News and Announcements

Overcrowding Fix for Gorzycki Bus 1522, stops swapped with 1421

September 10, 2019

Dear Parents of Gorzycki Middle School Buses 1522 & 1421 Students:

We know change can be difficult and we try to avoid it. However, due to overcrowding on bus 1522, we need to swap a stop to and from 1522 to 1421. Some of your times have changed on other existing stops, as well.
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New Procedures at GMS

March 20, 2018

Dear Gorzycki Families,

Family involvement at GMS is important and a huge part of the culture. However, after reflecting on the safety protocols at Gorzycki, there are a few procedures that need to be added to increase campus safety. The following procedures will be made effective starting on Monday, March 26th, 2018.

1. When visiting a student on campus, the visitor must be on the student's registration form. This will be a new procedure for lunch. For lunch, visitors must be on the student's registration form and eat in the commons with only that student. For efficiency, parents may make a reservation by sending a note in the morning with their child stating that they will be on campus for lunch. Students can submit the note before school (like when students leave during the day) and the office will check status.

2. During the school day, visitors are only allowed through the front doors in order to check in at the office before entering areas with students.

3. The visitor’s badge given to you by the office staff when you check-in must be worn on your shirt and must be easily visible for the entirety of your visit. Badges will identify specific locations for visitors. Visitors must remain in the area specified. Visitors without badges or that are in the wrong area will be escorted to office. Please remember to sign out in the office before leaving Gorzycki.

4. When on campus, do not open any outside doors for another person.

5. Visitors need to park in parking lots and not in fire lanes.

I realize that these are new procedures to practices that have been in place at Gorzycki for many years. However, the safety of your children is a priority and these protocols add another layer of protection. Visitors not following these safety procedures will be asked to leave the campus and might be prevented from future visits.

I appreciate your support and help in providing a safe campus for our students.

Cathryn Mitchell, Ph.D
Diane Gorzycki Middle School Principal
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State & Federal Accountability Report & AISD Budget--Please Click

Important Information Regarding the AISD Budget

Take a moment to read through the attached information regarding the AISD Budget for the coming year:
. Topics addressed are School Funding, Budget Priorities, and information addressing school closures and staffing levels.

Also attached is a flyer for 3 town hall meetings regarding budget priorities for AISD:
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