NSHS Honors Breakfast
Open Enrollment 2017
CFB Thanks Partners in Education
RLT NJROTC Team Places at STEM Competition
in-district transfers
Girls inspired to pursue engineering
Two-time Geography Bee Winner, Pranay Varada
RLT student earns honorable mention
Open Enrollment 2017
2017 Special Olympics
in-district transfers
Signing Day at RLT
Open Enrollment 2017
in-district transfers
Courtney Okolo, NSHS Graduate & 2016 Gold Medal Olympian


  • COMING SOON - Online Enrollment for 2017-2018
    2017-2018 Online Enrollment Begins May 1st!
  • pre-k students interacting with teacher as she reads a book
    New Pre-K Options in CFB
  • in-district transfers
    In-District Transfers
  • Out of District Open Enrollment Transfer
    Open Enrollment Transfers


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  • RLT Senior Honors Breakfast
    Parents, Staff, & Students Celebrate 2017 Turner Honor Graduates
  • Vivian Field Community Pep Rally
    Vivian Field Community Pep Rally
  • Girl Scouts Present Silver Award Project to R.L. Turner Special Education Department
  • 2017 Honor Graduates
    NSHS Celebrates 2017 Honor Graduates
  • R.L. Turner Choirs Receive Sweepstakes Awards
    R.L. Turner Choirs Receive Sweepstakes Awards
  • CFB Thanks Partners
    CFB Thanks Partners in Education
  • Thompson Elementary Students Travel to Austin with Education in Action
    Thompson Elementary Students Travel to Austin with Education in Action
  • Rosemeade Celebrates Blue Ribbon Distinction
    Rosemeade Celebrates Blue Ribbon Designation
  • Field Middle School Presents "Peter Pan Jr."
    Field Middle School Presents "Peter Pan Jr."
  • Ranchview's Pre-Prom DWI Event
    Ranchview's Pre-Prom DWI Event
  • Newman Smith Choirs Excel at UIL
    Newman Smith Choirs Excel at UIL
  • R.L. Turner Community-Wide Spring Show
    R.L. Turner Community-Wide Spring Show
  • R.L. Turner's Health Occupational Students of America Heading to Internationals
    R.L. Turner's Health Occupational Students of America Heading to Internationals
  • Bring the whole family to the third annual Country Place Spring Carnival, RAIN OR SHINE! We hope you can join us. WHEN: Friday, 4/21, from 5:30-8pm WHERE: Country Place Elementary (2115 Raintree Drive)
    Country Place Elementary Spring Carnival
  • Cloud Computing with Microsoft Azure
    Cloud Computing with Microsoft Azure
  • Through the organization of UNICEF, our school was accepted for a program called "The UNICEF Kid Power Band." Farmers Branch Elementary received 40 activity bands. The UNICEF Kid Power Band empowers kids to get active, go on fun missions with famous champions and send lifesaving therapeutic food packets to kids in need. This program is beneficial in 3 ways: Count Steps - Have fun setting daily activity goals with friends and family Tell Time - It's a watch, too, so kids won't ever lose track of time when they're having fun Earn Rewards - Kids take steps to help malnourished kids around the world The more a student moves (wearing the band), the more food packets will be donated. So far, our students have moved enough to send over 400 food packets! What an amazing program that encourages movement while helping others! Thanks UNICEF and way to go Mustangs!
    Farmers Branch Elementary Students Receive Activity Bands from UNICEF
  • Newman Smith High School Troyanns Present "Welcome to the Runaway" Spring Show 2017 April 27th & 28th at 7PM Pauline Keeton Smith Performing Arts Center Tickets are $10.00 at the door Advance tickets can be purchased for $5.00 prior to Thursday night show.
    Newman Smith High School Troyanns Present "Welcome to the Runaway"
  • Creekview Band Fundraiser Color Run 5K Run & 1M Fun Run Saturday, May 13, 2017 8 AM - Fun Run 8:30 AM - 5K Run BOTH Color Fun
    Creekview 2017 Running of the Band/Color Run
  • FCD Academy wins First Dallas Cup at Super Group Level
    Ranchview Student Scores Winning Goal for FCD Academy
  • 4th Annual IB International Bash
    4th Annual IB International Night
  • Newman Smith's One-Act Play Places 4th at State UIL Competition
    Newman Smith's One-Act Play Places 4th at State UIL Competition
  • Newman Smith Golfer Signs Letter of Intent
    Newman Smith Golfer Signs Letter of Intent
  • Newman Smith One-Act Play, under the direction of Tyler Brodess and Abby Kraemer, have advanced to state in One Act Play. It is incredible to think of all the 5A schools in the state of Texas only 8 schools advance to this level. The Newman Smith One Act Play will perform on Thursday, April 13th in Round Rock, Texas. The performance will be at the Round Rock Performing Arts Center at 4:00.
    Newman Smith One-Act Play Advances to State
  • HELP PERRY WIN! Dan Kinkade and his Perry Growers are finalists in the WFAA Project Green competition. Voting begins today! Winners will receive $1000 for their organization/school. Perry families/staff/followers, please VOTE for Perry Middle School/Mr. Kinkade to win $1,000 of educational resources in Project Green. You can vote every 24 hours through Sunday, 4/16. Let's significantly increase the chances of receiving the WIN! Thank you!
    Help Perry Middle School Win The Project Green Competition
  • On April 4, 2017, CFBISD Council PTA recognized all the Life Member recipients in CFBISD at a ceremony at DeWitt Perry Middle School Auditorium. The Life Member Award is a high honor that recognizes an individual for their outstanding contributions to the well-being of children and youth. The Extended Service Award is for a person that is a Life Member and continues to be actively involved in TX PTA for 10 years. The National Life Achievement is presented to a person that daily lives out his/her commitment to children.
    2017 CFBISD Life Member Recipients
  • Come Test Drive for a Cause.. For every test-drive of a Ford Vehicle at this event, Ford Motor Company and Five Star Ford Carrollton will donate $20 to Metrocrest Services. Brookhaven College (front lot) 9:30 AM - 6:30PM Thursday, April 27, 2017
    Ford Ride & Drive Benefiting Metrocrest Services
  • Blalck Choir 2017
    The Blalack Choir 2017
  • NJROTC Excels at STEM
    NJROTC Students Excel at STEM Competition
  • SportsDayHS Logo Tournament of Champions (Photo by Dallas Morning News)
    SportsDayHS Logo Tournament of Champions
  • Country Place Destination Imagination Team Place 2nd at State Tournament
  • Newman Smith Academic All-State Students of 2017
    Newman Smith Academic All-State Students of 2017
  • Ranchview Wolves Moving Onto Regional Soccer Tournament
    Ranchview Wolves Moving Onto Regional Soccer Tournament
  • state geography bee winner
    Perry 8th Grader is State Geography Bee Winner
  • Freeman Elementary 5th graders travel to Waco with Education in Action
    Freeman Elementary 5th graders travel to Waco with Education in Action
  • R.L. Turner Teacher & Student Receive Lamar Award of Excellence
  • Way to go Mustangs! CFB is Proud of you!
