GCISD's Superintendent for the past 13 years, Dr. Robin Ryan, is resigning from his position pending approval of the board at their regularly scheduled meeting this Monday the 26th.
We wish him well.
"North Texas School Districts Adopt Policies Excluding Explicit Content, CRT from Educational Materials"
On August 22, two Dallas-Fort-Worth area school districts made significant changes to their standards of instruction and education materials. Grapevine-Colleyville ISD is one of them.
"What Happened in GCISD Isn't an Accident, It's a Model"
Policy reforms in GCISD began with the taxpayers. Last night was the culmination of a this community-led reform to take back our public schools from the social engineers and propaganda pushers who for too long have had free reign over the minds of our children.
"Grapevine-Colleyville ISD passes new policies on teaching race, sexuality"
GRAPEVINE, Texas - A suburban school board approved controversial new policies that limit classroom lessons on race and gender.
The Grapevine-Colleyville Independent School District in Texas voted Monday to ban the teaching of critical race theory and not promote, require, or encourage the usage of pronouns not aligned with a student’s actual sex.
The 4-3 vote also implemented a strict process for reviewing library books.
GCISD board President Casey Ford said the changes, which passed by a 4-3 vote, are a product of “input from several groups,” including the board, district lawyers, school administrators, community members and legislators.
"GCISD: We're an Independent School District -- What does that mean?"
In Texas, we have local control of our public schools. For better, and worse, our system entrusts the local community to identify leaders to step up and govern their schools. And step up we have.
"Change Has Come to GCISD, and We're Just Getting Started"
Trustee Vice President Shannon Braun comments on transformations taking place in Grapevine-Colleyville ISD (GCISD). She describes how, in the last several years, parents and taxpayers have begun to take back their local schools.
After an eye-opening board meeting on April 25th, GCISD once again receives attention in the national spotlight. At that meeting, the first ever "Classical Social and Emotional Learning" proposal made its way into the public sphere. Read the Epoch Times article featuring the proposal below.