The Leader in Me is Franklin Covey’s whole school transformation process. It teaches 21st century leadership and life skills to students and creates a culture of student empowerment based on the idea that every child can be a leader. In an effort to develop and support the 7 Habits, San Felipe Del Rio CISD proudly implements this leadership model in each of our elementary schools.
San Felipe Del Rio CISD’s reform of the Bilingual Program provides new opportunities for teachers to routinely implement purposeful linguistic accommodations through tiered classroom instruction for ELL students throughout the course of the school year.
Power Hour provides all K-12 students with the support, resources and guidance necessary to guide students to achieve academic success in reading skills and comprehension. The program operates on the belief that a child’s progress depends upon open communication, routine support and progress monitoring between students, staff and parents. Many of the children attending the program consistently achieve grade level improvements as seen through their formal school assessments – test scores and report cards.
The state's goal for G/T students is to ensure that those students who participate in G/T services demonstrate skills in self-directed learning, thinking, research, and communication. By the 2017-2018 school year, San Felipe Del Rio CISD will initiate a redesigned plan to establish a protocol for services that leads 1st-12th grade G/T students to a pathway of depth and complexity beyond the general curriculum.
San Felipe Del Rio CISD’s Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs offer a sequence of courses that provides students with coherent and rigorous content aligned with challenging academic standards and relevant technical knowledge and skills needed to prepare them for further education and careers in current or emerging professions.
San Felipe Del Rio CISD’s Blended Academy targets Del Rio’s at-risk middle and high school students by implementing a customized and personalized standards-based instructional environment using multiple models of blended learning.
San Felipe Del Rio CISD’s Athletic Program takes pride in providing opportunities for athletes, teams and coaches to reach their highest potential both on and off the playing field. Our educational commitment is academics first and then athletics. We strive to model and instill in our athletes accountability, responsibility, respect, dedication, commitment to a cause, and the belief that there are no short cuts to success.
San Felipe Del Rio CISD’s Early College High School is a college preparatory dual enrollment high school program strategically designed to fulfill and exceed college and university admission requirements. It is an academic program intended to enable students to pursue post-secondary education at a community college, four-year college, or university.
San Felipe Del Rio CISD takes pride in supporting UIL Academics. The district offers elementary, middle school and high school comprehensive literary and academic competitive program activities at every campus.
The San Felipe CISD and the Fine Arts Department believe that a Fine Arts education is essential for the development of the whole child. The arts provide students with unique experiences that allow them to explore their passions, maximize their creativity and critical thinking skills, and learn valuable lessons about self-motivation, dedication, team work, and communication.
San Felipe Del Rio CISD’s Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs offer a sequence of foundation courses at the middle school level that provides students with an opportunity to receive coherent and rigorous content aligned with challenging academic standards and relevant technical knowledge and skills needed to prepare them in their education or career pathway.
Kinder, first, and second grade had a wonderful time reviewing the components of Reading Street Curriculum, which provides reading instruction in a systematic approach. We are excited to apply what we have learned and deliver through meaningful lessons that will prepare our students for academic success!
The 2018 Campus Teachers of the Year were selected from their peers at their respective campuses. After each Campus Teacher completed a lengthy application, a Community Selection Committee read those applications and selected the
On Friday, May 5, 2017, the district investigated a social media post of a threatening nature by a DRMS student. The established protocol (for emergency response) was quickly executed. At this time any potential threats have been eliminated
Del Rio High School FCCLA Culinary Chapter competed at the Family Career and Community Leaders of America State Leadership Conference in Dallas, Texas April 6-8, 2017. Eduardo Lopez, Matthew Desjardins, & Estefania Moreno competed in Culinary Arts, Sydney Schell and Career and Technical Education. FCCLA is the ultimate leadership experience.
On Monday, April 24, 2017, the district investigated a meme of a threatening nature created by a high school student at the Career & Technical Education Center. The established protocol (for emergency response) was quickly executed. At this time any potential threats have been eliminated. There is no threat to the safety of our district and our students.