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  • Colleyville Heritage Panther Chorale receives state honor

    CHHS chorale


    The Colleyville Heritage Panther Chorale has been selected as an Invited Performing Choir for the 2018 Texas Music Educator’s Association Convention, the highest award afforded to high school choirs in Texas. This prestigious invitation is achieved through a recorded audition process of performances from the past two school years and is awarded to ensembles showing a consistent exceptional level of performance. The Panther Chorale was selected from over 170 submitted choirs. 


    The Panther Chorale is the premier ensemble of the CHHS Panther Choirs consisting of approximately 60 auditioned sophomores, juniors and seniors. Under the direction of Thomas Rinn and assistant director Rachel Massey the Panther Chorale has established itself as one of the premier high school ensembles in the state receiving consistent UIL Sweepstakes awards, placing multiple students into the Texas All-State Choir, and performing both locally and abroad.  

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  • 2017 Employees of the Year announced
    GCISD administrators led a "surprise" patrol to various campuses and departments to announce this year's honored staff members. William Boykin, fifth-grade ASPIRE teacher from Glenhope Elementary School, was named the GCISD Elementary Teacher of the Year. Colleyville Heritage High School Special Education Teacher Jon McCormick was named GCISD's Secondary Teacher of the Year. Heather Hedges, Colleyville Heritage HS student data secretary, was named GCISD Paraprofessional of the Year.
    In addition to the district-level Elementary Teacher, Secondary Teacher and Paraprofessional of the Year, district leaders also celebrated departmental employees of the year on their surprise tour. This year's winners are pictured below. Campus teachers and campus/department paraprofessionals of the year have also been honored during special celebrations with their colleagues at their schools or departments.
    GCISD employees represent excellence in teaching/work abilities, innovative practices, positive relationships and communication, and leadership. Congratulations to all these outstanding GCISD winners!
    William Boykin named elementary teacher of the year
    Jon McCormick named secondary teacher of the year
    Heather Hedges has been named Paraprofessional of the Year
    Teacher of the Year  
    William Boykin 
    Teacher of the Year 
    Jon McCormick 
    Paraprofessional of the Year 
    Heather Hedges   


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  • Dr. Rick Westfall named lone finalist for superintendent in Keller ISD

    Rick Westfall GCISD Deputy Superintendent Dr. Rick Westfall has been named the lone finalist in the Keller ISD superintendent search. Keller Trustees approved Dr. Westfall with a 6-0 vote during a special meeting on Monday, May 8. There will now be a state-mandated 21-day waiting period before Dr. Westfall is officially named superintendent.

    “I want to thank the entire GCISD community for allowing me to serve as your Deputy Superintendent for the last six years,” Dr. Westfall said. “When I look back at what we have accomplished during this time as part of LEAD 2021, I am incredibly proud of the progress we have made and the redefined educational opportunities we are providing for students.”

    The search for Keller’s new superintendent began in January when current superintendent Dr. Randy Reid announced his retirement effective July 2017. Dr. Westfall is familiar with the Keller community as he served as Keller High School principal from 2008-2011.

    “We are so excited for Dr. Westfall and the opportunity he has to serve as superintendent in Keller ISD,” said Dr. Robin Ryan, GCISD Superintendent. “Rick is a tremendous leader and it has been a honor to serve with him. We wish Rick the best of luck in this new chapter of his career.”

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  • Familiar Face named Grapevine Middle School Principal

    Laura Koehler Current Colleyville Heritage Associate Principal Laura Koehler has been named the new principal of Grapevine Middle School. Trustees approved the appointment during a special board meeting on Monday, May 8.

    “I am so excited to be the new principal at Grapevine Middle School and continue to strengthen the connection between our students and the community” Koehler said. “There are so many incredible offerings for our students including STEM, AVID and Dual Language and I look forward to supporting every student in their pursuit of a personalized education.”

    The search for the next principal at GMS began in March when Linda Young announced her retirement.


    To read more about Laura, click here

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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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  • Record destruction schedule set by state regulations

    Consistent with the notification requirements set forth in federal and state regulations regarding the destruction of confidential records, Special Education records for students withdrawn, dismissed or graduated on or before June 2012 will be destroyed June 2, 2017 (34 CFR 300.624). If you have any questions about this process or about student specific records, you may contact personnel at GCISD’s Special Education Department at (817) 251-5533.

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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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    Applications received in this second round will be added to program waitlists or placed in available seats in the order received.

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  • STAAR Math and Reading scores for 5th and 8th Grade (March 2017 Administration)

    The 5th and 8th grade STAAR reading and mathematics results from the March 2017 administration have been released. Districts are not receiving confidential student reports (CSRs) until late summer due to the redesign of the reports by TEA. As a result, we have made student results available to parents through Skyward Family Access. Learn more...

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  • Cannon Construction Updates

    Interested in the Construction Updates for Cannon Elementary: A GCISD STEM School? Visit our Cannon Construction page to sign up for alerts and learn more about the process.

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  • Math Telescoping (Grades K - 7)
    Registration for the Summer Math Telescoping Exam kicks off Thursday, May 11. The deadline to register is Thursday, May 25. Learn More!

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