Campuses with summer school programs, summer food service and/or YMCA in their buildings will remain open Monday through Friday throughout the summer.
The distinguished honor of District Teachers of the Year has been awarded to Molly Pittman, Dallas Park Elementary and Kady Donaghey, Bill R. Johnson CTE Center. Mrs. Pittman and Mrs. Donaghey will represent Crowley ISD in the Region XI competition.
- English speaking students entering Kindergarten or First Grade
- Spanish speaking students (eligible as Limited English Proficient) who will be entering Kindergarten or First Grade
For more information regarding the Two-Way Dual Language Program, please contact Maria Anguiano at 817-297-5800 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Summer Learning Academy information
Learn more about the new schedules for next school year.
Wednesday, June 5 at 7:00 p.m. at the Fort Worth Convention Center
Mary Jean Elbanna Taylor Brianne Baumgard
4.5631 GPA 4.5 GPA
North Crowley High School
Monday, June 3 at 7:00 p.m. at the Fort Worth Convention Center
Megan Goh Bailey Katherine Barksdale
4.5750 GPA 4.5246 GPA
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The Ft. Worth Star-Telegram features our award winning Computer Science program. Read about how CISD is equipping students for college and high-paying careers.
Reading, writing and computer coding -- the basics of the future
The Ft. Wort Business Press recently featured the great work of the Bill R. Johnson CTE Center in the article "Making the Grade: Crowley technical education puts students on career path."
|Elementary Schools||Intermediate Schools|
|1st place: Jackie Carden Elementary||1st place: Mary Harris Intermediate|
|2nd: Dallas Park Elementary||2nd place: Sue Crouch Intermediate|
|3rd place: Parkway Elementary||3rd place: S.H. Crowley Intermediate|
Click here for the complete list of winners
Cara Jones - CHS Senior Mariana Navarro - NCHS Senior Aaliyah Moore - NCHS Senior
Three Health Science students from the Bill R. Johnson CTE Center have been accepted into the Texas Health Resources Youth Prodigy Program. This program creates a fast-track for graduating seniors transitioning from high school to a professional health care career.
More than 300 students apply and only 25 are accepted into the Prodigy program each year. "This program is life-changing for the students and their families, and we are thrilled to be a part of not only shaping their career paths but also serving as their introduction to the field of health care," said Dr. Jim Dunn, Texas Health's chief learning officer.
Kelsey Rivers-NCHS, Susana Sanchez-NCHS, Bobette Vroon-Advisor,
Sandra Perez-NCHS, Briana Burns-CHS)
Seven students representing Crowley ISD's TAFE (Texas Association of Future Educators) and the Bill R. Johnson CTE Center brought home top awards after attending the TAFE Teach Tomorrow Summit State Conference and Competition in San Antonio on February 17-19.
- Outstanding TAFE Chapter (awarded to CISD for the second year in a row)
- First Place Blue Ribbon: Project Visualize Service Project on Sandy Hook Elementary and school safety
- First Place Blue Ribbon: TAFE Chapter Yearbook
- Six Gold Certificates: Professional Portfolio Preparation
- One Silver Certificate: Professional Portfolio Preparation
- Outstanding TAFE Senior: Kelsey Rivers, finalist
- Distinguished Service Advisor Award: Bobette Vroon for assisting Burleson ISD in starting TAFE program
Dr. Powell's new contract will expire June 30, 2017.
Pictured above: TCC Chancellor Erma Johnson Hadley, Toro the Trailblazer,
CISD Superintendent Dan Powell, TCC South Campus President Peter Jordan
Crowley ISD is proud to be home to the new Tarrant County College Crowley South Campus Center (TCC CSCC). The CSCC, which celebrated its Grand Opening on Monday, January 7th, occupies the second floor of CISD's Bill R. Johnson Career and Technology Education Center and is projected to serve 1,000 dual credit students and traditional academic transfer, workforce development, developmental education and continuing education students.
CISD students played a big role in the Grand Opening, including involvement from the CISD JROTC Panther Battalion, a combined Crowley and North Crowley high schools ensemble, members of the Crowley High School Marching Band, and CISD students of all ages featured in a video entitled, "Tomorrow Starts Here" about how CISD is preparing them for college.
so that all students achieve their full potential.