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High School Zone Boundaries
05/08/2018

 

2018 High School Rezoning Results Image

 

Option A Map

 

 

Option B Map

 

Following a vote by GCCISD parents and the community, the Board of Trustees voted for Option A for the high school zone boundaries, beginning in the 2018-2019 school year.

 

Details are forthcoming to parents and guardians.


Invitation to Community
05/07/2018

You're Invited

 

This is a community invitation to attend the Goose Creek CISD Strategic Planning kick-off event to be held at IMPACT Early College High School on May 16th at 6:30 pm. We will learn about the current state of public education and the process we will use to develop our district strategic plan.

 

At this event, our community will have the opportunity to ask questions about the district’s strategic planning process and future goals.

 

Please come out and join us at 6:30 pm on May 16th at IMPACT Early College High School.


Carter Presents Message to Students About Choices
05/05/2018

Blessy Galaang, a senior at  Goose Creek Memorial High School, signs a cap bearing the inscription, “Keep the Faith,” giving it to Sean Carter after hearing his presentation about how being a passenger involved in a wreck due to drunk driving changed his life. Carter and his mother, Jenny, travel across the country to share the message of the dangers of drunk driving and the consequences of choices.  The program was brought to GCM, IMPACT and Baytown Christian Academy by the Pilot Club of Baytown with grants through TxDOT. For more information, visit www.whenseanspeaks.com .

Photo by Susan Passmore

 

Blessy Galaang, a senior at Goose Creek Memorial High School, signs a cap bearing the inscription, “Keep the Faith,” giving it to Sean Carter after hearing his presentation about how being a passenger involved in a wreck due to drunk driving changed his life. Carter and his mother, Jenny, travel across the country to share the message of the dangers of drunk driving and the consequences of choices. The program was brought to GCM, IMPACT and Baytown Christian Academy by the Pilot Club of Baytown with grants through TxDOT. For more information, visit www.whenseanspeaks.com .

 


Summer Coding Camp for 2017-2018 3rd and 4th graders
05/05/2018

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Join us for loads of fun!

 

Are you interested in coding?

 

If so, this is the time to try it out!!!

 

  • Drive a Sphero through a Water Obstacle Course!
  • Engage in BattleBot Jousting Challenges!
  • Create Music with Codes!
    Many More Activities!!!

WHAT: Coding Camp

 

WHO: GCCISD 3rd & 4th Graders

 

WHEN: June 26-27, Morning Camp, 8:30 - 11:30 AM OR Afternoon Camp, 1 - 4 PM

 

WHERE: Goose Creek Memorial HS

 

HOW: Register online at the GCCISD website address: http://www.gccisd.net/page/AdvancedAcademics.Home

 

Space is limited! Students should only register for either the morning session OR the afternoon session, not both. Parents must provide transportation both to and from the camp each day. Bus transportation will not be provided.

 

NOTE:

Once registration capacity has been reached, a waiting list will be formed online.

 

 


San Jacinto Elementary Celebrates Cinco de Mayo
05/05/2018


Photo by Margaret Ehlig
San Jacinto Elementary celebrated Cinco de Mayo with a performance by Cristobal Paz, Melissa Matamoro, Abraham Deltoro, Natalie Alvarez, Miguel Rodriguez, Analia Garcia, Ruben Rodriguez, Yanelly Alvarez, Edwin Mejia, Dannely Coronado, Cristian Ramirez and  Ariana Medina, first-graders from Norma Garcia’s class.

Photo by Margaret Ehlig

 

San Jacinto Elementary celebrated Cinco de Mayo with a performance by Cristobal Paz, Melissa Matamoro, Abraham Deltoro, Natalie Alvarez, Miguel Rodriguez, Analia Garcia, Ruben Rodriguez, Yanelly Alvarez, Edwin Mejia, Dannely Coronado, Cristian Ramirez and Ariana Medina, first-graders from Norma Garcia’s class.

 


Carver Celebrates Cinco de Mayo
05/05/2018

 


Carver Elementary kindergarten students Daniela Trujillo, Perla Olmos, Joel Martinez, Herika Gamas, Kristopher Guajardo, Gabriela Martinez, Gael Flores and Luis Lira perform for the Cinco de Mayo celebration.

Photo by Mima Trujillo

 

Carver Elementary kindergarten students Daniela Trujillo, Perla Olmos, Joel Martinez, Herika Gamas, Kristopher Guajardo, Gabriela Martinez, Gael Flores and Luis Lira perform for the Cinco de Mayo celebration.

 

View photo gallery here.

 


 

 Anayeli Campos, Alexandra Olivera, Natally Razo, Lucero Hernandez and Yahaira Gomez, fifth-graders at Carver Elementary, dance during the school’s Cinco de Mayo celebration.

Photo by Mima Trujillo

 

Anayeli Campos, Alexandra Olivera, Natally Razo, Lucero Hernandez and Yahaira Gomez, fifth-graders at Carver Elementary, dance during the school’s Cinco de Mayo celebration.

 


HMJ Students Thank J. J. Watt for Donation from the Justin J. Watt Foundation
05/05/2018

 


J. J. Watt high-fives a Horace Mann Junior School basketball player after shooting some hoops with the team. The Justin J. Watt Foundation donated some athletic equipment to HMJ, and the students were excited to have the opportunity to thank J. J. in person.

Photo by Carrie Pryor-Newman

 

J. J. Watt high-fives a Horace Mann Junior School basketball player after shooting some hoops with the team. The Justin J. Watt Foundation donated some athletic equipment to HMJ, and the students were excited to have the opportunity to thank J. J. in person.

 

View photo gallery here.

 


 

 Horace Mann Junior School athletes gather around J. J. Watt as they get ready to shoot some hoops with him.  Watt’s Foundation generously donated athletic equipment to the school.

Photo by Carrie Pryor-Newman

Horace Mann Junior School athletes gather around J. J. Watt as they get ready to shoot some hoops with him. Watt’s Foundation generously donated athletic equipment to the school.


 

 


J. J. Watt signs Daniel Silva’s athletic shoe, while Christian Bienek waits to have him sign a shirt recently when J.J. and a film crew from The Players’ Tribune stopped by Horace Mann Junior School for some footage for a feature they are filming.  Watt’s Foundation donated $10,000 in athletic equipment to the school two years ago. Looking on is Coach Ronald Wells.

Photo by Carrie Pryor-Newman

 

J. J. Watt signs Daniel Silva’s athletic shoe, while Christian Bienek waits to have him sign a shirt recently when J.J. and a film crew from The Players’ Tribune stopped by Horace Mann Junior School for some footage for a feature they are filming. Watt’s Foundation donated $10,000 in athletic equipment to the school two years ago. Looking on is Coach Ronald Wells.

 


 

 J. J. Watt shakes hands with Nathan Thompson at Horace Mann Junior School. Watt interacted with students and played a little basketball. Watt’s Foundation donated athletic equipment to the school two years age.

Photo by Carrie Pryor-Newman

 

J. J. Watt shakes hands with Nathan Thompson at Horace Mann Junior School. Watt interacted with students and played a little basketball. Watt’s Foundation donated athletic equipment to the school two years age.

 


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