The Cedar Hill Independent School District Board of Trustees approved two proposals at Monday’s Board Meeting aimed at rewarding employees for their dedication and commitment during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
The Board approved a three percent salary adjustment for auxiliary employees and a reliability stipend for all Longhorn Staff.
In a matchup of two legendary programs, these Longhorns were up for the challenge.
The Cedar Hill High School Football Team, ranked 11th in Class 6A, earned a 27-17 victory over defending Class 5A State Champion, Aledo, on Friday night at Bearcat Stadium in Aledo.
The honesty is apparent in the eye contact. The trustworthiness is evident in the firm handshake. The attentiveness is obvious when he shows up early to each and every meeting.
These are life lessons that Cedar Hill High School Assistant Principal Keric McGowan learned from the late John Shelton, a Fort Worth telephone company employee whom he considered the most influential person in his life.
Cedar Hill High School Assistant Volleyball Coach Jose Marrero-Vega thought it would be a great idea for the Lady Longhorns Volleyball Team to do a community service project this year.
Marrero-Vega, a second-year assistant coach who teaches Spanish at CHHS, told head coach DaVarika Johnson, and together, they planned something for the month of October.
WFAA-ABC Dallas will broadcast the Cedar Hill-Aledo Football Game on its YouTube channel this Friday, from Bearcat Stadium in Aledo.
Health and safety continue to be priorities as we prepare for the start of school. We appreciate parents’ active engagement in their scholar’s educational experiences. We know it’s important to keep you informed and we want to provide you with an update on school reopening plans.
Longhorn Next Chapter
Gerald Cooley, a 1992 Cedar Hill High School Graduate, likes to say that he’s responsible for what goes on inside “the biggest closet you’ll ever see.”
He’s not exaggerating.
Cooley is a Senior Safety Manager for one of Nike’s five distribution centers in Memphis, Tennessee. The facility has 1.2 million square feet and includes shoes and apparel that will soon be distributed to consumers through the United States.
Dezmon Briscoe remembers the emotional toll that he felt in the summer of 2014.
Briscoe, a Cedar Hill High School Class of 2007 Graduate, was about to enter his fifth season as a wide receiver in the National Football League, but a shoulder injury the previous year hampered his chances of making the roster with the hometown Dallas Cowboys.
When Dr. Joey Conley moved to Cedar Hill as an incoming freshman in the summer of 1992, he found a welcoming community.
“I liked that it’s on the edge of a big city but still felt like a small town,” Conley said.
Conley, a 1996 Cedar High School Graduate, arrived in Cedar Hill, he joined the Longhorns’ baseball program, which helped him get acclimated to this new community.
Morghan Chambers is certain that she was born 18 minutes before her twin sister, Makenzie, on February 12, 2001.
Together, they could go back and forth for days, discussing the accuracy of that timeframe. The topic has taken on a life of its own among the Chambers Twins, who graduated from Cedar Hill High School in 2019.
Lauren Houston and Gabby George became best friends over basketball in the late 1990s.
Houston attended Plummer Elementary, and George was a scholar at High Pointe Elementary.
Their friendship grew, and eventually, they referred to themselves as “L&G.”
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.