Voters to Consider a Tax Rate Election and School Bond Election on November 7 Ballot
For the first time in history, CCISD is asking voters to consider approving three cents on its maintenance and operations tax rate to offset the increasing cost of education. If approved, CCISD voters should still see annual tax savings.
$265 million for priority repairs of schools, improved surveillance, and music instruments and athletic equipment replacements
$37 million for student and staff technology, cybersecurity systems, and technology infrastructure
Voter Approval Tax Rate Election and Bond Propositions will be on the November 7 ballot.
The Student Handbook is designed to align with law, board-adopted policy and the Student Code of Conduct, which is a board-adopted document intended to promote school safety and an atmosphere for learning.
CCISD leverages SchoolCafè as an online menu and payment management system for all student meals.