Corrigan-Camden Independent School District
The Legislative Budget Board (LBB), a permanent joint committee of the Texas Legislature that develops recommendations for legislative appropriations for all agencies of state government, is conducting a management and performance review of the Corrigan-Camden Independent School District.
The primary goal of this survey effort is to improve the quality of education by helping the district better manage its resources. The three main objectives of this review are to (1) identify opportunities to save money or increase revenue, (2) develop strategies to streamline and improve the efficiency and effectiveness of operations, and (3) highlight exemplary programs that could be replicated by other Texas school districts.
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A public meeting for the parents/gaurdians of the Corrigan-Camden Independent School District will be held on Monday, September 19, 2016 beginning at 6:00pm in the High School Cafeteria of the Corrigan-Camden High School Building, 504 South Home, Corrigan, TX 75939.
The Sujects to be discussed are as listed below.
- Texas accountability Intervention System
- District and Campus Ratings
- School Wide Initiatives
- Parent Input and Discussion
If you have any Questions or concerns, please contact Paula Martin, Curriculum and Programs Director for Corrigan-Camden Independent School District, at 936-398-2341 ext 1002.
Georgia Pacific donates 500$ to the CC Cross Country Team!
Corrigan-Camden students are coding. Students are learning to create computer programs using the Hour of Code with drag and drop programming. You can learn to code too. Join us and visit code.org/learn. You can use code to explore the magic and beauty of ice with Anna and Elsa, or to make Angry Birds fly.
Corrigan-Camden High School students are hosting their second Blood Drive this school year on December 12th. Anyone wanting to donate may call 936-398-2341 ext 2222. Each school year C-C students host four blood drives. Seniors who give blood at least two times receive a red cord to wear at Graduation. Each unit of blood helps on average 17 people.