BISD is asking all families to complete the 2021–22 Free and Reduced Meal application. One of the key components of the application is it is used to identify families eligible for funds through the P-EBT program. If you received P-EBT funds in 2020–21 and do not complete the 2021–22 form, you will not be eligible for P-EBT funds or other benefits in 2021–22.
BISD has created a dashboard (“the Dashboard”) to provide BISD families and staff with information about new active COVID-19 cases in the District. An “active case” is defined as an individual who has been in a BISD school and test-confirmed to have COVID-19. Dashboard is now available.
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Birdville ISD and our higher education partner - Tarrant County College–Northeast Campus - are preparing for next year's junior class to move to the TCC NE campus next school year! We will have two classrooms and an office on campus to provide our students with space for AVID classes, an area for lunch, and a home base for their college experience. We all look forward to our move next year and the next step in our students' education.
By implementing rigorous instruction, innovative instructional strategies, and the intensive cognitive support necessary for creating a college-going culture, the Collegiate Academy of Birdville (CAB) will help students build the skills and knowledge necessary for college success. CAB will provide academic, social, and emotional support services to ensure student success. AVID instructional strategies and mentorship will continue to be an instrumental component of the Collegiate Academy of Birdville.