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  Castleberry Elementary services students grades
Pre-Kindergarten through Fifth Grade.


No School for Students February 27th
Dr. Seuss Week will begin the week of February 27th
Open House February 28th 5:30-7:30


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    World Read Aloud Day With Mr. Ramos

    Castleberry Elementary 5th grade classes were read to by our very own Superintendent Mr. Ramos.  He read "Hippos are Huge" by Jonathan London.  The students learned so many things about hippos.  Faithlyn M. learned that hippos eat 100 pounds of grass a day.  Their tusks are as long as your arm.  The students want to let everyone know if you have any questions about hippos, Mr. Ramos is the person to ask.

    Below, Mr. Ramos talks about this book.


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    Castleberry Cares
    The Castleberry Cares Health and Community Resource Fair is a FREE COMMUNITY EVENT open to everyone within the surrounding Castleberry ISD community, and will feature activities, information and resources for adults and children. 
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    Samurai Santa
    Samurai Santa is one of the most popular books in the Castleberry Library’s collection. This book is so popular and is a favorite of student of all ages. On World Read Aloud Day 3rd grade and 1st grade students were thrilled to have the opportunity to participate in a Google Hangout with author Rubin Pingk. 
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    Bluebonnet Book Party
    The Bluebonnet Voting Party was held on Friday, February 17th. Students in 3rd, 4th, and 5th were challenged to read 5 or more books from this year’s Bluebonnet list. Students from all over Texas vote on these books.  
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    CISD Dual Language Reading Bee
    Castleberry Elementary is proud to announce the first place winner of the CISD Dual Language Enrichment (DLE) Reading Bee, Adan R. from Mr. Remis’s class. 
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    5th Grade Genre Study
    5th grade students connected their genre study of historical fiction with the Bluebonnet book A Fine Dessert. 
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    4th Grade Indian Project
    Ms.Hendrix, Ms.York and Ms.Sanders brought their classes into the library to do an Indian project on all the different types of Indian tribes.  
    Mr. Montalvo
    Safety Concerns and Report Card Time
    Thank you for your patience and cooperation this week for helping us keep all the children safe. Our students' safety remains a top priority for all of Castleberry ISD.  
    Mr. Montalvo
    The First Six Weeks Was a Success
    Can you believe this is the beginning of the second six weeks of school? Last week, students worked very hard on their Curriculum Based Assessments. Report cards will be issued soon. As always, feel free to contact your child's teacher with any questions or concerns. We are here to help your student achieve success. 
    Mr. Montalvo
    Message from the Principal September 19th
    I am excited to announce some of the classes your kids are involved in this school year. Students are creating items in Creation Station and MakerSpace, learning to code in computer science, and improving their reading skills in Achieve3000. 
    Mr. Montalvo
    Welcome Back to the 2016-2017 School Year!
    Welcome Back to the 2016-2017 School Year! 

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    Attendance & Truancy for Castleberry Elementary 2016-2017
    Federal and State law have very specific regulations regarding school attendance. Castleberry Elementary adheres to these laws, and is dedicated to providing the best education possible for your child. For more details on attendance requirements and truancy information please watch to videos linked below. 
    Free GED Prep Classes
    In partnership with Tarrant County College, Castleberry ISD is offering free GED classes in English and Spanish to our community. 
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     School Building.png School Hours
    Kindergarten - 5th Grade     8:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Morning Pre-K                      8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
    Afternoon Pre-K                   12:15 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

    Breakfast Program Hours
    Served to all students Monday - Friday 7:30 a.m.-7:50 a.m.
    Click on the links below for 2016-2017 school supply lists, lunch prices, and district dress code information:​ 
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    School Supply List   Dress Code

     Principal Spotlight
     Mr. Montalvo

    Mr. Ricardo Montalvo
    Principal's Corner
    Digital Portfolio

     School Hours
     K-5 8:00-3:30
     PK AM 8:00-11:00
     PK PM 12:15-3:30

     Bell Schedule

     First Bell     7:50 
     Tardy Bell    8:00 
     Dismissal    3:30 

    Breakfast in the classroom:

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