    Creekview Golfer Wins Third Straight District Title
  • CATCH Global Foundation
    Elementary P.E. Teachers Implement New Curriculum For Children's Health
  • Creekview Students Honored at Dallas Museum of Art
  • On Monday, March 27th, CFBISD held an art competition in order to celebrate Healthy Lifestyles, Mind, Body and Spirit. 3rd-12th grade were able to participate in this competition. An art exhibit and awards were planned at the Farmers Branch Community Recreation Center to give friends, family and the community an opportunity to appreciate all entries and student artists. Two Furneaux Elementary students participated in this competition. Congratulations to future artists, Kaylee and Christy Dang for representing Furneaux in the Healthy Lifestyles Art Contest!
    Furneaux Students Participate in Healthy Lifestyles Art Contest
  • Ranchview Boys Soccer Team Advances in State Playoffs
    Ranchview Boys Soccer Team Advances in State Playoffs
  • middle school girls inspired to pursue engineering
    ExxonMobil Inspires Middle School Girls to Pursue Engineering
  • NSHS Dance Team Performs at Senior Living Center
    Newman Smith's Dance Team Performs at Senior Living Center
  • Newman Smith Orchestra UIL Results
    Newman Smith Orchestra UIL Results
  • R.L. Turner Student Honored by University of Texas at Dallas
    R.L. Turner Student Honored by University of Texas at Dallas
  • Please Join Us In Honoring Rosemeade Elementary School 2016 National Blue Ribbon School Wednesday, April 19, 2017 9:00AM Rosemeade Elementary School 3550 Kimberly Dr Carrollton, TX 75007
    Honoring Rosemeade Elementary School as 2016 National Blue Ribbon School
  • Congratulations to Senior Female Newman Smith High School Trojan Golfer Casey Washmon- she shot an 80. The golf team competed against possible Regional Qualifiers at the Regional Site. Casey finished as the 2nd place medalist yesterday, March 28, at the Rockwall Athletic Club at our District Preview Event hosted by North Forney. Casey has committed to playing golf at University of Mary Hardin Baylor in Belton, Texas next fall. The District Tournament will be on Monday and Tuesday April 10th and 11th @ Twin Creeks in Allen.
    Newman Smith Golfer Places 2nd at District Preview Event
  • Barbara Bush Middle School Choir students had a great two days at the UIL Competition. All of the Choir represented Barbara Bush extremely well in concert and in sight-reading. Both groups received the highest ratings possible: Superior (I) scores from all of their judges. SWEEPSTAKES trophies for both! We are so extremely proud of all of these young men and women in BBMS choir.
    Barbara Bush Middle School Choir UIL Results
  • Newman Smith Science Team UIL Results
    Newman Smith Science Team UIL Results
  • Creekview & Ranchview Soccer Teams Advance to State Playoffs
    Creekview & Ranchview Soccer Teams Advance to State Playoffs
  • Texas PTA received 1,027 entries for state-level judging, and awarded nearly 500 students. Overall Award of Excellence recipients advance to National PTA judging and their results will be announced in June. For more info go to: http://www.txpta.org/reflections-results 2 students from CFB ISD are advancing to National PTA level of judging: *Gavin Bloom - Film Production Special Artist - Mc Coy Elementary *Kashmira Kuloor - Visual Arts - McCoy Elementary For the full list of results see attachment. Congratulations to all our Reflections CFB ISD students that advanced to TX PTA!
    Reflections Results from Texas PTA
  • The Perry Robotics Club traveled to Norman, Oklahoma this past weekend (March 25th) to compete in the multi-state Oklahoma Botball regional competition. Botball is an extremely challenging autonomous robotics competition for middle school and high school students. There are no division lines and middle school students must compete directly against high school students. The students have nearly 2 1/2 months to design, build, program, document and test up to two robots to compete in a very challenging competition. The robots the students build are 100% autonomous (no remote control) and are programmed by the students in a real-world programming language called "C". The competition is divided into three parts: seeding rounds, double elimination and a documentation and oral presentation. These scores are combined to get a team's overall score. DeWitt Perry sent 4 teams including a team composed exclusively of Perry alumni from Turner and Creekview called "Perry 2.0". When the dust settled, of the top 5 teams (out of 48), 3 were from CFBISD
    Perry Robotics Club Competes at Oklahoma Regional Competition
  • Landry Elementary Commemorates Susan Kelly
    Landry Elementary Commemorates Susan Kelly
  • CFB Special Olympics 2017
    CFBISD Special Olympics 2017
  • R.L. Turner Orchestra UIL Region 31 Results
    R.L. Turner Orchestra UIL Region 31 Results
  • Newman Smith Wins One-Act Play Bi-District
    Newman Smith Wins One-Act Play Bi-District
  • The Ranchview women's golf team earned the schools 6th district women's golf title at Tenison Golf Park on Wednesday March 22 and Thursday March 23rd and became District 10-4A Champions. Senior Ava Castillo captured her 4th district low medalist honor! The men's team placed second. Junior Andrew Ahn shot a personal best 77 and finished in second place as a medalist. Ranchview golfers include: Senior Ava Marie Castillo Senior Priyanka Pohar Senior Ann Marie Wang Junior Joann Yang Senior Scott Williams Junior Andrew Ahn Sophomore Zhongyuan Wang Freshman Noah Kim Freshman Kiano Kelly Both Teams advance to Regionals at the Van Zandt Country Club in Canton April 24-27 Congratulations!
    Ranchview Golf District 10-4A Results
  • CFBISD All-Stars Compete in the 2017 Special Olympics
  • CFBISD Council PTA Life Member Program & Reception (1)
    CFBISD Council PTA Life Member Program & Reception
  • Ranchview Boys & Girls Soccer Headed to Playoffs! (1)
    Ranchview Boys & Girls Soccer Headed to Playoffs!
  • McKamy Ensemble to Perform at the National Orff-Schulwerk Association Convention
    McKamy Ensemble to Perform at the National Orff-Schulwerk Association Convention
  • Turner Band Booster Association Scholarship Dinner and Silent Auction
    Turner Band Booster Association Scholarship Dinner & Silent Auction
  • The staff and students at Furneaux Elementary spent their Digital Learning Day by utilizing technology in the class. They also decided to go the entire day without using ANY paper
    Digital Learning Day at Furneaux Elementary
  • Ted Polk's FFA student Morgan Guerrero won 1st Place in two categories at the Ft. Worth Stock Show. Take a look at the clip abov
    Ted Polk's FFA Student Wins First Place at Stock Show
  • The Child Development Academy (CDA) is a day care for CFBISD employees only. It strives to provide a warm and nurturing atmosphere for all ages. On Tuesday, March 21st, the teachers at the CDA commemorated World Down Syndrome Day by wearing matching shirts. World Down Syndrome Day (WDSD), observed on 21 March every year, is a global awareness day which has been officially observed by the United Nations since 2012. Down Syndrome International encourages our friends all over the world to choose their own activities and events on WDSD to help raise awareness of what Down syndrome is, what it means to have Down syndrome, and how people with Down syndrome play a vital role in our lives and communities.
    Child Development Academy Commemorate World Down Syndrome Day
  • Free Pre-Participation Physical Exam
    FREE Pre-Participation Physical Exams
  • pre-k student dressed as a scientist
  • Choir Spirit Night at Twisted Root Burger (1)
    Creekview High School - Choir Spirit Night Fundraiser
  • Youth Art Month at Furneaux Elementary
    Furneaux Elementary Students Display Work for Youth Art Month
  • Take a spin in a new Ford vehicle. For every test-drive taken, Ford Motor Company will donate $20 to the Educational Foundation Where: Creekview High School When: March 22 from 10:30AM-7:30PM
    Creekview High School - Drive 4 Ur Community
  • Newman Smith One-Act Play Results
    Newman Smith One-Act Play Results
  • Creekview One-Act Play Results
    Creekview One-Act Play Results
  • The CFB High School debate students prepare to present their wining essays to the Farmers Branch Rotary Club.
