• LEAD Safely

    Released 7/27/20
    Revised 6/07/21


  • Dr. Mark Henry

    LEAD Safely is our commitment to continuing to provide a safe learning environment for all of our students and staff.   LEAD Safely 2020-2021 was developed by the Reopening CFISD Committee, comprised of administrators, principals, teachers, parents, and students and based on guidance from the Texas Education Agency. This plan was originally released on July 27, 2020 and has been revised as we have received additional guidance from the county and state during an ever-changing situation.

    Mark Henry, Ed.D.
    Superintendent of Schools

Learning Options

  • Cypress-Fairbanks ISD will continue to offer On-Campus learning and CFISD Connect, a remote learning option, during the summer of 2021.  Both options will follow the same calendar, grading procedures, and attendance policies, as well as the same curriculum. See the Summer School page for more information.

Health & Safety Protocols

  • CFISD health and safety protocols are subject to change as updated guidance is provided by the Texas Education Agency (TEA), governing authorities, and county and state officials. 




Other Resources

  • Communication

    CFISD uses SchoolMessenger for student and staff emergency notifications. If you are not currently receiving emails or text messages (text Y to 67587) from CFISD, please contact your campus registrar to confirm your contact information.


    Employee Leave

    Effective July 1, 2021, staff who are unable to work for reasons related to COVID-19 may access their available sick, personal or vacation leave as applicable by district policy.


    Social and Emotional Well-Being

    • Trauma Informed Care and Strategies: New campus staff will learn how to create systems of support on campuses and in classrooms. Staff will participate in developing an action plan and incorporating learned concrete strategies to support the social-emotional needs of our students in the learning environment.

    • Resources will be shared with the community regarding social and emotional learning.

    • Campuses are staffed with highly-trained and qualified counselors who are available to students on a daily basis.

    • Staff are eligible for two free counseling sessions through the CFISD Wellness Counseling Program. All Wellness Counseling Program Counselors are Licensed Professional Counselors or Licensed Professional Counselor Associates (formerly called LPC-Interns).

    • Additional staff resources include:
      • Mental Health Minute, available twice a month on the CFISD intranet