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PTO You're My Superhero Mother-Kid Dance Party

Caldwell Elementary PTO presents the You're My Superhero Mother-Kid Dance Party on Friday, March 1st at the Caldwell Civic Center from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm. Kids can bring mom or other special female guest. Tickets are $20 per adult and 2 kids and each additional kid is $5 each. We invite all kids 12 and under to attend and must be accompanied by an adult to the event. Event includes: DJ, photobooth, crafts, costume contest and CES PTO will also have a silent auction and concessions for sale.
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Spring Pictures

Spring Picture Day has been scheduled for Tuesday, March 26th. All classes will take group (class) pictures. Students will also take individual pictures with the background shown, and proofs will be sent home at a later time with the option to purchase. More info will come after spring break!
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2018 Bond Project Updates

Robert Gadbois of Owners Building Resource has set up a website for our community to keep up with the progress of the various projects from the 2018 Bond election. Please see the new site at this link. It will be updated weekly.
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School Trustee Election

Three positions are open for School Board Trustees this May. The election will be Saturday, May 4th. Filing for those positions is underway and ends at end of business on February 15, 2019.
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2019 CES UIL Results

Caldwell Elementary students participated in the 2019 District UIL competition on Tuesday, January 15th. Congratulations to all of our winners and participants on a job well done! Click to see the results
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Should They Stay or Should They Go?

Parents - we want your kids in school all the time, but when sickness hits, you have got to ask: "Should they stay or should they go? Please follow the guidelines here to help you decide if your student is well enough to go to school."
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CISD Passes Two Bonds

On November 6, 2018, the voters of Caldwell ISD passed two bonds; Proposition A for $36,225,000 and Proposition B for $3,750,000. Proposition A would provide new buildings and renovations while Proposition B refunds the Maintenance Tax Notes the district took out in the summer to replace the HVAC system at the high school.
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