    Rotary Winners from CFBISD
  • Exploration Academy / SAGE
    Exploration Academy / SAGE for Summer Learning
  • New Pre-K Options
    New Pre-K Options for 2017
  • On Tuesday, March 7th, the Central Elementary Choir and the Treble Makers Percussion Ensemble performed their spring Pirates program.
    Central Elementary Students Perform "Pirates" Program
  • 2013 NSHS Graduate, Morgan Pulliam
    NSHS Alumna Recipient of Miss SFA Award
  • Rosemeade remembers Dr. Seuss
    Rosemeade Remembers Dr. Seuss
  • 14 Newman Smith HS Dance 1 students were selected to participate in the Dance Educator's Assessment of Learning (DEAL) on March 7th, 2017. The goal of DEAL is to provide dance students and their program the opportunity to be evaluated and recognized for their commitment to learning proper dance technique, terminology and performance skills. Smith dancers excelled at the assessment, receiving the highest possible rating. These students did an amazing job representing Newman Smith HS Dance Department and were an excellent showcase of the rigor and high achievement of Fine Arts in CFBISD.
    Newman Smith Dance Students Receive Division I Ratings
  • Central Elementary hosted its Annual Literacy Night. Upon entering, students chose one book and followed their parents to various locations to learn comprehension strategies to use with their new books. Parents and students then “traveled” through Literacy Land to hear stories from Dr. Seussville, Fairy Tale Land, Land of Scary Stories and North of Nonfiction, where they learned about landforms and regional habitats. Travelers carried a Literacy Land passport, which was stamped upon leaving each land. When their passports were complete, they chose another book; thus, taking two brand new books home to add to their home libraries.
    Central Elementary Hosts Literacy Night
  • On February 24th, the students at Barbara Bush Middle School participated in a school-wide assembly to commemorate Black History Month. Various theater students dressed up and spoke as prominent figures in History including Maya Angelou and Oprah Winfrey. Other students chose to learn songs and sing for the assembly in between talks. Art students created "Face Jugs that have historical significance from early American history. All of the students were taught by the guest speaker, Mrs. Dionne Williams, Engineering Manager at Lockheed Martin. She spoke to the students about how she earned her multiple degrees and how she kept working on things that are important to her. The assembly was a wonderful way to cap off our learning about many of the important contributions made by African-Americans throughout history
    Barbara Bush Middle School Commemorates Black History Month
  • On Saturday, March 4, the State Japanese Speech Contest was held at Rice University in Houston, Texas. A Smith High School student, Heewon Huh, won first place in the 5th Division Free Speech Contest. Heewon will move onto the All-States Competition in California in May. Congratulations Heewon & good luck in the All-States Competition!
    Smith Student Wins 1st Place at State Japanese Speech Contest
  • Why Pre-K is Important for Your Child’s Academic Growth
  • ranchview golfer posing after her record breaking golf round
    Ranchview Student Sets Golf Record
  • Reflections entries that Advanced to Council PTA judging in Visual Arts and Photography categories and that received Award of Excellence or Award of Merit from Council PTA will be in display in the Josey Ranch Carrollton library over Spring Break. We invite everyone to look at the great work of our CFB students.
    CFB Council PTA Refelections Display
  • Creekview mock trial team holds trophy from their win
    Creekview Mock Trial Team Back to Back Champions
  • Orchestra
    Newman Smith Orchestra Excels at UIL
  • Kindergarten in CFBISD. young kindergarten teacher in the classroom with her students as they interact with their ipads
    CFBISD's Kindergarten Program is Like No Other
  • CFBISD Students Compete in "Destination Imagination"
    CFBISD Students Compete in "Destination Imagination"
  • Ranchview Students Earn Division Medals at the UIL Solo & Ensemble Competition
    Ranchview Students Earn Division Medals at the UIL Solo & Ensemble Competition
  • Farmers Branch Star Party
    Farmers Branch Star Party
  • CFBISD State Wrestling Results
    CFBISD State Wrestling Results
  • The 8th Grade Bronco Lead Group of Barbara Bush middle School attended a very special field trip to Citi Corp. in Irving. This large facility houses 5000 employees and mans a 24 hour call center for banking customers from all over the world. Also at this facility, there are Scrum teams who work together to develop new mobile technology for Citi and are constantly developing new ways to keep their banking customers satisfied. The students visited the call center, the fitness center, and learned about the importance of having a positive digital footprint, now and in the future. They learned about Citi's commitment to community volunteering and about various careers that can be pursued as an employee of this large corporation. Thanks to Citi for hosting them and to these leaders for representing Barbara Bush Middle School so well!
    Bronco Lead Group of Barbara Bush Middle School Visit Citi Corp.
  • Congratulations to these IB Scholars at Barbara Bush Middle School! They have been recognized by their teachers as being principled students. According to the International Baccalaureate, principled people act with integrity and honesty, with a strong sense of fairness and justice, and with respect for the dignity and rights of people everywhere. They take responsibility for their actions and their consequences. These students enjoyed lunch with one of our community leaders, Mr. Dany Smith. He talked with the students about his college career, some of the 28 patents that he holds, and how he is principled in his daily work as a designer for Toyota. Congratulations to all of these Learner Profile Leaders!
    IB Scholars at Barbara Bush Middle School Recognized as Principled Students
  • Landry Elementary Celebrates Dr. Seuss Day
  • R. L. Turner Boys' Soccer Ranked #1 by Dallas Morning News
  • Farmers Branch Elementary & R. L. Turner Students Participate in "Jump Rope for Heart"
  • Country Place Elementary Destination Imagination team placed 1st in Regionals for the second year in a row! They are headed to the state competition in Lubbock on April 7th & 8th. Destination Imagination is open to all kindergarten through university level students worldwide. Students form teams of up to 7 members, select their preferred Challenge and work together to develop a solution to the Challenge. The Challenges are open-ended and enable students to learn and experience the creative process while fostering their creativity, curiosity and courage. The Country Place Team Manager is a 5th grade parent Abbie Sherman. Congratulations & good luck at the state tournament in April!
    Country Place Destination Imagination Team Place 1st in Regionals
  • The TVAA High School Art Competition is open to all 10th, 11th and 12th grade high school students who reside in the State of Texas. These students were chosen out of thousands of artworks.
    Three Newman Smith Students Accepted Into TVAA Art Competition
  • The Trojan wrestling season came to a close on Friday, February 24. Christopher Conway traveled to Houston to compete in the UIL State Wrestling Tournament at the 170 pound weight class. Chris represented the school and program well at the state meet. He was the first state qualifier for the Trojans since 2015. Chris' run to the state meet was exceptionally impressive considering it was his first year officially competing in the sport. Conway is a senior and hopes to continue wrestling after he graduates this summer. Congratulations on all of your achievements, Chris!
