Regular start for February 25th Italy ISD will begin school at the regular start time on Friday, February 25, 2022. We will continue to monitor the situation tonight and early tomorrow morning. If you do not receive another notification, school will begin as usual. Rachel L. Kistner Italy ISD Superintendent
3 months ago, Michael Steinmetz
Inclement Weather Notice Early release on February 23. No school on February 24. Dear Italy ISD Families, Out of an abundance of caution, we will be releasing students early today before substantial precipitation is expected to begin. We will release Stafford students at 2:30 p.m. and JH/HS students at 2:40 p.m. All after-school activities for today are cancelled. Given the forecasts for precipitation and freezing temperatures overnight, we have also made the decision to cancel school tomorrow, Thursday, February 24. Please contact your child’s campus if you have any questions or concerns. Thank you for your flexibility as we work to keep all students, families, and staff members safe. We will continue to monitor weather conditions and will announce a decision about any potential delays or closures on Friday as soon as we are able to do so. ITALY ISD
3 months ago, Michael Steinmetz
After school activities We are monitoring the weather and road conditions closely. At this time we are cancelling all afterschool activities for this afternoon.
3 months ago, Michael Steinmetz
The Italy ISD School Board is planning to take action on a Proposed 2022-2023 School Calendar at the March board meeting. There are 2 draft calendars for you to review (DRAFT A and DRAFT B). Your comments and suggestions about the draft calendars will be taken into consideration by the district site-based committee. The committee will then draft a final version to recommend for approval by the Italy ISD School Board. The final version may or may not look exactly like the drafts depending on the feedback. If you have comments or suggestions, please complete the survey by Monday, February 28, 2022. Your input is appreciated. Italy ISD https://forms.gle/9mxhRG7fkYb1SocM7
3 months ago, Michael Steinmetz
ATTENTION: Due to the expected winter storm this evening and the freezing, frigid temperatures expected through Friday, Italy ISD has made the decision to close on Thursday, February 3rd and Friday, February 4th. All extracurricular activities will also be cancelled or postponed. Please stay safe and warm during this weather event. ITALY ISD
4 months ago, Michael Steinmetz
NC Dual Credit Flyer https://5il.co/14fqi TSI & Dual Credit Flyer https://5il.co/14fqj Italy Dual Credit Handbook https://5il.co/14fqk
4 months ago, Michael Steinmetz
Italy ISD School Closure Friday, January 14, 2022 Due to rapidly increasing COVID cases and staffing shortages (both current and projected), we are changing this coming Friday, January 14 to an in-person staff workday. The day will be a student holiday. We have additional minutes built into the school calendar and this time will not have to be made up for students. Currently scheduled extra-curricular activities (UIL games, etc.) will continue as scheduled unless you are contacted by your coach or sponsor. All staff should report to their campus from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. All staff should be working in their classrooms or offices alone and refrain from any group gatherings including meals together. All staff must be in-person or have an absence documented for the day. While the COVID Omicron variant is quickly spreading and we expect mass population coverage soon, we will continue to monitor active cases each week to mitigate the spread. We apologize to our families for the inconvenience but feel this decision is in the best interest of Italy ISD students and staff. We are feeling the impact of staff absences throughout the district. This will allow for an extra day apart along with the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday on Monday, Jan. 17. Please contact your campus if you have any questions. Rachel Kistner Italy ISD Superintendent
4 months ago, Michael Steinmetz
Dear Italy Families, Italy ISD would like to remind everyone of the current Italy ISD COVID Protocols. We understand that it can be confusing with various guidance being given on different media outlets. We ask that everyone continue to follow the guidance to help the spread of all illness within our school and community. If you have any questions feel free to reach out to your campus nurse. See Covid Guidelines link below. https://5il.co/13xy2
5 months ago, Michael Steinmetz
Italy ISD staff will return to school on Wednesday, January 5th and students return on Thursday, January 6th. We are excited to kick off 2022 with our fabulous Gladiators!!!!
