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  • GCISD dance teams excel in national competition


    Dance teams from both Grapevine High School and Colleyville Heritage High School competed in the MA National Dance competition, bringing home several team and individual awards.



    Team Awards:

    • ma national dance competition National Champion Winners Circle (9th Place Overall) (GHS)
    • National Champion XL Military (GHS)
    • National Champion XL Pom (GHS)
    • National Champion XL Novelty (GHS)
    • National 2nd Place XL Lyrical (GHS)
    • High Point Award - Lyrical and Jazz (CHHS)
    • 1st Runner Up - Contemporary (CHHS)
    • 2nd Runner Up - PomWinner's Circle (CHHS)


    Officer Awards:

    • National 2nd Place XL Lyrical (GHS)
    • National 2nd Place XL Prop (GHS)
    • National 3rd Place XL Jazz (GHS)
    • High Point Award - Lyrical and Jazz (CHHS)
    • 1st Runner Up - Contemporary (CHHS)
    • Winner's Circle (CHHS)


    Solo Awards:

    • Jenna Hutson - Championship Winner, Senior (15-16) (CHHS)


    Duet/Trio Awards:

    • Virginia Horn, Jessica McCardel - Winner Senior Duet (CHHS)
    • Sarah Carvajal, Sarah Willis - 4th Runner Up Senior Duet (CHHS)
    • Amy Kim, Megan Petras, Sara Stiles - 2nd Runner Up Senior Trio (CHHS)


    Congratulations to the Panteras and Fillies on a successful competition!

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  • GCISD recognized for excellence in financial reporting


    Grapevine-Colleyville ISD has been awarded a Certificate of Excellence in Financial Reporting by the Association of School Business Officials (ASBO) International. GCISD received this honor for having met or exceeded the program’s high standards for financial reporting and accountability for the fiscal year ending 2016. Earning this award showcases the district’s continued commitment to fiscal integrity.


    Furthermore, GCISD was also awarded the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting by the Government Finance Officers Association. This is the highest form of recognition in the area of governmental accounting and financial reporting.


    “The district strives to provide our community with financial accountability and transparency,” said Chief Financial Officer DaiAnn Mooney.  “We achieve this by meeting high standards of financial reporting as demonstrated through this award.”


    According to the ASBO website, GCISD is one of 141 school districts in the United States to participate in the Certificate of Excellence program for twenty-five years or more.

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  • GCISD Automotive students earn top marks at state competition


    GHS Automotive Students Students from the Advanced Automotive program at Grapevine High School took part in the Skills USA Test. The student entries for the automobile refinishing job skills contest included car fenders they had painted.


    Dylan Schwab, a junior, placed first, bringing home a blue ribbon award. Jon Tanner and Greg Dover, both seniors, each placed second, bringing home red ribbon awards.

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  • 2016 Honor Roll

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    Seven GCISD campuses have been named to the 2016 Texas Honor Roll presented by Educational Results Partnership and the Institute for Productivity in Education: Glenhope Elementary, Heritage Elementary, O.C. Taylor Elementary, Colleyville Middle School, Cross Timbers Middle School, Heritage Middle School and iUniversity Prep.


    “We are so proud to have seven campuses recognized by education and business leaders in Texas as Honor Roll campuses,” said GCISD Superintendent Dr. Robin Ryan. “In GCISD our mission is to be the BEST, which we define as Building Excellent Schools Together. This includes tireless dedication from our staff, involvement from our parents, community and of course local businesses. Through working together, we are able to provide a world-class education for the students in Grapevine-Colleyville ISD.”


    The Honor Roll is part of a national effort to identify higher-performing schools and highlight successful practices that improve outcomes for students. School districts receiving this distinction have demonstrated consistent high levels of student academic achievement, improvement in achievement levels over time and reduction in achievement gaps among student populations. For school districts with high schools, the Honor Roll recognition also includes measures of college readiness. This year, 727 schools were recognized in the State of Texas.


    To read more, click here.


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  • A Close-knit Family

    Posted by Communication Services at 3/31/2017

    The season after spring break seems to be moving at warp speed this year. I suppose it feels this way every year, and when you combine springtime storms with student testing, well...it is just icing on the cake.


    For me, when things seem to be moving too fast, it is easy to get caught up in the stress of it all. When I feel this happening, I try to take a deep breath and spend some time thinking and reflecting. Lately, I have been thinking about all we have accomplished in GCISD in the short few years since LEAD 2021 was developed. Just as important, I also have been thinking about the incredibly positive culture we enjoy in GCISD, even in the face of limited resources


    This week, I received a note from a colleague who is retiring after serving students and families for 39 years in public education. (What an incredible legacy!) The note said, “Having completed my years in GCISD, I have been a part of the most robust, innovative organization in my career. We have a team that acts different, acts like a close-knit family and embodies the principles of servant leadership. I believe GCISD is truly redefining education and I am proud to be a part of it!”


    Wow! I was so honored by these words because they speak to the work of everyone in our organization, from the first year teacher to the folks with 40 years experience. So, in this crazy season, if you see a colleague who seems to be a bit stressed, I hope you will continue to be a close-knit family by doing something for them that might help them feel a bit better. It takes all of us taking care of each other to truly Build Excellent Schools Together!



    Dr. Robin Ryan
    Dr. Robin Ryan
    GCISD Superintendent of Schools
    The B.E.S.T. Report is a weekly communication from our superintendent about our schools and community.
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    Grapevine-Colleyville Independent School District adopted a tax rate that will raise more taxes for maintenance and operations than last year's tax rate. Visit our Tax Rate Information page.


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    The 5th and 8th grade STAAR reading and mathematics results from the March 2017 administration have been released. Districts are not receiving confidential student reports (CSRs) until late summer due to the redesign of the reports by TEA. As a result, we have made student results available to parents through Skyward Family Access. Learn more...

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