    Newman Smith State Wrestling Results
  • Ranchview Lady Wolves Heading to Regional Tournament
    Ranchview Lady Wolves Heading to Regional Tournament
  • Eighteen Lennox engineers from various engineering backgrounds came to Central Elementary on February 23rd to teach 4th graders about the joys of their jobs and to celebrate engineers week.
    Central Elementary Celebrates Engineers' Week
  • Regional Wrestling Results & State-Bound Competition
    Regional Wrestling Results & State-Bound Competition
  • Congratulations to Sarah Clarke for a strong finish at STATE swim meet this past weekend. At preliminaries on Friday, February 17, the importance was making the top 8 for Saturday. She qualified with a best time of her career and was ranked 7th in the 100 butterfly. On Saturday, she finished her high school career finishing as the 6th fastest flyer in the State 5A competition. Congratulations to her and representing Smith with pride!
    Newman Smith Student Competes at the State Swim Meet
  • The Trojan wrestlers had a pretty good start to the regional tournament. During day one on Friday, all three boys that entered the tournament won at least one match. Both Tyrese Lewis and Chris Conway won two matches and returned for day 2. On the second day of competition, Lewis' tournament ended with a 6th place finish. He ended his season as a regional placer with a 25-9 overall record. Conway's path was an odyssey worthy of a Trojan hero. He won his first match of the date then was narrowly defeated in his second. That loss sent him to the 5th place match, which he won. That victory allowed him to challenge for the fourth place wrestler for a berth to the state wrestling finals. In his final battle of the weekend, Chris Conway avenged two previous losses against a competitor from Creekview and will be the Trojans' lone qualifier for state in his first competitive season.
    Newman Smith Regional Wrestling Results
  • Ranchview High School Basketball player dominating at Texas Tech
    Ranchview High School Basketball Star Dominating at Texas Tech
  • teachers at Riverchase Elementary in CFVISD dress up for World Read Aloud Day
    Riverchase Elementary Celebrates World Read Aloud Day
  • R.L. Turner Students Earn 3 Medals at VASE Competition
    R.L. Turner Students Earn 3 Medals at VASE Competition
  • National Merit Scholarship Corp. Announces Newman Smith Student as Finalist
    Newman Smith Student Announced as National Merit Finalist
  • Creekview Film Advances to State Semi-Finals
    Creekview Film Advances to State Semi-Finals
  • Smith students received medals at Region at this year’s Visual Art Scholastic Event (V.A.S.E.) art competition. Out of 1431 artwork entries, Newman Smith High School received 40 medals and had 4 artworks placed at Area and will advanced to compete at State.
    Newman Smith Students Win Visual Arts Scholastic Event & Advance to State Competition
  • Polk Middle School had 21 students accepted into Early College High School next year. Early College High School is a partnership between the Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD and the Dallas County Community College District. ECHS is an innovative high school located on the campus of Brookhaven College that allows students an opportunity to earn a high school diploma and 60 college credit hours. They received their acceptance letters from the Principal, Mr. Arreola on Friday, February 10. Congratulations!
    Polk Students Accepted into Early College High School
  • AVID Students from Polk Middle School visit Texas A&M
    Polk Students Visit Texas A&M
  • Central Elementary Students Participate Service Learning Project
    Central Elementary Students Participate In Service Learning Project
  • Farmers Branch Elementary students visit Vivian Field middle School
    Farmers Branch Elementary Visits Vivian Field Middle School
  • Thompson Elementary Celebrates Valentine's Day
    Thompson Students Celebrates Valentine's Day
  • Ranchview IB Art Students Participate in Regional VASE Art Competition
    Ranchview IB Art Students Participate in Regional VASE Art Competition
  • Ranchview Lady Wolves Basketball Heading to Playoffs!
  • Congratulations to our Creekview Wrestlers for an OUTSTANDING showing at Districts! Lots of District Champs in several weight classes. CFB is very proud of our Mustangs! Good Luck at Regionals next week. Great job Coach Kitchens!
    Creekview Wrestling District Results
  • CFBISD sits down with Creekview High School Counselor Stacy Lovett as she discusses how school counselors make an impact on the lives of students. Counselors play a vital role in the success of all students. Thank you for all you do.
    CFBISD Celebrates National Counselors Week
  • 2017-2018 Academic Calendar
    2017-2018 Academic Calendar
  • This past weekend your Trojan swimmers swam with pride against 23 other teams at the Regional Swim Meet held in Frisco. But the ride is not over for Newman Smith as Sarah Clarke automatically qualified for STATE with a 2nd place finish in the 100 Butterfly. She also had a strong showing the 50 freestyle with a 5th place finish and a possible other swim for STATE.It was a great weekend overall for those that competed. Everyone that qualified for Regional prelims, qualified for Saturday Finals! The girls 200 Medley Relay was a Freshman/Senior divide with two freshman Eleanna Martinez and Keaira Rosales, both posting personal bests in their races. Eleanna leading off the relay with a strong 50 backstroke and Keaira Rosales finishing the relay and breaking under the 30 second mark in her 50 free. Clarke went a personal best with a personal best of 30 seconds in her 50 breast and Julia Walsdorf holding on in the 50 butterly. Walsdorf also had two strong console swims, besting both of her times from Friday in the 200 Free and 100 backstroke.On the boys side, Max Garcia led the charge with a NEW SCHOOL RECORD in the 100 backstroke. He also led off the 200 Medley relay and was helped by Connor Hudson, Oscar Cardenas and David Alvarez just barely missing the school record. Alvarez anchoring the relay and breaking the 25 second barrier with a 24.9 in his 50 Free. Another strong finish and time was shown by Oscar Cardenas, Reid Jamesmeyer, Connor Hudson, And Max Garcia in the 400 Free relay. All four boys giving their best swims and times to come out strong in the very last event of the day.It was a great weekend and career end to our seniors who have represented Newman Smith with pride and determination. It is with great hope to see what the years to come will show with amazing Freshman swims!The STATE swim meet will be held in Austin in two weeks.
    Newman Smith Swim Team Regional Results
  • Ranchview Band & Choir Students Advance to All-State
    Ranchview Band & Choir Students Advance to All-State
  • RLT FFA - Takes 1st Place in 2 Categories in Rabbit Show
    RLT FFA Member Takes Two 1st Place Wins at Ft. Worth Stock Show
  • Blair Donates Food Pallet to Metrocrest Services
    Blair Elementary Donates Food to Metrocrest Services
  • Adult Spanish Classes
    Spanish Courses for Adults
  • Quang Nguyen, Sai Senpon, Ishan Mistry, Max Matsushita, Nathan Loh were your swimming Wolves who competed this past weekend against 23 other teams at the Regional Swim Meet this past weekend in Frisco. They all swam with Ranchview pride and broke 2 school records in the process! Ishan Mistry, Quang Nguyen, Sai Senpon, and Max Matsushita set a NEW SCHOOL RECORD in the 200 Medley Relay to start off the meet for the boys.
    Ranchview Swim Teams Sets 3 New School Records at Regional Swim Meet
  • Newman Smith Students to Visit Guri City, South Korea
    Newman Smith Students to Visit Guri City, South Korea
  • R.L. Turner Students Place 2nd and 3rd in Programming Competition
    R.L. Turner Students Place 2nd and 3rd in Programming Competition
  • Signing Day at Ranchview High School
    Signing Day at Ranchview High School
  • CFB Divers Make Top 10
    CFB Divers Make Top 10 in Regionals
  • From left to right, associate principal Dana Macedo congratulates Colleen Reicherts, Ronelle Eddings, and Bunker Hill for all they have done for the CFB community. Principal Joe LaPuma also offered his congratulations.
