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Events Calendar

Ukulele Club

Time: 7:15 AM – 7:45 AM
Location: Music Room
Apr 26

GT Expo

Time: 5:30 PM – 7 PM
Location: Cafeteria
May 3

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On behalf of the Gatesville ISD’s Board of Trustees and the outstanding staff of the Gatesville Independent School District, I welcome you. This district has a long tradition of academic excellence, coupled with a strong commitment to the success of every student. Our mission is to provide all students with programs of excellence that instill a passion for life-long learning, while preparing them for the challenges of tomorrow. We are committed to preparing our students for their future by providing high-quality, well-rounded educational programs both in and out of the classroom. While we cannot predict the future, it is essential that we support our students in developing the knowledge and skills that will guide them on their journey as lifelong learners.

News & Announcements

2017-2018 Yearbooks are on sale now

Yearbook Time!! It's time to order your child's 2017-2018 yearbook. The cost is $18. All students were given a purple order form. Fill it out, attach the money, and return it with your child. The cost of the yearbook will increase to $20 after 3/2/18.

Cafeteria News

GISD has two great apps that can help you manage your child's lunch account and find out what's on the menu. Check out the attached flyer for more details.

Kid's Future Chef Competition

On February 27th, Gatesville Intermediate will host a district mini Future Chef completion. This year's theme is "Asian Fusion Food." The competition is open to all 4th and 5th grade students. Please click on the link to read all the rules and information. Good luck students.

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Spotlight Message

As parents and community members you are critical partners in the education of our students. It may be a cliché, but it truly does take a village to educate a child. We appreciate and value the trust that parents have placed in our staff and we accept the responsibility of ensuring that all students graduate college and world ready. We are committed to developing in each student the knowledge, skills, and attitudes to ensure many paths to a successful future. Our number one priority will always be the success of every student.

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