United for GCISD is an alliance of community members and organizations dedicated to restoring excellence, independence, and respect in the Grapevine-Colleyville Independent School District by electing board trustees that align with these core community values.
GCISD Board of Trustees Election
Early Voting — April 24 – May 2
Election Day — May 6
Next GCISD Board of Trustees Meeting: Monday, April 24.
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Deep Dive: Privatizing public education?
Why is the GCISD Board no longer taking a strong stance to protect public schools?
Deep Dive: Transparency and Truth in GCISD
We’re sorry in advance for how long this is, but here are eight new points to consider. It’s time for the board majority to be transparent about their goals.
Deep Dive: GCISD and the STAAR test
The Texas Education Agency has consistently ranked GCISD as a top school district. What is the truth about GCISD students’ performance on the STAAR test?
Deep Dive: GCISD Teacher dissatisfaction and resignations
How GCISD lost its Top 100 Places to Work award in the weeks after New School Board Majority took over
Staffing Tracker updated monthly
Deep Dive: Book Bans in GCISD
District bans ~ 300 books, despite very low parent interest in literary censorship, and cancels book fairs in knee-jerk reaction.
Posted in December | Updated in February
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The Bigger Picture
Learn more about who is really behind the New Board Majority’s Takeover of GCISD and public schools in the United States.
GCISD in the News
- Deep Dive: Why is the GCISD Board no longer taking a strong stance to protect public schools?
- Deep Dive: Transparency and Truth in GCISD, 8 Truths
- Deep Dive: The truth about GCISD students’ performance on the STAAR test
- Texas Legislature gears up to tackle long-standing and fresh issues in public education. Here’s what you need to know.
- Grapevine-Colleyville ISD projects $6.3M shortfall after 6 months of data
We pledge to tell the truth about the successes in GCISD and get families out to vote, dispel false accusations about our teachers, administrators, and students, and work to elect independent trustees who are running to truly serve the students in GCISD and not outside political forces.
All is not lost, if we unite. That’s where you come in. Join the movement to be UNITED for GCISD.
Texas Bipartisan Alliance is the 501c4 sponsor of United for GCISD.