in your living rooms, front porches or backyards.
Secondary School Families, All student course request for the 2020-2021 school year are due by Monday, April 27th at 4:00 pm. On Tuesday, April 28th, student courses will be selected by campus administration. Should you have any questions about course selection, please contact Mrs. Mason at email@example.com. Should you need a paper copy, please email Mr. Dominguez at firstname.lastname@example.org. The link below will take you to the course selection page on our website. Once on the website, just click on the grade level that your child will be in next year. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out. We are here to help. https://www.crosbyton.k12.tx.us/secondary-student-schedules
We are going to begin scheduling our current 11th Graders. 11th Grade Parents, we ask that you please share this post. The link below will take you to our 12th Grade Course Request for the 2020-2021 school year. Should you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Mason at email@example.com. If you need a paper copy, please contact Mr. Dominguez at firstname.lastname@example.org https://forms.gle/52Jy11nAqeit7T4u8
There will be a Senior Class Meeting on Monday, April 20th at 6:00 pm via Zoom. Seniors, please submit the information needed in the link below so that Mr. Dominguez can email you with the Zoom Access Code and Password. https://forms.gle/7hwRofHdYiMX7r4AA
We are going to begin scheduling our current 10th Graders. 10th Grade Parents, we ask that you please share this post. The link below will take you to our 11th Grade Course Request for the 2020-2021 school year. Should you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Mason at email@example.com. If you need a paper copy, please contact Mr. Dominguez at firstname.lastname@example.org https://forms.gle/SgidbpQtzAimuU2M6
SENIOR SPOTLIGHT Today we'd like to recognize D'Anna England Birthday: February 28 Parents: Brenda and Jonathon Farley Something you admire about your parents: They took me in when no one else would and for that I will be forever grateful. What is an accomplishment that you are proud of? Recieving Best Actress award at district One Act Play Extracurricular Activities: OAP-3, BPA-3, NHS-1, Student Council-2, 4H-3 What are your plans after High School? Attend West Texas A&M University Advice to 8th Graders coming to High School next year: High school isn't as hard as people make it out to be. Just do your work, have fun, and it will be over really fast. Unless another Worldwide pandemic happens then I don't know what to tell you...
We are going to begin scheduling our current 9th Graders. 9th Grade Parents, we ask that you please share this post. The link below will take you to our 10th Grade Course Request for the 2020-2021 school year. Should you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Mason at email@example.com. If you need a paper copy, please contact Mr. Dominguez at firstname.lastname@example.org https://forms.gle/Vv3PvdQgfPZ2zxmC8
Because we miss and care about our students, we would like to know how you all are doing after your first few weeks of online learning. Students, please let us know how you are feeling by clicking on the link below and answering these questions: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1ifqCjs-Ejs4sHsJak-x5-u2e6FiV5d9Yc8pytjivMwk/edit:
We hope that you've enjoyed our Senior Spotlight! There are still more Seniors that we'd like to SPOTLIGHT on our social media accounts and website. Seniors and Parents... Below is a link to an information form. If you'd please email a photo that you'd like to have posted to email@example.com We are so proud of our Seniors! #GoChiefs https://forms.gle/C9H4pXW7ZWFEdNz77
We are going to begin scheduling our current 8th Graders. 8th Grade Parents, we ask that you would please share this post. The link below will take you to our 9th Grade Course Request for the 2020-2021 school year. Should you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Mason at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you need a paper copy, please contact Mr. Dominguez at email@example.com https://forms.gle/i4eWZKphJjAgUj8w9
We are going to begin scheduling our current 7th Graders. The link below will take you to our 8th Grade Course Request for the 2020-2021 school year. Should you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Mason at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you need a paper copy, please contact Mr. Dominguez at email@example.com https://forms.gle/JuDGVFBXREr2QFCv5
SENIOR SPOTLIGHT Today we'd like to recognize Marissa Marquez Birthday: August 23 Parents: Cleto and Anita Marquez Something you admire about your parents: They have always been my biggest supporters in everything I do. What is an accomplishment that you are proud of? I was able to make state twice in my high band years and being a drum major Extracurricular Activities: Basketball 4 years Track 3 years Softball 3 years Band 4 years Cross Country 3 years Yearbook 1 year What are your plans after High School? I plan to attend South Plains College for Nursing School. Advice to 8th Graders coming to High School next year: My advice to the upcoming 8th graders is enjoy every moment because it comes faster than you know it.
