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The Great News from CFBISD for 03/30/2017

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CFB Special Olympics 2017

CFBISD Special Olympics 


On Mar. 23, the CFBISD All-Stars competed in the 2017 Special Olympics at Standridge Stadium. Athletes from several North Texas school districts made the journey to Standridge to participate in the games. Representatives from Congressman Kenny Marchant’s office; Carrollton Mayor, Matthew Marchant; Superintendent, Dr. Bobby Burns; and Miss Texas, Caroline Carothers spoke at the event.

While the wind was very gusty on an otherwise beautiful day, the athletes followed the Special Olympics motto: Let me win. But if I cannot win, let me be brave in the attempt.
The CFBISD Educational Foundation is excited to launch a new summer camp for incoming 6th, 7th, and 8th graders. Our Summer STEM (Science, Technology, Education, Math) camp, Destination Discovery, engages middle school students with hand on activities in these subject areas and will be led by business professionals.
New Pre-K Options
For the 2017-2018 school year, CFB will offer full day, half day and tuition-supported Pre-K. Tuition-supported Pre-K (Pay for Pre-K) is a full day program that parents can choose to pay for their child to attend Pre-K even if they do not meet the federal requirements for the free program. Full day and tuition-supported are only available at specific campuses. Please use the flowchart to determine the program for your child.
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Newman Smith Orchestra UIL Results

Newman Smith Orchestra UIL Results

Newman Smith Students Earn Superior Ratings in Competition On Monday, March 27th, Newman Smith Orchestra students took part in UIL solo and ensemble contest at Creekview High School.  Newman Smith had the most entries in our region.  All students from Newman Smith who participated received superior or excellent ratings from the judges. 38 of the 43 […]

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R.L. Turner Student Honored by University of Texas at Dallas

R.L. Turner Student Honored by University of Texas at Dallas

R.L. Turner Student Receives Honorable Mention Award Computer Science student, Taylor Riley, was honored last night at the University of Texas at Dallas (UTD) with an honorable mention award from the National Center for Women in Information Technology (NCWIT).  She applied for it in September.  The NCWIT Award for Aspirations in Computing honors high school […]

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Honoring Rosemeade Elementary School as 2016 National Blue Ribbon School

Please Join Us In Honoring Rosemeade Elementary School 2016 National Blue Ribbon School Wednesday, April 19, 2017 9:00AM Rosemeade Elementary School 3550 Kimberly Dr Carrollton, TX 75007

Please Join Us In Honoring Rosemeade Elementary School 2016 National Blue Ribbon School Wednesday, April 19, 2017 9:00AM Rosemeade Elementary School 3550 Kimberly Dr Carrollton, TX 75007

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Newman Smith Golfer Places 2nd at District Preview Event

Congratulations to Senior Female Newman Smith High School Trojan Golfer Casey Washmon- she shot an 80. The golf team competed against possible Regional Qualifiers at the Regional Site. Casey finished as the 2nd place medalist yesterday, March 28, at the Rockwall Athletic Club at our District Preview Event hosted by North Forney. Casey has committed to playing golf at University of Mary Hardin Baylor in Belton, Texas next fall. The District Tournament will be on Monday and Tuesday April 10th and 11th @ Twin Creeks in Allen.

Newman Smith Golfer Competes at Regional Site Congratulations to Senior Female Newman Smith High School Trojan Golfer Casey Washmon- she shot an 80. The golf team competed against possible Regional Qualifiers at the Regional Site. Casey finished as the 2nd place medalist yesterday, March 28, at the Rockwall Athletic Club at our District Preview Event […]

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Barbara Bush Middle School Choir UIL Results

Barbara Bush Middle School Choir students had a great two days at the UIL Competition. All of the Choir represented Barbara Bush extremely well in concert and in sight-reading. Both groups received the highest ratings possible: Superior (I) scores from all of their judges. SWEEPSTAKES trophies for both! We are so extremely proud of all of these young men and women in BBMS choir.

BBMS Choir Excels at UIL Competition Barbara Bush Middle School Choir students had a great two days at the UIL Competition.  All of the Choir represented Barbara Bush extremely well in concert and in sight-reading. Both groups received the highest ratings possible: Superior (I) scores from all of their judges. SWEEPSTAKES trophies for both! We […]

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Newman Smith Science Team UIL Results

Newman Smith Science Team UIL Results

Newman Smith Science Team Excels at UIL Competition Congratulations to the Newman Smith UIL Science Team!  For the second consecutive year, the team won the science competition with Senior Jason Zhang winning first place in in Biology, Chemistry and Physics.  Zhang was joined by Heewon Huh, Trong Tran, Jeffrey Salgado and Gerard Parent for a […]

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Creekview & Ranchview Soccer Teams Advance to State Playoffs

Creekview & Ranchview Soccer Teams Advance to State Playoffs

Bi-District Champions & Playoff Information Congratulations to all four soccer teams for advancing in the State Soccer Playoffs- BI DISTRICT CHAMPIONS! Way to go Mustangs and Wolves! Congratulations to our outstanding coaches: Coach Heather Medlen and Coach Vincent Jovel from Creekview and Coach Jonathan Hall and Coach Jarred Garcia from Ranchview. You and your team […]

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Reflections Results from Texas PTA

Texas PTA received 1,027 entries for state-level judging, and awarded nearly 500 students. Overall Award of Excellence recipients advance to National PTA judging and their results will be announced in June. For more info go to: http://www.txpta.org/reflections-results 2 students from CFB ISD are advancing to National PTA level of judging: *Gavin Bloom - Film Production Special Artist - Mc Coy Elementary *Kashmira Kuloor - Visual Arts - McCoy Elementary For the full list of results see attachment. Congratulations to all our Reflections CFB ISD students that advanced to TX PTA!

Reflections Results Texas PTA received 1,027 entries for state-level judging, and awarded nearly 500 students. Overall Award of Excellence recipients advance to National PTA judging and their results will be announced in June. For more info go to: http://www.txpta.org/reflections-results 2 students from CFB ISD are advancing to National PTA level of judging: *Gavin Bloom – […]

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Perry Robotics Club Competes at Oklahoma Regional Competition

The Perry Robotics Club traveled to Norman, Oklahoma this past weekend (March 25th) to compete in the multi-state Oklahoma Botball regional competition. Botball is an extremely challenging autonomous robotics competition for middle school and high school students. There are no division lines and middle school students must compete directly against high school students. The students have nearly 2 1/2 months to design, build, program, document and test up to two robots to compete in a very challenging competition. The robots the students build are 100% autonomous (no remote control) and are programmed by the students in a real-world programming language called "C". The competition is divided into three parts: seeding rounds, double elimination and a documentation and oral presentation. These scores are combined to get a team's overall score. DeWitt Perry sent 4 teams including a team composed exclusively of Perry alumni from Turner and Creekview called "Perry 2.0". When the dust settled, of the top 5 teams (out of 48), 3 were from CFBISD

Perry Robotics Club Competes at Botball Competition The Perry Robotics Club traveled to Norman, Oklahoma this past weekend (March 25th) to compete in the multi-state Oklahoma Botball regional competition. Botball is an extremely challenging autonomous robotics competition for middle school and high school students.  There are no division lines and middle school students must compete […]

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Landry Elementary Commemorates Susan Kelly

Landry Elementary Commemorates Susan Kelly

Paying Homage to Susan Kelly of Landry Elementary Susan Kelly represents many things to us in our district.  She is the Director of Elementary Language Arts, a guided reading guru and she is also a Leverage Leadership Coach.  She is constantly researching the latest techniques and strategies and helps implement them in classrooms.  Everything she does […]

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