    Creekview High School PTSA Presents Annual Life Membership Award
  • The Elementary Regional Science Fair was held on January 30-31. CFB had students from sixteen schools participate in the fair. We had ten students earn the following placements at the science fair. First Grade Trey McClain - Country Place Elementary First Place - Don't Be Blind Second Grade Aditya Pradhan - LaVillita Elementary First Place - How Plants Can Reduce Soil Erosion Lily Yokoyama - Las Colinas Elementary Second Place - How to make Compost Efficiently Luciana Vasquez - Blanton Elementary Third Place - Which Soda Harms You The Most Miles Kosley - Stark Elementary Honorable Mention - Building a Better String Telephone Third Grade Aiden Boyle - Blanton Elementary First Place - Solar Desalinator Londyn Ervin - Freeman Elementary Honorable Mention - Homemade Trash Grabber Fourth Grade Viktoria Pomposhova - LaVillita Elementary Honorable Mention - The Mismatched Socks Problem Fifth Grade Aditya Goyal - McCoy Elementary 1st Place - WINGS: Who is Wright? Newton or Bernoulli Congratulations to all!
    Elementary Regional Science Fair
  • 10th Annual CPOA Daddy-Daughter Dance
    Davis Elementary - 10th Annual CPOA Daddy-Daughter Dance
  • After school coding at Barbara Bush Middle School
    Barbara Bush Middle School - Coding Club
  • Two Creekview students have advanced to quarter finals in the State UIL Young Filmmakers competition. They are part of 355 films that advanced out of more than 900 total entries. Please congratulate Spencer Olson for his documentary "Run," and Inaara Muhammad for her narrative "Kalopsia." Best of luck moving forward!
    Creekview Students Advance to Quarter Finals in UIL Film Competition
  • RLT Students Sign with Colleges for Soccer and Football
    College Signing Day at RLT
  • This past weekend, Barbara Bush students participated in the African-American Male Academic Bowl. They had a great time! A few of our teams advanced to additional rounds, but did not move to the championship rounds. Even though they did not move on, they had a great time and gained a great experience. A very special thank you to Ms. Grider and Mrs. Bose for not only their help in preparing the boys, but in helping on Saturday! Way to go, Broncos!
    Barbara Bush Middle School Participates in African-American Male Academic Bowl
  • Spelling Bee
    Students Compete in Spanish Spelling Bee
  • We are so very proud of 8th graders Tony Baker, Nick Goins, and Andre Robinson! They competed in the "Aiming for the Stars African American Male Academic Bowl" this past Saturday at University of Texas at Dallas. This experience involved studying, competing, and making it all the way to the fourth round, further than any other team in our district! They represented Vivian Field and our sponsors, Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity, very well! Way to go, Vikings!
    Vivian Field Alpha Scholars Compete in UTD Academic Bowl
  • Come learn why your child will be in the right spot at La Villita Elementary. You will hear about our school programs, tour the school, learn about registration and have your questions answered. Future leopards are encouraged to come with parents to see their new school. Attend any of the schedules sessions below. See you soon! February 3 8:30-9:30 AM March 10 8:30-9:30 AM April 21 8:30-9:30 AM or 1:15-2:15 PM
    La Villita Elementary - Parent Preview & Kindergarten Round-Up
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    Kindergarten Live
  • As an IB World School, Barbara Bush Middle School has been fortunate to have teachers from Ewha University, observing and teaching our students for the last few days. Coming all the way from Seoul, South Korea, we have learned about their language, their history and their culture. Other student teachers have been observing and teaching at Las Colinas Elementary and Ranchview High School. We applaud these young ladies for being risk-takers by teaching about many diverse topics in their second language.
    Barbara Bush Middle School Hosts Student Teachers from Korea
  • As part of our International Baccalaureate Program, Good Elementary will celebrate the Chinese New Year on January 31, 2017 at 6:30 p.m. Parents and community members are invited to join us for the traditional Chinese Dragon Dance, and crafts. Have a fortune cookie and welcome the Year of the Rooster!
    Good Elementary Hosting Chinese New Year Celebration
  • METSA launches rockets in honor of Christa McAuliffe Day
    METSA Launches Rockets for Christa McAuliffe Day
  • School Board Recognition Month
    School Board Recognition Month
  • Elks Hoop Shoot
    CFB Students Participate in Elks Hoop Shoot
  • CFB Divers head to 5A Regional Competition
    CFB Divers Head to 5A Regional Competition
  • 3rd-5th grade students at Thompson Elementary had some special visitors January 24th. Performers with the Dallas Opera came to present Mozart's, "Bastien & Bastienne." After enjoying the show, students learned that Mozart composed the opera when he was only 12 years old. We hope some students were inspired to create something of their own. They're never too young to start!
    Thompson Elementary Gets a Visit from the Dallas Opera
  • Las Colinas Elementary Students Travel to Austin
    Las Colinas Elementary Students Travel to Austin
  • Thompson Elementary celebrated a Day of Science January 10th with some help from Long Middle School engineering students. Several 8th graders spent time with 5th grade students showing them the ins and outs of programming a robot. After their robots made it over the finish line, the only thing left to do was program a victory dance! There were several students who learned they had a love for programming by the end of the day.
    Thompson Elementary Celebrates a Day of Science
  • Youth Art Month
    Youth Art Month
  • I am a kindergarten Teacher featuring a oyung, blonde headed teacher
    I Am a Kindergarten Teacher
  • The West Point Leadership Ethics and Diversity in STEM (LEADS) hosted a workshop at Newman Smith on Friday, January 20th. Middle and high school students from the entire Dallas-Fort Worth area congregated to learn Entrepreneurship Finance, Virtual Bridge Building, and Leadership and Ethics. The goal is for students to “realize the key role ethical leadership and science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) competence play in becoming an effective leader.”
    Newman Smith Hosts LEADS Conference
  • Ranchview High School Presents "Annie Jr."
    Ranchview Fine Arts Presents "Annie Jr."
  • Osmo is an award-winning game system that will change the way your child interacts with the iPad by opening it up to hands-on play. You put your iPad in the Osmo Base with the red reflector over the camera and now it can see what’s in front of it. It's a great way for students to utilize iPads in an educational manner. Davis Elementary has begun using Osmo and the students seem to enjoy it! For more information, visit www.playosmo.com.
    Davis Elementary Students Utilizing Osmo
  • CFBISD's 2nd Annual African-American Read-In
  • On Saturday, January 14, the City of Carrollton held its annual MLK parade to celebrate the legacy of Dr. Marin Luther King, Jr. This will be the 20th year, the city has held the parade. The parade is sponsored by Christ Community Connection, Inc. and cosponsored by the City of Carrollton and the Carrollton-Farmers Branch Independent School District. Our Blalack students proudly participated in the parade for equality, freedom, justice and spiritual growth for all!
    Blalack Middle School Students Participate in Annual MLK Parade
  • Carrollton Elementary students collected canned good for three weeks in December. They collected 6 food bank boxes collectively. These boxes were given to North Texas Food Bank. Way to go Carrollton Elementary!
