Automated calls will be placed to student home phone numbers beginning at 6:00 a.m. using the district's Emergency Notification System (ENS) if conditions warrant the closing of schools. Local television and radio stations will also be notified by 6:00 a.m. Information is also posted on Comcast Cable Channel 16 (CFTV) and the district website www.cfisd.net. Due to the size of our school populations, parents are encouraged to monitor the district website, television or radio stations, Facebook or Twitter.
In support of the district's initiative for safe schools, Cypress-Fairbanks ISD has implemented the Crime Stoppers program. This program allows students to remain anonymous while reporting potentially unsafe situations to Crime Stoppers. All secondary students have been made aware of this program. Learn more.
Cy-Fair Tipline is an anonymous reporting system that allows students and parents to communicate school concerns or threats to their campus administration through the internet or via text messaging.
Cypress-Fairbanks ISD takes a very proactive stance with regard to preventing and educating students, teachers and administrators on the topic of bullying. Cypress-Fairbanks ISD has established a repertoire of preventive and proactive resources regarding bullying in schools. These resources are available and accessible to teachers, administrators and students, when needed.