5 months ago, Michael Steinmetz
Italy ISD is looking for a 5th/6th grade Science teacher to work at Stafford Elementary. It's a campus with a supportive, enthusiastic administration and a dedicated staff who all enjoy working together for our students. If you are interested, please reach out to J. Lance Bray; Stafford Principal at 972-483-6342. Rachel L. Kistner Italy ISD Superintendent
6 months ago, Michael Steinmetz
Attention Italy Parents: Italy ISD conducted a Lockdown drill today with the help from the Italy Police Department. Everything went as planned and it was a successfull Lockdown drill. Everything is all clear. Thank you.
6 months ago, Michael Steinmetz
Happy Thanksgiving!!
6 months ago, Michael Steinmetz
Happy Thanksgiving
The Italy ISD Board of Trustees, staff and students extend a heartfelt thank you to the Lonestar Cyclist organization and all the participants in the 35th Annual Tour d'Italia Bike Race for their recent $15,000 donation. Several Italy ISD graduates each year are recipients of college scholarships as a result of their generosity. We love being a community partner with this wonderful organization. Rachel L. Kistner Italy ISD Superintendent
6 months ago, Michael Steinmetz
Tour D Italy
Dear Italy ISD Parents, Italy ISD Student Health Advisory Council is looking for non-employee parent volunteers. If you are interested in learning more please feel free to join our meeting next week or reach out to Kim Hopgood, RN at 972-483-7411 for further information. PUBLIC NOTICE OF SHAC MEETING: November 17, 2021 4:30 p.m. HS Old Cafeteria SHAC Meeting Agenda for November 17, 2021 1. Call to order 2. Introduction of Attendees 3. SHAC Purpose & Mission 4. Explanation of Virtual Recording 5. Future Meeting Dates: 12/8/2021, 2/9/2021, 4/13/2021 6. Approve 3/25/2021 meeting minutes 7. Review/Approve SHAC Bylaws 8. Nomination/Selection of chair/co-chair/secretary 9. Hearing, vision, immunizations 10. COVID 19 update 11. Public commentary
6 months ago, Michael Steinmetz
Italy Announcement The immunization clinic scheduled for Thursday, October 28, 2021 has been cancelled due to lack of interest and participation? Thank you. Italy ISD
7 months ago, Michael Steinmetz
10/25/2021 Dear Italy ISD Parents: IF YOU WISH TO PARTICPATE IN THE IMMUNIZATION CLINIC ON THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2021, YOU MUST CONTACT NURSE DODIE AT 972-483-6342 OR NURSE HOPGOOD AT 972-483-7411 TODAY. ALL PAPERWORK IS DUE BY TOMORROW TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2021! The Department of State Health Services (DSHS), Cleburne Field Office and Italy Independent School District have partnered to provide annual influenza (flu) vaccinations to eligible children at your child’s school. Federally purchased vaccine is available at this event for children who DO NOT have any health insurance, or those with Medicaid. If your child has private insurance, please contact their health care provider for information regarding vaccinations. We will also be administering the HPV vaccine second dose to students who received their first dose last April with us. PLEASE DON’T MISS YOUR SECOND DOSE!! If you would like for your child to receive the flu vaccine, please contact Nurse Hopgood at 972-483-7411 or Nurse Dodie at 972-483-6342, they will collect your information and send home the appropriate paperwork in order for your child to receive the flu vaccination at the time of the clinic. All forms will need to be returned back no later than 10/25/2021. You must fill out a separate form for each student you would like to receive the vaccine. A student must be 10 years of age to receive any vaccination with only a signed consent form. Students under 10 years of age MUST have a parent present in order to receive any vaccination. If you do not return the consent form, the vaccination will not be given to your child. Depending on if your child has gotten flu vaccines in the past, some children younger than nine years of age will need two doses of vaccine spaced about 4 weeks apart. A postcard will be mailed to your home if a second dose is needed. Your child can receive the second dose of vaccine at the DSHS Field Office Clinic by calling 817-517-2306 Monday through Friday 8-5 for an appointment. If you have a current 6th grader that meets the uninsured or Medicaid requirement and would like them to receive their Tdap booster and Meningococcal Vaccinations that are required for ALL STUDENTS entering 7th grade, that can also be done at this clinic time. Please contact Nurse Hopgood for that paperwork as well. If you have any questions about any vaccine or the vaccination clinic, please call 817-517-2306. For more information on influenza please visit the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) web site at http://www.cdc.gov/flu or consult your child’s health care provider. Sincerely, Penny Gore, RN Kim Hopgood, RN Cleburne Field Office Italy ISD District Nurse Phone 817-517-2306 Phone 972-483-7411
