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In this week's paper, read about the precautions taken at Loraine school and damage caused by an F1 tornado that hit Monday morning.

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C-City girls beat Presidio in semi-finals!

The Lady Wolves softball team will face Comanche in the regional final round of the play-offs this weekend.

PTO donates kits to Kelley

The parent-teacher organization provides phonics kits

A $4,000 contribution will make it possible to supply Kelley Elementary students with Saxon Phonics Student Kits.

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Spencer is Region 14 Supt. of the Year

reggy spencer 2-18-10Colorado ISD Superintendent Reggy Spencer has been named Superintendent of the Year by Region 14 Service Center. Spencer will be in the running to be named Texas Superintendent of the Year by the Texas Association of School Boards in October.
Spencer was nominated for the award by members of the CISD Board of Trustees who think he is very deserving of the award.
“He has brought so many positive qualities to our school district since he was hired,” said Board President Sally Neff. “He is always looking for ways to improve our district, and his first thought is always for the students.”
Spencer is one of 20 superintendents in Texas who will be going through an interview process beginning August 14th. The winner of the state contest will be announced at the TASB conference in October.
Ronnie Kincaid said that every one of the 42 school boards in Region 14 receives nomination forms in February, and CISD’s board chose to submit Spencer’s nomination. A committee of board members is formed and certain criteria must be met, such as being a certified superintendent, being an active superintendent with TASB, etc.
According to Kincaid, once nominees have been sorted for criteria, the committee picks a winner. “I’ve never been through it, but I know that the committee is looking for a strong leader, someone dedicated to providing a quality education to Texas’ students, and someone able to build a working relationship with the staff of the district,” he said.
“He (Spencer) is constantly looking for opportunities that will help our students and our district succeed,” Neff said. “His energy and forward-thinking abilities improve CISD daily.”
Spencer said he was honored to have been chosen as the Region 14 ESC Superintendent of the Year.

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