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  • Hello MAC Family!
    This year is ending in a different way than we wanted for our students, but especially for our 5th graders. We couldn't hold our normal awards ceremony, but we still wanted to recognize the 5th graders for their hard work this year. Enjoy!
    Hola familia MAC!
    Este año está terminando de una manera diferente a la que queríamos para nuestros estudiantes, pero especialmente para nuestros alumnos de 5to grado. No pudimos celebrar nuestra ceremonia normal de entrega de premios, pero aún queríamos reconocer a los alumnos de 5th grado por su arduo trabajo este año. ¡Disfrutar!

"We'll Rise Again" by Mr. Killough

MacArthur News

  • Reopening of Schools 2020-2021

    Plans are underway to welcome our students and staff back to school for the 2020-2021 school year! Please check this webpage often to keep updated on the latest news and plans for reopening our schools and to become familiar with the options presented to parents/guardians for their child(ren)s' educational settings for the 2020-2021 school year. Please note, however, that Reopening Plans are subject to change in order to remain in compliance with ever-changing guidance from our local and state officials, the Harris County Public Health Department (HCPH), the Texas Education Agency (TEA), and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).

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  • GPISD Parent Survey

    Galena Park I.S.D. is developing plans for how we will possibly reopen schools for the 2020-2021 school year based on recommendations from state and federal officials, and would like your feedback. Please take a short survey to help the District plan for next school year.

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  • GPISD Parent Needs Survey

    Click here to complete the GPISD Needs Assessment Survey.

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  • MAC Family Check-In

    Please click here and take one minute of your time to check-in to let MAC know how you are doing! -Maria Munoz, Principal

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  • Counselor's Corner Update

    If you are in need of counseling services during school closures, click on the link for more information.

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  • Frequently Asked Questions & Important Information Regarding COVID-19

    Galena Park I.S.D. continues to follow the guidance and recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), Harris County Public Health Department and Harris County Office of Emergency Management concerning the recent news of the novel (new) coronavirus disease. Please note, the District is aggressively practicing social distancing and ask our school community to do the same. Families are strongly encouraged to please click here for more information.

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  • GPISD Announces Full-Day Pre-Kindergarten

    To increase your child’s readiness for kindergarten, Galena Park I.S.D. will begin to offer a full-day Pre-Kindergarten program for 4 year-old students at all campuses. A half day program is also offered for 3 year-old students at select campuses.

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District Announcements

  • April Parent Connect Newsletter

    We are deeply committed to offering excellent educational experiences for our students and we want to keep you informed of upcoming events, successes and happenings in GPISD. In Galena Park ISD, our students are extremely important to us and so are you. Please enjoy this edition of a newsletter especially designed for you. Thank you for taking the time to stay connected!

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  • Removal of Unauthorized/Disruptive Persons

    As of August 26, 2018 all school districts are subject to the Commissioner’s new rules regarding the removal of a disruptive person from a campus. More information regarding this new rule can be found in Chapter 37, section 37.105 of the Texas Education Code, which addresses: Unauthorized Persons, Refusal of Entry, Ejection, and Identification.

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  • Blackboard Parentlink Notification System - TCPA

    Galena Park ISD regularly provides mass notifications to parents, guardians, students, and faculty regarding weather closures, threat situations, event scheduling, or to provide other important education-related information. These messages not only drive positive educational outcomes, they can also save lives.

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