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
Crosbyton Middle School students will kick off the course selection process for the coming school year. Students will need to think about their future career plans when scheduling. English Language Arts and Reading, Math, Science, Social Studies, and Physical Education are requirements for Middle School students. We are going to begin scheduling with our current 6th graders. The link below will take you to our 7th Grade Course Request for the 2020 – 2021 school year. Should you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Mason at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you need a paper copy, please contact Mr. Dominguez at email@example.com. https://forms.gle/kFGfn4emYMaL1diXA
SENIOR SPOTLIGHT Today we'd like to recognize Bianca Paige Garcia Birthday: January 29 Parents: Maria and Ramiro Garcia Something you admire about your parents: They are my biggest supporters and always push me to do my best in everything that I do. What is an accomplishment that you are proud of? Making it to playoffs in basketball two years in a row. Extracurricular Activities: Cross Country- 4, Basketball- 4, Track- 1, Softball- 4, Cheerleading- 3, OAP- 1, Band- 2, Art- 2, UIL- 1, and Student Council- 1. What are your plans after High School? Attend West Texas Dental Assisting School. Advice to 8th Graders coming to High School next year: Enjoy every little moment you have and never take it for granted.
SENIOR SPOTLIGHT Today we'd like to recognize Micheal Savell Birthday: October 25 Parents: Michael Birmelin and Desiree Savell Something you admire about your parents: They are the most hardworking people I know. What is an accomplishment that you are proud of? Scoring the highest on my ASVAB and my U.S. History test. Extracurricular Activities: Football 3 years, discus 4 years, shot put 2 years, basketball 3 years, baseball 1 year What are your plans after High School? Enlist in the United States Marine Corps, then become a firefighter. Advice to 8th Graders coming to High School next year: Try not to worry to much and live life.
SENIOR SPOTLIGHT Today we'd like to recognize Zachary Childers Birthday: September 17 Parents: Louis & Gloria Childers Something you admire about your parents: How my parents take care of me & how much they love me. What is an accomplishment that you are proud of? That I got to make it to the state cc meet 2 times, & making it to graduation. Extracurricular Activities: Football 3 years, CC 4 years & track 3 years. What are your plans after High School? Plan on going to South Plains College & working. Advice to 8th Graders coming to High School next year: Pay attention in school, stay out of trouble, listen & follow the rules.
SENIOR SPOTLIGHT Today we'd like to recognize Chris Torres Birthday: July 30 Parents: Virginia Arias and Chris Torres Something you admire about your parents: That they're supportive of me, and they're always here for me What is an accomplishment that you are proud of? Making it to regionals in power-lifting my first year trying. Also creating a family bond with my fellow seniors. Extracurricular Activities: Football, basketball, track and field, and power-lifting What are your plans after High School? Going to college for culinary Advice to 8th Graders coming to High School next year: Try everything once before you decide not to try anything. And also to all the boys in Athletics "The fun don't start till the bar starts to bend".
Crosbyton CISD will be closed on Friday, April 10th and Monday, April 13th in observance of the Easter Holiday. There will be no teachers available via Zoom and no meal service will be provided. Week 2 paper packets will be due on Thursday, April 9th. Week 3 paper packets can be picked up between the hours of 11:00 am - 1:00 pm. Zoom instruction and meal service will resume on Tuesday, April 14th. Have a Blessed Easter Holiday with your family.
Here's what's happening this week at Crosbyton Secondary.
