The GWISD Newsletters provide useful information to parents and students and are updated quarterly. Stay current with the latest in direction of the district, campus events and information, clubs and academic competitions, or athletic schedules and news. To read newsletters for the 2016-2017 school year, 2015-16 school year, 2014-2015 school year, or 2013-2014 school year, please click on the links below.
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George West ISD is partnering with the Education Service Center, and other school districts throughout our region, and will be participating in a school . . .
The George West Longhorn Band Boosters will be collecting donations for the Hurricane victims at tonight's JV/Freshman game. Please bring any items you can donate to . . .
After months of anticipation and excitement, George West ISD is completing the construction project at the high school. School administrators, boar d members, and contractors have been working on the current . . .
When it comes to school notification systems, reliability, ease of use, and security are the most important considerations. That's why we rely on the SchoolMessenger . . .
Progress on the gym, student center, and band hall—April Update
The steep walk at the main gate has been removed. A graded, ADA accessible sidewalk is being installed.
The pictures above are of the demolition work at the elementary campus. The pictures below are of the new construction at the high school campus.
The current Bond Project consists of the addition of a student activity center, band hall, and gymnasium to the west side of the high school. Also included will be . . .
GWISD hopes you are enjoying the Parent Portal . Please be aware that the address has changed. If you haven't signed up yet, please go by your . . .
Health Special Risk, Inc. voluntary student insurance products help protect kids from the bumps and bruises of growing up. . . .