Camino Real Elementary School

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  • Online Student Registration Now Open!

    Student Registration 2019-2020: Online registration for the 2019-2020 school year is now open for all new and returning students. Click headline for more information.

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  • Free & Reduced Meal Application

    Applications for free or reduced price meals will be mailed out to all families each year. A self-addressed, stamped envelope will be provided for the return of the application form. You may also complete the application online in English or Spanish! Click headline to access additional information & the online application.

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  • School Supply Lists 2018-2019

    Hays CISD uses standardized school supply lists based on grade levels from elementary school to middle school. Click on the headline above to view school supply lists for 2018-2019 school year!

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  • Online Student Registration 2018-2019

    Online registration for the 2018-2019 school year is open for all new and returning students. Click headline for details.

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  • Alvarado's CRES 3rd Masters Liquid, Solid, Gas

    Understanding the properties of liquids, solids, and gas is one of the basic building blocks of Science and last week at Camino Real Elementary we got the chance to see students gaining--and mastering-- that understanding. Third-grade teacher Nancy Alvarado masterfully put her Roadrunners through a pair of activities that, first, showed they understood the properties, then challenged them to independently illustrate their understanding. Prior learning was clear and Alvarado's students were both enthusiastic about demonstrating it--and committed to meeting their teacher's high expectations!

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  • CRES Choir Offers up Great Holiday Performance!

    Camino Real Elementary School's Roadrunner Choir turned in a remarkable performance, delighting a big crowd of their families and friends, at last night's big Kyle Christmas Tree Lighting event. Nicole Stone directed the group in their memorable performance, closing with a rocking version of "Have a Holly, Jolly Christmas!"

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  • More Supplies!

    Once again, our friend Drey Lord came through for us by collecting donations and purchasing much-needed items for our school. Through his efforts, loads of cleaning wipes, pencils, tissues, plastic baggies, and other school supplies were given to CRES. Thank you to donors from the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts and Amy Lord Homes–Fathom Realty.

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  • Welcome to our website!

    Please send questions or comments to CRES.Web@hayscisd.net

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DISTRICT NEWS

  • Online Student Registration Now Open!

    Student Registration 2019-2020: Online registration for the 2019-2020 school year is now open for all new and returning students. Click headline for more information.

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  • Ramos Named Science Hall ES Principal

    Superintendent Dr. Eric Wright announced Tuesday that current Science Hall Elementary School Assistant Principal Iric Ramos will serve as the new principal at the campus effective immediately. Ramos, a career professional educator with 15 years of experience, replaces Karen Zuniga who was hired in June to become the principal at Lehman High School. “Iric is the right fit for Science Hall Elementary. He knows the students, the campus and the community, and he is positioned to make the change in principals a smooth process for everyone,” said Superintendent Dr. Eric Wright. “He served as a key member of the leadership team that not only brought the campus out of ‘Improvement Required’ status, but helped the campus go from a failing grade to a ‘B’ in one year. Iric is a collaborative leader and a systems thinker and will continue the trajectory of student achievement success at Science Hall.”

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  • School Supply Lists 2019-2020

    Hays CISD uses standardized school supply lists based on grade levels for elementary school. The lists are downloadable and printable on single-sheet PDFs. Secondary schools (middle and high school) do not have standardized lists. Individual classroom teachers will communicate the supplies needed for each specific class. In order to be prepared for the first day of school we encourage students to come to school with their basic school supplies (pencil, pen, paper, etc.). If you are unable to afford school supplies, please contact your child's campus counselor. If you wish to make a school supply donation, please contact the district's Community Partnerships office. Click headline to access supply lists.

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  • Board Approves Zuniga as New Lehman HS Principal

    At the June 24, 2019, board meeting, the Hays Consolidated Independent School District (Hays CISD) Board of Trustees approved hiring Karen Zuniga as the new principal for Lehman High School. Zuniga is a long-time Hays CISD resident, a Hays High School graduate, and a career Hays CISD educator. “We are excited to have Karen as the next principal for Lehman High School,” said Superintendent Dr. Eric Wright. “She knows our community and has proven success in our district. She has both secondary and elementary school experience and most recently took a school from ‘improvement required’ status to a ‘B’ letter grade for two years in a row. She is goal and systems driven and will be an outstanding leader for Lehman.”

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  • Bordeau Named Carpenter Hill ES Principal

    At the June 24, 2019, board meeting, the Hays Consolidated Independent School District (Hays CISD) Board of Trustees approved hiring Ginger Bordeau as the new principal for Carpenter Hill Elementary School. Bordeau, who is currently serving as the assistant principal at Buda Elementary School, has a career in education that spans more than 25 years and has been a Hays CISD educator since 2002. Earlier this year, she was named the assistant principal of the year for the central Texas region by the Texas Elementary and Principals Supervisor Association (TEPSA). She was chosen out of all of the other assistant principals in 57 school districts spanning 17 counties.

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