According to the Texas Education Agency, districts will need significant options for making up potential missed instructional minutes due to COVID-19 during the 2020-2021 school year. To that end, the Board of Trustees approved revisions to the 2020-2021 academic school calendar that allow options for make-up time while still honoring the feedback of the school community to the greatest extent possible.
We are excited that you want to become a Bulldog! Click this story for additional information on how to enroll as a new student in Burnet CISD. This includes new Pre-K students and Kindergarten students for the upcoming 20-21 school year.
We have exciting news! Online registration through Skyward is now open. Register your returning student from your computer at your convenience. You have the option of completing it all at once or in multiple settings. Should you have trouble we are here to assist!
We are excited to announce that we have received guidance from the Texas Education Agency on graduation requirements/restrictions. Based on the guidance, all counties will be able to hold outdoor graduation ceremonies on or after June 1st. Click this story link for graduation ceremony details.
We are excited to announce that even though the school year is ending on May 22nd, the Grab & Go Meal service will continue throughout the summer ending on Friday, August 7th. Click this story for more details.
Click this web story for information and links for virtual graduation cermeonies at Quest High School and Burnet High School.
Burnet High School students were awarded over $500,000 in scholarships during the annual scholarship ceremony. Please click this story to access the virtual Burnet High School Scholarship Ceremony presented by the Hill Country Community Foundation.
BCISD is hosting a Drive-By Graduation Parade for Seniors on Friday, May 22 at 6:00 p.m. Click the story link to see a map of the parade route.
Please join us in congratulating Maria Laidler on being selected as a statewide semi-finalist in the HEB Excellence in Education Award.
Quest High School principal Dr. Doug Marvin, from Burnet CISD, has been selected to participate in the 2020 Raise Your Hand Leadership Program at Harvard. The Program invites over 100 top public school campus leaders to the Harvard Graduate School of Education to participate in one of five summer institutes, now deferred to 2021.