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Announcements

  •  Removal of Unauthorized/Disruptive Persons
    As of August 26, 2018 all school districts are subject to the Commissioner’s new rules regarding the removal of a disruptive person from a campus. More information regarding this new rule can be found in Chapter 37, section 37.105 of the Texas Education Code, which addresses: Unauthorized Persons, Refusal of Entry, Ejection, and Identification.
    Per 19 Texas Administrative Code § 103.1207, you may appeal an ejection from a District campus by filing a grievance under the following Board Policies: DGBA (LOCAL)FNG (LOCAL), or GF (LOCAL).

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  •                                                                               College Wednesday

    Every Wednesday in November students can wear a college T-shirt with their uniform bottoms.

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  • The James B Havard Elementary Club meets the 2nd and 4th Monday of every month. 

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  • New GPISD Stadium Safety Letter

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District Announcements

  • May Parent Connect Newsletter

    We are deeply committed to offering excellent educational experiences for our students and we want to keep you informed of upcoming events, successes and happenings in GPISD. In Galena Park ISD, our students are extremely important to us and so are you. Please enjoy this edition of a newsletter especially designed for you. Thank you for taking the time to stay connected!

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  • Removal of Unauthorized/Disruptive Persons

    As of August 26, 2018 all school districts are subject to the Commissioner’s new rules regarding the removal of a disruptive person from a campus. More information regarding this new rule can be found in Chapter 37, section 37.105 of the Texas Education Code, which addresses: Unauthorized Persons, Refusal of Entry, Ejection, and Identification.

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  • Blackboard Parentlink Notification System - TCPA

    Galena Park ISD regularly provides mass notifications to parents, guardians, students, and faculty regarding weather closures, threat situations, event scheduling, or to provide other important education-related information. These messages not only drive positive educational outcomes, they can also save lives.

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