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  • GCISD welcomes new Executive Director of Special Education

     

    Executive Director of Special Education On Monday, April 25, the GCISD Board of Trustees approved naming Dr. JoAnn Wiechmann as the new Executive Director of Special Education. Dr. Wiechmann joins GCISD with more than 30 years experience as a speech pathologist and special education coordinator.
     
    The search for a new Executive Director of Special Education began when Laura Hill accepted a position at GCISDs Collegiate Academy as the counselor.
     
    “We look forward to Dr. Wiechmann joining the GCISD team,” said Dr. Rick Westfall, GCISD’s Chief Learning Officer. “Her vast campus and district experience, coupled with her professional appointments at the state and national level, make her extremely knowledgeable and an asset and advocate for our families with students needing special services.”
     
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  • Bond Election 2016 - Growth & Evolution

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  • GHS theatre company is advancing to state for OAP

     

    Death of a Salesman Theatre students from Grapevine High School are advancing to the State One Act Play contest for their performance of "Death of a Salesman." Students competed in the Regional Round of competition on Thursday, April 21 where they were one of two schools selected to advance from the region.  GHS will be one of eight schools at the state meet in May.

     

    Individual awards from the Regional Round:
    Technician award: Sydney Hagen
    Honorable Mention Cast: Ashley Munson and Tyler Searle
    All Star Cast: Drake Leach and James Myers

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  • Early voting for GCISD Bond Election kicks off April 25

     

    Early voting for the GCISD Bond Election kicks off Monday, April 25 and ends Tuesday, May 3. The $248,975,000 bond proposal focuses on Securing Students and Staff, Growth and Evolution, Infrastructure, and Classroom Experience. Election day is Saturday, May 7.

     

    Local Early Voting locations include:
    Grapevine-Colleyville ISD Administration Building
    Grapevine Elementary School
    Colleyville City Hall
    The REC of Grapevine
    Euless Public Library
    Any Tarrant County Early Voting Location may be used during this time.

     

    During the early voting period, April 25 - May 3, polling places will be open weekdays, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Extended hours for early voting are Saturday, April 30, 7 a.m. - 7 p.m.; Sunday, May 1, 11 a.m. - 4 p.m.; and Monday, May 2 and Tuesday, May 3, 7 a.m. - 7 p.m.

     

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  • Time to Vote

    Posted by Communication Services at 4/25/2016
    Check out these headlines: “One in Five Texans Voted in Last Election” and “Four of Five Texans Didn’t Bother to Cast a Vote".
     
    We live in a time when few people vote. To put it in perspective, some 4.2 million Texans voted in the March primaries. That set a record for the highest turnout for a Texas primary election with 21.5 percent of residents casting a ballot. That’s only one in five adults taking the time to vote. Did all of these non-voters consciously choose not to vote, or did they wait until Election Day to head to the polling place only to have something come up and keep them from exercising their constitutional right? On April 25-May 3, you have the opportunity to go into the early voting location of your choice in Tarrant County and weigh in on the GCISD bond package. I always encourage people to vote early.
     
    The late novelist David Foster Wallace said of not voting that, “In reality, there is no such thing as not voting; you either vote by voting, or you vote by staying home and tacitly doubling the value of someone else’s vote.”
     
    With the GCISD Bond proposal, a committee of 59 stakeholders came up with the projects and total package, and trustees called the election. Ultimately, it is up to each voter to decide whether to endorse the 1,300 proposed projects outlined in the bond package. That’s a huge responsibility and privilege. Go to GCISDBond2016.com and study up. Decide what you think about the package and get out and vote.
     
    Election day is May 7 for GCISD’s $248.975 million bond proposal, but voters don’t have to wait until then to cast their ballot. Early voting starts on Monday, April 25. I’ll be heading to the polls on Monday to take advantage of the short lines and convenience of voting early. I hope to see you there!
     
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    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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  • Records Destruction

    Consistent with the notification requirements set forth in federal and state regulations regarding the destruction of confidential records, Special Education records for students withdrawn, dismissed or graduated on or before June 2011 will be destroyed May 16, 2016 (34 CFR 300.624). If you have any questions about this process or about student specific records, you may contact personnel at GCISD’s Special Education Department at (817) 251-5533.


     

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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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