UCISD Police Department
U.C.I.S.D. Chief of Police
The primary goal for the Uvalde CISD Police Department is to maintain a safe and secure environment for our future leaders to learn and our current leaders to educate while forming partnerships with students, teachers, parents and the community while enforcing laws and reducing fears. We are committed to supporting the district's mission, to the highest level of professionalism, integrity and improve the quality of work by providing employees with effective leaderships, supervision and training.
2020 Bullying-Prevention Poster Contest Winners!
The UCISD Police Department encourages students to develop a special poster on a theme related to Bully Prevention. The five winners were selected, will receive a plaque, and their posters will be made into district posters to be displayed next year at each campus during the month of October. Thank you to all the contestants for submitting great artwork!
The top five winners this year, in order of grade-level category, are:
1st - 2nd Grade Category Winner:
“Stop Cutting Others Down” - Alyson Aviles, 2nd Grade - Batesville Elementary
3rd - 4th Grade Category Winner:
“Donut Bully!” - Davinah Gomes, 3rd Grade - Robb Elementary
5th - 6th Grade Category Winner:
“All It Takes is One Voice” - Sophia Longoria, 6th Grade - Flores Elementary
7th - 8th Grade Category Winner:
“Anti-Bullying” - Joaquine Gonzales, 7th Grade - Morales Junior High
9th - 12th Grade Category Winner:
“Anti-Bullying PD” - Seth Votruba, 12th Grade - UHS
Download the STOP!T app.
STOP!T allows you to privately report bullying going on at school. Throughout the school year, students from any campus will be able to use this app to report dangers, threats, and bullying they may be experiencing.
Whether its physical, verbal, or cyber bullying, UCISD officials hope students will use this anonymous app to.