Corpus Christi ISD students cannot bring Valentine’s Day gifts


On-campus deliveries of flowers, balloons and food are not permitted, CCISD says. Some schools also initially asked students not to trade candy or cards.

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — Corpus Christi ISD says students will still be allowed to trade candy and cards in elementary and middle schools this Valentine’s Day despite a college’s social media posts saying it wasn’t. authorized.

However, no CCISD campuses will open for any deliveries. This means high school sweethearts will have to make other arrangements to send things like flowers, balloons, or chocolates.

Initially, Grant Middle School also said no to candy. But CCISD then asked the school to update its message and clarify this position to be in line with CCISD policy.

CCISD tells 3News that cards and candy are still allowed in elementary and middle schools. He checks his policy in high schools.

Deliveries are not permitted on any CCISD campus. Carroll High School explained that the decision in a Facebook the school district confirmed is correct.

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Students can still buy Candygrams at their school to send to friends, if the school offers them.

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