There are no words to describe the generosity of this great community! At the senior awards and scholarship program on May 13, 2019, Caldwell churches, civic organizations, Fair Association, Go Texan and individuals donated $266,053.00 in scholarships. That total does not include the many out-of-county and university scholarships that were received.
Attached you will see the complete summary of awards and scholarships presented.
The administrative offices will be closed during the week of July 4, 2019. Maintenance staff will be working on a limited staff.
Pick up will be available July 29th - August 16th.
Any tickets not renewed by August 16 will be offered to the general public on Tuesday, August 20.
Tickets are available Monday – Friday from 8-4. All transactions must be in person.
For questions please call the Administration Office at 567-2400.
***Ticket Price $10 a seat***
There are four home games this year (2019-2020).
The Caldwell Education and Leadership Foundation provided a grant to Teacher Jennifer Zermino and her science students for a weather station. You can access the weather station from this site: https://burleson.weatherstem.com/caldwellis
STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. Virtually every school in the United States is trying to improve on their "STEM" activities. The CBS TV show 60 Minutes recently aired a story on how schools are helping young students learn about STEM subjects. One of the tools schools are utilizing are littleBits. They are complex hand-held tools that introduce students to engineering. Caldwell ISD received a grant from the Caldwell Education and Leadership Foundation to purchase a set for the intermediate campus.
Robert Gadbois of Owners Building Resource has set up a website for our community to keep up with the progress of the various projects from the 2018 Bond election. Please see the new site at this link. It will be updated weekly.
November 14, 2018, National Signing Day was a great day for three Lady Hornet Softball players.
On November 6, 2018, the voters of Caldwell ISD passed two bonds; Proposition A for $36,225,000 and Proposition B for $3,750,000. Proposition A would provide new buildings and renovations while Proposition B refunds the Maintenance Tax Notes the district took out in the summer to replace the HVAC system at the high school.
On Sunday, June 3, the contractors begin ripping out ceiling tile for the heating and air conditioning system to be installed in the high school building. The $3.6 million renovation is being performed by E3 Entergral Solutions. The work is expected to be completed by the time school starts in mid-August.
Mon. October 8th, is Parent-Teacher Conference day at CHS.
Our goal is to inform ALL parents of how their child is doing at CHS and to meet our Federal guidelines.
Call us at 979.567.2401 to schedule the appointment.
Students can earn 5 points in 4 core classes if parent comes!