SENIOR SPOTLIGHT Today we'd like to recognize Ty Cornelius. Birthday: May 20 Parents: Dusty and Heather Cornelius Something you admire about your parents: The thing I admire the most about my parents is that they have instilled a positive work ethic and a Christian based attitude into our house hold. What is an accomplishment that you are proud of? My team and I qualifying for the State Livestock Judging contest two years in a row. Extracurricular Activities: FFA -4, Student Council-4,Cross Country-3, Track-3, Basketball-3, UIL-3, NHS-3, BPA-2, Football-1 What are your plans after High School? SPC to judge livestock then TTU for a dual major in Ag Eco and Business Management Advice to 8th Graders coming to High School next year: Get out of your comfort zone and try new things. I wouldn’t be the person I am today if I hadn’t done those things.
SENIOR SPOTLIGHT Today we'd like to recognize Landon Clark. Birthday: May 30th Parents: Amy and Richard Wallace Something you admire about your parents: They are the best supporters of everything I do and they encourage me to be my very best. What is an accomplishment that you are proud of? Making it to Austin to compete in the state track meet. Extracurricular Activities: Football-3 Basketball-4 Baseball-4 Track-4 BPA-3 Student Council-1 OAP-1 UIL-1 What are your plans after High School? Attend WTAMU-Software Engineer Advice to 8th Graders coming to High School next year: Enjoy every moment because it goes faster than you think!
CCISD Students and Parents, Friday will be the day to turn in your work packets from Week 1 of Remote Learning and to pickup your packets for Week 2. Elementary School students will drop off and pick up in the south parking lot of the Elementary School (Yellow Arrow). Please enter off of Birch Street. Middle School and High School students will drop off and pick up in the north parking lot at the High School (Red Arrow). Please enter off of Harrison Street. Pick up and drop off times will be from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM. This will be a curbside service. Please do not get out of your vehicle or walk up to the locations. #GoChiefs
Crosbyton CISD Parents, Zoom is a cloud-based video conferencing platform that can be used for video conferencing meetings, audio conferencing, webinars, meeting recordings, and live chat. Crosbyton CISD teachers will be using Zoom next week to connect with the class for tutorials, lessons, small group instruction, etc.. Use the video in the link below to learn how to join a Zoom meeting. To connect on tablets and mobile devices, you'll need to download the Zoom app. https://youtu.be/d7xXZxRDFUU
Seniors and Parents! We'd like to SPOTLIGHT our Seniors on our social media accounts and website. Below is a link to an information form. If you'd please email a photo that you'd like to have posted to firstname.lastname@example.org We are so proud of our Seniors! #GoChiefs https://forms.gle/C9H4pXW7ZWFEdNz77
Governor Abbott has announced that Texas Public Schools will remain closed through April 30,2020. Crosbyton CISD will continue to provide instruction through paper packets and Google classroom. We are in the process of developing other resources for our students to use, and these will be announced soon.
On Tuesday, March 31 the teachers and staff of Crosbyton CISD will begin working remotely. Please email all homework and instructional questions directly to your student’s teacher. All other questions are to be submitted to our administrative team. All staff emails are available on the district’s website, www.crosbyton.k12.tx.us. Staff members will be available from 9:00 am – 3:00 pm Monday through Friday, and we will observe the holidays listed on the District’s calendar. Paper packets will continue to be available each Friday for pickup, and drop off. The location for both the Elementary and Secondary distribution will change. Information on this change will be sent out later this week. Lunch will continue to be provided from 11:00 – 1:00 Monday through Friday outside of the south entrance of the cafeteria. We thank you for your patience as we continue to work through this disruption to your child’s education. We will make every effort to provide the best education possible during this unprecedented health emergency.
Happy First Day of Remote Learning! Google Classroom Codes for MS and HS Students will be posted at 9:00 am. Paper packets for Elementary students can be picked up from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm at the Elementary School. All Secondary students can pick up their packets at the High School from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. Should you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact your campus principal.
Crosbyton CISD has opened a WiFi network for student use that is accessible from most school parking lots. To access this service click on the "Guest" network in your menu options for available networks. This network will restrict access to some websites. When using this connection, we ask that students remain in their vehicle, or maintain at least a 10 feet distance between individuals if you leave your vehicle.
