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  • Houston and Vidana appointed to fill vacancies on the Waco ISD board

    Trustees received letters from 20 individuals interested in being appointed to the board.

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  • Adopt-a-School Partnership Breakfast awards community volunteers

    Waco ISD hosted its 5th Annual Partnership Recognition Breakfast honoring the Adopt-a-School Partners from across the district.

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  • Summer learning opportunities for remediation, acceleration and enrichment

    Waco ISD will host a variety of summer learning opportunities for students seeking remediation, acceleration or enrichment.

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  • WISD to host free summer meals program

    Free breakfasts and lunches will be available to children ages 1-18 from June 3 - August 14.

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  • WISD Education Foundation awards $113,682 in innovative grants

    The Waco ISD Education Foundation and its SurPRIZE Patrol visited 16 Waco ISD campuses Tuesday to surprise 26 teachers with the news that their grant applications were approved for funding for the 2019-2020 school year. This year, the foundation is awarding $113,682 back to the district, bringing the total funded to more than $1.7 million over the past decade and a half.

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  • Waco ISD Board opts to fill vacancies by appointment

    Individuals interested in being considered for an appointment to either the at-large seat representing the entire school district or to the position representing Trustee District 3 should submit a letter expressing their interest no later than May 31.

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  • The mission of Communities In Schools (CIS) is to "surrounds students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life". We at CIS believe that keeping youth in school is not just the role of teachers or the school, but is really a community effort. 

    CIS is the largest dropout prevention program in the state and has the ultimate goal of ensuring academic success. CIS focuses on academic support, parent and family engagement, health and human services, supportive guidance and counseling, college and career readiness, and enrichment activities. 

    For more information about the CIS program please contact the CIS Program Manager, Brittany Wilcox Pena, at 254-750-3935. 

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