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Pace Summer Learning Program

Castleberry ISD is holding our PACE for Learning Summer Program this year for students in grades PK-12th grade. Our PACE for Learning Program will address the needs of students who need accelerated instruction as well as students who require intervention. If your child has been receiving interventions, performed below expectations on assessments, or has struggled to maintain passing grades each six weeks, he or she may be required to complete our PACE for Learning Program.

PACE for Learning Dates

  • Pre-K and Kindergarten: June 4th-July 1st, Monday-Friday
  • 1st - 5th Grade: June 4th - July 1st, Monday - Friday
  • 6th - 7th Grade: June 4th - July 1st, Monday - Friday
  • 8th Grade: June 4th - June 30th, Monday - Friday
  • 9th - 12th Grade: June 4th - June 30th, Monday - Friday

If your child will be required to complete our PACE for Learning Program, you will receive additional information from your child’s school in May.

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Leader in Me Parent Survey Now Available
Two years ago, Joy James began implementing a transformational process called the Leader In Me. It is based on life skills and creates a culture that EVERY child can be a leader.  
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Pre-K and Kinder Pre-Registration
Beginning April 1, 2021, parents may pre-register both Pre-K and Kindergarten students who are new to CISD for the 2021-2022 school year. This pre-registration is very important for new students and is the beginning of the registration process. Registrations will be finalized in July 2021, before the school year begins. 
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Virtual Open House
Take a virtual tour of JJE! See where our leaders lead, learn, and grow! 
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3rd Grade dressed as their future for Career Day
Begin with the End in Mind: Rise Up with Career Day
JJE Leaders dressed in their dreams for Career ​Day! Mrs. Hammond, JJE’s Counselor, offered students opportunities to explore ALL possibilities while visiting with guests virtually and in-person.  
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ASDY Support Program Begins
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted our lives in ways we could not have imagined. The way we educate children has had to shift rapidly in order to ensure that every child has the same opportunity to learn and doesn’t fall behind or miss opportunities to excel. Despite heroic efforts from both parents and educators, some children are still struggling to succeed in the tumultuous and stressful times we are living in. In an effort to lend a helping hand and combat learning loss, Castleberry ISD is proud to announce the Additional Days School Year support program. As part of the Additional Days School Year support program, or ADSY, our dedicated team of educators and administrators at each campus are stepping up and opening schools for in-person instruction from 8:00 AM to 12:00 Noon on Saturdays 
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Rise Up
Welcome to the 2020-2021 School Year
Welcome letter from the Principal, Ms. Turner 
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Joy James Faculty Recognize "Co-Teachers" During Remote Learning
JJE Faculty thank parents during the parent appreciation parade 
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Finishing Strong with Remote Learning
Information on the last 2 weeks of Remote Learning 
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Leader In Me
We are pleased to announce that Joy James Elementary is officially a Leader in Me School. As a part of this experience, Our students will have the opportunity to learn the principles found in The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People and The Leader in Me. 
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Connect With Castleberry
Every parent wants to maintain good communication with their student's school. Here are some ways you can stay in the know about what is happening in Castleberry ISD! 
Not in My School
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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Emergency Closing Information
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