    Carrollton Elementary Collects Canned Goods for North Texas Food Bank
  • Please join us in congratulating our two All-State Dancers, Zach August and Marcela Vazquez, on their outstanding work at the TDEA Convention this past week! There were 222 All-State Dancers from across the state of Texas, and Zach was the only male dancer represented. Both took numerous master classes and performed in an amazing performance featuring all of the 222 dancers. They both represented our district with the utmost of excellence and professionalism!
    Creekview High Students Perform at TDEA Convention
  • Congratulations to the students who participated this year in Reflections, the National PTA Art Program. The theme for 2016-17 was 'What is your story?' Students from Kinder through 12 grade may participate in 6 different categories: Dance Choreography, Film Production, Literature, Music Composition, Photography and Visual Arts. Students compete in their school and the top 20% advance to the CFB Council PTA judging. In the picture above are the Overall Award of Excellence recipients with an entry that advanced to State level of judging. Good luck to you! The following link has the gallery of entries in Visual Arts and Photography that advanced to state judging.
    CFB Council PTA Reflections Award Ceremony
  • January 20th and 21st, 8:00pm $8 General Admission, $6 Discounted Tickets (Student, Military, Senior Citizens) At the Ranchview High School Auditorium Reservations can be made from the 7th-20th by calling Lisa Gryzmcowski at (972)968-5026
    Ranchview Fine Arts Presents "Annie Jr."
  • Dallas Fitness Stars teach Floorball to CFB P.E. teachers
    Dallas Fitness Stars Teach Floorball
  • LBJ Express Engineers Attend MakerSpace Session at Blalack Middle School
    LBJ Express Engineers Attend MakerSpace Session at Blalack Middle School
  • Alumna Olympic Gold Medalist Visits Smith High School
  • Newman Smith High School Presents "Sister Act"
  • United States Military Academy LEADS Conference
  • 1st Annual Creekview Film Festival
  • mother on couch with two young girls reading a book
    Important Tips for Helping Your Child with Guided Reading
  • La Villita's 5th grade student council (CLAW) collected food for Irving Cares throughout December. Irving Cares, in partnership with the Irving community is dedicated to effectively serving and assisting Irving residents in need. La Villita received 2, 726 canned good items in donations for Irving Cares. This donation provided Irving Cares with additional money, approximately $8400, to help more families. Great job La Villita!
    La Villita Collects Canned Goods for Irving Cares
  • On January 7, five students from Creekview High School made their way to Keller, Texas to compete in the fiercely competitive Area B choral auditions.
    Creekview Choir Students Advance to All-State
  • RLT Fine Arts will present Disney's beloved musical Beauty and the Beast January 19, 20 and 21 at 7:00 p.m. The performances start at 7:00 p.m. Pre-sale tickets are $10 general admission. All tickets bought at the door are $12. Tickets can be purchased at https://ticketracker.com/store/events/1418. Considered to be one of the most popular of Disney's creations, Beauty and The Beast is a "tale as old as time" and appropriate for all ages and audiences. Please join Belle, Gaston, the Beast and all of the beloved characters as they come to life on stage in a beautiful story of love and acceptance. The production boasts a cast of over 70 members, as well as the 2015-2016 winner of both the Dallas Summer Musicals and Schmidt and Jones awards for Best Orchestra, the R. L. Turner Pit Orchestra.
    R.L. Turner Presents Beauty & the Beast
  • Dairy MAX Presents $65K Grant to CFBISD
  • 20th Anniversary Landry Elementary Celebration. Tom Landry Elementary has been educating and inspiring students since 1996. We hope you can join us as we celebrate this wonderful milestone. All current & Former students, staff, family members, and community members are invited to attend. We want to honor you! Thursday, February 2nd, 5:30 to 7 P M
    Tom Landry Elementary 20th Anniversary
  • New Year's Swim/Dice Classic
  • Barbara Bush Middle School is pleased to announce the results of the annual spelling bee. Out of 120 contestants, we congratulate Trace Bennett for winning and Hoor Tariq for being the runner up! Trace will represent our school at the CFB District Spelling Bee next week! Congratulations to these two for their high academic achievement!
    Barbara Bush Students Place 1st & 2nd in Annual Spelling Bee
  • Kindergarten Live
    Kindergarten Live
  • Rainwater Elementary Receives Generous Contribution from Great Lakes
  • SAT/ACT Prep For CFBISD Middle School Students
  • Newman Smith Debate Team Wins Big at Hebron Tournament
    Newman Smith Debate Team Wins Big at Hebron Tournament
  • Smith Wrestling News at Wylie Invitational
  • Congratulations to Newman Smith Robotics Team
  • R.L. Turner Students Sponsor a Toys for Tots Drive
  • Broadway on Briargrove at McKamy Elementary
    McKamy Elementary Presents "Broadway on Briargrove"
  • Bernie Ponzio and her golden retriever therapy dog, Hopalong Cassidy, live in Grand Prairie and travel around to different locations to provide support and comfort to people of all ages. Cassidy was born without a heartbeat, but was able to be brought back to life with CPR from vets at Texas A&M. The breeder wanted to put Cassidy down because he was born without a front right paw. Without hesitation, Bernie adopted Cassidy and trained him to be a therapy dog. Good Elementary was lucky enough to get to meet Bernie & Cassidy. Cassidy has now learned to walk with a prosthetic leg. Bernie uses Cassidy as a platform to reach out to students with disabilities, special needs, or those that feel they don't quite fit in. Bernie says that Cassidy will go to schools and help students who have trouble reading and will sit and listen to them read. Cassidy is the sweetest dog and our students and staff could not get enough of him! Thank you for visiting Good Elementary, Bernie & Cassidy!
    Good Elementary Receives a Visit from Cassidy the Therapy Dog
  • The Student Council at Barbara Bush IB World School have been hard at work collecting food for the North Texas Food Bank. By making daily announcements and having a grade level challenge, the students collected 200 food items to deliver just in time for the holiday break. The fine arts department made extra challenges to their students to bring in food items. An online donation campaign was also set up so that parents and community members could go online and donate in the name of Barbara Bush Middle School. Thanks to all who participated in this drive, and thanks to the Student Council for completing some excellent service to their community!
    Barbara Bush Students Collect Canned Goods for North Texas Food Bank
  • Blanton Elementary Student Council Canned Food Drive
    Blanton Elementary Students Gather Canned Goods
  • CFBISD Receives Elk Grant
    CFBISD Receives Elk Gratitude Grant
  • At Barbara Bush Middle School, these IB students are caring and principled when it comes to giving to others. This group is called “Bronco Lead”, and they took it upon themselves to raise money for an Angel Tree. They collected donations ranging from pennies to $200 from their own family members, teachers and students, during lunch and morning tutorials. Together, they raised $600 to “adopt” eight needy students right here at Bush Middle School. Each student will receive books, clothing and a fun item that was on their wish list. The concern shown by these students is another great example of service in action here at this International Baccalaureate World School. Way to go Broncos!
    Barbara Bush Students Raise Funds for Angel Tree
  • CFBISD kidergarten live logo with red swooping arrow with text saying cfb kindergarten live
    CFBISD Hosting Facebook Live Kindergarten Event on January 25
  • UIL One-Act Play Contest Results
  • Three students from Creekview High were chosen to have their art works featured in the Dallas Museum of Art. Their art has been selected from hundreds of entries from the best art high schools in the metroplex. Please congratulate Shaun Houpy, Violet Smith and Taskeen Zehra. What an honor to have their art in an internationally renowned museum. The work will be on display February 25 - April 16.
