Recent Ball High School graduate Ronaldo Salazar is heading to the University of Texas at Austin in the fall where he received a full-ride scholarship through The Terry Foundation.
Dr. Matthew Neighbors has been named the Lone Finalist for Galveston ISD’s Superintendent of Schools position – a decision made by the district’s Board of Trustees during a special board meeting held May 24.
Galveston ISD staff members and administrators gathered this week to recognize the 2022-2023 employees and teachers of the year during an annual celebration hosted by GISD’s Department of Human Capital Management.
Congratulations are due for Central Middle School’s 7th and 8th-grade tennis teams for their strong showing in the recent junior high district tournament.. A special shout-out goes to Griffin Rees and Brian Alvarado for winning the 8th-grade boys’ doubles championship.
Thanks to GISD’s new middle school realignment that began this year, Central Middle School has been able to start a soccer program. There are now enough players in both grades at the campus, seventh and eighth, to compete in soccer against other teams in the surrounding area.
Galveston ISD will host its second and last free in-person registration fair for the 2023-2024 school year from 7:30 to 5 p.m. Monday, June 12, in the district’s Annex Building located at 3906 Ave. T for any families or individuals who would like in-person assistance with the district’s online enrollment or re-enrollment process for grades pre-K through 12.
Multiple bilingual staff members will be available to assist both English and Spanish-speaking families.
Submissions for 2023-2024 Hall of Honor nominees are now being accepted.
To learn more about GISD's Hall of Honor, nomination requirements, or to access the online nomination form, click here.
Congratulations to Dr. Julia Ramirez, Rosenberg Elementary Principal, for being selected as GISD's E3 Employee of the month!
"My favorite part of my job is the opportunity to collaborate with staff, students, parents and the community to provide educational opportunities for students in the best environment possible," Dr. Ramirez said.
To say that 19-year-old Ball High School alumna Kaylhan Garcia is impressive is an understatement.
A 2021 Ball High School graduate and Galveston native, Garcia is currently a sophomore attending American University in Washington D.C. while pursuing a degree in data science for justice law and criminology with a minor in Spanish.
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