Crosbyton CISD will begin food service for all children ages 1 – 18 on Monday, March 23. A free Breakfast and lunch will be served at the same time from 10:00 – 12:00 Monday – Friday for the duration of the school closure. We will serve these meals on the south side of the cafeteria by bringing the meals to your car when you approach the cafeteria door. The children receiving the meals must be in the car with you. This is a requirement of the Texas Department of Agriculture. Students who walk to the cafeteria to receive a meal will be served outside of the same door; however, they will not be able to enter the cafeteria or other school facilities to eat the meal. If you plan on taking advantage of these free meals, please email email@example.com before Monday morning with the number of children in your home that plan on participating. This is not a requirement, but it will help our cafeteria staff prepare the appropriate amount of food.
UIL games and contests will resume no earlier than Monday, May 4th. Prior to that date, to allow students and schools to reenter competition, UIL will provide a reasonable acclimatization period for rehearsals and practices to occur, consistent with the advice of local, state and federal officials. We will reevaluate the beginning dates for practices and rehearsals as we receive more information about schools resuming.
Crosby County Parents, As our county school districts navigate the unprecedented circumstances involving COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and the need for social distancing, we remain committed to the safety and health of our school communities. Superintendents Mason, Morrison, and Wade in accordance with an order issued by Governor Abbott have closed each county school district through April 3. Arrangements are being made to continue to provide breakfast and lunch to all our students. Meal service times, and directions for food pickup will be released later this week. The teaching staff of each district will be working early next week to prepare remote learning lessons for all our students. These lessons will be provided electronically, or through paper packets. A teacher or staff member will be contacting you next week to determine which option best serves your student’s educational needs during this time of closure. Thank you for your understanding and flexibility during this time of great unknown. As a Crosby County family, we will work together for the best interests of our school communities.
Update from UIL: At this time, all rehearsals, practices and workouts conducted outside the school day are postponed until March 29. This means that no rehearsals, practices or workouts outside the school day can be conducted during the time period of March 16 through March 29. For all the latest updates, please visit: https://www.frenship.net/apps/pages/index.jsp?uREC_ID=1693305&type=d&pREC_ID=1850856
To support the health and safety of our students and communities, the University Interscholastic League (UIL) is suspending all UIL sanctioned contests due to the outbreak of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) in Texas. Effective March 16, all UIL interscholastic competition is suspended through March 29. Rehearsals and practices may be held at the discretion of the local school district. There are no current reported cases of COVID-19 in Crosbyton so practices will continue as scheduled. As this is a fluid situation, the UIL will continue to follow the direction of state and local officials to monitor this situation and will make additional announcements as needed. Please continue to check our website and social media accounts for further updates.
Statement Regarding COVID – 19 The top priority of Crosbyton ISD, Lorenzo ISD, and Ralls ISD is providing a safe environment for our students, staff and families. We understand there are health concerns over the recent outbreak of respiratory illness caused by the new coronavirus called COVID-19. The Crosby County school districts are closely monitoring the situation and tracking information provided by local, state and national healthcare providers. Administrators are also in daily contact with community partners, state and national healthcare agencies, as well as, Texas Education Agency. Currently, there is NO indication of an immediate threat to Crosby County communities. No classes have been canceled in our school districts and classes will resume on March 23rd after Spring Break unless otherwise mandated by the Texas Education Agency, Centers for Disease Control Prevention (CDC), or the Texas Commissioner of Education. These decisions are based on emphasizing facts over fear, and relying on credible sources for information. During spring break, all three districts will heighten the level of cleaning at all campuses in preparation for the return of students and staff on March 23rd. We encourage families planning on traveling during the break to visit the CDC website for important information on traveling domestically and internationally. Thank you for the support of our three districts. We are committed to maintaining the safety and health of our students, staff and their families. Have a safe, restful and healthy Spring Break.