7 months ago, Michael Steinmetz
10/19/2021 Dear Italy ISD Parents: The Department of State Health Services (DSHS), Cleburne Field Office and Italy Independent School District have partnered to provide annual influenza (flu) vaccinations to eligible children at your child’s school. Federally purchased vaccine is available at this event for children who DO NOT have any health insurance, or those with Medicaid. If your child has private insurance, please contact their health care provider for information regarding vaccinations. We will also be administering the HPV vaccine second dose to students who received their first dose last April with us. If you would like for your child to receive the flu vaccine, please contact Nurse Hopgood at 972-483-7411. Nurse Hopgood will collect your information and send home the appropriate paperwork in order for your child to receive the flu vaccination at the time of the clinic. All forms will need to be returned back to Nurse Hopgood no later than 10/25/2021. You must fill out a separate form for each student you would like to receive the vaccine. A student must be 10 years of age to receive any vaccination with only a signed consent form. Students under 10 years of age MUST have a parent present in order to receive any vaccination. If you do not return the consent form, the vaccination will not be given to your child. Depending on if your child has gotten flu vaccines in the past, some children younger than nine years of age will need two doses of vaccine spaced about 4 weeks apart. A postcard will be mailed to your home if a second dose is needed. Your child can receive the second dose of vaccine at the DSHS Field Office Clinic by calling 817-517-2306 Monday through Friday 8-5 for an appointment. If you have a current 6th grader that meets the uninsured or Medicaid requirement and would like them to receive their Tdap booster and Meningococcal Vaccinations that are required for ALL STUDENTS entering 7th grade, that can also be done at this clinic time. Please contact Nurse Hopgood for that paperwork as well. If you have any questions about any vaccine or the vaccination clinic, please call 817-517-2306. For more information on influenza please visit the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) web site at http://www.cdc.gov/flu or consult your child’s health care provider. Sincerely, Penny Gore, RN Kim Hopgood, RN Cleburne Field Office Italy ISD District Nurse Phone 817-517-2306 Phone 972-483-7411
7 months ago, Michael Steinmetz
Attention Italy ISD Parents Friday, October 22nd is a Staff Development Day. No school for students.
7 months ago, Michael Steinmetz
We are taking silent sealed bids for 2001 Chevy Impala please send all bids and inquiries to Michael Chambers at mchambers@italyisd.org. Thank you.
7 months ago, Michael Steinmetz
Attention there has been corrections: Homecoming 2021 Festivities Homecoming: Friday, October 8, 2021 Dress-Up Days: “HOMECOMING – Fight to the Finish.” Monday Bring it On-All or Nothing ( Pj's or Dress to the Nines) Tuesday Bring it On-In It to Win It (Tailgate Tuesday) Wednesday Bring it On-World Wide (Color Wars) *see below Thursday Bring It On-Again (Dynamic Duo) Friday Bring it On-Fight to the Finish (Gold Out) *Color War Colors: Srs (purple), Jrs (blue), Sophs (yellow), Fish (red), 8th (green), 7th (orange), 6th orange, 5th (red), 4th (lime green), 3rd (white), 2nd (purple), 1st (blue), K (green), Pre-K (yellow), Teachers (pink) Parade Information: Line Up begins at 1:30 – Due to field house construction, ALL floats and parade entries will enter through the main entrance by dome to line up. Leave the area between College Street entrance and back of dome for police and high school groups. Parade starts at 2:00. *If your group or organization would like to enter a float, please contact Mrs. Holley at krholley@italyisd.com or at 972.483.7411. Pep Rally will be in dome immediately after parade. Come join the fun and watch the crowning of the 2021 homecoming king. George Scott Dinner has been canceled this year due to Covid19. Alumni Recognition: Classes ending in “1” will be recognized during half-time after the presentation of the court. Alumni, wishing to participate, need to gather in front of the concession stand. Game: Italy vs Marlin, 7:00 kick-off. Presentation of court & band performance at half-time.
8 months ago, Michael Steinmetz