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Medical Requirements
 for College Entrance

State Vaccine Requirements
            for K-12

GSISD Sick Policy
Yearbooks for Sale 

Yearbooks will be $45.  A deposit of $25 will hold a book and the balance must be paid by May 15, 2015.  Make checks payable to GSHS Yearbook.  They are sold by the librarians on all campuses except the high school.  See Mrs. Jackson or the front office to purchase one at the high school.  They may also be purchased online Balfour Yearbooks pic.jpg
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

Sports Booster Scholarship Application

* Scholorship Application Form  *  Explanitation of Requirements for Scholorship


Parent Huddle Newsletter

News From ED Header.

If you follow the Department of Education’s Homeroom Blog or one of our many social media accounts, you may be wondering why we’ve spent the last week talking about the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

On January 1, the 2015-16 FAFSA became available, and if you’re a student who will be going to college, a parent of a college-bound student, or a counselor, you should know that filling out the FAFSA is key to getting access to $150 billion in grants, loans, and works-study funds. You read that right, $150 billion. So to make sure you (or your students) don’t leave money on the table, we’ve compiled some great posts on getting that FAFSA filed.

FAFSA Challenge Video

Check out all of our FAFSA resources including tips for parents, common mistakes, and why you should fill out the FAFSA, and don't forget to share this important information with your followers on social media:

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FAFSA Super Saturday Feb. 28

The Tyler Area Chamber of Commerce Business Education Council is partnering with the East Texas Human Needs Network, Tyler Junior College, The University of Texas at Tyler, Texas College, Wiley College and the Tyler Independent School District to sponsor the region’s first-ever FAFSA Super Saturday event on Saturday, Feb. 28. The goal of the initiative is to increase the number of FAFSA completers in the region.

A press release is attached. In it you will find details about the event, which will take place from 9 am to 2 pm at four Tyler locations: John Tyler and Robert E. Lee high schools, the Hispanic Services Center and the Tyler Public Library.

Your high school campus is also encouraged to observe Super Saturday either by taking part with an additional location or by informing your high school juniors and seniors so that they may participate at one of the four Tyler locations. Promotional items from participating colleges will be distributed and there will be door prizes and one grand prize for those who complete an exit survey following submission of their FAFSA.

               Grand Saline FFA is Sponsoring

                              Click picture for more information
                        Saturday February 28th  9am - noon
                         Where - Grand Saline High School

Bad Weather Closing

The district may close school because of bad weather or emergency
conditions.  When such conditions exist, the Superintendent will make
the official decision concerning the closing of the district's facilities.
When it becomes necessary to open late, to release students early,
or to cancel school, district officials will post a notice on the district's
Web site, use the Alert Now system of GSISD, and notify the following
radio and television stations:

KMOO -- 99.0 -

KLTV --Channel 7 --

FOX 4 -- Channel 4 --

WFAA --Channel 8 --

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

Proposed Budget 2013-2014

Proposed Budget for 2012-2013 (Excel Spreadsheet)

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Adopted budget 2012-2013.xlsx

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
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Parent Involvement Newsletters

Click here for Title I Statewide Initiatives Parent Involvement Newsletters.


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