Inclement Weather Information

Inclement Weather or Other Emergencies
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The safety of you and your child is of the utmost importance to Castleberry ISD. In the event of inclement weather, CISD Administration will notify the district communications team who will then publish notices. For information on how to update your contact information for use with our mass messaging system please visit our Contact Preferences page.

In the event of inclement weather, District officials will closely monitor the weather situation as it develops. Parents should continue to check the district website, official Social Media sites, local News Channels, and Canvas for updates.

Please check our website frequently and follow Castleberry on TwitterFacebook, and Instagram for up-to-date information regarding school closures or delays. During inclement weather or other emergencies, citizens should tune in to these TV and radio stations:

Remote Learning During Inclement Weather

Students in grades PK-5 will participate virtually beginning at regular school start times. Students need to login to Canvas and read the announcement for specific details about the day's schedule. If a student is unable to login to the teacher’s Google Meet during the scheduled times, they are still required to complete assignments in Canvas for that day and submit by 11:59 PM.

Students in grades 6-12 will participate in class virtually and follow their normal bell schedule beginning at the regular school start time. Students will login to Canvas to access class activities as well as the link to the Google Meet and continue with their classes as normal with teachers facilitating classes during each class period. If a student is unable to login to the teacher’s Google Hangout during the scheduled class period, they are still required to complete assignments in Canvas for that day and submit by 11:59 PM. If a student needs help on an assignment outside of the scheduled class time, they should message the teacher to set up a virtual tutorial time to get help.

In addition to participating in remote learning, the district encourages students and families to take a #CISDBrainBreak and enjoy the snow. Share your pictures to Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram using #CISDBrainBreak.

For technical questions and login issues, parents, students, and staff are encouraged to submit a technology support ticket. If you are having issues with your internet and are unable to submit a support ticket, then call Technology Support at 817-252-2080.