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    Property Tax appraisals from the Tarrant Appraisal District have been arriving in mailboxes over the last few weeks. Here's a video that explains the numbers you're seeing.



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  • 2017 State Accountability Ratings

    TEA Logo The Texas Education Agency has released its 2017 State Accountability Ratings. All Grapevine-Colleyville ISD campuses, as well as our school district, earned a rating of Met Standard for 2017. Additionally, our campuses earned a total of 34 Distinction Designations which are awarded for student achievement as compared to unique groups of campuses with similar grade spans, demographics, campus type, and size. For the 2016-17 school year, we earned Distinction Designations as follows:

    Academic Achievement in ELA - GHS, CHHS, iUniversity Prep, Collegiate Academy, CTMS, Timberline ES, Heritage ES, Glenhope ES

    Academic Achievement in Math - GHS, CHHS, Collegiate Academy, Timberline ES, Heritage ES, Glenhope ES

    Academic Achievement in Science - GHS, CHHS, iUniversity Prep, Cannon ES, Glenhope ES

    Academic Achievement in Social Studies - GHS

    Top 25% Student Progress - Collegiate, CTMS, Heritage ES, Bransford ES, Glenhope ES

    Top 25% Closing Performance Gaps - iUniversity Prep, HMS, Heritage ES

    Postsecondary Readiness - iUniversity Prep, CTMS, Timberline ES, Heritage ES, Silver Lake ES, Glenhope ES

    Annually, TEA reports academic accountability ratings for public school districts and campuses. For more information about how TEA currently rates Texas public schools and districts, please visit http://tea.texas.gov/Student_Testing_and_Accountability/Accountability/State_Accountability/.

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  • GCISD Updates Student Device Cost

    As Grapevine-Colleyville ISD expands its 1:1 program to include all students in kindergarten through twelfth-grade, technology services has made a change to the fee structure. Beginning in the 2017-2018 school year, families will be provided with a device at zero cost.

    “We are always looking for ways to provide our students with the necessary technology to support their learning without placing a financial burden on our families,” said GCISD Chief Technology Officer Kyle Berger. “We are so excited for the changes to the student device cost agreement and look forward to the ways this will help streamline our integration of technology into the classroom.”

    While the initial device is provided at no cost, there are fees assessed based on incident repairs. The first incident will be repaired for free for all students. For students that paid a $50 student fee in the 2016-2017 school year, their second incident will also be repaired at no cost. Students that did not pay the fee last year will be charged $15 for the repair after the second incident. For all students, after the third incident the fee will be the full cost of the device repair. In the instance that the damage to the device is intentional, the cost of the repair will be based on the damage regardless of how many incidents have occurred.

    Technology Services has been working to integrate the fee device management with Skyward Family Access to generate any fee related communication to parents. If you have any questions about changes to the student device fees, click Let's Talk to submit your questions to Technology.

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  • 2017 Employees of the Year

    Posted by Communication Services at 5/12/2017

    They were humble. They were surprised. They were a little embarrassed by the attention.


    This week, we recognized the GCISD Employees of the Year in many categories. Each time, a small group accompanied me to the employee’s campus and interrupted their day to make a brief presentation and tell them how much we appreciate the work they do on behalf of students and families in GCISD.


    After a brief pause and a few pictures, each Employee of the Year just wanted to get back to their job serving others. In addition to the support and applause from the students, what also struck me was the level of support from their peers. People cheered loudly, gave hugs, clapped and even shed a few tears of joy for our honorees.


    Our newest Employees of the Year will have their portrait on the Wall of Honor at the PDEC so that all visitors may take a moment to learn a little bit about these recognized individuals. Additionally, our two Teachers of the Year, Will Boykin from Glenhope Elementary and Jon McCormick from Colleyville Heritage, will now advance to the Region 11 competition. The entire list is below. If you see one of these amazing GCISD employees, it might embarrass them a bit, but please thank them for a job well done. We all know that it is the people that make GCISD the BEST!




    2016-2017 Employees of the Year


    Secondary Teacher of the Year: Jon McCormick
    Colleyville Heritage High School


    Elementary Teacher of the Year: William Boykin
    Glenhope Elementary School


    Paraprofessional of the Year: Heather Hedges
    Colleyville Heritage High School


    Nurse of the Year: Kendra Consilio
    Cannon Elementary School: A GCISD STEM School


    Extended Care Service Employee of the Year: Jill Dashner
    Early Childhood Development Center


    Facilities Services Employee of the Year: Hilberto Urtiz
    Administration Building


    Nutrition Services Employee of the Year: Cathy Clayton
    Heritage Elementary School


    Transportation Services Employee of the Year: Cliff Kosec

    Dr. Robin Ryan
    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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  • Tax Rate Legal Posting

    Grapevine-Colleyville Independent School District adopted a tax rate that will raise more taxes for maintenance and operations than last year's tax rate. Visit our Tax Rate Information page.


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