Uniforms Sale

  • Post published:June 10, 2022
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Cityscape Parents:  we are encouraging all parents to visit our official uniform store, Levine’s, in person or online, to take advantage of early discounts and layaway plans.  Levine’s is our official provider of uniforms for East Grand Preparatory, Buckner Preparatory, and our Early Childhood Center.  Take advantage of these great deals today! 🦅 https://levinesstores.com/pages/east-grand-preparatory 🦁 https://levinesstores.com/collections/buckner-preparatory Padres de Cityscape: invitamos a todos los padres a visitar nuestra tienda oficial de uniformes: Levine's, en persona o en línea, para aprovechar los descuentos especiales y los planes de apartado. Levine's es nuestro proveedor oficial de uniformes para East Grand Preparatory, Buckner Preparatory y nuestro Early Childhood Center. ¡Aproveche estas grandes ofertas hoy! 🦅 https://levinesstores.com/pages/east-grand-preparatory 🦁 https://levinesstores.com/collections/buckner-preparatory

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Back-to-School Student Registration

  • Post published:May 27, 2022
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LEA EN ESPAÑOL Parents, we look forward to serving your students during the upcoming 2022-2023 school year. Each returning Cityscape student must complete the online Back-to-School forms via Skyward.  Please login to your Skyward account/family access to complete your student’s Back-to-School forms for the 2022-2023 school year.  This is different from the "Intent to Return" form you filled out in February. Please complete your child’s/children back-to-school forms by July 1, 2022. To complete your child’s returning registration, go to Family Access:https://www.cityscapeschools.org/parents/#family Cityscapeschools.org > Parents Tab > Family AccessPlease follow the steps on the page

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Superintendent letter about Safety and Uvalde

  • Post published:May 26, 2022
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May 26, 2022 As I stated yesterday, we are all deeply saddened concerning the senseless loss of life in Uvalde, Texas. Again, our collective thoughts and prayers are with our fellow Texans who experienced such a horrible tragedy.  Schools should be safe havens in our communities; a place where our students and educators collaborate, grow, and learn. And because it needs to be repeated:  keeping our students safe is our top priority.  Therefore, Cityscape Schools will have an increased security presence at both campuses for the remainder of the school year with off-duty Dallas police officers patrolling inside and outside the buildings intermittently throughout the school day.  I know our Cityscape family stands united in protecting our children as best we can from such senseless violence. May 25, 2022 As soon as I saw the heartbreaking news begin to unfold yesterday from Uvalde, Texas, my heart broke for that school district and community as the unimaginable became a sad reality. It has taken a little bit of time for me to be able to gather my thoughts and reach out to each of you to discuss this tragedy and what it means for us at Cityscape Schools. First and foremost, I want to emphasize that Cityscape joins with all school districts across our state and nation in extending sincere condolences to all those affected by these catastrophic events. Clearly, the effects of such an occurrence will be felt right here at home and many may feel a heightened concern about school safety within the Cityscape community. The school counselor and administrators stand ready to respond to the needs of students, parents and staff. If your child needs support processing what…

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Cityscape Schools 2022 Teacher Career Fair

  • Post published:May 23, 2022
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Cityscape Schools is now recruiting teachers for the 2022-2023 school year 🗓 May 26th🕔 4:30pm - 6:30pm📍 Cityscape Schools District Office🗺 630 Texas Street Dallas, Texas 75204 Register now to apply and schedule your interview: https://bit.ly/3csrr3 If you are unable to attend the job fair but are interested in employment, please visit our careers page to apply: www.cityscapeschools.org/careers We look forward to meeting you! CONTACTHuman Resourcescareers@cityscapeschools.org(972) 930 -5770

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Refer and get $100 per student enrolled

  • Post published:May 1, 2022
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Take part of Cityscape Referral Program. Recommend East Grand Prep or Buckner Prep and receive $100 Visa gift card for each enrolled student. TERMS AND CONDITIONS The new student must be completely enrolled and accepted at Cityscape Schools. After completing the TEA APPLICATION FORM you will be redirected to the Referral Form, please asked to FILL OUT THE FORM with your contact information. Referrer’s name must be on the Referral Form to claim the gift card: cityscapeschools.org/referral The referred student must attend Cityscape Schools for a minimum of 4 weeks. The Registration Office will verify all information. Parents or guardians can't refer their own children to receive the incentive, but they can refer other students. Siblings of a student enrolled in Cityscape can't participate in the Referral Program. All referrals must be new students. Enroll online or call us: cityscapeschools.org/apply (972) 663-5699 Download the Flyer Descargue el Flyer

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Congratulations to the district’s FIRST TIA designations

  • Post published:April 1, 2022
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Cityscape Schools congratulates our first two recipients of the Teacher Incentive Allotment designations and looks forward to more teachers being recognized next year.   Ms. Kimberly Novoa – Buckner Preparatory – Exemplary designation     Ms. Gabriela Espinosa – East Grand Preparatory – Recognized designation   About the Teacher Incentive Allotment  On June 2019, the 86th Texas Legislature passed House Bill 3 (HB3), which was signed into law by Governor Abbott, establishing the optional Teacher Incentive Allotment (TIA) program. TIA is a Texas Education Agency program, “dedicated to recruiting, supporting, and retaining highly effective teachers in all schools, with particular emphasis on high-needs and rural schools” (Texas Education Agency, 2019).    Why TIA?  Because of its positive impact on both recruitment and retention of high-performing teachers. Two goals of the TIA are to provide incentive pay to highly effective teachers and to attract and retain effective teachers, especially in rural and high-poverty level schools.     In the fall of 2019, superintendent Leonard Brannon formed an exploratory committee to study a new program from the Texas Education Agency (TEA) titled, the Teacher Incentive Allotment (TIA). After the exploratory committee’s approval to proceed, Mr. Brannon invited the members of the committee to present their findings to the district’s board of directors in January 2020. The board unanimously approved the district to develop an official teacher incentive program and make an application with TEA at the appropriate time.     In the summer of 2020, the district was accepted into the TIA program (Cohort C) and began collecting data to be analyzed in the summer of 2021.  After data was analyzed (fall of 2021), the district submitted two teachers to be designated as one of the three TIA designations: …

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Foresight Summer Camp

  • Post published:March 23, 2022
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REGISTRATION NOW OPEN! Join our Summer Camp for East Grand Prep, Buckner Prep, and Early Childhood Center students East Grand Preparatory(6211 E Grand Ave, Dallas, TX 75223) Summer funJune 8 - July 13 Limited Spaces Available for Free Summer Camp(PK4 - 7th Grade) Monday – Friday8:00 am – 2:00 pmBreakfast & Lunch included Sign Up Here: https://bit.ly/3tnk22 Sign up here View Post

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COVID -19 Protocol Information and Update

  • Post published:March 4, 2022
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March 4, 2022  Cityscape Schools‘ has remained consistent with a mask protocol to help protect students, staff, and families from the COVID-19 virus – and its variants. Over the last month, the numbers have been encouraging as positive cases continue to decrease in Dallas County. Effective Monday, March 7, masks will no longer be a requirement on Cityscape property; however, they are still recommended.  You may have also heard that Dallas County recently transitioned to Level Orange. This additional measure gives us greater confidence to adjust some of our protocols. School visitors and volunteers will be allowed on a limited basis, and masks are recommended while inside.  Cityscape continuously monitors data and local developments related to the health and safety of all and may consider other protocols if needed. Thank you for your compliance this year, and Cityscape looks forward to returning to some sense of normalcy.   

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