Crockett Junior High UIL students were recognized for all of their hard work at the March 20th board meeting.
Crockett ISD is pleased to announce that, next year, Crockett ISD will be moving to a four-day week. This decision is the result of the overwhelming support received through our staff and community surveys, as well as the research indicating the benefits of this new schedule. Go Dogs! https://5il.co/1r4l4
Spring break starts today with an early release! We will see everyone back on campus Monday, March 20th! We hope everyone has a safe and fun spring break!
Just a reminder Bulldogs, Friday is an early release day and the start to spring break!
Parents, Crockett ISD is considering a 4-day school week. Please watch the following video presentation and complete this survey to give us your feedback. https://forms.gle/KTQq5FAkgKHPgvyJ8
The Crockett High School Career Preparations class of seniors attended the Crockett Job Fair held at the Crockett Civic Center. These students interacted, networked, and applied with various local and regional businesses.
Latino Family Literacy Program met this past Tuesday evening for an enjoyable time of crafts with students and their families. Please consider joining in on a Latino Family Literacy Program meeting on Tuesday evenings from 4:30 -6:00 PM in the CISD Elementary Dyned Room. Contact Stephanie Anderson for more information email@example.com.
The Lady Bulldogs took second place at the New Summerfield Tournament this weekend. Saturday morning they beat Carlisle 4-1, but had a hard loss to New Summerfield 2-3.
Please join Crockett Elementary and Junior High for a book tasting! The book tasting will be held in the Elementary/Junior High Library on March 21, 2023 from 4:00 - 5:30 PM. Refreshments will be served. https://5il.co/1q5xa
Crockett High School National Honor Society was honored earlier in the week by Carter BloodCare at their donation recognition dinner.
Crockett Elementary UIL students were honored at last night's school board meeting for all of their hard work.
Bulldog Nation: As part of Crockett ISD's commitment to the safety and well-being of our students, I want our community to be aware of a harmful and potentially deadly trend currently happening among young people - vaping. Sincerely, John Emerich- Superintendent of Schools. https://5il.co/1pr10
Please consider joining the Latino Family Literacy group that meets once a week at Crockett Elementary! The group meets from 4:30-6:00 PM to read books together and enjoy pizza and prizes! Please contact Stephanie Anderson for more information 936-544-2125 EX. 6108. ¡Considere unirse al grupo de alfabetización de familias latinas que se reúne una vez a la semana en Crockett Elementary! ¡El grupo se reúne de 4:30 a 6:00 p. m. para leer libros juntos y disfrutar de pizza y premios! Comuníquese con Stephanie Anderson para obtener más información al 936-544-2125 EX. 6108. https://5il.co/1ppwf
Good afternoon Bulldogs! Just a reminder that the 3rd parenting partners workshop is today from 4:30-6:00 PM! This meeting will take place at the CISD Administration Building! https://5il.co/1ppvc
Parents of seniors, please check the scholarship tab of the CISD website for new scholarship information! This page is periodically updated as new information comes available.
Crockett Lady Bulldogs Softball had a successful weekend this past weekend across multiple games.
Come watch the Crockett Bulldogs take on the Boling Bulldogs in the Bi-District playoff game! Tuesday, February 21st, at Navasota High School at 8:00PM.
Good afternoon Bulldogs! Just a quick friendly reminder that there will be NO school Monday, February 20th. Happy President's Day!
Crockett ISD is starting a new parenting leadership team and we would like for you to join in! Classes started on February 9th, but its not too late to sign up! Please find more information in the documents section of the Crockett ISD website or contact Stephanie Anderson at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Congratulations to the following students who attend the Region 21 UIL Solo and Ensemble Competition. The following students performed a solo or an ensemble and received the highest rating of a 1. Performing a Class 3 solo and earning a 1st division are Hannah Bertrand and Melissia Medinia. Performing a Class 2 solo and earning a 1st division are Emili Cruz, AChrista Price, Donnajean Colbert, Aaron Bahena, Alex Kane, Jeremias Jiminez, Colton Aiken, and not pictured Jocelyn Loredo. State Finalist who performed a Class1 solo by memory or a Class 1 ensemble and earning a 1st division are Yone Varo, Joel Sanchez, Leonbert Pare, Mia Gonzalez, Alonzo Cervantes, Marcus Moore, Joseph Tuggle, and not pictured Lauren Griffin.