Texas Damage Survey

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Governor Abbott, TDEM Urge Texans To Submit Self Reporting Damage Survey AUSTIN – Governor Greg Abbott and the Texas Division of Emergency Management (TDEM) are encouraging Texans to complete the Self Reporting Damage Survey to help the state identify damages across Texas and help emergency management officials gain an understanding of damages that occurred during the recent winter weather. This data is also Read More …

Gifted and Talented Screening Process

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Glen Rose Elementary and Intermediate Schools will begin the process of screening students for Gifted and Talented services for the 2021-2022 school year. The deadline for turning in paperwork has been extended to March 5th. Students in grades 1st-4th may be referred for Gifted and Talented services by a parent or teacher. If you would like to refer your child Read More …

ParentView…We have an App for that!

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Dear Parent,We have moved to an app for our school bus ParentView program. Previously, ParentView had to be downloaded directly from the NFT website at www.nftbusview.com. Now, to download the parent app, please go to the following: For Android, go to Google Play and download “NFT Parent View”. For Apple, go to the App Store and download “NFT Parent View”. Read More …

Lone Finalist named for Superintendent of Schools

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On Wednesday, January 13, 2021, at a Special Called Meeting, the Glen Rose ISD Board of Trustees voted to name Trig Overbo as the Lone Finalist for the position of Superintendent of Schools. Mr. Overbo has served as Superintendent of Schools for the Jayton-Girard Independent School District for eight years. By law, the Glen Rose ISD Board of Trustees must Read More …

Navigating to Success

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The challenge involved in providing an excellent educational experience for the many, varied students in our district is a challenge that requires dedication and creativity in the best of times. The year 2020, however, was not the best of times. The past year required an unusual combination of skills and talents from district leaders. Unexpected circumstances resulted in changes in Read More …