Chapel Hill

Independent School District

Every child has the right to the highest quality education provided in a nurturing, safe, and orderly learning environment

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Chapel Hill High School

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

Chapel Hill Middle School

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

Educational Support Services Center

Central Office
11134 CR 2249
Tyler, TX 75707

Jackson Elementary

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

Kissam Elementary School

Elementary (Grades K-5)
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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Chapel Hill ISD
2016 - 2017 School Calendar
House Bill (HB) 2610, passed by the 84th Texas Legislature, amends the Texas Education Code (TEC), §25.081, by striking language requiring 180 days of instruction and replacing this language with language requiring districts and charter schools to provide at least 75,600 minutes of instruction (including intermissions and recess). The bill also allows school districts and charter schools to add minutes as necessary to compensate for minutes of instruction lost due to school closures caused by disaster, flood, extreme weather conditions, fuel curtailment or another calamity.
Beginning in the 2016-2017 school year, school districts and charter schools will be required to submit calendars showing the amount of time that school was held each day, along with any waiver minutes granted by the Texas Education Agency (TEA) through the summer data submission. The TEA will use the data to verify that school districts and charter schools meet the required number of minutes of instruction. Districts and charter schools that do not meet the requirements will receive a funding deduction proportionate to the amount of minutes that they fall short of meeting requirements.
Based on HB 2610, the Chapel Hill ISD Board of Trustees has adopted a school calendar for the 2016-2017 school year. You will notice the following changes to the calendar;
• All campuses have extended the school day by 20 minutes.
• There are separate elementary and secondary calendars.
• Secondary summer school is built into the regular school calendar.
• The phrase "banked days"means minutes that were added to the school calendar to compensate for
    lost instructional minutes (bad weather days).
• The last day of school for secondary students who DO NOT have to attend summer school is
    May 15, 2017.
• Graduation is on May 19, 2017.
• The last day of school for elementary and secondary students who must attend summer school is
   May 26, 2017.
Click below to view the calendars for the 2016-2017 School Year
Lamond Dean
Deputy Superintendent
Chapel Hill I.S.D.

Wise Elementary Fine Arts Magnet

Thank you for your interest in Wise Elementary Fine Arts Magnet. We are excited at the possibility of serving your child. Please fill out the attached application for the 2016-2017 school year. We will begin accepting applications at Wise on Monday, March 14 @ 7:00 a.m. Please note, only completed applications will be accepted and time-stamped for placement consideration.

Escuela Primaria WISE Especializada en Bellas Artes 

Gracias por su interés en la escuela Wise de especialidades en Bellas Artes. Estamos emocionados con la posibilidad de servir a su hijo. Por favor llene la solicitud adjunta para el año escolar 2016-2017. Empezaremos a aceptar solicitudes en Wise el lunes 14 de marzo a las 7:00 a.m.  Por favor tenga en cuenta que, solamente solicitudes completas serán aceptadas y serán selladas con la hora en que fueron recibidas lo cual se tomara en cuenta para colocación.

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

Teacher of the Month

And The Winner Is .... 

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

February 2016: Jennifer Nichols - 4th Grade Teacher - Kissam Elementary

Debbie Morris  
March 2016: Debbie Morris - 4th Grade Teacher - Jackson Elementary 

 Angie Greer
April 2016: Angie Greer - 2nd Grade Teacher - Wise Elementary