2006-07 School Year

  • STATE EXAM RE-TESTS SCHEDULED FOR JULY 10-13

    June 27, 2007 - Current Granbury students needing to take exit-level state exams will have an opportunity to take re-tests, which will be administered at Granbury High School and STARS Academy on July 10-13, 2007. These tests are also open to individuals who have completed all graduation requirements but have not mastered all sections of the TAKS (Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills) or the TAAS (Texas Assessment of Academic Skills).

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  • GRANBURY ISD TEACHERS AND COORDINATORS HARD AT WORK ON NEXT YEAR'S CURRICULUM

    June 27, 2007 - With two months remaining before the beginning of the 2007-08 school year, teachers and coordinators in Granbury ISD are busy working on curriculum plans for core subject areas, including English/language arts, math, and science. Teachers from all grade levels have been meeting during the summer in order to revise the scope and sequence for those classes.

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  • SALE OF FORMER CHURCH PROPERTY FALLS THROUGH

    June 26, 2007 - The sale of the former First United Methodist Church property fell through on June 26, 2007, after funding was not received by Granbury ISD in order to complete the real estate closing process. School Board President Jerry Campbell signed documents on June 22, 2007, to finalize the sale. The school district waited four additional days for the buyers to transmit the full amount of the purchase price.

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  • GRANBURY HIGH SCHOOL TEACHER EXPERIENCING CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

    June 20, 2007 - Judy Gentry, a career and technology teacher at Granbury High School, gained knowledge this summer that will benefit her students when the new school year begins. From June 14-26, 2007, Gentry joined thirteen area teachers in serving as externs through the Tech Prep Consortium at Weatherford College.

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  • GRANBURY MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS TRAVELING TO SISTER CITY IN SOUTH KOREA

    June 19, 2007 - Six students from Granbury Middle School will be traveling to South Korea as part of a continuing student exchange program between Granbury and Sinangun, South Korea. The students who will be making the trip from July 17-31, 2007, are Brandt Colborg, Morgan Kirkpatrick, Zach Price, Luke Urbanovsky, Elizabeth Willsher, and Crystal Wong. These students were among a group of mentors hosting eight South Korean students in January. They were selected based on their academic record, character and moral standing, and willingness to serve.

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