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      Uvalde CISD is committed to fostering a safe and supportive learning environment for all students. As we prepare to return to school, our focus remains on supporting our students, staff, and families. On this page, you find information to make decisions that are best for your children. With the 2022-2023 school year fast approaching, the Uvalde CISD Back-to-School webpage will serve as a central point of information about the return to school. 

      We hope this webpage serves as a helpful resource for getting all the information you need to make informed decisions at the start of the new school year. 

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    • RETURN STUDENT VERIFICATION/ NEW STUDENT ENROLLMENT

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    • Welcome to Uvalde CISD! Whether you are a returning or new student, the links below will

    • guide you to complete your student’s registration for the 2022-2023 school year.

     


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    • UVALDE CISD VIRTUAL ACADEMY

     

    Uvalde CISD will be offering a virtual learning option for the 2022-2023 school year.  Uvalde CISD Virtual Academy will provide remote instruction to students in grades K-12. Students must:

    • Reside in the Uvalde CISD attendance area;
    • Be enrolled in Uvalde CISD;
    • Have reasonable access to in-person services at a district or school facility;
    • Have fewer than 10 unexcused absences while enrolled in Uvalde Virtual Academy over a six-month period.

    Official applications for admission will remain open until August 31st. The virtual learning program will use district Learning Management Systems of See Saw (K-2) and Canvas (3-12), which can be accessed on district-provided iPads. After the application window has closed, all submitted applications will be reviewed for program eligibility under program guidelines.

    UVALDE CISD VIRTUAL ACADEMY APPLICATION


A Message from the Superintendent


  • CAMPUS ALIGNMENT


    Our campus alignment plan is driven by the desire to ensure all campuses have adequate space and resources to meet student needs at each campus to allow for more personalized support. Counselors with specialized backgrounds in trauma and grief will be available to serve students and staff at all district campuses.

    • The Uvalde Elementary (the Benson Complex) campus will serve students in third and fourth grade under the direction of the teachers and support staff from Robb Elementary.

    • Flores Elementary will serve students in the fifth and sixth grades. The teachers, support staff, and administrators at Flores Elementary will remain in place.

    • Crossroads Academy will be relocated to 537 E. Oppenheimer Street. This facility will meet the Academy’s unique needs for a flexible school day with a focus on individualized learning plans.

    • New Hope Daycare will be located in the north building at the Benson Educational Complex.

    Campus Information


  • SAFETY & SECURITY


    Uvalde CISD continues to work with the Texas Education Agency (TEA) and the Texas School Safety Center (TxSSC) to conduct a full safety and security audit of all district property. The House Investigative Committees Interim Report reinforced the safety and security enhancements that are already underway across the district.

    Campus Safety & Security Preparation

     

    Work Currently Underway

    • Installing new 8-foot, non-scalable perimeter fencing at the elementary and junior high school campuses; logistics for perimeter fencing at the high school campus are currently underway

    • Installing additional security cameras across the district

    • Upgrading doors and door locks

    • Providing additional training to all staff on the Raptor system

    • Enhancing annual rapid response training for all staff

    • Ongoing safety audit conducted by the Texas School Safety Center (TxSSC)

    • Reviewing and revising standing policies and procedures

    • Additional training for all staff on updated policies and procedures

    • Additional training for the district police force

    • Opportunities to update or upgrade communication systems, including police radios and cellular connectivity

     

    FENCING

    Designmaster donated 8-foot non-climb fencing material for Dalton Elementary, which was delivered last week. Additional Designmaster fencing materials have been ordered for Uvalde Elementary (the Benson Complex), Batesville, UDLA, Flores, and Morales Junior High. Uvalde High School will be measured, and a timeline developed.

     

    CAMERAS

    Video camera systems with additional cameras will be installed on all campuses.

     

    SECURE VESTIBULES/ENTRANCES

    The district and security consultants have designed designated points of entry for Dalton, Batesville, Uvalde Elementary (the Benson Complex), UDLA, Flores, Morales Junior High, Uvalde High School, and Crossroads to create a one-entry passage to the campus for visitors. Work has begun, and we expect work to be completed by the first day of school.

     

     

    COMMUNICATION

    Evaluate and Audit Communication and WiFi at all campuses and find solutions for troubled areas.

     


  • SOCIAL & EMOTIONAL SUPPORT


    Uvalde CISD has a Director of Recovery in place who is responsible for leading our efforts to help students work through the challenges associated with returning to school. Mental health professionals who specialize in trauma and grief will be available to meet with students at all school campuses. All campus staff will participate in recovery training from August 1st to August 22nd. 


    Social & Emotional Support Preparations

    RECOVERY LIBRARY


  • Student-Centered Supports

  • Staff Training and Support

  • Staff Trainings

  • Tiered Systems of Student Support


  • FAQ


    Uvalde CISD is working diligently to address the questions that our students and their families may have about the return to school. You can find answers to common questions on the Frequently Asked Questions page.

    FAQ
     
     

  • Parent & Student Directory


    The web pages below provide our parents and students with district information.

    Parent & Student Directory

UCISD Parent/Student Guidelines

  • In the wake of the tragedy at Robb Elementary School, the Uvalde CISD Moving Forward Foundation was established to help collect funding for the construction of a new elementary campus in the Uvalde CISD. With support from generous donors, funds raised will help the children, families, and staff of the Uvalde CISD community move forward together. 

    Uvalde CISD Moving Forward Foundation

     


  • PRESS CENTER


    We appreciate your patience and understanding as we work to respond to a high volume of media requests. We will work to respect your deadlines as best we can.

    It is important to note that we are limited in the information we are able to share at this time, please see the guidance below:

    Press Center

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