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WOCCISD Cancels School Beginning March 23 Through April 3

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WOCCISD Teachers Receive a Raise

In anticipation of a Disaster Declaration of Emergency by Orange County, WOCCISD will close its schools out of an abundance of caution beginning on Monday, March 23, 2020. Our district will reassess this closing on or before Friday, April 3, 2020. Our goal is to return on Monday, April 6, 2020.

In the near future, our district will provide information related to a flexible education program. This program will provide educational opportunities in a variety of ways. We are also working on a plan to continue providing student meal service as well. Please be patient with us as we design these programs.

As you know, this is an unprecedented event, and it will take some time to coordinate these educational efforts. We plan to meet with our Leadership team to prepare for this new type of instruction. We will release more specifics later this week.

LCMCISD Cancels School March 17 Through April 3

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Little Cypress-Mauriceville CISD Adopts a New Tax Rate

From Superintendent of Schools, Stacey Brister…

Out of an abundance of caution, LCM CISD will implement a Flexible Education Program (FEP) beginning Tuesday, March 17th, through Friday, April 3rd. Students will not report to school beginning tomorrow.

The FEP will include a blended instructional approach with both online and paper/pencil learning tasks. This plan will vary by grade level. Information regarding academic planning for your child will be sent from your child’s teacher.

The District will re-evaluate this plan on Friday, April 3rd, with a decision on continuing the flexible schedule or returning to school the following week. Parents will be notified of the outcome of this decision on or before April 3rd.

We also anticipate delivery of both breakfast and lunch by district transportation beginning tomorrow on students’ bus routes. We will use School Messenger to notify you of delivery schedules.
As we continue to navigate through the challenges presented by COVID-19, we will continue to update you with information regarding your child’s Flexible Education Program through School Messenger and District Facebook.

WOCCISD Holds Ribbon-Cutting for New Baseball and Softball Turf

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WOCCISD Holds Ribbon Cutting for New Baseball and Softball Turf

On February 18, 2020, West Orange-Cove Consolidated ISD  celebrated the ceremonial first pitch and ribbon cutting for their new baseball and softball turf.

The turf field is the first of its kind in the United States with NR34 artificial turf. WOCCISD would like to thank their board members, as well as everyone who made these beautiful fields possible.

Come out to support the Mustangs and Lady Mustangs and see the action on the turf!

WOCCISD Allocated Federal Grant to Rebuild West Orange-Stark Middle School

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WOCISD Allocated Federal Grant to Rebuild West Orange-Stark Middle School

The West Orange-Cove Consolidated Independent School District will receive a $1,823,500.38 federal grant to rebuild West Orange-Stark Middle School after damage caused by Hurricane Harvey, U.S. Senator John Cornyn announced today.

The funding comes from the Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) through the Robert T. Stafford Act, which grants authority for the federal government to assist in local disaster aid efforts.

“In the two years since this historic storm made landfall, Texans have come together seeking strength and a return to normalcy,” said Sen. Cornyn.

“These funds will truly make a difference in helping Texas students and teachers get back on their feet, and I applaud the Trump Administration for their continued commitment to our state’s recovery.”

State: TX
Disaster: 4332
PW#: 05270(0)
Total Project Cost-This Version: $1,823,500.38
FEMA Share: $1,823,500.38
Federal Cost Share: 100%
Type of Grant: PA
Category: B
Summary: WEST ORANGE-COVE CONSOLIDATED ISD
Declaration Date: 8/25/2017

This award provides $1,823,500.38 in federal funding to the West Orange-Cove Consolidated Independent School District – West Orange-Stark Middle School for Emergency Protective Measures as a result of FEMA-DR-4332-TX (Hurricane Harvey). This funding is being provided under the authority of Section 403 of the Robert T. Stafford Act.

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