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  • Trustees approve 2018-2019 Instructional Calendar


    On Monday, November 13, GCISD Trustees approved the Student and Staff Instructional Calendars for the 2018-2019 school year. To learn more about how the district develops the instructional calendars, please watch the video below:




    A few highlights from the 2018-2019 student instructional calendar:


    • Students will begin classes on Monday, August 20.
    • Students will have a four-day weekend in October for Columbus Day weekend; staff will have a three-day weekend.
    • Students and staff will have a four-day weekend in April (dependent on the need to makeup one or both inclement weather days).
    • Students are finished on May 30 with graduation following that afternoon and evening.


    To view the 2018-2019 student instructional calendar, click here.


    To view the 2018-2019 staff instructional calendar, click here.


    To view the 2018-2019 iUniversity Prep instructional calendar, click here


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  • Grapevine High School and Colleyville Elementary School recognized with state counseling awards

    Lone Star State School Counseling Award


    The Lone Star State School Counselor Association State Award recognizes school counseling programs that support the American School Counseling Association, or ASCA. The objective of this award is to encourage excellence and promote the five components of the ASCA: Foundation, Program Management, Delivery, and Accountability. Two GCISD schools were recognized for their excellence in counseling. Colleyville Elementary School received the Bronze Award and Grapevine High School received the Silver award, the highest honor given through the Lone Star State School Counselor Association State Award. Congratulations Colleyville Elementary School and Grapevine High School!

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  • School Messenger Update


    Grapevine-Colleyville ISD is making some changes to the School Messenger automated calling system. Currently, when GCISD sends a phone message, it uses the main district line. Moving forward, calls will come from the following number: 866-264-0350. By using this toll-free number, call recipients will be able to place a call back to this number to hear any missed calls, which is an added benefit to all families. Please save this number to your contacts as a reminder that these calls are coming from GCISD.

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  • HeroCon at Grapevine Middle School

    By Kate Love, GHS Senior and Zoe Gelher, GHS Junior


    As part of the student voice initiative, GCISD will periodically feature news articles written by high school journalism students.

    Hero Con 2017


    Because Principal Laura Koehler wanted to build the community between Grapevine Middle School’s STEM program and the remainder of the campus, the school commenced its first annual ‘Hero Con’ where students make posters using elements from each of their classes and apply them to everyday heroes.

    “We basically kind of took the premise of Comic Con and we came up with Hero Con,” Koehler said. “A lot of the kids have been dressing up and are very excited about it, but our STEM students are the ones that put in the work for the different projects that you’re going to see.”

    Most posters are divided into four parts with specific research done in the students’ core classes including Math, Social Studies, Science and ELA (English Language Arts).

    “We planned it all out by choosing what careers we were going to use then we had to build up with research and stuff like that,” sixth grader Ellen Kisselburg said. “In science, it was a space career, ELA was a short story, Math an infographic about a career related to math, and in Social Studies it was an Ancient Egyptian Career.”

    Students had the opportunity to choose an important American figure, such as someone impactful within their community, who interested them to conduct research on that which is displayed on their posters.  To read the entire story on HeroCon, click here.

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  • Happy Thanksgiving

    Posted by Communication Services on 11/17/2017
    The B.E.S.T. Report
    Building Excellent Schools Together
    Expect ~ Relate ~ Innovate
    It's hard to believe...but we made it to Thanksgiving Break. We have a lot to be thankful for in GCISD, but I want you to know how thankful I am for each and every one of you. And I'm not the only one who appreciates you. Please watch this special holiday message from our Trustees. It doesn't include a jeans pass, but it does include something that I think you will want to hear. 
    I hope you have the BEST Thanksgiving with family and friends.

    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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  • Tax Rate Legal Posting

    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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