Leopard Pride News

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GHS Auto Tech Helps Bring Retired Fire Apparatus Back to Life

A seventy-one year old former City of Gainesville Fire-Rescue apparatus was recently located and will be completely restored in the coming year with the help of community members, the city, and the school. The apparatus, formerly #21, is a 1947 American LaFrance pumper truck. The apparatus was in service for the City until 1982. Preparations are already being made for the complete refurbishment of the truck. Plans are to restore the apparatus as close to its original condition as possible. Read more to see how the GHS Auto Tech class is helping in this tremendous community project...

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Hispanic Heritage Night photos

The PK, Kinder, 1st, and 2nd grade dual language students and teachers hosted the annual Hispanic Heritage Night. Thank you to all the community members, businesses, PTO, and staff who made this big event a succes!


Middle School UIL Virtual Meet

Our first middle school Virtual UIL meet is in the books, and while we have much to improve on, we have some students and teams to highlight:

  • 5th/6th grade Maps, Graphs, and Charts team (Kennedy Dodson, Sky Taylor, Allye Johnson were top three)--2nd place overall; Kennedy Dodson 5th place overall
  • 7th/8th grade Mathematics team (Nolan Gardner, Kenadee Jones, Paola Rico were top three)--2nd place overall; NOLAN GARDNER--1st place!!

  • 7th/8th grade Number Sense--Nolan Gardner-4th place

  • 5th/6th grade Spelling team (Amira Khan, Davis Pouncil, and Adrian Suarez)--3rd place team; Amira Khan 2nd place overall

We are super proud of our students who competed against hundreds of other students from all classification levels!

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District participates in Leadership Gainesville

GISD has three district leaders and two GHS seniors participating this year in Leadership Gainesville. Wednesday was the first of 10 classes and the five, along with 15 other classmates, participated in Municipal Government Day. Dave Glancy, Reagan Lynch, Brittenie Polk; Student Council President Matilin Rigsby & Senior President Kimberly Rodriguez

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FFA Awareness Day

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On October 9th, 35 members of the Gainesville FFA attended Ag Awareness Day at the State Fair of Texas. When they arrived, students supported the local community by donating 164 canned goods to the North Texas Food Bank.
From there, they took part in an educational scavenger hunt across the fair grounds that required students to locate a variety of facts and statistics about Texas agriculture.
The day concluded with a special agricultural message and the recognition of youth leadership and development organizations in the state.
We are so proud of our Leopards for braving the rainy weather to represent Gainesville High School and Gainesville FFA at the State Fair of Texas this year!

Coach Polk speaks to Kiwanis Club

At the Gainesville Kiwanis club meeting, Coach Polk was the guest speaker. He talked to the club about his first 2 1/2 years as the Athletic Director and Head football coach and his vision for the future. He spoke to the growth in athletic participation, expectations for student athletes, leadership opportunities provided to his coaching staff, and thanked the Board for their support and belief in the program.

GHS District CC Results

Goldsworthy advances to Cross Country Regionals

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District Events

Coming up this Week: Edison Hispanic Heritage Night on Thursday, GJH District CC Meet on Wednesday, GHS District CC Meet on Thursday

GHS Alumni Association

The Alumni Association now accepts online donations!


See what's happening in GJHS and GHS Athletics! See schedules, game results, sign up for team alerts, and more!

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