Castleberry Elementary services students in Pre-Kindergarten through Fifth grade



 

Cyberbullying Prevention Survey

Castleberry Families and Community Members,

Please help Castleberry Elementary identify how to keep our students and staff aware of how to prevent cyberbullying.  Please click on the link and complete the survey by November 7th!

https://eduphoria.castleberryisd.net//forms/public/welcome.aspx?sid=a6f6aec9-e32d-4d71-ada6-b4b8cd20809c&orgid=11111111-1111-1111-1111-111111111111

Cyberbullying Survey Parents/Community Spanish Link:

https://eduphoria.castleberryisd.net//forms/public/welcome.aspx?sid=acc6f04c-1635-43a7-b1d5-d7de57677888&orgid=11111111-1111-1111-1111-11111111111
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Mr. Hegarty's Birthday!

Hegarty's BirthdayA BIG  “Happy Birthday” to our volunteer extraordinaire, Mr. Hegarty for his dedicated acts of volunteering throughout the campus.  Castleberry Elementary staff and students wore their best ties, made cards, and presented Mr. Hegarty a gift card to the new Walmart for his birthday and in honoring him on the annual “Mr. Hegarty Day” on Friday, October 17th.  A really BIG “thank you” to Ms. Ivey and the CHS Culinary Arts department for making the most wonderful birthday cake for staff and colorful cookies for students. 



Fifth Grade Goes to Bass Hall

Bass Hall - Fifth GradeCastleberry Elementary fifth graders had a wonderful time at their fine arts field trip to Bass Hall a couple of weeks ago! Students saw "Copland and the Common Man", a show by the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra highlighting the music of famous American composer, Aaron Copland. The orchestra performed excerpts from classical pieces such as "Appalachian Spring", "Fanfare for the Common Man" and "Lincoln Portrait,"", which connects well-known quotes by President Abraham Lincoln with moving music. A screen on stage provided pictures and videos to go along with the music.



Lions Leaders for First Six Weeks

Lion Leaders First Sixt WeeksCastleberry Elementary wishes to congratulate its first installment of 5th grade Lion Leaders!  These students submitted essays on various ways they could assist staff and students across the campus.  They have worked hard to maintain good grades and outstanding conduct.  These students pledged to do their best at all times and were given their honorary vest to wear beginning Monday, October 7th when their extra duties start. Students honored as pictured: 1st Row left to right, Briana Sigala, Mia Alfaro, Alyssa Salazar, Bianca Torrez, Daniela Tierrablanca, and Jessica Lara.  Teachers and staff from left to right are Ms. Vitela, Mr. James, Ms. Parker, Ms. McDorman, and Mr. Johnson.

Thank you to Tarrant Area Food Bank

Food BankCastleberry Elementary would like to thank Tarrant Area Food Bank for donating "In School Snacks" for over 400 students.  We are honored to join them in the fight against hunger!







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

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 

To meet this requirement the Texas Education Agency (TEA) provides these statistics at the state level (Texas) and for each district (Castleberry ISD) and/or campus (Castleberry Elementary)that is required.  If you do not have internet access, you may request a hard copy of this report via the office at Castleberry Elementary.
Texas Academic Performance 2012 - 2013 Report Link
2012-2013 School Report Card Link
Click here for the No Child Left Behind Parent Letter

  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

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Welcome Back from Superintendent Gary S. Jones
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