Crosbyton Secondary Schools has an opening for an Instructional Aide position. Interested applicants can find an application at the link below or by visiting our High School Office or our Central Office. Contact Hector Dominguez at firstname.lastname@example.org should you have any questions. https://www.crosbyton.k12.tx.us/o/crosbyton-cisd/browse/28912
The Hispanic Association of Women has a scholarship available to Senior Girls that are committed to furthering their education. Applications can be submitted online at www.lubbockHAW.net.
The 2020 Census is more than a population count. It's an opportunity to shape the future of Crosbyton. https://2020census.gov/en/how-to-help.html
The Texas Department of State Health Services, the Texas Education Agency, and local school districts are monitoring the spread of the Coronavirus Disease, and plans are in place if an outbreak occurs in our area. Please visit the DSHS website for up to date information on this disease, and how to prevent the spread of germs. You can access this website at https://dshs.texas.gov/coronavirus/#casecounts.
Click the link below to see what's happening this week at Crosbyton Secondary. https://www.smore.com/9qx62
And the final Crosbyton 53 Morton 58.
And we’re going to the 4th tied at 37. Go Purple
At the half the Chiefs lead 26-23. Go Purple
Shoutout to Mr. Hoots and his Algebra 1 students! This morning they took their 3rd Benchmark of the year. Benchmarks are setup to mirror the actual STAAR EOC Test. 100% of the students passed!! #CCISDLearns #ExcellenceForAll
The Junior Class will have an Enchilada Plate Fundraiser to raise funds for the Jr / Sr Prom. You can comment below to place your order, call the HS Office, or email Becky Palacios at email@example.com. Thank you in advance for your support.
Click on the link below to see what's happening this week at Crosbyton Secondary. https://www.smore.com/4str2
We are now taking orders for Chiefs Basketball Playoffs! The shirts are $15 each. Only short sleeve shirts are available and no kids sizes will be available. This is a playoff shirt so turnaround time on getting them here is quick. All orders must be turned in by Wednesday, February 19th. Order forms are available at the CHS office or through Amy Wallace and Tracy Riley.
We are taking orders for Chiefette Basketball Playoff Shirts. The price of the shirt is $15. There are no youth sizes and all shirts will be short sleeved. Orders are due no later than Thursday, February 13th. Order forms are available in the CHS office. Please turn forms into Amy Wallace, Tracy Riley or the CHS office.
Tonight at 6:00 pm we will have a ring ceremony for current Juniors that are receiving the Senior Ring. We've purposefully moved it to the evening so that family and members of the community have the opportunity to attend. We hope that you can pack our auditorium tonight to share in this joyous occasion with the following students: Aurelia Cruz, Hannah Diaz, Nick Doss, Katie Dunn, Avery Fira, Buddy Gonzales, Alexis Gonzalez, Billy Gutierrez, Hannah Haynes, Clarence Johnson, Kandi Marquez, Michael Marshall, Leila Palacios, Nathaniel Payen, Avery Rodriguez, Azalia Rodriguez, Amber Sanchez, Alexis Torres, Mercedes Vega, and Elijah Vega-Lopez.
Congratulations to our JV Boys for their victory over Petersburg.
Congratulations to our JV Girls for their victory over Petersburg.
Crosbyton HS has received word from West Texas Electrical about an apprenticeship program that offers comprehensive training to qualified individuals who want to work in the inside electrical field. Inside electricians are those that work in residential, commercial, and industrial construction. If accepted, an individual will complete a minimum of 8,000 hours of paid on the job training and 900 hours of class training. Interested applicants can contact Paul Salazar at (806) 372-1581 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
UIL has released its 2020 realignment. Use the link below to find out our new districts. https://realignment.uiltexas.org
Crosbyton CISD joins 1,025 school districts throughout Texas to celebrate School Board Recognition. Our school board members are volunteers who shoulder critical responsibilities and often make difficult decisions for our district, all without pay. Their goal is always focused on the future success of the children in our district. Thank you to our trustees for your service and dedication to Crosbyton CISD.
Basketball Fans: Southland HS has cancelled the girls game for this Friday. The Varsity Boys game has been moved to 5:00 pm at Southland.
