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  • GCISD Finance earns Platinum Leadership Circle Award
    platinum The GCISD Financial Services department again received recognition for its high level of transparency, earning a 2015 Platinum Leadership Circle Award from the Texas Comptroller's Office. Created in 2014, this is the second year the Platinum designation has been available. According to the Texas Transparency website, the Platinum designation "spotlights entities that go above and beyond providing financial transparency." This is also GCISD’s fourth consecutive year to earn a Leadership Circle Award.
    “I am very proud of the GCISD finance team for once again receiving this award," said DaiAnn Mooney, GCISD chief financial officer. “It validates that we place significant value and high priority on  financial transparency and the good stewardship of taxpayer money.”
    The district earned this award by scoring 23 of 23 possible points on the program's ratings criteria--a perfect score. The Texas Comptroller's Leadership Circle program recognizes local governments across the state that strive to meet high financial transparency through online resources. Recipients of this award demonstrate transparency by providing citizens with a clear, consistent picture of spending and sharing information in a user-friendly format.
    The platinum insignia (shown at right) has been added to the Texas Transparency website.
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  • Interim principal named for Colleyville Middle School

    Ryan Martin Grapevine High School Associate Principal Ryan Martin has been named the interim principal at Colleyville Middle School for the 2015-2016 school year.

    “We did a thorough search to find the next principal for Colleyville Middle School, and while it continues to be our top priority to find the right leader for our Colt families and community, we felt it was in the best interest of our students and staff to begin the school year with a leader in place,” said GCISD Superintendent Dr. Robin Ryan. “I am fully confident in the abilities of Mr. Martin to assume this leadership role during this transition as we continue the search for the permanent principal at CMS.”

    The search for a new Colleyville Middle School principal began when David Denning was named the Grapevine High School principal.

    To read more about Martin, click here.  
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  • Free and Reduced-Price Meals - 2015-2016 Criteria
    Grapevine-Colleyville ISD announced its policy today for providing free and reduced-price meals for children served under the current income eligibility guidelines. Each school/site or the central office has a copy of the policy, which may be reviewed by anyone on request.
    Application forms are being distributed to all households with a letter informing households of the availability of free and reduced-price meals for their children. Applications are also available at the principal’s office in each school. Online applications are available at www.schoolunchapp.com. To apply for free and reduced-price meals, households must fill out the application and return it to the school or Nutrition Services Office. Applications may be submitted anytime during the school year. The information households provide on the application will be used for the purpose of determining eligibility and verification of data. Applications may be verified by the school officials at any time during the school year.
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  • Memorial Day

    Posted by Heather Willden at 5/22/2015
    It's not just a day off.
    On Monday, America will come together to observe Memorial Day, a day we set aside to honor those who have died in defense of our country, and those who have passed on from our lives. I hope we all take time on Monday to pause and realize how fortunate we are to live in this country, and enjoy the freedoms paid for by the sacrifices of others.
    This month marks the 40th anniversary of the end of the Vietnam War. All wars are controversial at some level, but Vietnam was especially so. Too many of our servicemen and servicewomen did not come home -- 58,209 were killed and 25,493 of those were 20 years old or younger. And unfortunately, many of our Vietnam Vets who survived did not receive the welcome home they deserved for serving our country. But today, and each day forward, we have a chance to say ‘thank you.’ Thank you for your service and thank you for your sacrifice.
    I know you will take the time to express your gratitude to veterans you meet. In GCISD, we teach patriotism, love of our country, and respect for those who have served in any of our armed forces. That's another aspect of GCISD that makes us the B.E.S.T.
    p.s. I hope you take a moment to view the video below.
    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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