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  • GCISD seeking ad hoc members for Facility Innovation and Readiness Stakeholder Team

    FIRST 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 its facilities and support systems to determine if our learning environments, equipment and infrastructure are equipped to best support the future of our educational programs.

    For this reason, GCISD is forming a Facility Innovation and Readiness Stakeholder Team (FIRST) to study and prioritize ways to create the best possible learning environment for GCISD students. This facility planning team comprised of parents, community constituents, and campus and district staff will be brought together to consider the district’s financial position and strategic plan as it relates to programs for students, facilities, infrastructure, technology, security, etc.

    Several of the FIRST members will be invited based on referrals from business leaders, campus and district administrators, parent organizations and the Education Foundation; however, the district has two ad hoc positions that are available to anyone in the community who is interested in serving and can commit to attend the 12 general meetings scheduled for the next seven months. If you are interested in applying for one of these positions, please click here to fill out and submit a brief application. The district will be accepting applications until the end of business on Wednesday, July 15. We will give notice to all applicants no later than Tuesday, July 21.

    Throughout the process, the district encourages your feedback through the Let’s Talk feature found on the FIRST website. Parents, community members, students and staff may submit questions or share thoughts on the information being shared and discussed during the meetings. To view frequently asked questions and answers about the district’s financial position and the facility planning process, please click here.

    If you have any questions about the process, or about applying for one of the at-large positions, please contact communication.services@gcisd.net.  Although district offices will be closed July 3 - July 10, the email address listed above will be monitored to respond to any questions and receive committee applications.
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  • GCISD Bus Rider Registration for 2015-2016
    bus Students who wish to take advantage of GCISD transportation services must be registered in order to ride a bus. Before submitting an application, parents and students must have read and reviewed the Bus Rider Handbook. To view the application in English, click here or to view the application in Spanish, click here.  
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  • GHS Oral Interp group earns national success
    GHS Oral Interp This past week, members of the Grapevine High School Interp Team (shown at right) proved that good things come in small packages. With only five members, the team placed in the top 20 in the nation, receiving a Speech School of Excellence Trophy. This is the second year in a row that Grapevine Interp has received this award.
    Individual Awards
    Humorous Interp (251 contestants)
    John Biebighauser 13th Place  (Competed 12 rounds)
    Luke Wodrich 24 Place  (Competed 10 rounds)
    Sana Moti  56 Place (Competed 8 rounds)
    Duo Interp (221 Contestants)
    Drake Leach/Alex Lehman 46 place (Competed 8 rounds)
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  • Board Approves Executive Director of Communications

    hadley Rick Hadley was named the Executive Director of Communications by the GCISD Board of Trustees at a special meeting held on Wednesday, June 24. Hadley, an award-winning and innovative news director with more than 25 years experience in the news field, will take over the job previously held by Megan Overman, who left GCISD in May to join Eagle Mountain-Saginaw ISD.

    “Rick Hadley has a proven track record of success in the competitive radio market and we are excited to welcome him to GCISD,” said Dr. Robin Ryan, GCISD Superintendent. “Hadley’s background as a reporter, anchor, producer and news director, provides him with a unique perspective that will aid our district as we continue to strengthen and enhance our communications and online presence.”

    Hadley currently serves as the news director for WBAP/KLIF radio in Dallas, where he oversees on-air and online news content. Under his leadership, WBAP was awarded its first DuPont-Columbia Silver Baton Award in 2005, which honors the best in broadcast, documentary and digital reporting. Prior to being named the news director in 2002, Hadley was a producer, reporter and anchor for WBAP radio.

    To read more click here.  
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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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