We’re pleased to report on achievement and give recognition where it is deserved. Thus, we are pleased to report that the State of Arizona auditor general has released a report that shows GPS is ranked 1st in the state for the amount of dollars finding their way into the classroom. A short video from ABC-15 . . . → Read More: GPS Recognized for Low Administrative Costs
There will be a Strategic Planning meeting on March 10, 2011 @ 5:30pm at the District Office Complex located at 140 S. Gilbert Rd, Gilbert.
The minutes from last meeting can be viewed from the GPS website, or you can click HERE to get them directly. GPS-Strategic Plan-Minutes 02242011
. . . → Read More: Strategic Planning Meeting – Mar 10, 2011 @ 5:30pm, District Office
Come on down and join in recognizing the outstanding teachers for the 3rd Quarter of this school year. Page 10 of the school board packet will show you a list of all the folks being recognized for acheivement at the next meeting.
Also notice that evaluations and contract renewals of school principals is listed.
. . . → Read More: GPS – School Board Meeting – Mar 08, 2011 @ 7pm
Strategic Planning Meeting – 2.24.2011 @ 5:30pm – District Offices . . . → Read More: Strategic Planning Meeting – Feb 24, 2011 @ 5:30pm, District Office
GPS asks school board to approve a “cash advance” to help eliminate the current proposed deficit. . . . → Read More: GPS – School Board Meeting – Feb 22, 2011 @ 7pm
Does anyone remember… Who Is John Galt??? . . . → Read More: Atlas Shrugged – Part I
GPS – Strategic Planning Meeting on Feb 10, 2011. . . . → Read More: GPS – Strategic Planning Meetings – Open to the Public
Spending for $510K stop-light resurrected. New cost?? Unknown. Come see all the new ways GPS intends to abuse the Adjacent Ways budget. . . . → Read More: Adjacent Ways – New Budget Update
Prop 100 saves K-12 in AZ… Whoops, not quite!!! . . . → Read More: Prop 100, The Holy Grail, And New Budget Shortfalls
Kindergarten. When is the best time to start? By policy you can enroll your child if they are 5 years of age on or before September 1st, but you can get a provisional approval if your child is 5 years old before December 31 of the same year.
For decades Kindergarten has been a transitory . . . → Read More: Half-Day K vs. Full-Day K – Discussion on Jan 25th @ District Offices