Dean Middle School

Principal - Mr. Hoang Pham

CFISD Connect Student Information

Bell Schedule

Attendance is Required

Daily attendance is taken during scheduled time(s) and connected to daily student progress as a part of the CFISD Connect plan. A student will be counted absent if the student does not have documented engagement.

Truancy laws will apply to students who fail to attend school (either on-campus or remote).

The minimum attendance for class credit rule of TEC, §25.092, will be in effect for the 2020–2021 school year. Students are required to attend at least 90% of their classes (with some exceptions) to receive credit and be promoted.

UIL Requirements

All programs will be conducted in alignment with UIL guidelines and district protocols.

CFISD Connect students can participate with all UIL activities.


Curbside meals available for pick up one day per week, price dependent on student’s eligibility (additional details will be provided).

Zoom Ettiquete

  • Mute yourself
  • Make sure your video is turned on
  • No inappropriate material visible on screen
  • Student code of conduct and dress code apply to all zoom meetings.

Please see code of conduct and dress code below.

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On Campus Student Information

Lockers, Backpacks, and School Supplies

This year at Dean Middle School there will be no lockers available. As for clear backpacks, your student can purchase one for $10 by clicking the School Cash Sit link below.

School Cash Site

There will be no need for your students to buy or bring school supplies. All supplies will be distributed, as needed, in your student's classrooms.


  • Visitors should make an appointment to meet with campus staff. If at all possible, the meeting will be held virtually. If a virtual meeting is not possible, only the person who makes the appointment may attend the in-person meeting to limit the number of visitors to the school at one time.

  • All visitors (non-students or non-staff) must wear a face mask and answer health screening questions before being allowed on a campus. See “Health Screening for Visitors Protocol" and “Use of Face Masks Protocol”.

  • If a visitor answers a question unsatisfactorily, they will not be allowed on campus until specific criteria are met. See “Health Screening for Visitors Protocol”.

  • Lunch visitors will not be allowed during the first semester of the 2020-2021 school year and will be reevaluated prior to the second semester.


  • Social distancing will be maintained between students and employees as much as feasible.

  • Menu items will be limited, including condiments, and there will not be a la carte food options.

  • For breakfast, students will be offered grab and go service.

  • For lunch, students will pick up meals in the cafeteria serving lines, and access to lines will be controlled to limit the number of students in line at any time.

  • To reduce the number of surfaces the students will be touching, there will not be self-service menu options.

  • Serving lines will be sanitized frequently.


  • Students must wear a face mask on buses. A disposable mask will be provided in the morning if a student does not have one. See “Use of Face Masks Protocol”.

  • Students must sanitize their hands upon entering the bus.

  • When feasible and weather permitting, windows and roof vents will be opened to allow for additional airflow and ventilation throughout buses.

  • Drivers will spray disinfecting solution and wipe down seats, handrails and high-touch areas after each run or as frequently as possible.

  • Buses and vehicles will be fogged with disinfecting solution following afternoon routes.

Self Check

Are you experiencing any of the following in a way that is not normal to you?

Feeling feverish or a measured temperature greater than or equal to 100.0o F


Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing


Shaking or exaggerated shivering

Significant muscle pain or ache


Sore throat

Loss of taste or smell


Click link below:

Health Screening for Student Protocol

Student Dress Code

Shorts and skirts must be mid-thigh, no midriffs, spaghetti straps, or sleeveless shirts.

If you are wearing tights/Yoga pants, they should be covered up to mid-thigh.

• No hats, hoodies, or any covering on your head. No bandanas.

• Clothing should not reveal undergarments.

• Clothing should not promote or advertise items that are prohibited at school—alcohol, drugs, weapons, or inappropriate language.

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