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2018 Red Ribbon Week October 22 - 26

Red Ribbon Week is next week, Oct. 22 - 26. This annual event is a drug abuse awareness program in honor of fallen US Drug Enforcement Agent Enrique "KiKi" Camarena, who was killed for his work against illegal drugs. Dress-up themes are celebrated to encourage students to say no to the use of illegal drugs throughout their lives. All COCISD campuses will participate in the following theme days::
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Help Us Help You! Fill out the 2018 Parent/Guardian Survey

COCISD strives to provide the best education we can for our students. If you have a student at COCISD, let us know how we're doing, how you think we can improve, and how we can best help you. Complete the 2018-19 Parent/Guardian Survey today. It's located on the district website at > Resources > Parent/Guardian Survey 2018. The survey will be open through October 31, 2018.
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10/18/18 - Changes to today's football games

Because of the poor field conditions at Trojan Stadium due to the rain, all football games today will be played at Crockett, which has a turf field. The 7th grade game has been moved up to 4 p.m., 8th grade will play at 5:15 p.m., and JV will play at 6:30 p.m.
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Concerning water levels and possible flooding due to Dam release

There will be no early dismissal today, Oct. 16th, and all after school activities are going on as usual. We are continuing to monitor the Dam output, which is currently at 80,300 CFS. At this time only one bus route may possibly be affected, the one that goes to the river bottoms area of our district. We will notify you of any changes as soon as they become available.
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COCISD police officers receive promotion

Coldspring-Oakhurst Consolidated ISD Police Chief Roosevelt Joseph promoted three COCISD police officers on Wednesday, Sept. 12.

“With the enlargement of the department, (the promotion) was needed to establish a chain of command,” said Chief Joseph. “We now have seven full time and three part-time officers. This enables us to have at least one officer on each campus at all times, for maximum security.”
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