G-P Education Foundation
Gregory-Portland ISD schools have announced their Campus Teachers of the Year (listed below), each of whom will be recognized, with two District Teachers of the Year announced, at the annual G-PISD Teacher of the Year Banquet hosted by the Gregory-Portland Education Foundation. Sponsorships and tickets are available to attend this invitation-only event (and for those who would like to sponsor but may be unable to attend in person, there is a "no table option" for sponsors). Please see the information below, and contact us with any questions!
Teacher of the Year Banquet - Thursday, March 26, 2020 @ 6 p.m. | Northshore Country Club
Ready to confirm your sponsorship? CLICK HERE to complete the sponsor form online!
Contact us with any questions: 361.777.1091 | Email to Chelo Flores: email@example.com
The G-P Education Foundation visited all six (6) Gregory-Portland ISD schools on Friday, November 15, 2019, to surprise 20 G-P teachers with $13,753.65 in grant awards -- the FIRST-EVER (inaugural) grants awarded by the foundation! Programs will impact at least 1,705 G-P students this school year alone, and more in the years to come.
THANK YOU, DONORS! - Grants were made available thanks to our individual and private donors, as well as proceeds from the 2019 Teacher of the Year Banquet last May ... and a $5,000 gift from the Kiwanis Club of Portland (provided by the West Family / Dairy Queens of South Texas).
Will you help us REACH OUR GOAL -- 1,000 individual supporters in the G-P community giving $5 per month to the G-PEF? CLICK HERE to learn more ... Thank you!
The Gregory-Portland Education Foundation (G-PEF) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization established to serve and support G-PISD students and teachers, as well as students in surrounding districts involved in programs (for example, Career and Technology Education) which may also include G-PISD students. The Board of Directors is comprised of community leaders with a passion for education, who share a collective desire to see our students succeed and our teachers recognized for their outstanding work. CLICK HERE for a listing of G-PEF board members.
|G-PEF Funding Priorities include:|
|Grants to teachers/schools for creative educational programs resulting in student success;|
|Scholarships for students attending a college, university, or trade school; and|
|Awards and recognition for teaching excellence.|