Thanks to the efforts of students and staff, 70,000 canned goods were donated to Good Samaritans of Garland, Life Message in Rowlett, and 5 Loaves Food Pantry in Sachse as part of the district's annual food drive.
Campuses hosted fun activities, enlightening lessons and entertaining programs to celebrate African American History Month. Parsons Pre-K featured an energetic performance by Bandan Koro African Drum and Dance Ensemble.
Enjoy a free night of family fun at GISD’s second-annual technology event. Formerly named Digital Resources Carnival, TechFest features interactive and innovative instructional tools, tips to stay safe online, virtual reality activities, programmable robots and much more.
While most other districts require students to attend the school closest to home, Garland ISD gives its students the unique opportunity to attend any campus. Families with students in grades 5-11 can make their top three selections from Jan. 30-Feb. 28.
The annual celebration of Latin American and Spanish culture and influence in the U.S. kicked off Sept. 15. In Garland ISD, campuses are highlighting Hispanic Heritage Month with fun and enlightening activities.