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G-PJH Yearbooks Still Available!!

The best memories are the ones we can flip through years from now -- and this year's moments from G-PJH are up for sale in a hard-bound, commemorative yearbook!

There is a limited amount of yearbooks left in the office and they are still for sale through the summer!! If you missed out on getting yours during the school year, stop by during the summer to purchase a copy for $45.

Proceeds benefit G-PJH students and campus programs. For more information, call the school office at 361-777-4042.

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8th grade students wishing to take Speech and/or Health during the summer must come pick up their registration form from the counselor starting May 10th. To complete the process, they will take the completed forms and payment to Gregory-Portland High School. Courses are May 31st - June 29th and will take place at the high school.

Enrollment for Credit Recovery Summer School and/or 8th-grade STAAR Math or Reading retests will begin on the 15th of May and will take place here at the Junior High. Enrollment dates are from the 15th - 25th of May. Credit-Recovery classes are May 31 - June 15th and STAAR Math or Reading retest classes are June 5 - June 21 at Gregory-Portland Junior High School. Junior-high summer school hours are Monday - Thursday from 8:00am - 3:30pm. Summer breakfast and lunch will be provided for 7th and 8th graders at the junior high school.

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Chris Kasner honored as Campus Teacher of the Year!

Gregory-Portland ISD hosted the annual Teacher of the Year Banquet on May 4th, where our own Coach Chris Kasner was recognized for his outstanding commitment to our students. CLICK HERE to view more photos from this event, including a video clip of the G-P High School Choir's tribute to all seven honorees from across the district! #GPpride

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“My school has great teachers, and people here are always
willing to stand up for a friend.” Kyla Makenzie Johnson, 7th Grade

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