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  • College Colors Day 2014
    College Colors Day Friday, August 29, is National College Colors Day. Please participate by wearing your favorite college t-shirts on this day. College Colors Day is an annual celebration dedicated to promoting the traditions and spirit that embody the college experience. This program is being sponsored by the GCISD AVID College Readiness System.
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  • Welcome Back 2014!
    Back to School       Back to School 2
     For more Back to School photos check out our Facebook album
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  • Become a Varsity Football Junior Captain!
    football Are you an elementary school student in GCISD? Are you excited to become a Grapevine Mustang or Colleyville Heritage Panther? Ever wish you could be on the field during a varsity football game? Well here’s your chance!

    Simply send your back-to-school photos to communication.services@gcisd.net during the week of August 25-August 29 and include your name, grade, campus, phone number and whether you are a future Mustang or Panther, and you’ll be entered to win the chance to be a Junior Captain during an upcoming varsity home football game at Mustang-Panther Stadium!

    If selected as a Junior Captain, you will get to walk out to the 50-yard line with the varsity game captains for the coin toss and you will be recognized in the end zone during the first quarter. 

    Students who submit a back-to-school photo will be placed in a drawing and selected at random. Elementary students selected for Junior Captain will be notified during the week of September 2-5. Good luck!

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  • GCISD Teacher attends Shakespeare Summer Workshop
    Haney Bridges Accelerated Learning Center’s Kristinia Haney was recently selected as one of the top 25 secondary school teachers from across the country to attend the Folger Shakespeare Library’s Summer Teaching Shakespeare Institute in Washington D.C. Starting this school year, Haney is moving to the district’s newest school; the Collegiate Academy at Northeast Tarrant County College.
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  • Sharpening the Axe

    Posted by Communication Services at 8/22/2014
    This is an actual conversation of text messages last Tuesday from an educator I know... somewhere in the Central Time Zone.
    Sender: "In-service was supposed to start at 8:00. It's 8:32 and it still hasn't started."
    I did not immediately reply. I received the message just before Convocation. Then – right at 9:00 a.m. on the dot, the video began to signal the start of GCISD Convocation 2014. (YES!)
    After Convocation:
    Me: "Well, you had a slow start. How are things now?"
    Sender: "Moving very slowly."
    Me: "Bummer"
    Sender: "Totally."
    Sender: "You would die if you were in here right now. Two people just got in an argument and we are all just sitting here...waiting. I came with a good attitude and this is not how I expected it to be."
    Fortunately, this story, although true, does not apply to GCISD. This week has been a wonderful week of welcomes, work and professional learning. For months, our staff has planned for Convocation and for a strong, engaging few days of Professional Development. This time of year is so important. It reminds me of a quote by Abraham Lincoln, "Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the axe."
    We have had a very good week of "sharpening the axe" and will be ready for our students Monday morning. Thoughtful, timely professional development is a strong component of Building Excellent Schools Together!
    BEST of luck on Monday!
    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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