Grapevine-Colleyville ISD is inviting parents, staff and other community stakeholders to express their interest to serve on the district's newly formed education advisory committee.

The details

Director of Communications Rosemary Gladden said that the new EAC will be utilized in an ongoing format to form considerations around education-related topics.

“Our committee will have a broad range of stakeholders to ensure representation of multiple perspectives,” Gladden said.

According to a district news release, the members of the EAC will discuss several issues, including:
  • High school bell schedules for the 2025-26 school year
  • GPA policies
  • Local graduation requirements
The spring committee is currently forming, and meeting dates are set for:
  • Feb. 21
  • March 7
  • March 20
  • April 10
Locations and times will be communicated with those selected to serve on the committee, according to the news release.

The news release states that those individuals wanting to express an interest in joining are encouraged to sign up via the GCISD committee application.

Diving in deeper

Gladden said that GCISD has a variety of committees that offer opportunities for those in the community to become more involved in the district, provide valuable feedback and make a positive impact on the education of GCISD students.

These committees include:
  • School health advisory council
  • District excellence committee
  • Campus excellence committee
  • Diversity advisory council
  • Education advisory committee
  • Leadership GCISD
Quote of note

“This is a great opportunity to engage our parents, staff, community members and business leaders as we work together to shape the future of our schools,” Superintendent Brad Schnautz said. “We want a broad range of representation and encourage anyone interested to sign up for this and other committees, all which serve important purposes.”