    Creekview Students' Art Featured in Dallas Museum of Art
  • Thompson hosted a Burgers and Bricks night to help raise money for the 4th grader's trip to Austin. In and Out burger offered meal deals for $5.00. Thompson was able to make more than $2,000.00 for their trip to Austin this spring. After enjoying a meal with friends and family, Rocket Science for Kids hosted a Lego themed STEM night in the cafeteria. It is safe to say, a good time was had by all that attended!
    Thompson Elementary Hosts Burgers & Bricks Night
  • The Newman Smith Leadership class helped run a food drive collection during the week of 11/28-12/2 with over 1,500 food items donated by staff and students. All items will be delivered to the Metrocrest Social Services to help assist families in need right here in our community!
    Newman Smith Students Run a Canned Food Drive
  • CFB Librarian selected to decorate the White House
    Riverchase Librarian Selected to Decorate the White House
  • Blalack & Polk Middle School Participate in "Middle School Matters"
  • Tom Landry Elementary fourth graders traveled to Waco and Austin on an Education in Action Discover Texas Field Trip.
    Landry Elementary Students Travel to Austin with Education in Action
  • Newman Smith Debate wins McMurry University tournament
    Newman Smith Debate Wins McMurry University Tournament
  • Field Choir Students Caroling
    Field Choir Students Go Caroling
  • Students sitting in classroom taking an exam with the text "6 Awesome Ideas to help your student be successful on exams" in front of them in tyep
  • The Barbara Bush Middle School Orchestra traveled to Waco to visit Baylor University for their annual college trip on November 15, 2016
    Barbara Bush Middle School Students Visit Baylor University
  • CFBISD Elementary Honor Choir Performs Winter Concert at the Shops at Willow Bend
    CFBISD Elementary Honor Choir Performs Winter Concert at the Shops at Willow Bend
  • McCoy Elementary Makes Sandwiches to Feed the Homeless
    McCoy Elementary Makes Sandwiches to Feed the Homeless
  • Vanessa Poland, US Navy
    2004 Creekview Graduate Named Top Sailor *(UPDATED!)
  • Calendar Survey
    Calendar Survey
  • Blalack students came to read to the Country Place students as part of their day of service. All students enjoyed the experience and got to read some great books!
    Blalack Middle School Students Team with Country Place Elementary
  • MakerSpace - CFB's STEM "Middle School Matters" Grant from LBJ Express Teacher Learning Celebration Day! Tuesday, November 8
    Teacher Training Day to Kick-off "Middle School Matters" Grant from LBJ Express
  • Newman Smith Wrestling News
    Newman Smith Wrestling vs. J.J. Pearce
  • Good Elementary Celebrates 60 Awesome Years
    Good Elementary Celebrates 60 Awesome Years
  • Newman Smith hosted a small group of Korean students from Guri City, sister city to Carrollton. They showed the Korean students a glimpse of what it's like to live in Texas by touring their school and classrooms, escorting them on field trips around the Metroplex, and by hosting dinner and parties. This was also featured as an article in Texas Korea Daily.
    Newman Smith Hosts Korean Students from Guri City
  • McWhorter Elementary was featured on KERA News, which recognized their digital approach to enriching students' learning environment.
    McWhorter Elementary Showcase their Tech-Savvy Skills on KERA News
  • Thompson Elementary Hosts 3rd Annual Cougar 2K Run
    Thompson Elementary Hosts 3rd Annual Cougar 2K Run
  • Stark Elementary Student at STEAM Night Hosted by Stark Elementary
    Stark Elementary Collaborates with Bricks 4 Kidz for STEAM Family Night
  • Congratulations to Senior Trojan Golfer Casey Washmon for shooting her personal best score yesterday at The Tribute hosted by Ranchview High School. Casey finished 1 over par-shooting a low score of 73. She was the 2nd place medalist. This will conclude her fall season. She finished in the top 3 in all 3 of her fall tournaments. Congratulations to her!
    Smith Golfer Wins Second Place Medal
  • Congratulations to our Balanced IB Scholars
    Barbara Bush Students Recognized as Balanced IB Scholars
  • Field middle School Celebrates Veteran's Day
    Field Middle School Celebrates Veteran's Day
  • Ranchview Students Receive Individual Golf Medals
  • The Sound of Music at Creekview High School
    Creekview's Musical The Sound of Music
  • Debate team holding their trophies.
    Newman Smith Debate Team Wins Numerous Awards at Sachse High School Tournament
  • Congratulations Turner Drumline!
    Turner Drumline Placed 3rd at the Lone Star Classic Drumline Competition
  • Ranchview High School - 10-4A All-District Volleyball Team
  • SAFE! - Issues Affecting Today's Teens and How You Can Help
  • Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Student Series, Raise Money, Save lives and earn gifts
    Carrollton Elementary Raises over $3000 for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
  • Our Salute to the Troops poster made by stuidents
    Barbara Bush Middle School Celebrates Veteran's Day
  • Rosemeade Elementary Featured as a Blue Ribbon School on NBC 5
  • Congratulations to Newsman Smith's Robotics Team
    Newman Smith High School - Robotics Team Places 3rd at 2016 Best UIL Robotics Hub Competition
  • R. L. Turner High School - Early Signing Day for Two Volleyball Players
  • What: Students may enter (1) one film into each of the four categories: Documentary, Narrative, Traditional Animation, Computer Animation When: Entries are to be submitted via GoogleDrive to Whitney Kelley (kelleyw@cfbisd.edu) or Renee Putter (putterr@cfbisd.edu) between December 9, 2016 and January 5, 2017. All entries will be screened on January 13th at Creekview High School, and winners will be announced. How: Talk to your campus contact for entry and submission guidelines. Who can enter? Open to all CFBISD full-time high school students: Creekview, Newman Smith, RL Turner, Ranchview, Early College High School Will there be prizes? Awards will be given for Best of Show, Best in Category and People's Choice. Talk with your campus coordinator about entering the State Competition from your campus. How much does it cost? $10 per individual entry. Each student may only enter up to 4 film, one per category. How long can the films be? 3-7 minutes total, including intro and credits Where can I get more information? Stay up to date and have access to announcements, guidelines and documentation by joining the Creekview Film Festival Google Classroom, using the code: t74lw0
    Creekview High School - 1st Annual Film Festival
  • Students hosting the 3rd annual taste of Blalack.
    Blalack Middle School Hosts 3rd Annual Taste of Blalack
  • Inclement Weather Information
    Inclement Weather
  • Ranchview High School Educator Named Claes Nobel Educator of Distinction
  • Rosemeade student, David Choi
    Rosemeade Student Plays at Carnegie Hall
  • Early College High School News With ECHS emblem
    TEA Identifies Early College High School as a High-Performing Title I School
  • Riverchase Art Teacher, Kendall Cravens holding her first place cookies for the Dallas Morning news Annual Cookie Contest.
    Riverchase Elementary - Art Teacher Won First Place in the Dallas Morning News Annual Cookie Contest!
  • Veterans Day Assembly
    CFBISD Thanks Our Veterans
  • Smith Golf News
    Smith High School - Trojan Golfer Placed 3rd at Heritage Ranch Varsity Division
  • Field Middle School Volleyball News
    Field Middle School - 7th Grade Lady Vikings are District Champs!
