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Welcome to Grapevine Middle School
 
GMS Administrators
from left: Linda Young, Principal, James Stueart Assistant Principal, and
Brandon Johnson, Assistant Principal
 

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2013 Texas Academic Performance Report
for Grapevine Middle School

 
 
 
   

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  • ceiling tile winners
     
     GMS Ceiling Tile Winners 
     
     
     
    ​From left to right:
    Eunsoo Suh
    Trey Trevino
    Kaleigh Ash
    Allyson Jackson
    Ashlyn Cheek
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  • GMS 6th Grade Music Memory
    Music Memory Team
     
    Pictured are left to right first row: Luke Smith and Ethan Halman second row John Spofford, Julian Ligon, Rob Spofford
     
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  • Will you ACCEPT the challenge and RUN?
     

    Saturday May 3, 2014 Mustang Panther Stadium 

    8:00 Am Race
    9:00 Am Rally 
     
     

    Rachel's Challenge
     

    * Join us for the first Rachel’s Challenge 5K fun run. We will start with a 5K fun run and after the fun run we will stay for the Rachel’s challenge rally at Mustang – Panther Stadium.

    * Runner packets will be delivered to your campus of choice on Friday, May 2. If you are unable to pick up your packet, we will have them at 7:30 the morning of the race. 

     *Runners who register before April 23 will be guaranteed a t-shirt.

     
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    Price:

    $15 for Adults

    $10 for Students

     
     
     
     
    CHALLENGE ACCEPTED AND WANT TO RUN? 
    Click the link below
     
     

    For more information, click on the attachment 5K information:

    Rachel's Fun Run 5K Flyer

     

    Door Prizes include:

    Student Parking space at GHS
    Student parking space at CHHS
    Locker choice in middle school
    Bob Moore gift basket (Batting cages, golf)
    CTMS Athletic Club sponsored spirit basket
     
     

    Questions? See a counselor at any of the GCISD schools. Email Kathryn.Burkhart@gcisd.net or Emberly.Spillman@gcisd.net

     

    Don't want to run, but want to donate to the GCISD Rachel's Challenge Rally? Click here and write "For Rachel's Challenge Rally" in the notes.    

     

    We are in need of adult volunteers to help the day of the Rally. If you would like to volunteer, please click here: volunteer to sign up. Thank you.

     
     
     
    Rachel's Challenge Rally
     
     
     
    * 7:30am Registration for 5K
    * 8:00am 5K
    * 9:00am Rachel’s Challenge Rally opening ceremonies
     
    Rally will include:
    A celebration of acts of kindness throughout
    the district during the 2013-14 school year.
    We will have student performances, recognition for outstanding students,
    and a commitment from the Grapevine Colleyville community to accept the challenge!
     
     
     
     
    Important Links: 
     
    Rachel's Challenge Link http://www.rachelschallenge.org
     
     
     
    Sponsors
     
    GCISD Education Foundation
    Frost Bank
    Valley View/T-Shirt Guys
    Justin Leonard 5K run supplies
    Genna Family
    Bob Moore Sports Center
    CTMS Athletic Booster Club
    Zoom Insurance
    Slim For Life
    OC Taylor Triple T
    Benedict Family
     
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  •  GMS Rachel's Challenge Rally and 5K Donation
     
    Please remember when you pay for your registration or donation through PayPal for Rachel's Challenge Rally and 5K, that you must indicate in the notes that it is for Rachel's Challenge. If you have submitted paymentand forgotten to do this, you can contact Angel King at (817) 251-5481 or angel.king@gcisd.net and let her know. She will help you with this. We appreciate your support of GCISD's Rachel's Challenge Rally.
     

     
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  • For Immediate Release

     

    April 10, 2014

     

    Grapevine Middle Teacher Receives National Recognition

     

    Susan Gorman,  an8th grade American History teacherfrom  GrapevineMiddle  School, has been selected as an NEH Summer Scholar from anational applicant poolto attend one of seventeen NEH Landmarks of AmericanHistory and Culture Workshops.  TheNational Endowment for the Humanities is a federal agency that each year supports summer studyopportunities so that teachers can work with experts in humanities disciplines.

     

     Ms. Gorman will participate in a workshop entitled America’sIndustrial Revolution.”The one-week program will be held atThe Henry Ford in Dearborn,Michigan.                                                                                        .

     

    The teachers selected to participatein the program each receive a $1,200 stipend to help cover their travel, study, and living expenses.

