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  • ECDC pumpkin contest winners
     
    Children and their families at the Early Childhood Development Center took part in a pumpkin decorating contest. Colleyville Heritage High School Assistant Principal Amy Dill, Director of Facility Services James Hoey and Human Resources Assistant Sherry Greathouse served as jdudges, picking first, second and third place winners, as well as a staff favorite.
     
    Winners:
     First Place
    First Place
    Ice Cream Cone presented by the Hendrickson Family
     
    Second Place
    Second Place
    ECDC ROO presented by the Massey Family
     Third Place
    Third Place
    Owl presented by the Sotelo Family
    Staff Favorite
    Staff Favorite
    Olaf at the Beach presented by the Griffith Family
     
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  • Winners announced for Red Ribbon Week activities
     
    can Students observed Red Ribbon Week with campus as well as district-wide activities including a poster contest, essay contest, and indoor and outdoor decorating contests. 
     
    The Red Ribbon Week exterior decorations winners are Cannon Elementary and Colleyville Middle School.
     
    The Red Ribbon Week interior decorations winners are O.C. Taylor Elementary and Colleyville Middle School. 
     
    The Red Ribbon has become a symbol of the nation’s fight against illegal drugs, and Red Ribbon Week is observed to promote drug awareness and prevention, honoring the memory of Kiki Camarena, a Drug Enforcement Agent who was killed in the line of duty in 1995.
      
    Click here to see a list of our poster contest winners!  
     
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  • GCISD annual survey invites feedback from community about schools, services

    ipad Periodically GCISD leaders ask for your feedback about the experience you and your child have had with the academics and operations at your child's school. Your input serves as an important component in decisions designed to continuously improve the educational experience for your child. Click here to read a letter from GCISD Superintendent Dr. Robin Ryan. To view and complete the survey click here

     
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  •  Canon Elementary Students Create Storybook Pumpkins
     
    Frozen Pumpkins The Cannon Elementary School library is looking festive this week with elaborately decorated pumpkins sitting on top of the bookshelves, ready to be admired, as part of the school’s Storybook Character Pumpkin contest.
     
    The contest is a recent fall staple at Cannon, challenging students and their families were to recreate their favorite storybook character in pumpkin form. Characters like Harry Potter, Arthur the Aardvark and Rapunzel are created using paint, yarn, construction paper and many other crafty items.
     
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  • Investing In Our Students

    Posted by Communication Services at 10/31/2014
    Typically, we hear from students about what they are learning. Yesterday, I attended an event where two groups of GCISD students talked about what they are doing. At yesterday’s GCISD Education Foundation Galaxy Team breakfast, students from GMS spoke about how they are putting their learning into action each day in the STEM program, which is in its first year of implementation at their school. In addition, students from both GHS and CHHS in the Health Science Technology (HST) class shared with our district’s strongest supporters about their daily hands-on experiences through our educational partnership with Baylor Regional Medical Center at Grapevine.
     
    As each of us know, the GCISD Education Foundation is vital to our success in GCISD. It is a shining example of the partnership between our business community, parents, teachers and students. In a time of dwindling state resources, the Education Foundation has stepped up to fund so many projects all across GCISD, and the STEM and HST programs are but two examples of the together part of Building Excellent Schools Together.
     
    The Education Foundation continues to invest in our students and staff every year. Through their online rebate program, http://www.gcefstardollars.com​, we can continue to support the work of the Foundation while we hunt for deals online this holiday season! Proceeds from sales of hundreds of companies go directly to the GCEF without any additional cost to you. Currently, 400 people have signed up for this service; the goal is for more than 4,000 people to be registered. Collectively, we can raise money for our kids without any additional cost or effort.
     
    And since I for one much prefer online ordering to mall shopping, what could be better than getting my holiday shopping done and benefitting our students and teachers? Now that’s a good deal!
     
    BEST,
    RR
    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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