The competition is hosted by the Texas Association of School Administrators and Texas Association of School Boards for projects that exemplify excellence in planning and design of the learning environment, the release said.
GISD won for its recently renovated Hammerlun Center for Leadership and Learning, which previously functioned as a high school, junior high and elementary school, for the district. It is now the district's main office.
Round Rock ISD was also an award recipient.
The Caudill Award winners were chosen from among 34 projects awarded in the areas of community, planning, transformation, design, value and sustainability, the release said.