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District Wide Announcement: New CHISD Wireless Network Policy

House Bill (HB) 3261 requires Texas schools to transition to online state summative assessments in the near future. With this new requirement, the district must make an effort to manage the bandwidth levels on the district’s network. CHISD will be implementing a new Wireless Network Policy effective January 1, 2022. This new policy will limit and restrict all students' cell phones from connecting to our wireless network. This does not restrict students from using their own personal data plans as needed. We have recently increased the number of Chromebooks available to students on all three campuses in order for them to complete their course work while on campus. We appreciate your patience and understanding as we implement the new wireless policy.



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Seamless Summer Option - Free Meals in School Year 2021-2022

CHISD would like to announce for the 2021 – 2022 school year, healthy meals will be offered every school day to all students at no cost. Typically, a student’s household must meet income eligibility requirements to qualify for free or reduced-price meals. However, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) issued guidance this year that allows schools to offer meals to all students at no cost for the 2021 – 2022 school year. Please note that while this free breakfast and lunch program is available to us for 2021 – 2022, the income eligibility requirement will likely resume in the 2022 – 2023 school year. During the first week of school, each student will receive a packet of paperwork that needs to be completed. While no application or eligibility determination process will be required for your student to receive free meals this school year, we are asking ALL families to complete the included ‘Socioeconomic Information Form’. This form will not be used against you in any way, as it is not used for any sort of individual qualification purposes. It is confidential and will only be used in summary for TEA to examine our CHISD school population as a whole. Our student population determines the amount of funding available to our school district and factors into our accountability ratings, so we need these forms completed to make sure our school continues to benefit from these special programs. Below is a letter explaining the ‘Seamless Summer Option’ in English & Spanish.  There is a also a copy of the ‘Socioeconomic Information Form’ so that you can see what to look for. 

Seamless Summer Option Letter – English
Seamless Summer Option Letter – Spanish

Sample of the Socioeconomic Information Form – English
Sample of the Socioeconomic Information Form – Spanish   



Central Heights ISD uses a texting informational system called ‘Remind’ to share important messages, reminders about upcoming events, weather delays or school closing info. We encourage all parents and students to sign up for their campus alerts.  

There are two ways you can join:

1️⃣ Download the app called 'Remind', then you can join your campus with the codes listed below.

To join by app, just open the app, click on the menu button top left (three horizontal lines), then select 'Join a class' and enter codes.

2️⃣ If you do not want to download the app, you can sign up and get all messages via your texting app on your mobile device.

To join by text, text any of the codes below to '81010'.

Elementary code: @gg63kd

Middle School code: @mrbinf

High School code: @3d87e9

Once you join a campus, you will automatically be enrolled in the District wide account.


ESSER III Use of Funds Input Survey

The American Rescue Plan Act was signed into law, dedicating funds for K-12 schools through Elementary and Secondary School Education Relief (ESSER) III funds. As a result, CHISD will be applying for the one-time, ARP (American Rescue Plan) ESSER III funding. The purpose of this funding is to help safely reopen and sustain the safe operation of schools and address the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on students. In order to determine the best uses of these funds, we are consulting with our stakeholders (students, families, administration, teachers, staff, community members and additional stakeholders with specific interests of traditionally underserved student populations). Please complete the survey below and help us in our planning process.

We truly appreciate your time and assistance! Have a great Blue Devil day!  Click HERE to access the survey


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You have been invited to CHISD ATHLETICS on sportsYou.

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Click here for a listing of all the sports and their sign-up codes

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Central Heights lSD will award belated high school diplomas to war veterans who have served in the armed forces
without finishing high school. 



 School Hours

     Elementary     7:30 am - 3:10 pm
     Middle School   7:30 am - 3:15 pm
     High School     7:30 am - 3:20  pm

Tutorials start at 7:30 am. Students will report to 1st period at 8:00 am

The mission of the Central Heights Independent School District, in partnership with home and community, is to provide a safe learning environment that promotes educational excellence for all students challenging them to become:

· Lifelong Learners

· Independent Thinkers

· Respectful Individuals

· Responsible Citizens

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Please click on this link and follow the directions if your child has medications in the school health offices.

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TO REPORT IT ANONYMOUSLY, PLEASE CLICK on the appropriate campus


In accordance with SB179 aka David’s Law