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  • Secondary Summer Reading Program

    Summer Reading Philosophy In Hays CISD, the purpose of summer reading is to encourage independent reading at all levels through reinforcing comprehension skills and exposing students to a broader view of the world which will develop students as effective communicators, critical thinkers, and lifelong learners.

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  • FREE Summer Feeding Program!

    Hays CISD will be offering FREE meals for ALL children 18 years and younger this summer. Join us for breakfast and lunch! Please contact the Child Nutrition office at 512-268-1336 with any questions. We hope to see you there! Select READ MORE for a list of participating campuses and mealtimes.

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  • Summer Activity Opportunities

    New Summer Activity Page. Each year we get information about a number of summer opportunities for our students. We have created a special page on our website for those. It will be updated as the opportunities are received. For all summer activity information, please go to: www.hayscisd.net/summer18

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  • Online Student Registration Now Open!

    Student Registration 2018-2019: Online registration for the 2018-2019 school year is now open for all new and returning students.

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  • Board Vice President Tobias Attends Program on Community Engagement

    Teresa Tobias from Hays CISD was among a group of school board members gathering in El Paso April 19–21 to continue learning the latest on 21st century challenges to leadership and the implications of those trends for educators. Session theme for this, the fourth of five training sessions of Leadership TASB (LTASB), was “Where Leadership Happens–Inclusion is More than a Term.” Trustees began activities Thursday with a visit to Tornillo ISD and enjoyed student presentations and discussions about public education on the Texas border. The day concluded with a tour of the border wall and area colonias.

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