Welcome to TRUCE Learning Center!
"Teaching Success, One Student at a Time"
The Real Understanding of Completing an Education
The purpose of TRUCE Learning Center is to povide an educational environment for students who violate certain standards of conduct. TRUCE provides a combination of academics and behavioral intervention strategies to meet the needs of at-risk students.
Castleberry ISD School Board Recognition Month
January is School Board Recognition Month Castleberry ISD is joining other districts across the state to thank these local leaders for “Leading By Example” and proving their dedication and willingness to serve as advocates for our children and public schools.
“Our district benefits from the tireless work and countless hours contributed by these local citizens who work without pay. Serving as a crucial link between the community and classroom, this board is responsible for an annual budget of $ 37.5 million, 4,044 students, 519 employees, and six campuses. Please help us thank these dedicated volunteers for their efforts to make a difference and their unfailing commitment to the continued success of our students now and in the future,” said Gary S. Jones, Castleberry Independent School District superintendent.
CISD Board Members:
Back Row: Mary Lou Martinez,
Superintendent Gary S. Jones,
W.E. “Bill” Seybold, Doug Lee, and Cathy Gatica
Front Row: Kenneth Romo, Secretary;
David Holder, President; and
Tracy Gallman, Vice President
On Thursday, January 15, Mr. Bill Seybold visited the staff of the Alternative Learning Center (ALC) - REACH High School and TRUCE Learning Center - as well as a few students who arrived early. The employees honored Mr. Seybold with an early-morning breakfast and a gift basket full of goodies for him and his family.
Mr. Seybold talked to the group and shared an analogy about a book he had read called Gettysburg: An Alternate History. The book tells what might have happened at the famous battle if J.E.B. Stuart and his Confederate Calvary had not taken the wrong route but had made it to the fight and defeated the Yankees. He talked to the students about how important it is to take the right "route" through life, but even if you make a wrong turn, you can always get back on track and successfully make it to your destination.
The REACH and TRUCE staff sincerely appreciate the time and effort that the Castleberry Board of Education puts forth for the betterment of our schools.
Thank you for all you do!
Transportation for TRUCE Students
Transportation is provided for TRUCE Learning Center students each day they attend TRUCE. Students must ride the bus to and from school each day. The bus will run from approximately 7:30 AM to 8:30 AM in the morning. In the afternoon, the bus will run from approximately 3:30 PM to 4:30 PM. Times will vary depending on the number and location of pick-ups and drop-offs.
Meals for TRUCE Students
Breakfast and lunch will be offered to TRUCE students. Any monies exceeding meal money is not allowed and will be taken up to be collected by only the parent.
CISD Dress Code