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News & Announcements

School Board Approves Updates to 2018-19 School Calendar

The Carlisle School Board approved the calendar adjustments at their March 11, 2019 meeting. Below are the approved calendar adjustments: The last day of school for K-11th graders will be May 30th. Last day for Pre-School & Kinder Prep studennts is May 24th. Teachers last day is May 31st. Visit the district's calendar web page for a full calendar.
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PRELIMINARY SNOW MAKE-UP DATES

Mark your calendars! As of today, we have a total of 9 school days impacted (four cancellations, 3 delays, and two early dismissals) due to inclement weather. I want to provide staff and parents with information regarding snow make-up days as quickly as possible. Click title to read more. . . .
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2019 Carlisle Athletic Hall of Fame Welcomes New Members

The Carlisle high school athletic department’s hall of fame induction ceremony will be Friday, Jan. 25. Inductees will be honored between the girls and boys basketball games that evening, which begin at 6 p.m. The ceremony will commence at approximately 7:15 p.m. in the high school gymnasium.

Selected to the fifth hall of fame class are Deena Chipp Swyers (’89), Todd Isley (‘90) and the 1996 state championship softball team.
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2019-20 Proposed District Calendar

The district calendar committee, comprised of parents, teachers, and administrators have met to review school calendar options for the district. Due to the Iowa Code on school start time, the 2019-20 district calendar mirrors this year’s calendar.
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Carlisle to Offer Seal of Biliteracy

Carlisle will begin offering the Seal of Biliteracy to students. The Seal of Biliteracy is an award given by a district to recognize students who have attained proficiency in two or more languages, one of which is English, by high school graduation. Students will be awarded the Seal based on an ACT score of 18 or above and an AP Spanish test score of 3 or above.
The Seal of Biliteracy will serve as a way for Carlisle High School students to highlight their proficiency in two languages as they apply for college and jobs beyond
high school.
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