Moody Early Childhood Center (MECC) has learned of two positive COVID-19 tests results from staff members. The staff members are not assigned to classrooms and have had minimal contact with other staff or students. Out of an abundance of caution and a genuine effort to keep everyone safe, the decision has been made to close MECC for two weeks. Parents should have received a letter today with more details. Stay safe and healthy and we look forward to opening MECC back up on Tuesday, July 7.
The mission of Moody Early Childhood Center is to provide a warm, caring and stimulating early childhood educational environment for our PreK 3 children.
A highly qualified staff, including full-time certified teachers, provide personal attention with educational opportunities that encourage each child's physical, social, emotional and intellectual growth.
Our school offers a high-quality early childhood education for the children of our community.
Three Teen Health clinics with exterior doors have reopened on Monday, March 23. They will begin making appointments for children who do not have any symptoms or contacts that could indicate a Coronavirus case. Appointments are required until further notice and patients will be screened on the phone and at the door.
Torres, a Ball High School senior, will become the school’s first graduate since 1991 to become a first-year cadet, or plebe, at the United States Military Academy at West Point.
The National Forum to Accelerate Middle-Grades Reform and the Texas Association of Secondary School Principals as part of a national recognition program have designated Austin Middle School in Galveston, TX and Galveston ISD as a Texas School to Watch! Austin Middle School joins approximately 50 other campuses across Texas with this distinction and honor.
The Grand is pleased to announce The 25th Annual Grand Kids Festival Banner contest awards! This year, The Grand had 4 districts from Galveston County participate in the annual contest. There were over 1000 entries that went through a two phase selection process. Each year, when the entries are received, 200 of the most outstanding are selected to move on, 50 in each category.
Diagnosed at age 12, the now-18-year-old is living with intractable, drug-resistant epilepsy. He’s a crusader for epilepsy awareness. And he was instrumental in the passage of HB 684, also known as Sam’s Law, passed in this year’s session of the Texas Legislature. The law, now in effect, requires all Texas public school personnel whose duties include regular contact with students to be trained in seizure recognition and seizure first aid.