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  • GCEF Executive Director named Citizen of the Year
    JANICE Grapevine-Colleyville Education Foundation Executive Director Janice Kane has been named the 2014 D.E. Box Citizen of the Year. Individuals who have received this honor have voluntarily and sincerely given of their time and leadership through an overall community development program—working together to improve the economic, civic and cultural well-being of the Grapevine area.
    "Being named the D.E. Box Citizen of the Year is very humbling as you look down the list of past recipients over almost six decades," Kane said. "It takes a village, working together to make our community the best of the best, so this honor goes to not only the past recipients and me, but to every citizen in Grapevine who continuously work for the betterment of our community."
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  • GCISD hosts inaugural Programs Expo
    Expo will highlight ASPIRE Academy, Dual Language and STEM Programs
    From engineering challenges to advanced academics to language immersion, GCISD offers a world of opportunities for students. Families are invited to learn more about these opportunities at the inaugural Programs Expo on Thursday, February 12 from 5:30-8:45 p.m. at Cross Timbers Middle School. The expo will feature stations showcasing our STEM programs, ASPIRE Academy and Dual Language programs. Students and teachers representing each of these programs will be at each station, ready to discuss the work they have completed this year. Stations will be in the Student Activity Center from 5:30-7:30 p.m.
    In addition to program stations, presentations focusing on the instructional components and benefits of these programs will be delivered in the lecture hall and library.
    Presentation Schedule:
    Elementary STEM 6:00-6:30 p.m. Lecture Hall
    Elementary Dual Language 6:30-7:00 p.m. Lecture Hall
    Middle School STEM 7:00-7:30 p.m. Lecture Hall
    Lottery Process 7:30-8:00 p.m. Lecture Hall
    ASPIRE Academy 8:00-8:45 p.m. Library
    Expo Info The applications for dual language and STEM programs will be available online beginning Friday, Feb. 13 and are due by Tuesday, March 3.  If more applications are submitted than the maximum number of students each campus may accept, then a lottery will be conducted on Friday, March 6, and streamed live on the district’s website. More information will be available on the website after the Expo.
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  • GHS student earns perfect ACT score 
    Tine Grapevine High School student Tine Valencic earned a perfect ACT Score--less than one-tenth of one percent of all students who take the ACT across the U.S. earn a top score of 36.
    The ACT is a curriculum-based achievement exam that measures skills and knowledge taught in school and deemed important for success in college.
    The ACT comprises subject area tests in: English, Mathematics, Reading, Science, plus an optional Writing Test. Introduced in 1959, the ACT is taken by high school students and college-bound individuals. Scores are used by colleges for admission, course placement and advising purposes, as well as by states, districts, schools, teachers, and students for diagnostic, monitoring, and intervention purposes.
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  •  GCISD Students Honored by Colleyville ChamberYouth Leadership

    Thirteen GCISD students were recognized by the Colleyville Chamber of Commerce during their recent Sterling Awards luncheon. The students graduated from the Chamber’s Youth Leadership Program, which is a program designed to develop leadership skills and a sense of community. The six-month course is open to high school sophomores where they learn about volunteerism, public speaking and economic management.
    The class also completed a community service project. They helped beautify GRACE’s transitional housing project by planting flowers and gardens and cleaning up the houses. 


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  • Dedicated Educators

    Posted by Communication Services at 1/23/2015
    It is no secret that GCISD is blessed with hundreds of excellent teachers. All across our district and in every school, we have educators dedicated to their students and our community. Our community believes in their greatness, too. Just this week, the Colleyville Chamber of Commerce hosted their annual awards ceremony and one of our own was honored. I am pleased to share that during the “2015 Sterling Awards,” superstar teacher Stacy Kuhlmann was named the GCISD Employee of the Year for the Chamber! Stacy is the fourth-grade Team Leader at Colleyville Elementary and she makes a difference every single day. One parent spoke with me after the ceremony and said: “Mrs. Kuhlmann is amazing. She pushed my child to find out how to overcome her dyslexia. She’s a different child because of Stacy. My child is successful because of her hard work and compassion.”
    This week, we also were notified that CTMS History teacher Pat Brolan has been named the VFW Post 10454’s Teacher of the Year. This award recognizes outstanding commitment to teaching Americanism and patriotism to students. Pat’s learner-centered approach to teaching eighth-grade History is legendary at CTMS. As a tenured teacher, she also understands the value of continuous improvement and she always seeks opportunities to evolve and grow each year. She embodies the district’s Convocation theme of “Always Driving Forward.”
    The awards for Stacy and Pat are well-deserved. They both represent the caring expertise found in classrooms all across GCISD in every grade level. Stacy and Pat, we are proud of you! You are two reasons we are advancing our mission of Building Excellent Schools Together!
    (Soon we will hear about the Colleyville Chamber Youth of the Year! Stay tuned….)​
    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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