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2019-2020 Dress Code Guidelines

Attention Parents and Students:
2019-2020 Dress Code Guide may be downloaded by visiting www.zcisd.org under "Students and Parents".

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ):

What is considered as "Uniform" shirt?
A uniform shirt is a basic polo style collared shirt solid in color. Allowable colors are Maroon, Gold, and Black.

Are spirit shirts allowed everyday?
No. Hawk spirit shirts are allowed only on Fridays and may only be Maroon, Gold or Black.

Can students wear a college shirt on Wednesdays?
Yes. Wednesday are designated as "College Day".

Are hoodies allowed?
Yes. Coats, hoodies, and jackets are allowed however, they must be solid maroon, gold, black or grey. Logos or trademarks must not be larger than 4 inches.

Parents and students are encouraged to visit their respective campus to speak to an administrator for further clarification. The District will also be hosting its 6th annual back to school kick off, where among many other topics, the Dress code will be covered.
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Important Notice

Attention 7th-12th graders: Physicals for boys and girls will be given on May 23rd at 8:30 am at ZHS Gym. All students from incoming 7th graders to seniors who wish to participate in sports must have a physical.

ZMS students can be dropped off at ZHS that morning and will be transported back to ZMS by bus when they are done.

Physicals are $25.00, and forms can be picked up with Coach Soto at ZMS GYM.
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ZSE Student Council EOY Field Trip

Z.S.E. Student Council had an amazing time during their end of year field trip. ZSE Students visited the Natural Bridge Wild Life Ranch where students had an opportunity to observe exotic animals. Students ended their day painting a canvas of one of the animals from the ranch at Painting with a Twist.
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Coffee and Cookies with the Counselor

Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Health Agent, Sammy Luera, and Villarreal Elementary Counselor, Mrs. Noemi Ramirez, had a "Coffee & Cookies with the Counselor" parent meeting to present and discuss important information to parents. The topic was on the dangers that high blood pressure can have on our health and how to manage it. V.E.S. administrators, counselor, teachers and staff would like to thank the following guests for making this meeting a huge success: Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Health Agency, SCAN Representatives, and Zapata Family Medical Clinic representatives. Special thanks to all the parents that attended this important meeting.
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