     

    Topics for the seventeen NEH Landmarks of American Historyand Culture Workshops offered for teachers this summer include AbrahamLincoln, the American Revolution on the northern frontier, the Americanskyscraper, America’s industrial revolution at The Henry Ford, Asian PacificAmericans in the Northwest, America’s “Atomic West,” the California gold rush,the Cold War home front in southern California, Duke Ellington, EmilyDickinson, Gettysburg in history and memory, Mesa Verde National Park andPueblo culture, the Missouri-Kansas border wars, the history and culture of theMississippi delta, the San Francisco Bay Area home front in World War II,slavery in the colonial Chesapeake, and women’s rights, religion, and abolitionon the Rochester Reform Trail.  The approximately 1,360 teacherswho participate in these studies will teach more than 170,000 American students the following year.

     
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  • NJHS Applications were available beginning April 1st.  Applications are available on the NJHS page of the GMS website and also in the front office.

    Applicaiton deadline is Thursday, April ​24th.  No LATE applications will be accepted.

    NJHS Induction will be Thursday, May 8th at 7pm.

     
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  • GMS English, Language Arts and Reading Elective Choices for 2014-2015 school year
     
     
     
    Click on the link above for more information and videos about the new Middle School English, Language Arts and Reading electives for school year 2014-2015.

     
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  • Rachel's Challenge Rally
    DATE: 5/3/2014 (Sat 5:00AM - 11:00AM)

    LOCATION: Mustang-Panther Stadium
     

    Thank you for volunteering your time to help with the GCISD Rachel's Challenge Rally.  This event would not be possible without your help!  The actual event times are 8:00am-10:00am.  However, we need help with set up and clean up. The times on the sign up form reflect this.  There will be a volunteer check in table at the Rally.  Thank you again for volunteering your time!
     
    Please click on this link to sign up and volunteer.
     

     
     
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  • Parent Invitation
    GCISD 8th Grade Parents


    You are Invited to Get to Know
    the
    GCISD Advance Academics Booster Clubs (AABC)
    Upcoming Incoming Freshman Parent Events


    Monday - April 14th - 7pm @ Colleyville Center
    The CHHS
    AABC and GC-SAGE
    present
    GCISD Board of Trustees Candidate Conversation Night


    Monday – May 5th - 7pm @ CHHS
    Advanced Academics Booster Club Meeting
    Join the parents of Colleyville Heritage and Grapevine High Schools*  at our last meeting of the year to come and learn about what your Pre AP / AP Student will be involved in next year and about the changes we hope to get accomplished in our district.


     
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  • Important Information for Zero "0" Hour Students
     

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  •  STAAR Information
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

     
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  • New Visitor Procedures for GMS

    To further enhance our school’s security, beginning on September 3, all campuses, including secondary campuses, will remain locked during the school day.  New intercom systems have been installed at the main entrances of our schools. Visitors should go to the main entrance and press the intercom button located near the front door. Designated campus personnel will respond and determine who the visitor(s) is/are and the purpose of the visit.  Once access is granted, visitors must check in with the front office through a new visitor system called Raptor vSoft (Raptor). The first time a visitor, volunteer or contractor checks in, or the first time a parent comes into a school, we will ask them to present a driver’s license or state-issued ID. The ID will be scanned into the system and the personal information on the ID will be checked against a national sex offender database. This will provide an added layer of protection to ensure our schools remain secure environments for students, staff and approved visitors.
    Thank you in advance for your cooperation in presenting your valid state-issued ID when checking in at any of our campuses. We appreciate your patience and support as we implement these new systems to increase security.

     
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  • GMS Friends For Life Program 
     
    GCISD is proud to provide an additional resource for reporting bullying, violence or mistreatment of any kind. Friends for Life, a program from Crime Stoppers, is an anonymous reporting method that you or your child can find on your counselors website. Once on the website, there will be a link to the reporting website or a phone number for calling or texting in a report. Off-duty public safety dispatchers operate the call center along with other trained personnel who take calls, texts and online submissions and disseminate the tip information to the appropriate campus and district contacts for investigation. Once again we would like to reiterate that this is an anonymous reporting method. This is just one more way GCISD aims to ensure student safety.  

    Friends For Life Hotline

    Have a friend in need? Is someone you know the target of violence or bullying?Make an anonymous call and get them help!It's okay to help a friend.

    Call: 817-469-TIPS (8477)

    Text: "TIP117 PLUS YOUR MESSAGE" to 274637

    www.469tips.com

     

    *All reports will go to your school counselor.


     

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  • SUBSCRIBE to our Principal, Mrs. Young's page. To subscribe click on the link below and then navigate to the Principal's page from the Site Shortcuts on the left hand side of the GMS main webpage. If you don't have a GCISD web account click the link below.
     
     
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    To see the subscribe button, you must be signed in to your GCISD web account by selecting the SIGN IN button in the top right corner.

    (Please note: Your GCISD web account is different from your Skyward Family Access account.)

     
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