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  • Join the Waco ISD Police Department for National Night Out 2019

    The department will be hosting activities from 6-8 p.m. on Oct. 1 at 2015 Alexander Ave.

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  • Ascension Providences hosts Medical Mission at Home

    Ascension Providence will offer free medical care at their annual community event.

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  • Waco ISD named a “District of Distinction” for the visual arts

    Waco ISD is one of 20 districts statewide to be included on the Texas Art Education Association’s inaugural list.

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  • Waco ISD interim superintendent responds to state accountability ratings

    “These ratings matter, and they are important. However, they don’t measure everything that matters, and they definitely don’t capture all that is important."

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  • Waco ISD early childhood educators gear up for the new school year

    More than 200 teachers and aides for students in pre-kindergarten through second grade are participating in two days of intensive professional development.

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  • Kincannon named lone finalist to become Waco ISD superintendent

    Her career in public education spans three decades, including the past eight years as the superintendent of Belton ISD.

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  • Dismissal at Mountainview Elementary School

    When arriving at 3:15 to pick up your child, be sure you have your Dismissal Pass ready.  If you are picking up at the porch, be sure you also have a valid picture I.D.  Need a pass?  Come to the office to pick one up from our staff or let your child's teacher know! 

    Cell Phones

    In the Student Code of Conduct, cell phones are allowed to be brought to school by students. In elementary school, students must have the phones in off mode and put in a backpack when arriving on school grounds until they leave the premises. Students may not use the phones in the cafeteria, classrooms or restrooms. They are not permitted to take pictures or videos at school. Students found with a cell phone out of their backpack during the instructional day or have one ringing in their backpack, will have their cell phone taken up and turned into the office. A parent/guardian must come to school and pick the cell phone up. Repeat violations will result in a $15.00 charge to pick up the phone from school. Please help us to curtail interruptions to our school day.

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