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  • Cedar Hill Track & Field Wins Three Medals at State Meet

    Cedar Hill Track & Field Wins Three Medals at State Meet

    The Cedar Hill High School Track & Field Team had a phenomenal afternoon on Saturday at the UIL Class 6A Track & Field Championships in Austin, winning three gold medals in less than four hours.

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  • Haneys to Celebrate School Lunch Hero Day, Mother’s Day this weekend

    Haneys to Celebrate School Lunch Hero Day, Mother’s Day this weekend

    This Sunday– at a quiet lake 75 miles northeast of Cedar Hill – four generations of the Haney Family – will celebrate Mother’s Day. There will be chatting, fishing and cooking.

    Few, outside of the Haney Family, will be aware of the significant impact that the family matriarch, Sharon Haney, and her daughter, Brenda Haney, have on Cedar Hill ISD.

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  • Cedar Hill ISD Set For Families First Week

    Cedar Hill ISD Set For Families First Week

    As the school year comes to a close, Cedar Hill Independent School is ready for a week-long celebration with Longhorn Families.

    “This is going to be an exciting time for Longhorns, old and young,” said Alicia Davis, CHISD Director of Family & Community Engagement (FACE). “We have a wonderful series of events planned that our families will definitely enjoy.”

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  • Cedar Hill ISD Education Foundation Announces Four New Board Members

    Cedar Hill ISD Education Foundation Announces Four New Board Members

    The Cedar Hill Independent School District Education Foundation (CHEF) recently announced the addition of four new board members.

    “Each member has shown an excellent commitment to Cedar Hill ISD and the community of Cedar Hill,” CHEF Executive Director Denise Root said. “We are glad that they will be serving CHEF and helping to further its goal of serving CHISD scholars and staff.”

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  • Cedar Hill Senior Set For Second State Championship in Four Months

    Cedar Hill Senior Set For Second State Championship in Four Months

    Brian Rainey wasn’t sure if he was going to compete in his final season in Track & Field this spring.

    Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the Cedar Hill High School Football Team’s season concluded in the UIL Class 6A Division II State Championship game in mid-January, in Arlington.

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  • Cedar Hill Graduates Lead Trinity Valley Women's Basketball to NJCAA Silver Medal

    Cedar Hill Graduates Lead Trinity Valley Women's Basketball to NJCAA Silver Medal

    Two Cedar Hill High School Graduates led the most consistently successful junior college women’s basketball program to the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Championship Game last month.
    Trinity Valley Community College Women’s Basketball head coach Precious Ivy, a Cedar Hill High School Class of 2006 Graduate, is 39-3 as head coach of TVCC, which is located in Athens – 90 miles southeast of Cedar Hill.

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  • Frazier’s “Longhorn Homecoming” Sweetened By Teacher of the Year Honor

    Frazier’s “Longhorn Homecoming” Sweetened By Teacher of the Year Honor

    Tiara Frazier remembers when she arrived at Waterford Oaks Elementary in August 2018.

    “When I came here, I was like ‘wow, everyone is so nice, is it because I’m new?” Frazier said. “No, they’re just as genuine as they were during my first year here. We have a great administration here, and my colleagues are like a family. We can always call each other – whether it’s about school or something else.”

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  • Cedar Hill Graduate Returns as Teacher, Coach

    Cedar Hill Graduate Returns as Teacher, Coach

    Not long ago, Brice Musgrove was defending America as a Naval Officer in the United States Navy.

    While serving on active duty, he worked as an assistant coach to rebuild a struggling high school football team in coastal Virginia.

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  • Cedar Hill Graduate Named Plummer Teacher of the Year

    Cedar Hill Graduate Named Plummer Teacher of the Year

    When Megan Rios, a Cedar Hill High School Class of 2007 Graduate, thought about becoming a teacher, she had positive memories of her CHISD educators at the forefront of her mind.

    “I had some amazing teachers throughout the years, but the ones that made the biggest impact on me were the ones I had in elementary and intermediate school – Mrs. Ruiz, Mrs. Lichtenwalter, Mrs. Ford, Mrs. Burns, Mrs. Ward, Mrs. Phillips and Mrs. Franklin,” Rios said. “I always knew I wanted a career helping kids, but I didn’t realize I wanted to be a teacher until I did student teaching. As soon as I stepped in a classroom, I knew it was where I was meant to be."

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  • Garret McGuire’s Coaching Journey Starts With the Carolina Panthers

    Garret McGuire’s Coaching Journey Starts With the Carolina Panthers

    When Garret McGuire was in fourth grade, his mother, Debbie, picked him up early for school. It was a special occasion because McGuire was about to meet one of his football heroes.

    McGuire, a Cedar Hill High School Class of 2017 Graduate and the son of longtime former Cedar Hill High School head football coach Joey McGuire, was immersed in football at a young age. And by second grade, he’d watched his father lead Cedar Hill to the 2006 State Championship, the first in program history.

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  • Download the Cedar Hill ISD Mobile App Today

    Posted by Michael Sudhalter on 8/30/2020

    The Cedar Hill ISD app is free and powered by Blackboard; search for the Cedar Hill ISD app on the Apple and Google Play platforms.

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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.

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