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Homer Johnson leaves mark on GISD

Leaving a lasting mark, Homer Johnson has announced his retirement from Garland ISD. The legendary Executive Director of Athletics will end a 68-year career with the district Aug. 31. “Sixty-eight years of service in education is incredible, but 68 years in one place is unheard of,” said Superintendent Bob Morrison. Johnson’s ties to GISD actually reach even further back. ...Full Article

Alpha Charter School adds staff

Garland’s Alpha Charter School has recently added two new staff members. Michael Watkins will serve as principal and Trina Garnes will be Director of Teaching and Learning/Grant Coordinator. Michael ...Full Article

Alpha Charter announces free, reduced-priced meal policy

Alpha Charter School, 701 West State Street, Garland, Texas 75040 announced its policy for providing free and reduced-price meals for children served under the current income eligibility guidelines. Each ...Full Article

Join GISD bus drivers’ family

The most important requirement for Garland ISD bus drivers is that they love children. According to Ernest Del Bosque, an assistant director in the Transportation Department, driving a school ...Full Article

SGHS students excel in auto collision repair program

South Garland High School 2016 graduates Juana Morales and Diego Ayala not only enjoyed success in the auto body collision repair class at South Garland High School, the duo ...Full Article

GHS math/science team excels

The Garland High School math/science team traveled to Lubbock July 12 to attend the seventh Texas Tech Summer Math/Science Camp and compete at the July 16 contest.  Led by ...Full Article

GISD adopts changes in ELL

Transforming bilingual education in Garland ISD, the district announced a new direction for its English Language Learners Department (ELL) during the July 19 board meeting. Bilingual LEADS, which stands ...Full Article

NAACP, GISD host Back-to-School Rally

It feels like summer just started but the first day of school, Aug. 22, will be here soon. Garland ISD and the Garland Unit of the NAACP will work ...Full Article

NGHS student receives AFL-CIO scholarship

Thirty students from affiliated union families in Texas are receiving a $1,000 boost from the 2016 Texas AFL-CIO Scholarship Program toward paying for their higher educations. One of the ...Full Article

Harmony Garland grad receives Congressional Award

Harmony Public Schools is proud to announce that 2016 graduate Ahmet Selimoglu has been awarded the Congressional Award Gold Medal in recognition of his efforts toward volunteer service, personal ...Full Article
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