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  • 5A District Cross Country Meet

    The 5A District Cross Country Meet will be held on Thursday, October 17, 2019 at Centennial Park in Friendswood. The Varsity Boys team will compete at 8:00 a.m. and the Varsity Girls will compete at 8:00 a.m. The 6A District Cross Country Meet will be held on Thursday, October 17, 2019 at Northwest Park in La Porte. The Varsity Boys team will compete at 9:00 a.m. and the Varsity Girls will compete at 9:30 a.m.

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  • Volleyball Update - GPHS vs Santa Fe

    Galena Park started set one playing point for point against the Indians. Solid passing by Aniya Eason and aggressive offensive play by Zoie Garcia and Natalie Macias kept the team in the set. Unfortunately, Santa Fe’s serving and a big, left-handed, right-side hitter kept the score out of reach. Santa Fe won in three sets, 16-25, 9-25, and 12-25.

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  • Volleyball Updates - Woodland Acres vs Null Middle

    The Black team defeated Null in three sets, 25-11, 25-27, and 15-9. The team is playing well and winning sets, but Coach Slife is looking to improve consistency, communication and serving. Mariah Garza and Evelynn Tobias served 100%.

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  • Football Update - GPHS vs Port Arthur

    The varsity football team fell short in their first district game versus the Port Arthur Memorial Titan by a score of 27-8 last Thursday night. The defense played a hard-fought game led by the tackling of Derrick Sampson, Austin Altwein and Brandon Salas. Derrick and Austin each recovered a fumble. Brice Hernandez and Luis Sanchez also made contributions to the Yellowjacket defensive play. The offense was led by Patrick Hernandez and his 100 yards receiving. Patrick’s touchdown reception accounted for the only Yellowjacket points on the board.

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  • Football Updates - Woodland Acres Middle vs Anthony Aguirre

    The Hornets’ Black team were lively on offense with Nathan Cardoza and Ricardo Ferral reeling off some positive rushes up the middle and off the side of the defense. Unfortunately, the rushing wasn’t enough to push the ball into the end zone as the Hornets lost 28-0.

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  • Additional Security Measures

    Middle school and elementary school students will only be allowed entry into the stadium with an accompanying adult. Students will still be allowed to sit in student sections together, as long as this does not result in any type of disruptive behavior. We thank you for your cooperation and support as we work together to maintain a safe and secure environment at the Galena Park ISD stadium while cheering on our students.

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  • Enhanced Security Procedures at GPISD Venues & Facilities

    Our district is committed to maintaining safe and secure environments for our students, staff, parents, visitors and community members. This commitment extends beyond our campus sites to include other district venues and facilities. Please expect enhanced security procedures at the Galena Park ISD stadium and other district events this coming year. While many may consider these enforcements insignificant, inconvenient or unnecessary, each procedure contributes to the overall safety and security of the facility and event.

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  • Expectations for Spectator Behavior

    As a part of a larger commitment to excellence and education, Galena Park ISD is committed to excellence in all of our athletic programs. Participation in athletics encourages the development of positive character traits, which contributes to students’ personal growth and success in life.

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  • RevTrak

    Parents, you may pay for your student's athletic physicals online by utilizing RevTrak.

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