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  • For the safety of our students, the track at Gainesville Junior High (Old Leeper Stadium) will be closed to the public from 6:30am to 4:30pm weekdays beginning Monday, August 22nd for Junior High activities. It will be open each evening after 4:30pm. Gates to the track will also be opened for public use at 4:30pm each Friday and will stay open through Sunday.

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 Superintendent:  Dr. Jeff Brasher
 
GHS: 665-5528
LEE: 668-6662
EDISON: 665-6091
GJHS: 665-4062
CHALMERS: 665-4147
BUSES: 665-1431 
 
 ADMIN:  (940) 665-4362  ADMIN FAX:  (940) 665-4473
 Office Hours:  7:45AM - 4:30PM
Closed from 12PM-1PM
Close at 4PM on Fridays
800 S. Morris Gainesville, TX 76240 

  • District Spelling Bee

    Amira Khan (Chalmers-4th grade), finished in 1st place and will represent GISD at the Cooke County Spelling Bee, which will be held on February 7 at 2pm at the GISD Administration Center. Nolan Gardner (Lee-6th grade) finished 2nd and Johany Marin (Lee- 5th grade), finished 3rd. Read more...

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  • MLK Scholarships Awarded

    Five GHS students were awarded scholarships at the MLK Celebration. Gabby Brasher, Mary Gerken, and Patrick Walterscheid were each presented the MLK scholarship and Thalia Hernandez and Kasabian Flowers-Lee each received the NCTC award. Read more...

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  • Resolution Adopted to Repeal A-F System

    The Board of Trustees unanimously approved a resolution at its meeting on December 19, 2016 concerning the A-F accountability rating system for Texas public schools. Read more....

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  • Superior Financial Rating

    GISD received “Superior Achievement” and a perfect score under Texas’ Schools FIRST financial accountability rating system, demonstrating the quality of GISD’s financial management and reporting system. Read more....

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  • College Scholarships Earned

    GHS had an additional 5 students complete the G.E.A.R. internship program this fall, each earning more than $5,600 in college scholarships. On November 15, G.E.A.R. organizers and mentors recognized these students with a scholarship ceremony held at Select Energy Services.

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