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Computer Science Education Week

We live in a world surrounded by technology and we know that whatever career field we choose to go into as adults, our ability to succeed will increasingly depend on understanding how technology works. The reality is that technology affects every field of commerce in today's society. In healthcare, computing is part of operating rooms every day. Technology has also enabled breakthroughs like contact lenses that detect insulin levels for people with diabetes. In space and aeronautics we are depending on a generation of robots to explore where humans cannot. In our homes we are automating every day things like our heating and cooling systems. On our roads we depend on navigation systems to get us home and now we are experimenting with bringing self-driving cars into our everyday lives. In entertainment, blockbuster movies depend on computer science to bring new characters to life and provide us new completely animated worlds. The music industry was also forever changed by the rise of the digital age. And every single day this trend is growing across every industry. Yet, only a tiny fraction of us are learning how technology works. Fewer than half of all schools teach computer science. However, in Castleberry ISD we offer computer science to all Pre-K through 5th grade students, all 7th grade students, and as a course in high school for all interested students.

During Computer Science Education week, which is December 4th through 10th, our entire school district is joining more than 100 million students worldwide on the largest learning even in history- The Hour of Code. "The Hour of Code is designed to demystify code, to show that computer science is not rocket-science, and anybody can learn the basics." said Hadi Partovi, founder and CEO of code.org. "It's now on track to be the largest learning event in history, proving that the demand for relevant 21st century computer science education crosses all borders and knows no boundaries." Look for resources to be added to this article starting on Monday, December 4th that will provide self-guided tutorials for students, teachers, and parents to participate in an Hour of Code.

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CHS 2018 Graduation
CHS 2018 Graduation will be held at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary on May 26, 2018 at 2:00 p.m. 
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CHS Highlight Video 2017
At this month's Board of Education Meeting Castleberry High School showed us how they are forming connections with their education, their community, and with each other. Are you curious about how they are doing so? Check out the video and see for yourself! 
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College Fair 2017
The Annual Castleberry High School College Fair will be on Thursday; October 26th from 1-3 pm in the CHS North Gym. See the full article for more details 
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Welcome Our Newest Member of the Castleberry Family
Please join us in welcoming Mr. Vasquez to the Castleberry Family. He will be service as the interim principal at CHS. See the full article for more information.  
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PSAT/SAT Parent Night
If you have questions regarding the PSAT or the SAT, this informational event is for you! Come see us Monday, October 2nd from 6:00-7:00 PM in the Castleberry High School Cafeteria. 
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Katy ISD needs our help!
The students of Katy ISD have suffered tremendous loss during the devastating floods brought on by Hurricane Harvey. Help provide school supplies for their upcoming year. 
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PSAT/SAT Campus-wide Administration
There will be a campus wide administration of the PSAT and SAT on October 11th. Preparatory sessions will also be offered. See the full article for more details. 
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CHS Site-based Decision-making Committee
CHS is looking for volunteers to serve on their SBDM Committee as community and local business representatives. See the full article for more details. 
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Homecoming 2017 Preparations
The annual Castleberry High School Homecoming activities are quickly approaching! The Homecoming Parade is scheduled for Thursday, September 14th and will begin at 6:30 p.m. See the full article for more details. 
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Back to School Information
Welcome back to school! There is much to look forward to and celebrate at Castleberry ISD. Need information on getting to school, lunch prices, or other information? Here are all of the links to get you there. 
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2017-2018 CHS Registration
Campus registration for the 2017-2018 school year will begin on Wednesday August 2nd. See the full article for more details. 
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Change of Location
Change of Location for STAAR EOC Summer Administration
The location for the summer administration of STAAR End-of-Course exams has been changed to Castleberry High School. 
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Summer School and End-of-Course Summer Intervention and Testing
Information regarding CHS summer school for credit recovery and summer end-of-course intervention and testing has been released. Further information regarding specific assignments will be distributed later this month. 
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CHS Class of 2017 Commencement Information
The Castleberry High School commencement will be held on May 27 at 7 p.m. at the W. G. Thomas Coliseum in Haltom City. 
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Harlem Globetrotter Melvin Adams to Speak to CHS Students
Melvin Adams, a former Harlem Globetrotter and San Antonio Spur, will address the CHS student body on Friday, March 10 at 3 pm in the CHS Phil Aikman Auditorium. 
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State Qualifiers
CHS Advances 19 to UIL State Solo and Ensemble Contest
CHS Advances 19 to UIL State Solo and Ensemble Contest 
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Culinary Arts Supports CE Poetry Slam
Under the direction of Mrs. Wendy Ivey, Castleberry High School Culinary Arts students created poetry-inspired cookies for Castleberry Elementary's 5th grade poetry slam. 
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Four CHS Students Qualify for All-State Participation
On Saturday, Jan 7th, seven of our students represented Castleberry at the Area level of band competition in Robinson, Texas. All of our students ranked in the top half and higher in their instrument. 
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2016 CHS Fall Blood Drive
The Castleberry High School Annual Fall Blood Drive will be held on Monday, Dec.12 from 8:30 AM to 2:00 PM in the North Gym. 
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2016 Accountability Rating
Every year, the Reporting Division of the Texas Education Agency is responsible for compiling and analyzing data to develop and report meaningful accountability ratings that help Texas public schools meet the educational needs of all students. 
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Career Investigation 2016
Castleberry High School’s Seniors participated in the first annual Senior College Day on October 19th at CHS.  
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Senior Culinary Conference
Castleberry High School’s Senior Culinary Students recently had an extremely exciting and relevant experience at the first annual Fort Worth Area Culinary Career Conference. 
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The District has now added another component to receiving messages from the District. In addition to text messaging, parents and guardians can now sign up to receive emails. 
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Give a Tip to Crime Stoppers
If you are interested in helping your school, the district, and local Crime Stoppers enforcement keep your school and the surrounding community safe, there is a way you can take personal responsibility. 
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Lion Report Course Selection Special Edition
This special edition of the Lion Report is designed to show you all of the fabulous opportunities that Castleberry ISD has to offer in the areas of Career & Technical Education, Fine Arts, Athletics, and other elective areas. There is also a Graduation Toolkit provided to assist you in planning for high school coursework as well as post-secondary success. 
Tarrant County Hispanic College Fair
Tarrant County Hispanic College Fair
The National Hispanic College Fair Association is putting on a special fair for the college bound students in our area. The event will host over 50 colleges, universities, and trade schools from across Texas and the United States. Representatives will be on hand to explain what programs and opportunities they have to offer our students, answer questions, and provide materials (in both English and Spanish). This is a great chance for our juniors to learn about some of the college and universities that have specialized Hispanic programs, organizations and scholarships.