Grapevine Colleyville ISD Annual Report 2017
The Texas Education Code (TEC) §39.306 requires each district's Board of Trustees to publish an annual report that includes the school district's Texas Annual Performance Report (TAPR), accreditation status, campus performance objectives, information on violent or criminal incidents, PEIMS Financial Standard Reports, and information on the performance of the previous year's graduates in their first year of college, as reported by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.
Grapevine Colleyville ISD 2016-2017 Preliminary Texas Academic Performance Report is available here.
The 2016-2017 Final Texas Academic Performance Reports for each campus and district in Texas were released by TEA on November 16th, 2017. The 2016-2017 Final TAPR for GCISD is available here.
Prior to the 2012-2013 school year, TAPR was known as the Academic Excellence Indicator System (AEIS). Those reports, for school years 1990-91 through 2011-12, are available in the AEIS Archives
Glossary for the 2016-2017 Texas Academic Performance Report (TAPR Glossary)
Spanish translation of the glossary will be available in January 2018 from TEA.
The financial section of the TAPR is provided by the Office of School Finance. These reports can be accessed from a link on the last page of each district's TAPR. The 2015-2016 Financial Actual Report summarizes revenue, expenditures, and the fund balance. Grapevine Colleyville ISD's General Fund Unassigned Fund Balance was $43,656,168.
District 2016-2017 Accreditation Status: Accredited
Accreditation statuses for all Texas Public School Districts, as well as the Accreditation Status Matrix which outlines how accreditation is determined, can be accessed on-line at the TEA Accreditation Status Website.
Campus Performance Objectives
Campus Performance Objectives are part of each GCISD Campus Improvement Plan (CIP) and are approved by the Board of Trustees annually. The 2017-2018 Campus Performance Objectives for each GCISD campus are available here:
Campus Progress towards meeting Performance Objectives is evidenced by student performance on state
Grapevine Colleyville ISD maintains a secure perimeter at all campuses through controlled entry points and electronically locking external doors. Visitors are buzzed into the front office and screened using a visitor management system. District personnel have proximity badges to gain entrance into the buildings. The campuses do have security cameras. Campuses regularly conduct drills based on a Standard Response Protocol.
Officers from the Grapevine and Colleyville Police Departments serve as School Resource Officers (SROs) for the Grapevine Colleyville ISD schools. Each SRO brings specialized knowledge of the law, crime trends, and safety procedures to the campuses. In this specialized role, our SROs protect the school community and support our educational mission.
The district also uses trained dogs to alert school officials to the presence of prohibited or illegal items, including drugs and alcohol. At any time, trained dogs may be used around lockers and the areas around vehicles parked on school property. Searches of classrooms, common areas, or student belongings may also be conducted by trained dogs when students are not present. An item in a classroom, locker, or a vehicle to which a trained dog alerts may be searched by school officials.
Students participating in competitive extracurricular activities will be required to submit to random drug testing. Students and parents must sign a consent form annually agreeing to be subject to the rules and procedures of the drug testing program.
GCISD students participate in Fitness Gram requirements, as well as, in national campaigns such as Red Ribbon Week and Rachel's Challenge in partnership with our Parent Teacher Associations and our community. GCISD participates in Friends for Life through Crimestoppers for annonymous bullying reporting and crime prevention. In Aim for Success, appropriate technology use is addressed. Additionally, our School Health Advisory Council, which consists of community members, parents, health professionals, and district employees, provides input into the district's heath education program.
This information is provided to districts from the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board and reports student performance in post-secondary institutions during the first year enrolled after graduation from high school. Student performance is measured by the GPA earned by the Class of 2015 Graduates who attended public 4 year or 2 year higher education in the Fall of 2015, Spring of 2016, and Summer of 2016.
To download a pdf of the GCISD 2017 Annual Report, click here
. Please note that the entire report is typically 225 pages or more.
A pdf of the slides used in the 2017 Annual Report Presentation and Public Hearing is posted after presentation to the Board of Trustees (here