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Grand Saline ISD Events

Title I/Special Programs Parent Information Meeting

Date: October 4, 2022
Time: 5:00 PM
Format: Elementary Cafeteria In Person and Facebook Live
Topics: Title I
CTE
Dyslexia
504
ESL
G/T
Special Education

Parent Night ENGLISH.pdf

Parent Night ESPANOL.pdf

Please send any questions prior to the meeting to Debby Morse, dmorse@grandsalineisd.net and we will address those during the meeting.

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Welcome to Grand Saline Middle School

Student of the Month
Johnny Mendoza

Student of the Month

Employee of the Month
Caroline LaPrade

Employee of the month
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Principal

Michael Mize
mmize@grandsalineisd.net
903-962-7537 ext 301

Middle School Schedule Pick-Up Times

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About GSMS

Our Campus Mission Statement:
 
"We believe our students at GSMS will achieve  GREATNESS  and  CHANGE THE WORLD . This will be done through the gift of teaching to inspire our students to discover and develop their talents. We encourage community support throughout their educational journey."
Library books  Every student is expected to check out a library book. In order to encourage reading fluency, upon arrival to the gym in the morning, students will read until tutorials begin. Students should be reading at home at least 10 minutes per/night. We also encourage students to record books they read to go toward the "40 Book Challenge"!


Our amazing students do community service in our city. We believe that serving the community is a vital part of learning leadership. The students and faculty work very hard for two days to give a fresh look to the facility. 
 
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Respiratory Etiquette: Cover Your Coughs and Sneezes

To help stop the spread of germs, during the cold and flu season, here are a few simple respiratory etiquette tips to keep in mind:

  1. Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when you cough or sneeze.

  2. If you don’t have a tissue, cough or sneeze into your elbow, not into your hands.  When you blow your nose, throw away the tissue and wash your hands immediately.

  3. Don’t touch your face (nose, ears, eyes, mouth) with your hands – this minimizes the chance of getting sick!

  4. Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.

  5. Carry a hand sanitizer for times when you don’t have access to soap and water.

When it comes to respiratory etiquette, a few good manners are good for everyone.    

Stay Well!!!

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