Congratulations to Crandall Middle School Boys Basketball Coach, Jeremy Mitchell! Coach Mitchell was named as the Middle School Boy’s Basketball coach of the year by Texas Association of Basketball Coaches (TABC). Wow! What an incredible way to represent the #PirateCommUNITY!
Every Monday beginning April 9, any girl who aspires to play basketball at Crandall Middle/High School has the opportunity to brush up on their skills at a basketball clinic hosted by Coach Holmes.
Summer camp dates are now available! Pirate Athletes – get ready for a great summer of training and getting ready for the 2018-2019 school year.
Come be a part of the #PirateCommUNITY! Crandall ISD is hiring for the 2018-2019 School Year.
The annual CISD Job Fair will take place at Crandall High School on April 7, 2018.
Crandall Independent School District took top honors at the Texas State Public Relations
Association (TSPRA) annual conference February 18-22, 2018. The district was honored with
7 awards at the annual Star Awards banquet. TSPRA honors projects in communications
and public relations from the previous school year.
Crandall ISD received the following honors:
Holiday Card— Bronze Star
Sports Photography—Silver Star
2017 Communication Plan—Gold Star
Sports Photography—Gold Star
Sports Photography—Best in State
2016 Community Tailgate/School Partnership—Crystal Finalist
2017 Bond Election—Crystal Finalist
CISD is delighted with the awards received and looks forward to continuing to connect with
the Crandall ISD community and finding strong ways to continue to communicate.
As a parent myself, I share with you concerns over what we are seeing in schools in our country today. There have been eighteen school shootings since January. My heart is broken, and my prayers go to all the families impacted by these tragedies.
Today, I am writing to tell you we are committed to keeping your children safe in our possession. We have upgraded campus security measures and have a close relationship with police officers in the surrounding counties. Our safety procedures are continually being revised, and training is ongoing. However, there is more to security than alarms and glass panes.
I am encouraged by the story I heard of the grandmother who called police after she found her grandson’s diary. I am also encouraged by the stories of friends and family reporting behaviors of concern to teachers, parents, friends, or clergy that stops another violent act. Please advise your children to report any behaviors of concern. If in doubt, report.
We thank you for trusting us with your children. We value every one of them. Our priority is their safety. We will continue to do everything in our power to keep our students and staff safe. If you have any questions or thoughts, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call at 972-427-6000.
Robert Jolly, Ed.D.