DRESS CODE REMINDERS:
WHY DO WE CARE ABOUT HOW YOU DRESS?
1st is for safety. Anything that can be used to hide the face or identity poses a safety issue. 2nd is because this is your job right now. Getting a high school diploma will pay off and is the goal. You will always have a dress code of some sort to follow NO MATTER WHAT YOU DO FOR A LIVING. And 3rd is to minimize distractions and limit anything inappropriate for the classroom.
Shorts and skirts cannot be shorter than three inches above the top of your kneecap (about the width of a dollar bill).
NO pajama pants, joggers, flannel pants, or house shoes/slippers are permitted.
NO BLANKETS are permitted.
DO NOT WEAR the hood on your hoodie in the building. NO caps, beanies, hats or head coverings.
NO yoga pants, workout clothes, leggings, jeggings, tights, are to be worn without a top that extends to at least 3 inches below the knees.
NO sleeveless, spaghetti straps, muscle shirts or tank tops.
DO NOT WEAR any top that exposes your stomach or midriff area. And NO cleavage of any kind.
DO NOT wear anything (tops or bottoms) that is transparent, see through or exposes skin.
Jeans with holes above the knee must not allow for exposed skin to show.
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GHS Drop Off and Pick Up Procedures
Make sure all students that drive have a current driver’s license and a current parking permit. Call Mrs. Rebecca Jones, 254-729-4101 in the front office for details and more information. Car riders are to be dropped off in the front of GHS. The doors open at 7:30AM. Bus riders are dropped off in the cafeteria bus loop on the right side of the building. Students are released from the buses at 7:33AM. Students may pick up breakfast in the cafeteria and head directly to 1st period. The first bell rings at 7:40AM and the tardy bell rings at 7:45AM. Please contact our transportation office at 254-729-4190 for any bus inquiries.
Click on Report a Bullying Incident to Report
While Groesbeck ISD already has many programs to help students deal with challenges such as bullying behaviors, stress, peer pressure, and family problems, Report a Bullying Incident helps break the code of silence often experienced by students because it allows them to report concerns to GISD administrators anonymously, however, if you provide contact information, it will greatly assist in the investigation.Click Bullying and Cyberbullying for more information.
Effective September 1, 2018
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The mission of Groesbeck ISD is to ensure that every student achieves maximum potential.
At Groesbeck High School we offer a wide range of academic programs for all students. Numerous dual-credit and/or tech prep courses are offered through Navarro Community College, The University of Texas Permian Basin and Texas State Technical College. Outstanding extracurricular programs are in place, including a wide range of sports, band and an array of UIL Academic Competition oppportunities. Our teams and organizations value integrity and live into the idea of “always compete.” In addition to these activities, GHS has active participation in FFA, Student Council, National Honor Society, Spanish Club, Literary Club, Art Club, and FCA. All of these clubs are opportunities for students to get involved in their high school experience!