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Medical Requirements
 for College Entrance

State Vaccine Requirements
            for K-12

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Message from the Superintendent
As superintendent of Grand Saline ISD, my first priority is to provide a quality education for every student in a safe and rewarding learning environment. Our vision at Grand Saline is, “Changing the World One Student at a Time”. The talented and committed staff in our district plays a key role in helping achieve this vision. I thank them for all they do every day for our students.
  ~Trish Elliott, Superintendent

Educational Foundation Established

An Educational Foundation has been established in order to support Grand Saline ISD.  The Foundation is a separately-incorporated 501(c) (3) foundation.  The mission of the Foundation is to create philanthropic support to enhance and complement the goals of Grand Saline ISD and its students by uniting businesses, the community, and its alumni groups.

An immediate goal is to provide scholarships to graduating seniors this year.  The Foundation wishes to unite all groups in raising funds to continue giving scholarships and in the future, we hope to develop an endowment fund that can also provide ongoing scholarships for GSHS graduates.

At this time, the Foundation is asking for Grand Saline alumni and friends to submit the following form so that we can send you the upcoming newsletter.  If you would like to contribute to the Foundation, donations can be sent to the Grand Saline Educational Foundation, P. O. Box 505, Grand Saline, Texas 75140.




Gifted and Talented Program Now Accepting Nominations 

Grand Saline Independent School District is now accepting recommendations for spring testing of students in grades 1-11, for the Gifted and Talented Program.  Deadline for submitting recommendations for the program will be Thursday, April 30, 2015.  For more information about the program, contact Debby Morse at 903-962-8171.   Recommendations may be made by anyone with knowledge of the student’s academic abilities.

El Districto Escolar Independiente de Grand Saline esta aceptando recomendaciones para las evaluaciones de primavera del programa para Alumnos con Talentos (Gifted and Talented Program). La fecha del cierre para el recibo de las recommendaciones es el Jueves, 30 de abril 2015.  Para mas informacion sobre el programma, lame a Debby Morse al 903-962-8171.  Las recomendaciones pueden ser hechas por calquier persona.

Notice of Trustee Election





Van Zandt County Childrens Advocacy Center
Race to the Rescue Superhero Run

(Dress up as you favorite SUPERHERO)
April 25th 2015

9AM Canton High School
Family Atmosphere\Kids 100 Yard Dash
For Details: VZCCAC
903- 567-1212              

The State of Texas 2013-2014 School Report Card for Grand Saline ISD is now available.  You may access a copy of each campus report under Quicklinks, Legal Postings.

Highly Qualified Teacher Reports Available

Section 1119 of the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) focuses on improving teacher quality at the local level. To achieve this goal, the act requires all teachers teaching core subject academic areas to meet specific competency and educational requirements. Teachers who meet these requirements are considered “Highly Qualified.”

Click here for District Report:



2014-2015 TAIS Needs Assessment and Improvement Plan for Grand Saline ISD
may be accessed under Quicklinks, Legal Postings.


Texas Academic Progress Report (TAPR) is now available. 
The report can be accessed under Quicklinks, Legal Postings.

Financial Integrity Rating System of Texas (FIRST) (3).pdf

District and Campus Ratings for Community and Student Engagement Click the link for more information. dept fps.jpg
What must I do if I suspect abuse or neglect of a child?

If a child is in immediate danger, call 911 or your local police first. Then call the Texas
Abuse Hotline to make a report. The Texas Child Abuse Hotline is open 24/7/365. The
number is 800-252-5400. You can 
click here to access the web site. Report via the online
reporting system for non-urgent situations only. A non-urgent situation means that
intervention is not needed within 24 hours. face.jpg
Parent Involvement Newsletters

Click here for Title I Statewide Initiatives Parent Involvement Newsletters.


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