The Cedar Hill Independent School District is committed to serving meals through the June 30. We want to ensure that our resources are in the correct locations.
Due to low participation, we will be closing the High Pointe Elementary pickup. Those who have picked up their meals at High Pointe will be able to go to other locations in Cedar Hill. The meals will be served on Mondays and Wednesdays from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Symone Humble became the first female group commander of the Cedar Hill High School Air Force JROTC in 2008.
“A big part of that was Lieutenant Colonel Gregory L. Walker encouraging me and showing me that I could do it,” said Humble, a 2009 Cedar Hill High School Graduate. “He was my father figure. He was always there to be supportive and helped shape me into the leader I am today.”
Dane Hubbard has one hundred thousand reasons to cross the Red River this summer.
The Collegiate High School senior is one of 40 incoming University of Oklahoma (OU) freshmen to earn the prestigious National Award. He received $100,000 to attend OU. To put that National Award in perspective, OU had 4,500 incoming freshmen last year.
Beth Gressett has worked in Cedar Hill ISD for 35 years.
When she started with the District in 1985, Cedar Hill had one grocery store, one pharmacy and one post office. W.S. Permenter (the namesake of Permenter Middle School) was the CHISD Superintendent.
Gressett, the CHISD Child Nutrition Administrative Secretary, was honored that CHISD Superintendent Dr. Gerald Hudson and CHISD Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources Dr. Violet Dean went out of their way to present her service pin, in a way that adhered to safety and social distancing.
The Cedar Hill ISD Board of Trustees approved a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on Wednesday to create a special partnership with Tarleton State University, one of the most well-respected institutions of higher learning in North Texas.
Longhorn Next Chapter
‘There aren’t enough hours in the day’ is a phrase that Dr. Justin Fairless has never accepted as fact.
The 2000 Cedar Hill High School Graduate makes the most of each millisecond.
Reading through his (active) occupations on his Facebook page is the mental equivalent of running a marathon.
Emergency Medicine Physician at Texas Health
Assistant Professor at TCU and UNT Health Science Center – School of Medicine
Tactical Physician at Center for Tactical Medicine
EMS Medical Director at Native Air Texas/Air Methods
Board of Directors at Texas College of Emergency Physicians
Medical Officer at NDMS TX-4 Disaster Medical Assistance Team
Certified Crossfit Trainer
That’s not a resume, but a list of current roles.
Joyner Holmes is one of the best athletes in the storied history of Cedar Hill ISD.
As a high school senior in 2016, she was the top girls basketball recruit in the United States and became the first female CHISD Scholar to be selected to two prestigious games – the McDonald’s All-American Game in Chicago and the Jordan Brand Classic in New York City.
The 2015 Cedar Hill High School Graduate had just helped the Longhorns win its third UIL Football Championship, defeating Katy High School, 23-20. “It was a once in a lifetime opportunity,” Gipson said. Less than two months later, Gipson signed with the University of Tulsa, the only FBS Division I Program that had recruited him. The lack of recruitment fueled Gipson’s drive for success, and it appears as if he’ll have the last word.
Dr. Hudson's Daily Message
Timely, consistent and clear communication is important as our community navigates through the effects of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Even with our campuses closed indefinitely, there is still teaching and learning taking place via our online Flex Learning and support for our families happening every day. To ensure communication continues with our families and staff, Dr. Hudson will email a message each weekday at noon. This page will serve as an archive for the daily messages shared.