  • Volleyball news regarding ranchview and creekview
    Great News for Creekview & Ranchview Volleyball!
  • Community Volleyball Game - Carrollton Police Officers vs. Ted Polk Middle School Parents
  • Creekview Choir with Mustang logo
    Creekview High School - Choir Students Compete in Region 31 Round of All-State Choir Audition
  • Literacy Night. Fight Evil. Read Books.
    R.L. Turner High School - Literacy Night
  • The Sound of Music at Creekview High Auditorium. November 18 at 7 P M and November 19 at 2 P M and 7 P M. $12 at the door, $10 in advance.
    Creekview High School - The Sound of Music Musical
  • In combination with Valley Ranch HOA, Freeman PTA, Ranchview ROTC, Ranchview Girls Volleyball, we will host a community wide Veterans Day Celebration. Join us November 10th for a Patriotic Celebration filled with American pride! 6:00 pm in the Freeman Cafeteria - every family will receive a flag to take home. We are asking families to donate goods that will be packaged and delivered to men and women serving overseas. The items will be donated starting October 31st- November 10th. Immediately following announcements, we will call for students to bring down items for the care packages.
    Freeman Elementary - Veterans Day, PTA Celebration
  • Ranchview High School Dedication to Fine Arts
    Ranchview High School - Fine Arts Dedication
  • New Principal of Stark Elementary, Jose Ramos
    New Principal of Stark Elementary, Dr. Jose Ramos
  • Smith Golf News
    Smith High School - Two Golfers Place 3rd & 4th at Tournament
  • Creekview High School - Moving Ground Dance Company Invited to Perform at TAHPERD Convention
  • Turner High School - Lion Marching Band Receives Unanimous First Division Ratings
  • Taste of Blalack hosted by Blalack Middle School on November 3 from 6:30 to 8 PM
    Blalack Middle School Hosts Taste of Blalack on November 3
  • Creekview Golfer Ties All-Time School Record
  • Smith Students Earn National Merit Scholars
  • Ranchview High School - Region 31 Vocal Region Results
  • Ranchview Band Earns First Division
  • R.L. Turner Students Place into the Region 31 Orchestra
  • Record Number of R. L. Turner Students Place into TMEA Region 21 All-Region Choirs
  • CFB ISD Logo
    Perry Middle School Orchestra Students Excel at All-Region 2016
  • Battle of Josey Lane with a Newman Smith football helmet and a RL Turner Football helmet
    The Battle of Josey Lane - Newman Smith vs. R.L. Turner Football
  • Ranchview High School - Tennis Team Captures 3rd Consecutive District Championship
  • CFBISD Annual Spelling Bee
  • Keeping Your Child Safe form Harm in the Real and Virtual World
  • IBA Hosting Fundraiser for Smith Student Recovering from ICU
  • Thinker Leaders of BBMS
    6 Students from Barbara Bush Middle School Recognized as Thinker Leaders!
  • Students at Rosemeade Elementary
    Rosemeade Elementary Named Blue Ribbon School
  • Jennifer Roessler
    CHS Swimmer Named to All American Team
  • Illinois artist, Kate Askegaard
    Furneaux Art Students Skype with Illinois Artist
  • Creekview Choir Advances 28 Students in Texas All-State Choir Process
  • Riverchase Literacy Night
  • R.L. Turner FFA Receives Grant
  • R. L. Turner High School - Girls' Golf Teams Wins 1st Place in the Duck Creek Classic
  • Bea's Kids Logo
    Bea's Kids to Hold 5K Run
  • turner drill team, ali brittingham
    R. L. Turner Drill Team Director Featured in News Article
  • Casey Washmon of Smith High School's Golf team
    Senior at Smith Wins 1st Place at Frisco Liberty Tournament!
  • Ms. Mara Leebert becoming a U.S. Citizen
    Barbara Bush Middle School - Ms. Mara Leebert becomes a U.S. Citizen!
  • ASBO Logo
    CFB Awarded Certificate of Excellence for Financial Reporting
  • Kids with their kid friendly backpacks from metrocrest services. Text says "Thank you Metrocrest Services!"
    Weekend Back Packs and Metrocrest Social Services Provides Snacks for Students in Need
  • girl at pumpkin patch riding a red wagon
    5 Awesome Pumpkin Patches in Dallas That Kids Will Love
  • Socktober picture with Las Colinas Elementary mascot
    Las Colinas Elementary - Get Ready for Socktober!
  • Senior Citizen Special Event
  • Community Wide Spirit Night at Vivian Field MS
  • Rosemeade Elementary is Named One of the Best in the Nation
  • R. L. Turner Choir Students Advance to Region
  • Sheffield Parent Wows the School with His 2016 Gold Medal from Rio
  • Davis Elementary Makes the News with their Innovative Mindfulness Techniques
  • Creekview Student Represented CFBISD at Science and Technology Conference
  • Ranchview Teacher Has Poem Selected for McKinney Art Festival
  • R. L. Turner Thanks Farmers Branch Walmart for School Supplies
  • McWhorter Elementary Featured in Teach Like a Champion Blog
  • Ranchview Student Advances in Region 31 Jazz Band Audition
  • McCoy Elementary Student Wins Best Actor Award
  • group of high school students give treats to local police
    Newman Smith Students Honor Police and Fire
  • Two karate students smile for camera
    Ranchview Student Wins Medal at World Karate Federation Youth Cup
  • CFB App
  • CFB ISD Logo
    Perry 2.0 Robotics Team Makes Finals in Botball Competition
  • Official logo of the Student Academy Awards for 2016. Black back ground with the text 2016 Student Academy Awards in white
    Newman Smith Graduated Wins 2016 Student Academy Award
  • a young girl is pretending using a cardboard box as an astronaut helmet which is on her head. Pink text say Why Creativity Matters in the Life of Your Child is on top of a rocket ship that was drawn on the wall where the child sits
    Why Creativity Matters in the Life of Your Child?
  • Newman Smith Teacher Named Fulbright-Hays Scholarship Winner
  • U.S.A. track star Courtney Okolo stands on the track during the Rio Olympics in 2016. She is wearing a blue and light blue track outfit as she holds a yellow batton
    Newman Smith Graduate Wins Olympic Gold in Rio
  • 7th grade student, Pranay Varada holding his trophy for winning the State Geography Bee.
    Perry Middle School Student Wins State Geographic Bee
  • portrait of Lori Dumerer wearing a green shirt
    RLT Teacher Selected to Attend Seminar in Virginia
  • RHS Fine Arts students pose with their art, displaying a clarinet, a sculpture and flat artwork
    Three RHS Artists Headed to State for VASE
  • RLT Athletes Sign With Colleges. They are smiling at camera while posing with their coaches and principal.
    RLT Athletes Sign With Colleges
  • Creekview Wrestlers Place at Tournament
  • NSHS Swimmer Qualifies for State
  • RHS Swimmers and Divers Place at Regional Meet
  • Student Alex Fresnillo smiles with RLT Principal Brooke Puricelli while holding a small bouquet of flowers.
    RLT Singer in Top 1 Percent of Choir Students in Texas


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    Senior Citizens
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    CFBISD Ambassadors
  • business partners, academy building, metrocrest services truck
    CFBISD Partners in Education