Castleberry Elementary services students in Pre-Kindergarten through Fifth grade



 

 Dr. Suess Week


















Castleberry Elementary Open House
Tuesday, March 3rd, 5:30-7:00pm



Star Telegram Stock Show Art Cont

Art Show at the Stock ShowThree students at Castleberry Elementary entered pieces into the 2015 Fort Worth Star Telegram Stock Show Art Contest. Fifth grader, Erika Cedillo, was selected as an official contest participant for her acrylic painting. The other students who entered pieces were fourth grade students, Ericka Moya and Alexia Olivo. We are so proud of these three young ladies. They represented Castleberry Elementary well





The Jump Rope for Heart was a Huge Success

On February 13th, students at Castleberry Elementary jumped all over heart disease and stroke by participating in Jump Rope For Heart. The students raised more than $2700 for the American Heart Association, which funds research, programs and education to fight heart disease and stroke, our nation’s No. 1 and No. 4 killers.

 “I’m so pleased with the success of this year’s event,” said Michael Jenkins, Jump Rope For Heart coordinator. “We all had a lot of fun, and the kids enjoyed learning about the importance of physical activity and how they can play a role in saving lives.”

 The schools top fund raiser was 3rd grader Faithlyn McPherson. She raised $200 in memory of her Pepaw Charles Miller. Castleberry Elementary is so proud of all who participated in this years event.


Lion Leaders for Fourth Six Weeks
Lion LeadersEvery six weeks the 5th grade students at Castleberry Elementary have the opportunity to write a brief essay about why they should be chosen to be a Lion Leader for the next six weeks.  The students write their essays and give them to the teachers who then submit them to the essay committee.  The committee members read the essays, not knowing which essay belongs to which student, and rate them A – Z.  The essays that have the highest ratings across the board are chosen as the next Lion Leaders as long as they are showing good citizenship and are keeping their grades up in the classroom.  The Lion Leaders help with simple office duties, help in the lunch room with our kindergarten students, and help at arrival and dismissal times.  It is a great honor to be a Lion Leader at CE.

This six weeks the Lion Leaders are from left to right Bianca Torrez, Erika Cedillo, Brianna Marquez, Melany Gutierrez, Rebekah Garcia, and Lilianna Rodriguez.  Also pictured in the back row are 5th grade teachers Nicole McDorman, Chip James, Ashley Parker, and Associate Principal Terry Johnson



CE Science Fair - 
First Place Winners
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Mya A., Jayla B., Ricardo O., Anthony N, Joshua M., Alan M., Yanis L., Jose B., Matthew C., Kaylup L., Gabriel R., Daniela R., Faith I., Heaven M., Jordi E., Joshua J., Griffyn C., Cavan W., Mary L., Armonte H., Riley C., Clarissa V. and Rebekah G.


Fort Worth Science Museum Comes to CE

Science is the field of study concerned with discovery and describing the world around us by observation and experimentation.  On December 9th, Castleberry Elementary in conjunction with the Fort Worth Science Museum hosted Family Science Night. Over 350 families and staff members attended this hands on world of discovery. Families were able to gaze the planets and stars in a planetarium show, experiment with electrons to create static charges, and much much more!




Can Food Drive Helps Local Food Banks

Can Food DriveCastleberry Elementary and Joy James Elementary students were able to come together and raise a total of 2,054 cans for those in need for the holidays. All food items will be distributed between the local food banks in River Oaks. Castleberry Elementary would like to thank everyone who participated in the canned food drive for all their hard work and holiday spirit.  The food drive was a part of CISD’s 3rd annual Turkey Trot that is hosted each year at Castleberry Elementary. Even though the run was postponed until May due to the weather, it did not stop the students of both campuses from coming together for our community.




Watch Mr. Johnson's Safety Video on Using the Crosswalks

Click on the link below to learn about ways to stay safe when crossing the street near Castleberry Elementary.

 https://studio.stupeflix.com/v/OWfr0w0LBtwm/



School Hours

Morning PreKindergarten 8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
Afternoon PreKindergarten 12:15 p.m. - 3:15 p.m.
Kindergarten - 5th Grade 8:00 a.m. - 3:15 p.m.


Click on the links below for 2014-2015 school supply lists, lunch prices, and District dress code information:


 

 


Texas No Child Left Behind Report Card
State of Texas 2013-14 School Report Card for Castleberry Elementary 

If you would like a paper copy of the 
report you can retrieve one in our front office. This is a report required by the Texas Legislature and prepared by the Texas Education Agency. It is to inform a parent or guardian of every child enrolled in a Texas public school. The report provides information concerning student performance on the State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR), as well as information on student enrollment, class size averages, and financial expenditures


Section 1111(h)(2) of the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) requires our Campus, Castleberry Elementary which receives Title I, Part A funding to notify parents of all enrolled students.  By clicking the following link you will be directed to this public information -Texas NCLB Report Card Link 



  1. Teachers should instruct students on the reason for the survey (to addresses students’ and parents’ perceptions of school climate).  Teachers should also remind students to be honest and to think about how they respond because the information is used to improve their school.
 
Student Climate Survey Dec. 2012 G. 3-5
 
Parent/Community Climate Survey-Encuesta de Clima para Padres y la Comunidad Dec. 2012
  1. The following links will direct students to the climate Survey for grades 3-5.  It will also direct parents to a survey.  Please post the links on your website for accessibility.  The links will be available until January 7, 2013.
  2. Teachers should instruct students on the reason for the survey (to addresses students’ and parents’ perceptions of school climate).  Teachers should also remind students to be honest and to think about how they respond because the information is used to improve their school.
 
Student Climate Survey Dec. 2012 G. 3-5
 
Parent/Community Climate Survey-Encuesta de Clima para Padres y la Comunidad Dec. 2012

News & Events

Lion Leaders for First Six Weeks
Castleberry Elementary wishes to congratulate its first installment of 5th grade Lion Leaders!   READ MORE...
Welcome Back from Superintendent Gary S. Jones
As Superintendent of Schools, I want to extend a welcome for the 2014-2015 school year. Nothing pleases us more than to be able to say   READ MORE...
Fifth Grade Goes to Bass Hall
Castleberry Elementary fifth graders had a wonderful time at their fine arts field trip to Bass Hall a couple of weeks ago!  READ MORE...
Mr. Hegarty's Birthday!
A BIG “Happy Birthday” to our volunteer extraordinaire, Mr. Hegarty for his dedicated acts of volunteering throughout the campus.  READ MORE...
Lion Leaders for Second Six Weeks
Castleberry Elementary wishes to congratulate its second installment of 5th grade Lion Leaders!  READ MORE...


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