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  • SAVE THE DATE: Personalized Programs Expo


    From engineering challenges to advanced academics to language immersion and early childhood education, GCISD offers a world of opportunities for students. Families are invited to learn more about these opportunities at the Personalized Programs Expo on Thursday, February 8 from 5 - 7 p.m. at Cross Timbers Middle School. The expo will feature stations showcasing our STEM programs, ASPIRE Academy, Dual Language, tuition-based pre-kindergarten, Collegiate Academy, Arts Integration, International Baccalaureate Primary Years Program, Leader In Me and AVID programs. For more information on the personalized programs offered by GCISD, click here.

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  • GCISD hosts First Lego League Regional Qualifying Tournament

     

    On Saturday, December 16th, GCISD hosted a First Lego League Regional Qualifying Tournament.

     

    35 teams of middle school and elementary school students from across our region competed.

     

    Teams competed in four areas:
    Robot Games - Teams maneuver programmed robots to complete tasks on a mission field in three rounds.
    Project - Teams identify a problem based on the theme- water use and conservation and present their solution to a panel of judges.
    Robot Design - Teams explain the design and programming of their robot to a panel of judges.
    Core Values - Teams complete a task in order to exhibit teamwork and core values.

     

    Eleven teams represented GCISD - two from Cannon Elementary, four from Cross Timbers Middle School, and 5 from Grapevine Middle School.

     

    The following teams from GCISD earned awards:

     

    Cannon Elementary 
    Mission Impossibots - Project Award
    Mission Impossibots 2.0 - Referees' Award

     

    Team Coaches: Julee Vorachard, Joe Parthemore, and Chelsea White

     

    Grapevine Middle School
    Lightning Bots - Core Values Award

     

    Lightning Bolts   Impossibots   Impossibots 2.0

                GMS Lightning Bolts                    Cannon Mission Impossibots                Cannon Missions Impossibots 2.0

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  • Kristin Snively

    GCISD Announces new Executive Director of Communications

     

    Kristin Snively, current GCISD Director of Communications, has been named the Executive Director of Communications. Trustees approved the recommendation during the regular board meeting on Monday, December 18.

     

    “We are extremely proud of Mrs. Snively for earning this opportunity,” said GCISD Superintendent Dr. Robin Ryan. “During the past five years with GCISD, she has been integral to the success of the Communications Department and, in particular, helping all of our campus administrators improve their communication. Whether through social media, crisis communication to parents or human interest stories, Mrs. Snively has become a leader in championing our district and we look forward to seeing how she advances our communication efforts and engagement with the community.”   

     

    The search for a new Executive Director began when Rick Hadley announced his retirement in October. As the Director of Communications, Snively has served as the direct liaison to the Educational Division of the district and has coordinated their communications on key issues, led the annual convocation event for staff, created the “Game Day Experience” for parents and spectators attending varsity football games, and coordinated multi-media communications related to Soaring Valor.

     

    To read more about Kristin, click here. 

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  • Counseling CREST Awards Announced

    The counseling services teams at Bransford Elementary, Colleyville Middle School and Heritage Middle School have all been awarded the Counselors Reinforcing Excellence for Students in Texas (CREST) award. Sponsored by the Texas School Counselor Association, schools receiving CREST awards have demonstrated a commitment using the school guidance and counseling program to improve the lives and achievement of students in academic, career, and personal social domains.

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  • Education Foundation

    Posted by Communication Services on 1/19/2018
    The B.E.S.T. Report
    Building Excellent Schools Together
    Expect ~ Relate ~ Innovate
     
    We’ve all been there. Buying extra classroom supplies with our own money because we want our students to have everything they need to be successful. Fortunately, there is some relief for staff and it comes from our friends at the Education Foundation.
     
    The Education Foundation is an organization outside of GCISD whose sole purpose is to raise funds for needed programs and projects for GCISD teachers and students. The leader of the Foundation for the last 14 years has been Janice Kane. Janice is responsible for bringing millions of donated dollars to thousands of students and teachers in GCISD. Janice is retiring at the end of the month, and we are so fortunate to have benefitted from her leadership as she arguably has been GCISD’s # 1 cheerleader.
     
    We will miss Janice and her dedication and service to our district. The Foundation is strong, and will keep getting stronger each year, due to the wonderful leadership legacy of Janice Kane. If you have received support from the Foundation, I hope you will drop Janice a line and thank her for her untiring work on behalf of our teachers and students. It is just another way GCISD is Building Excellent Schools Together!
     
    BEST,
    RR

    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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