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  • Meet the GCISD National Merit Finalists

     

    Learn more about our 2016 National Merit Finalists.

     

     

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  • HES Hosts Wax Museum

     

    Taylor Swift, Malala Yousafzai, and Steven Spielberg were a few of the public figures featured in the Heritage Elementary School library this week as part of the HES Wax Museum.

     

    wax The wax museum project is a traditional project for fourth graders at HES, and in schools across the district. Students read a biography about their chosen public figure, write a short summary about that person, memorize it, and then perform their speech--in character--in front of their peers and families. The students also create costumes and props to enhance their performance.

     

    “This project is a perfect example of portrait of a graduate,” said HES Principal Stacey Voigt. “They have to be self-regulated learners when they pick and read their book, they are global citizens because their character can be anyone throughout history and the world, and it helps them become stronger communicators because they have to speak clearly with others to communicate their story.”

     

    See more photos here.

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  • Staff Spotlight: Heath Bullard

     

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  • Board Elects New Officers

     

    At the Monday, May 23 Board Meeting, the GCISD Board of Trustees elected new officers for 2016-2017. Leon Leal was re-elected as Board President, Jesse G. Rodríguez was elected as Board Vice President, and Lisa Pardo was elected Board Secretary.

     

    2016-2017 Board Officers

    Leon Leal
    President
    Jesse Rodríguez
    Vice President
    Lisa Pardo
    Secretary
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  • Parent Support

    Posted by Communication Services at 5/20/2016
    This week, I attended the final performance of Death of a Salesman, the GHS One Act Play, that will be performed at the UIL State Championship competition next week. After the performance, the cast and crew went into the crowd and found their parents who were there supporting them. It struck me that this is exactly what happens after each performance in our district. Parents meet and congratulate their children after a theatrical performance, an elementary choir performance, in the end zone after a football game, and outside the dugout after a baseball or softball game. You get the idea.
     
    I see this phenomenon play out all across GCISD. Each performance is filled with loving and supportive parents, no matter the event. Whether it is supporting fine arts, athletics, academics or even field day, our parents are there to support their children.
     
    Some of the competitions I attend are against teams with a sparse crowd on the opposing side. It saddens me that all kids do not enjoy the same level of support as ours do in GCISD. We are so fortunate to enjoy strong parental support in our district. I hope you will take the time to thank our parents for their help this year. Parent support is a huge component of our mission: Building Excellent Schools Together.
     
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    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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    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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