BOND WEBSITE: On May, 2016, community members in Grapevine-Colleyville ISD approved a $248,975,000 bond package. Thank you to the voters for your support of this historic bond. GCISD is investing in enhanced learning environments as we prepare all of our students for future success. To view the GCISD Bond website, click here.
LONG RANGE PLANNING WEBSITE: At Grapevine-Colleyville ISD, our mission is to be the BEST, which we define as Building Excellent Schools Together. To fulfill this mission, the district must continually evaluate our facilities and support systems to determine if our learning environments, equipment and infrastructure are equipped to best support the future of our educational programs. To view the Long Range Planning website, click here.
COLLABORATION SPACES: A collaboration space is a space that you can add to already-existing locations to increase student opportunities to collaborate.
SAFETY AND SECURITY: Grapevine-Colleyville ISD Trustees called a Bond Election for May 7, 2016. Members of FIRST (Facility Innovation and Readiness Stakeholder Team) proposed just under $31 million for security renovations and equipment.
CONTROLLED ACCESS: Controlled Access at a campus means that a visitor, whether that be a parent, a district employee, a volunteer or even a delivery person must press the call button for an office member to answer.
INFRASTRUCTURE: Grapevine-Colleyville ISD Trustees called a bond election for May 7, 2016. Of the entire $248.975 million bond package developed by FIRST (Facility Innovation and Readiness Stakeholder Team), more than $76 million is proposed for infrastructure across the district.
GROWTH AND EVOLUTION: The $240.9 million bond proposition that went before voters on May 7, 2016, had four primary objectives: securing students and staff, growth and evolution, infrastructure and classroom experience.
CLASSROOM EXPERIENCE: Election Day was May 7, 2016, for the $248.975 million bond proposition Members of FIRST (Facility Innovation and Readiness Stakeholder Team) proposed just over $62 million for the Classroom Experience.