6:00 PM Finance Committee Meeting
6:00 PM Board Meeting
Galveston ISD offers charter schools, Science, Technology, Engineering, Math (STEM) programs, magnet schools, and a Mega-Magnet High School with four smaller learning communities. Students are aided by open enrollment as well as the absence of school zones throughout the district.
Galveston ISD is a Schools of Choice District. The Schools of Choice model allows families options of which school to attend within a school system. It is one of the most unique school systems in Texas in that it allows parents to send their children to the school that best serves their interests and needs. There are no school zones and transportation is provided to students to all campuses. Students are able to attend the school of their choice provided the District has available seats at the selected school.
Standard Response Protocol
With the help of our wonderful Ball High School students, we put together a quick video explaining each Standard Response Protocol.
The Standard Response Protocol (SRP) provides consistent, clear, shared language and actions among all students, staff and first responders, that can be applied in any emergency. Click here to learn more.
Your child’s STAAR scores will be posted to the Texas Education Agency Texas Assessment Data Portal. You can view your child’s scores by going to the link below. Simply fill in the requested information to find your child’s unique access code.
Due to the anticipated inclement weather predicted for this evening (Dec. 7) and tomorrow morning (Dec. 8), we have compiled the districts extracurricular activities cancellations and delays. If your student’s activity is not listed below, then the event is still taking place as scheduled.
Twelve Texas school districts have been recognized for their outstanding programs with the release of Texas School Business magazine’s 12th Annual Bragging Rights 2018-2019 special issue.
The 2018 ACT results were recently released and show Ball High School students generally outscoring the state of Texas.
Facing the threat of school violence, districts have reacted with plenty of strategies to prevent such events on their campuses, including beefing up monitoring devices and firearms, exacting harsher penalties on students who issue threats and practicing lockdown.