Leopard Pride News
It's a great day to be a Leopard!
A final goodbye....
Dr. Brasher's resignation letter to the Board reads:
"I would like to thank you and the previous six Board of Trustees that have allowed me to lead this amazing district. It has been an honor and a privilege to serve you, the community, the parents, and the children of GISD for the past seven years. My goal at the end of each day has always been to make a positive difference in the lives of the children of GISD. I do believe that GISD is in a great position for a bright future in all core areas of this district. There is still much to be done and I have faith in the Board to find the right person that will continue to lead the district in a more positive future."
The Board will now schedule interviews with five potential search firms in order to find the best fit for the search for the next Superintendent of Gainesville ISD.
One Act Play Wins District!
On Saturday March 3rd, GHS competed in the District 9 One Act Play Contest with Maelstrom by Don Nigro, taking FIRST place and advancing to the next level of competition!
GHS received the following awards:
Andrew Carroll, All Star Tech Crew
Hunter Stephens, Honorable Mention Cast
Niaomi Dawson, All Star Cast
Landry Dosher, All Star Cast
Jake Conner, All Star Cast
GHS advances to the Bi-District competition and will compete with Sanger HS with The Marriage of Bette and Boo, Frisco Lebanon Trail HS with The Book of Everything, and the 3 advancing schools from District 10. The competition will be held on Friday March 23rd at Wilmer Hutchins HS.
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