Castleberry ISD Police Chief Welcomes New Officer
  LtoR: Angela Branch, Admin Asst to Superintendent, Ofcr Tony Provencio, Chief Jesse RodriguezOn March 16, 2015 Officer Tony Provencio was sworn in at the Castleberry ISD Board of Education meeting. Chief Jesse Rodriguez welcomes him to the district to begin training as part of the Safety and Security team. Tony Provencio  is a certified Texas Peace Officer, Jailer, Instructor, and Crime Prevention Specialist, commissioned by the Texas Commison on Law Enforcement, and currently possesses an Advanced Peace Officers license.  CISD is fortunate to have Officer Provencio on board as he is a highly experienced law enforcement officer.

Officer Provencio recently relocated to the Fort Worth area from El Paso, Texas. He spent over 21 years there as a Deputy Sheriff with the El Paso Sheriff County Sheriff’s Office. He is bringing all of that experience, plus his training and credentials, to Castleberry ISD to support Chief Rodriguez and the Safety and Security team in keeping the students and staff of our district safe.

Being closer to extended family was one of the driving forces, he says, that drove him to want to move to this area to accept a position. Officer Provencio explained further, “My wife started to look around when I was making a change and said there’s really nothing for us to do here (in El Paso). And I thought this area, besides being closer to family, had more job opportunities for both me and my wife, Karla.” He further stated that he immediately "fell in love" with the area.  Having worked with many different school districts in the past with his previous employer, Officer Provencio thinks CISD is far superior.

Tony and Karla Provencio are the proud parents of two sons, Hector, 12 years old, and Isaac, 10. All three are looking forward to joining Officer Provencio soon here in the Fort Worth/River Oaks area as soon as possible, where both Hector and Isaac hope to join their dad at Castleberry ISD, as students.

Please join us in extending a warm and hearty welcome to Officer Tony Provencio.
  CHS Team is Castleberry Crushing Cancer  

Lauren McCrary, Castleberry High School Library Aide, is leading CHS in the effort with the Fort Worth Relay for Life to raise funds for cancer prevention. They are already 3rd overall with nearly $2,000 raised. The Relay for Life is scheduled for:

     April 11, 2015
     2 p.m. – 10 p.m
     TCU Lowdon Track and Field and Field
     3750 West Berry Street
     Fort Worth

Relay STRONG 'til cancer's gone!

For more information about the event,
click here for the Relay for life web site, or contact Lauren McCrary at 817-252-2150 or email

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