Beckville ISD Summer Hours

8am-4pm Monday - Thursday

8am-12pm Friday

Administration Phone 903-678-3311

High School Phone 903-678-3591

Junior High Phone 903-678-3851

Sunset Elementary Phone 903-678-3604

2018 3A State Champion Baseball Team

UIL 3A All tournament team

P-Trey Lindsey, Sr., Beckville

C-Ben Bridges, Sr., Beckvile

OF-Ethan Harris, Sr., Beckville

OF-Michael Mize, Sr., Beckville

MVP-Brandt Harris, Sr., Beckville

Job Openings

Beckville ISD is accepting applications for the following positions.

Bus Drivers

Cafeteria Manager (posted 3/21/2018)

Cafeteria Worker (posted 3/21/2018)

Elementary Special Ed Aide (posted 5/31/2018)

Secondary Social Studies/History Teacher (posted 6/13/2018)

HS Physics and Chemistry Teacher (posted 6/13/2018)

HS English Teacher (posted 6/14/2018)

HS Health Science Teacher (posted 06/14/2018)

Registration and Enrollment

Grades PreK-5 School Supply List

Registration (more information for the 2018-2019 coming soon)

New Student Information - all students PK-12

2018 Fall Sports Schedules

Beckville ISD Schedule of Events

The Texas Education Agency has asked all Texas school districts to help raise awareness of mosquito-borne illnesses such as Zika, West Nile and dengue.

Zika Virus Protection and Prevention

Measures for Individuals to Protect Themselves from Mosquito Bites

  • wear insect repellent,
  • cover up with long-sleeved shirts and long pants,
  • keep mosquitoes out with air conditioning or intact window screens,
  • limit outdoor activities during peak mosquito times.

Measures for Individuals to Prevent Mosquito Breeding

  • At least weekly, carefully check the area around your home, school or workplace for mosquito breeding areas:
    • clear and empty gutters;
    • empty or get rid of cans, buckets, old tires, pots, plant saucers and other containers that hold water;
    • remove standing water around structures and from flat roofs;
    • change water in pet dishes daily;
    • rinse and scrub vases and other indoor water containers weekly;
    • change water in wading pools and bird baths several times a week;
    • maintain backyard pools or hot tubs;
    • cover trash containers;
    • water lawns and gardens carefully so water does not stand for several days;
    • screen rain barrels and openings to water tanks or cisterns; and
    • treat front and back door areas of homes with residual insecticides if mosquitoes are abundant nearby.
  • If mosquito problems persist, consider pesticide applications for vegetation around the home.

Measures to Protect Communities from Zika Virus

  • conduct neighborhood outreach about active precautions individuals can take to protect themselves and their families from mosquito bites;
  • initiate or enhance monitoring and surveillance of mosquito activity;
  • develop a local contingency plan for mosquito abatement and surveillance, and plan for additional control measures if needed;
  • keep public drains and ditches clear of weeds and trash so water will not collect;
  • implement efforts to clean up illegal dump sites and collect heavy trash; and
  • encourage people to report illegal dumpsites and standing water, and respond quickly to these complaints.