Chief of Police/Executive Director for Security and Technology

Bryan Clements

Secretary to Executive Director - Laurie Killough at 832-386-1217

Security Technician - Tony Colotta at 832-386-1251

Criminal Background Checks and Security Clerk - Yhadanira Martinez at 832-386-1151

Director of Security and Emergency Management - Brian Allen

Secretary to the Director - Yolanda Ayala at 832-386-1032


GPISD contracts with the Harris County Constables in Precinct 2 and Precinct 3 for full time officers to patrol in and around our schools. In addition to officers who work in the schools the district also utilizes constable's deputies to enforce the truancy laws and to increase attendance throughout the district. One of the programs that the district utilizes is A.S.A.P., Assisting Student Attendance Program.



Texas Statutes



Key Audit Form

Key Control Agreement

Card Access Policy


Big Learning with Full Scale Drills

I Wish We'd All Been Ready

The Courage to Stand

Theatre Action Project

Five Things to Think About Before Pressing Send

Five Tips to Help Parents Talk to Their Kids About Sex and Technology

MTV Digital Abuse Study

Digital Wellness

Family Online Safety

Guide to Facebook

Internet Safety Tips for Kids

MTV Research Study

NCPTUP Sex and Tech Survey

Top Internet Safety Tips for Parents

Top Ten Tips for Educators - Cyberbullying Prevention

Top Ten Tips for Educators - Cyberbullying Response

Useful Websites, Articles and Books

Six Simple Steps to Celebrity Status

Bullying Victimization and Bullycide: Implications for School Safety

Search and Seizure Issues in Schools

Concealed Carry Tips

Detecting Weapons in Public Schools

Spotting a Weapon

Gangs 101: What We Should All Know

Active Shooter Incidents

Incident Command System - Where Do I Fit In?

Truancy and Dropout Prevention

Also a part of the Safe and Drug-Free Schools and Communities initiatives, Galena Park ISD’s Truancy/Dropout Prevention program aims to increase students’ attachment to school and help them overcome personal and family impediments to school attendance. Campus Truancy/dropout clerks combined with Campus Attendance clerks, Counselors, and Administrators, as well as the PEP Self-Sufficiency Specialist, and Early Head Start Family Specialists collaborate and corroborates with the students, parents, other school staff, and the community at large to provide students with other supports for attendance, such as outside counseling, health care, assistance from social services professionals, prenatal and child care, transportation, clothing, etc. Through Health and Intervention Services, truancy/dropout clerks are given opportunities to receive training and direction for assisting students who are chronically absent and are potential dropouts. The truancy/dropout clerks, having a close relationship with parents, provide information such as the following:

  • The consequences of truancy (for students, educationally and legally;
  • The consequence for families, who may be held legally liable and suffer economic sanctions;
  • Ways to communicate realistic expectations about school achievement and respect for school and educators;
  • Signs of children’s disengagement from school;
  • Strategies for getting children to school.

In monthly meetings, truancy clerks look at goals, objectives and barriers in managing student attendance. Attendance clerks are familiarized with best practices in student attendance accounting as suggested by Region IV Education Service Center’s PEIMS staff. Four secondary schools have this service available.

Truancy and Dropout Prevention
Staff Development Mediation
Readiness and Emergency Management