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  • Cedar Hill ISD Announces the Hiring of Settle as Director of Business Services

    Cedar Hill ISD Announces the Hiring of Settle as Director of Business Services

    Cedar Hill Independent School District is proud to announce the hiring of Carla Settle as the District’s new Director of Business Services.

    “Ms. Settle is an excellent addition to the District’s Business Office,” CHISD Superintendent Dr. Gerald Hudson said. “As we navigate this unprecedented situation, Chief Financial Officer Gilberto Prado and I know just how important it is to have high quality individuals as Ms. Settle working for the District.”

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  • Cedar Hill ISD Board Approves Chromebooks for Every Scholar

    Cedar Hill ISD Board Approves Chromebooks for Every Scholar

    The Cedar Hill Independent School District Board of Trustees voted on July 21 to approve a proposal to provide every scholar a Google Chromebook during the 2020-2021 academic year.

    The District will pay $1.8 Million to lease Google Chromebooks, and the scholars will return the devices at the end of each school year.

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  • Cedar Hill Hosts STEM Camp for Incoming Freshmen

    Cedar Hill Hosts STEM Camp for Incoming Freshmen

    Cedar Hill Independent School District emphasized its commitment to Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (STEM) with the first-ever Career and Technical Education (CTE) Summer Bridge Camp.

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  • Local Volunteers Build Two Garden Beds at High Pointe Elementary

    Local Volunteers Build Two Garden Beds at High Pointe Elementary

    High Pointe Elementary is receiving two raised garden beds, courtesy of High Pointe Baptist Church and Mission Cedar Hill.

    “We love our schools and love our community, so we help anyway we can,” High Pointe Baptist Church Pastor Toby Snowden said.

    And the project is a game-changer, according to High Pointe Elementary Assistant Principal Dwight Perry.

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  • Cedar Hill Football Releases Updated 2020 Schedule

    Cedar Hill Football Releases Updated 2020 Schedule

    The Cedar Hill High School Football Team has released its updated 2020 schedule, which has been amended due to the COVID-19 Pandemic.

    The Longhorns will play a scrimmage against fellow Best Southwest district, Lancaster, on September 25 at LHS.

    They’ll open the regular season on October 2 at Lewisville Hebron, a game that has been added to the schedule. Due to the Pandemic, the Longhorns will no longer make non-district visits to Rockwall or Arlington, respectively.

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  • Cedar Hill Softball Phenom Returns as Head Coach

    Cedar Hill Softball Phenom Returns as Head Coach

    Many of the records that Jennifer Davis set during a remarkable four-year varsity softball career still stand at Cedar Hill High School.

    Now, Davis has a vested interest in watching other individuals reach and exceed those standards.

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  • Cedar Hill Graduate Lives His Dreams in Technology Field

    Cedar Hill Graduate Lives His Dreams in Technology Field

    Rickey McCoy, a Cedar Hill High School Class of 2001 Graduate, credits his time in the District with preparing him for a career in technology.

    “There was a website-creating contest,” said McCoy, who now works as a Product Owner (Consumer Experience) for PlayStation in the San Francisco Bay Area. “I thought to myself, ‘I think I can do this.’ That’s when I started coding.”

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  • Cedar Hill Graduate Educates Fellow Airmen About Racial Injustice

    Cedar Hill Graduate Educates Fellow Airmen About Racial Injustice

    Tateum Richardson appreciates the Fourth of July holiday, but he understands the complexity behind it. He knows there’s far more to it than the standard traditions of barbecues, flag waving and fireworks.

    Richardson, a Cedar Hill High School Class of 2017 Graduate, currently serves in the United States Air Force at Minot Air Force Base in Minot, North Dakota.

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  • Collegiate Graduate Teaches Bilingual Education at Highlands Elementary School

    Collegiate Graduate Teaches Bilingual Education at Highlands Elementary School

    Three years after graduating from Collegiate High School, Maritza Miranda began her career with Cedar Hill ISD as a Bilingual Elementary School Teacher at Highlands Elementary.

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  • Cedar Hill Graduate Excited About Hawaii Opportunity

    Cedar Hill Graduate Excited About Hawaii Opportunity

    Quin Bright had more than 20 scholarship offers from universities in four of the five power conferences.

    But the Cedar Hill High School Class of 2020 Graduate wants to be part of restoring a football program.

    That is why Bright signed with the University of Hawaii in February and will report to the Honolulu campus – 3,781 miles southwest of Cedar Hill – next week.

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  • New Student Registration Is Underway

    Posted by Michael Sudhalter on 5/8/2020 11:30:00 AM

    New Student Registration for CHISD is ongoing at chisd.net

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  • 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.

    Read them here.

  • Episode 1

    by Micheal Sudhalter Length: 36:03

    Horns Up Half Hour' - Cedar Hill ISD's Podcast about Scholars, Staff and Community. Our guests will be individuals from the District and the community. This podcast is for anyone interested in expanding their knowledge of all things, CHISD.

     
    Our first guest is CHISD Superintendent Dr. Gerald Hudson, who is approaching his one year anniversary with the District. Dr. Hudson and his Cabinet have been busy planning for the upcoming school year. While that is usually a challenging task, the unprecedented COVID-19 Pandemic has made it exponentially more difficult. We will discuss the CHISD Blueprint - the plan to open our schools up.
     
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