Smoke Signal Click on the link below to see what's happening this week at Crosbyton Secondary. https://www.smore.com/j37qt
CHS Business Professionals of America in action today.
Congratulations to our JV Boys for their victory over New Deal.
Schedule Update for Friday, 1/24: JV Boys will play at 4:00 pm followed by the JV Girls
The School Board Meeting for January 23, 2020 has been canceled. A new date will be scheduled in early February.
Congratulations to our JV Girls for their victory at Petersburg.
Congratulations to our JV Boys for their victory at Petersburg.
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Tonight's Board Meeting has been rescheduled for Thursday, January 23 at 7:00 pm.
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Wishing all of our Chieftains a Merry Christmas! We wanted to share with parents a link to track Santa’s progress towards Crosbyton for the big night tonight! He is definitely on his way! Don’t be shy about leaving out brisket with those cookies for Santa. https://www.noradsanta.org/
Crosbyton Secondary would like to proudly introduce you to the Chieftain Hut. This is an area that is stocked with everyday items. Students can come here anytime and grab something that they need. We have toothbrushes, toothpaste, shampoo, body wash, deodorant, feminine products and non perishable food. Students can take a backpack to be more private with their items if they want to. If you would like to donate towards this cause, please contact Hector Dominguez at email@example.com or at (806) 675-7331.
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College graduates, we’d love to share your success! If you graduated this semester please share your story via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Semester Exams for Secondary Students will take place on Wednesday, December 18th and Thursday, December 19th. Students that did not meet the requirements of the Attendance Incentive will be notified on Friday, December 13th that they have to take Semester Exams. Should you have any questions, please contact our office at 675-7331.
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“It’s just one day a week.” “I was here before 10:00.” “The only reason you care about attendance is for funding.” This chart speaks for itself! Some districts may care only about the funding, but we care more about the kids. We are growing successful members of society and of our communities. Attendance Matters: Everyday, Every Period!
We’re in the last three weeks of 2019 and the Fall Semester. Let’s finish strong CCISD! https://youtu.be/-sUKoKQlEC4
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Crosbyton Consolidated Independent School District (“Crosbyton CISD” or the “District”) hereby gives public notice of its intention to sell the following District vehicle: 1. Clark Forklift Bids will be accepted for each vehicle, individually. The vehicle may be inspected at 204 S. Harrison St., Crosbyton, TX 79322, during the District’s regular business hours. THE VEHICLE WILL BE SOLD “AS IS,” “WHERE IS,” AND WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY. By submitting a bid, bidder acknowledges and agrees that if his/her bid is selected, bidder shall bear all risk as to the fitness and condition of any or all vehicle(s) and that the District has expressly disclaimed any and all warranties. Sealed written bids should be addressed to “Crosbyton CISD FORKLIFT c/o Shawn Mason, Superintendent, Crosbyton CISD, 204 S. Harrison St., Crosbyton, Texas 79322,” and should clearly identify the vehicle to which the bid applies. All sealed written bids must be received by the Crosbyton CISD Superintendent no later than 3:00 p.m. on December 17, 2019. Sealed written bids may be submitted by U.S. mail or hand delivery. No faxed bids or late bids will be accepted. Bids received after the deadline will not be considered and shall be returned to sender unopened. All bids will be opened and read out loud by the Superintendent at 3:00 o’clock on December 17, 2019. All bidders must be capable of tendering, via cash or certified check, the full price bid at the time bids are opened. No installment payouts will be considered, and if the selected bidder is not able to tender full payment in a form acceptable to district at the time bids are opened, such bid shall be considered rejected and the next highest bid shall be selected. The selected bidder will be responsible for removing the vehicle from Crosbyton CISD property within five days of payment. Crosbyton CISD reserves the right to accept or reject any and/or all bids, to waive any and/or all technicalities, and accept the bid which
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 email@example.com 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.
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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.
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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
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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.
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Chieftain Sound, we’ll see you on Saturday! #RoadToState
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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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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 email@example.com 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