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  • GES Inducts Inaugural class to New Honor Society Chapter
    ges Grapevine Elementary School (GES) has established a chapter of the National Elementary Honor Society (NEHS) to recognize their most outstanding students. 47 fourth and fifth grade students were inducted into the Grapevine Elementary NEHS during a formal ceremony on Friday, November 14.
    “Grapevine Elementary has a long history of student success and what a great way to recognize our students’ accomplishments as we celebrate our 20th year,” GES Principal Kim Blackburn said. “The inaugural chapter of the Grapevine Elementary National Elementary Honor Society is an excellent way to honor our past and look toward our future.”
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  • Red Ribbon Week PSA contest, winners announced!
    As part of the GCISD Red Ribbon Week celebration and commitment to stay drug free, students across the district were invited to take part in a PSA contest. Students developed 30-second Public Service Announcements to encourage their peers to stay away from drugs. In its inaugural year as a new addition to Red Ribbon Week, two students were named co-winners:
    Dean Hopkins
    Cannon Elementary School

    Aslynn Williams
    Heritage Elementary School

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  • Students record views of outer space as part of STEM learning 
    If you strolled through Historic Grapevine's Settlement to City Museums on Wednesday, November 19, you might have seen some student artwork that's truly out of this world. 
    Sixth-grade students in the STEM Academy at Grapevine Middle School are participating in a program titled, “Youth Capture The Colorful Cosmos.” The program is sponsored by the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History in partnership with the Smithsonian Institution and the Harvard College Observatory.
    STEM is an approach to student learning that integrates Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics into all aspects of a students learning. These GMS students are using what they are learning about STEM to explore and document the “final frontier” known as outer space.
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  • Cannon Elementary Hosts First Family STEM Night
    Cardboard Museum More than 350 families attended the first Family STEM Night of the school year at Cannon Elementary: A GCISD STEM School. Students explained science, engineering, math and technology concepts to their families, and helped them construct windmill blades, bridges, ramps and more. Families worked together to engineer their designs and then tested them for stability, strength and balance.

    Families also toured the Cardboard Creations Museum, an exhibit created by Cannon students. They built more than 250 cardboard designs that were invented for this year’s Global Cardboard Challenge, which is a world-wide celebration of child creativity. There was also a demonstration from Cannon’s competitive robotics team, RoboSTEM. They showed off their project and robots that they designed for their upcoming LEGO League competition in December.

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    GCISD Superintendent of Schools
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