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The Great News from CFBISD for 10/13/2016

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Ranchview High School – Tennis Team Captures 3rd Consecutive District Championship

By cfbisd.edu on Oct 13, 2016 10:39 am

Congratulations to the Ranchview Men’s and Women’s Team Tennis for capturing their 3rd consecutive Team Tennis District Championship.  The team swept Lincoln 10-0 and then Carter 10-0.  The team will next be in action next week against Argyle, Krum, and Frisco Lebanon in an Area round matchup.


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CFBISD Annual Spelling Bee

By cfbisd.edu on Oct 12, 2016 03:38 pm

spellingbeeWhat:    District Spelling Bee

When:   Tuesday, January 10th

Time:    Participants arrive at 4:30

Bee to start promptly at 5:00

Where: ESDC (Building B -Texas Room)

                1820 Pearl Street

Carrollton, TX 75006


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Keeping Your Child Safe form Harm in the Real and Virtual World

By cfbisd.edu on Oct 12, 2016 03:15 pm

child-safeCFBISD is hosting a parent education presentation on “Keeping Your Child Safe From Harm – In the Real and Virtual World” on November 2, 2016 from 6:30-7:30 pm at the ESDC in the Texas Room. We are excited to present this very important information to our CFBISD families. We will have both an English and Spanish presentation.


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IBA Hosting Fundraiser for Smith Student Recovering from ICU

By cfbisd.edu on Oct 11, 2016 02:43 pm

On Thursday, September, 29th, one of our on IBA students at Newman Smith, Daniel Song, was hit by a car on his way to school. He spent a week in ICU but is thankfully doing much better now. The International Business Academy is holding a fundraiser to help out this sweet family while Daniel recovers.

The fundraiser will be held on Saturday, October 15th from 9am-noon at the Sonic at Josey and Keller Spring. IBA students will be your servers delivering those tasty Sonic treats to your car! We hope that you can find time to come out Saturday morning and help support Daniel, an important part of our CFBISD, Newman Smith, and IBA family!


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6 Students from Barbara Bush Middle School Recognized as Thinker Leaders!

By cfbisd.edu on Oct 11, 2016 02:08 pm

Thinker Leaders of BBMS

Congratulations!  These six students have been recognized as excellent THINKERS in our International Baccalaureate World School.  According to the IB, a THINKER is someone who uses critical and creative thinking skills to analyse and take responsible action on complex problems. They exercise initiative in making reasoned, ethical decisions.

Last Friday, these students  participated in a special luncheon, and  met with Dr. Kathryn Schaeffer, who is the Executive Director of Advanced Academic Services in Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD.  She spoke with the students about how she has to use her thinking skills on a daily basis with her professional career.  In the back row is Ilisha Thakker, Nishi Patel, Andrea Hernandez and Varun Pottepalli.  On the front row is Wesley Gates and Mohammad Kabsour.  BBMS is exta proud of these IB students!


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Rosemeade Elementary Named Blue Ribbon School

By cfbisd.edu on Oct 11, 2016 11:14 am

U.S. Department of Education - Blue Ribbon logoCFBISD has a proud tradition of excellence in education. Thirteen CFBISD schools have received the national honor of being named Blue Ribbon Schools. Most recently, Rosemeade Elementary was named a Blue Ribbon School in 2016.

On September 28, U.S. Secretary of Education, John B. King, announced that Rosemeade Elementary is one of 279 public and 50 private schools in the nation to be named a Blue Ribbon School.

Schools are nominated for the award by the state department of education, and then complete a comprehensive application about school practices. Schools may apply for status as Exemplary High Performing-among the top schools in a state – or Exemplary Achievement Gap Closing -schools making the fastest progress in their state in closing achievement gaps among student subgroups.

Principal Amy Miller will represent Rosemeade at a two-day awards ceremony in Washington, D.C., to celebrate their hard-won achievements.

Joining Ms. Miller will be teacher Paula McGuire.

The names of winning schools were announced live online as Secretary King applauded the winning schools, followed by a slide show featuring photos from those schools. Students at Rosemeade Elementary watched the news being unveiled while they were in the cafeteria – some were biting their nails in anticipation – and all burst into applause and screams of excitement when Rosemeade Elementary’s name flashed on the screen.

Click here to view photos of the reaction of Rosemeade students when they found out they were named a Blue Ribbon School!

Blue Ribbon Schools in C-FB ISD

  1. R. L. Turner High School – 1991
  2. Newman Smith High School – 1998
  3. Blalack Middle School – 1993
  4. Vivian Field Middle School – 1993
  5. Montgomery Elementary School – 1992
  6. Las Colinas Elementary School – 1994
  7. Kent Elementary School – 1994
  8. McCoy Elementary School – 2000
  9. Early College High School – 2014
  10. McCoy Elementary School – 2014*
  11. Kent Elementary School – 2015*
  12. Country Place Elementary School – 2015
  13. Rosemeade Elementary School  – 2016
  • Denotes a campus that has won the award twice

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CHS Swimmer Named to All American Team

By cfbisd.edu on Oct 10, 2016 10:59 am

Creekview High School swimmer, Jennifer Roessler, has been named to the “2015-2016 Scholastic All American Team” by USA Swimming. Due to Jennifer’s excellent grades and her Winter Junior qualifying times, Roessler qualified for this achievement. 


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Furneaux Art Students Skype with Illinois Artist

By cfbisd.edu on Oct 10, 2016 10:35 am

 askegaardFor two weeks, Furneaux art students have been celebrating “International Dot Day” through pointillism art. The entire 5th grade class had the opportunity to Skype with pointillism artist from Illinois, Kate Askegaard. Askegaard creates large works of art, one dot at a time.

Excited and engaged, students asked the artist questions about pointillism technique and experience.


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