Silver Lake Life


  • Author to Visit Silver Lake!

     

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    Aaron Reynolds will be visiting Silver Lake on Wednesday, February 7th. Students can order their own copy of one of his books and have it signed! He will do three presentations while he is here. Learn more by visiting his website at www.aaron-reynolds.com

    Use this order form to order one of his books! All orders due January 19th. Make checks payable to Silver Lake.

     

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  • Parking Lot 

     

    Reserved Parking

     

    We will be limiting access to the front parking lot from 7:20 - 7:40 to staff members only.

    During that time all parents will need to use the back driveway to drop their students off as only staff will be allowed to enter and park. We have monitored the safety of our lot for almost two years and have met with city engineers, our Campus Excellence Committee, and our student voice committee seeking creative solutions and our safest route in the morning is for parents to drop their students in back driveway each day.

    If you have medicine to bring or need to visit the front office, please arrive before 7:20. If you have questions or concerns, please call or stop by the front office during the school day

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  • TEA Accountability Rating for Silver Lake

     

    Silver Lake is proud to have earned a TEA distinction for Postsecondary Readiness. 

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  • The Silver Lake Staff is Excited for 2017-2018!

     

    Staff

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  • GCISD Updates Student Device Cost


    As Grapevine-Colleyville ISD expands it’s 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, please use Let’s Talk to submit your question to Technology.

     

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  • Silver Lake Reads Program Has Begun!

     

    The GCISD Reads program runs from June 1 - May 1. Students record the pages or books they read using the recording sheets below!

    K-2 - 1,500 pages
    3-5 - 2,500 pages
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    K-2 - 100 Books
    3-5 - 25 Books

     

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  • Silver Lake is an Experience Design Campus!

     

    Teachers meet and plan experiences that help build a memories that our students can link further knowledge to.

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  • Virtual Reality using Google Expeditions!

     

    Students in grades 3-5 got to experience virtual reality using Google Cardboard and the app Google Expeditions. They visited volcanoes, the Grand Canyon, Philadelphia, the Moon, Yellowstone and Yosemite National parks and many more places!

     

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