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    Extremely proud

    Thank you parents for your continued support. Read More..

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    “BRAND NEW” year at

    We are all excited for the great things to come! Read More..

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    Back to School Open House

    Monday, September 5, 2016 Read More..

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    2016-2017 Registration

    for Returning & New Scholars will begin Wednesday, 08/03/06! Read More..

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    Friday, 08-19-16 @ 2pm-4pm We can’t wait to see you!

    Come meet your child’s teacher for the 2016-2017 school year. Read More..

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    Updated Mode of Dress

    for the 2016-2017 School Year.   Read More..

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    2016-2017 School Supply Lists

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Mighty Pups Chess Team Headed to Nationals!!!

Let's get ready for nationals!!!

2015-2016 School Report Card

for Dr. C. M. Cash Elementary.

Dr. Cash Elem. TAPR

The Texas Academic Performance Reports (TAPR) pull together a wide range of information on the performance of students Read More...

Cash News Network

Congratulations to Lindsey Montemayor!!!

She received 2nd place at the district spelling bee.

Tuesday, January 19, Morning Announcements

Today we began incorporating our daily Jammin Minute into the morning announcements!

Cash News Network Veterans Day Tribute

An interview with Mrs. Ada Villarreal, 5th grade teacher at Dr. Cash Elementary.

Dr. C. M. Cash Elementary is excited to launch

The nationally acclaimed Watch D.O.G.S. (Dads Of Great Scholars)

Contact Information

phone 956-361-6700
956-361-6708 - fax

msg Dilia Cornett

san Dr. C. M. Cash Elementary
400 Poinciana
San Benito, TX 78586

Hours of Operation:
7:30 AM - 4:30 PM

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About Dr. C. M. Cash Elementary

Clarence McClellan Cash was born April 19,1864 in Tennessee. Orphaned at seven, he was brought to Texas in 1876 and lived with relatives until he was 16. He attended Southern Illinois Normal University near Carbondale, worked on farms and ranches in Texas, and at age 20 married Miss Theodosia Stone of Blue Ridge, Texas. He was teaching school at Kosse in Central Texas when he was advised to move to West Texas because of an ailment then thought to be tubercular. In 1890 the family traveled in a wagon to Knickerbocker, near Abilene. He made the journey on a pallet in the wagon. His young wife, who had a three-week-old baby, did the driving and made camp at night.