Chapel Hill

Independent School District

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Chapel Hill High School

High School (Grades 9-12)
903-566-2311
13172 State Highway 64E
Tyler, TX 75707

Chapel Hill Middle School

Middle School (Grades 6-8)
903-566-1491
13174 State Highway 64E
Tyler, TX 75707

Educational Support Services Center

Central Office
903-566-2441
11134 CR 2249
Tyler, TX 75707

Jackson Elementary

Elementary (Grades K-5)
903-566-3411
16406 FM 2767
Tyler, TX 75705

Kissam Elementary School

Elementary (Grades K-5)
903-566-8334
12800 State Highway 64E
Tyler, TX 75707

Wise Elementary Fine Arts Magnet School

Elementary (Grades K-5)
(903) 566-2271
10659 State Highway 64E
Tyler, TX 75707
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2015-2016 Student Code of Conduct & Student Handbook

ACKNOWLEDGMENT (Student Code of Conduct) (Student Handbook)

Dear Student and Parent:

As required by state law, the board of trustees has officially adopted the Student Code of Conduct in order to promote a safe and orderly learning environment for every student.

We urge you to read the attached publication thoroughly and to discuss it with your family.  If you have any questions about the required conduct and consequences for misconduct, we encourage you to ask for an explanation from the student’s teacher or campus administrator.

The student and parent should each sign this page in the space provided below, and then return the page to the student’s school. 

Thank you.

Dr. Donni Cook, Superintendent


CHISD Heroes for Schools
  
 
 
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Truancy and Parent Contributing to Non-attendance

If a student, age 12 – 18, is absent without excuse for 10 or more days or parts of days within a six month period, the parent is subject to prosecution and the student is subject to referral to truancy court.

If a student younger than 12 , is absent without excuse for 10 or more days or parts of days within a six month period, the parent is subject to prosecution but the student is not subject to referral to truancy court.

TEC 25.095 

Teacher of the Month

 And The Winner Is ....  

Mavis Muse
  
October 2015: Mavis Muse - Kindergarten Teacher - Wise Elementary Fine Arts Magnet 

 Chris Jordan
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
November 2015: Chris Jordan - 2nd Grade Teacher - Jackson Elementary

 
Heidii Godbold  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
December 2015: Heidii Godbold - 7th Grade Teacher - CHMS 

 
Bice  January 2016: Arlie Bice - Dual Credit History - CHHS