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Economic Changes & Rising Student Enrollment

Learn what's ahead for G-PISD by listening to the CATCast, Episode #5, hosted by Senior Skyla Martini! This podcast release will give you early insight about how G-P is growing, changing, and expanding in the years ahead -- don't miss it! Listen to the CATCast

Calling all 'Cats!

Join us on the green for the first-ever G-P Education Foundation WILDCAT INVITATIONAL Golf Tournament, teeing off Friday, March 17, 2023 at Northshore Country Club! Sign up today - space is limited! Learn More & Sponsor this Event

Free Student Meals for 2023-2024

Our G-PISD School Board and Administration care about making sure all students are fed at school, and families are able to navigate inflation during these times. As a result, they are funding free student meals for the second consecutive year. Limited-Time Offer - Learn More!

Grateful for our Amazing School Board!

January is School Board Recognition Month, and we have countless reasons to appreciate our elected Trustees. Please thank a School Board member today for their incredible leadership!

TAPR Public Hearing

A public hearing is scheduled for public discussion of the 2021-2022 Texas Academic Performance Report (TAPR) for the Gregory-Portland Independent School District.  The hearing will take place during the regular meeting of the Board of Trustees on January 23, 2023, at 5:00 p.m. at the Gregory-Portland ISD District Administration building located at 1200 Broadway, Portland, TX. 

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Chapter 313 Agreements & G-PISD

Curious about why Gregory-Portland ISD considers Chapter 313 Agreements with local industry? Click below to learn more!

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Building a Culture of Voting in the G-P Community

Your Gregory-Portland ISD School Board is encouraging the practice of voting in every election, and helping share voting information with the G-P community. Read More

Early Childhood Center - Progress Report

Hear from our Superintendent and district leaders regarding the latest progress for completion of the Early Childhood Center, including a project timeline update and access to more information! Watch this Video

G-PISD Board, Superintendent celebrate Employees of the Month

We're G-P PROUD for many reasons, including our phenomenal TEAM who serves the community we know and love! Click below to learn who are our recent Employees of the Month! Read More

Central Office hosts Quarterly Birthday Luncheons

Throughout the school year, G-PISD teams have hosted (and personally funded) luncheons for their Central Office colleagues to celebrate together. Here are a few photos of the last lunch of the year! View the Photos

New Design for District Calendar!

The official, approved District Calendar for the coming school year now has a new look! Click below to review, download, and save a copy at home ... and be sure to plan for the return to school on Thursday, August 11, 2022! View the Calendar

Celebrating our Teachers of the Year!

G-P Teachers are HEROES to us, and this year's honorees are representing G-P with purpose and passion to EDUCATE, INSPIRE, and EMPOWER our Wildcats! Thank you, Teachers of the Year! View Photos & Videos

District Leaders challenge G-P Staff & Community

Your G-PISD School Board and Superintendent VOTED EARLY on the first day they could, Wildcats ... and they're challenging YOU to get out and VOTE too! We aim for ALL staff and community to make their voice heard at the polls -- remember: G-P VOTES! Read More

Looking for a Great Place to Belong?

Join TEAM G-P, and find your work family right here just like Freddy (28 years) and Danny (25 years) -- proud members of our incredible Maintenance & Facilities Department! View Job Postings

Season of Champions

Our School Board, Superintendent, and Leadership Cabinet are looking forward to playing the local Champions this Spring, and many of our school teams are scheduling games too! GO CHAMPIONS & GO WILDCATS!

Ribbon Cutting & Dedication of John Kline Stadium @ G-PMS

G-PISD celebrates the legacy of G-P legend, the late Coach John Kline, whose name now graces our new athletic stadium and complex at G-P Middle School! View the Photos

Young Scholars excited to read @ TM Clark

Mrs. Grumbles had quite a surprise for her 1st Grade leaders during a Dr. Suess book read -- homemade green eggs and ham! Click below to view the photos. View the Photos

G-P celebrates opening of the Dr. Paul Clore CTE Center

Our new Dr. Paul Clore Career and Technical Education (CTE) Center is now officially dedicated and open at G-P High School! Here, our students will build real-world skills for lifelong success. View the Photos

G-PISD LEADERS PRESENT AT TASA/TASB CONFERENCE

Our School Board and Superintendent were chosen to share their insight and experiences with fellow district leaders at this year's state TASA/TASB Conference! #goGPwildcats

Bond 2020 Progress Report

Our G-P community can find the latest news and information related to Bond 2020 projects anytime, here on our website. Click below to view! Read More

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"What makes me proud to be a G-P Wildcat is the community."
Olivia Deleon, 4th Grade | East Cliff Elementary
"G-P is fun and the teachers are very nice. I have lots of friends, and learn interesting things."
Ainsley Harper Thomas, 3rd Grade | W.C. Andrews Elementary
"The teachers always have a super fun way of teaching."
Addison Devenney, 5th Grade | S.F. Austin Elementary
"I'm proud to be a Wildcat because I feel like I can be myself."
Cheyenne Cuellar, 9th Grade | G-P High School
"The environment here allows for character building and positive relationships."
Jakob Smith, Class of 2022 | G-P High School
"My teachers are kind, helpful, caring and super nice!"
Abigail Bowden, 4th Grade | T.M. Clark Elementary
"We get a great education, and the teachers are nice."
Brody Sanchez, 6th Grade | G-P Middle School
 
 
 
 

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“G-PISD schools strive to prepare students for the future."Eli Gerick, 11th Grade