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Ag Facility Update

After much anticipation, students were able to move their animals into the new GHS Ag facility. Students are now able to house and train their animals in the new facility. Due to a longer contruction timeline than orginally scheduled, show animals have been temporarily housed in multiple locations up until this week. We have happy students, happy animals, and happy Ag teachers!
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We want to hear from you!

Attention GISD parents:

A parent survey has been released and will be open through December 21st at 4pm. The survey is an opportunity for you to provide input that will be used to drive future planning efforts in GISD. As we continue the work of strengthening the academic experience of our students and partnerships with our community, it is critical that ALL stakeholders be heard. In doing so, we will create an environment that promotes unity, support and opportunities for our leaders of tomorrow. Thanks in advance for your input and willingness to be part of our future planning efforts.

Link to Parent Surveys

GJH Spelling Bee Results

On Monday, December 10, GJH held the annual Scripps Spelling Bee. Ten Gainesville Junior High students participated in the competition. The top three will advance to the District bee on January 31. The champion, Uriel Tellez, will also compete at the Cooke County Bee on February 11. The winning word was flambeau.

The top three were:
1st: Uriel Tellez (7th)
2nd: Benson Tran (8th)
3rd: Johany Marin (7th)

Participants were: Participants were Presea Reed, Loreto Balderas Galan , Samantha Cervantez, Ximena Hinojosa, KK Phillips, Brooklyn Thurman, and Kenadee Jones.

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Service Learning Project

Mrs. Stogner’s 5th Grade Gifted & Talented students did a service learning project to raise items to make "comfort care bags" for Abigail's Arms. Following a visit from Abigail's Arms, students made and hung posters, made morning announcements and wrote letters to local businesses asking for donations. Several area businesses including Tierra Real Estate, Sarah's on the Square, Dura Line, Otts Furniture, and North Texas Children's Dentistry gave donations that allowed the students to make 27 bags for kids in need. On Monday, Abigail's Arms representatives came to Lee to accept the donations from the students.

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Thank you Gainesville Fire Department!

Stop, Drop, and Read winners for the first semester were treated to breakfast at the fire station and then brought to school in the fire truck. Every semester the GFD promotes reading to our students and offers this reward for top readers.

Lee winners: Tristan Samples, La'Shayla Walls, Charles Dooley, Reece Kelley

Edison winners: Chelsey Garner and Miranda White

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GHS students attend Leadership Gainesville History, Art, and Culture Day

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Dissecting Sheep Brains in 7th grade Med Tech!

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5th graders perform with recorders

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6th grade choir concert

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Basketball Schedules

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

District Events

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

Community Events

The Chamber of Commerce weekly community corkboard shares a variety of events going on throughout the Chamber businesses.

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