Gunter Independent School District

  • GES Named a 2017 National Blue Ribbon School

    U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos recognized Gunter Elementary School as 1 of 342 schools named National Blue Ribbon Schools for 2017. The recognition is based on a school’s overall academic performance or progress in closing achievement gaps among student subgroups. “National Blue Ribbon Schools are active demonstrations of preparing every child for a bright future,” said U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos to the honorees. “You are visionaries, innovators and leaders. You have much to teach us: some of you personalize student learning, others engage parents and communities in the work and life of your local schools and still others develop strong and forward-thinking leaders from among your teaching staff.”

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  • Gunter Flu Closure Information

    Due to widespread flu and illness, Gunter ISD closed on January 18 and reopened Wednesday, January 24th. During this timeframe, all GISD facilities remained closed for deep cleaning and to prevent further spread of illness. We had 253 absent on January 17 (27% districtwide) with both our elementary and middle school at 30% or higher. We highly encourage students and families to take all necessary precautions to stop the spread of illness. If you or your child have a cough, sore throat, fever or body aches, please stay at home and try to limit contact with other family members or anyone outside of your home. Please click on this story to read more…

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  • FLU Update: 1.16.18

    As you are aware, the Gunter community has been hit hard by illness and our schools have been no exception. Please take a moment to read our Flu Update from today and steps we can take to help contain the spread of sickness.

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  • Building For Our Future

    If you have taken a drive past GHS, you might have noticed that things are changing quickly behind the school! ICYMI - Here are a few notes about what we are doing and why!

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  • School Districts Affected by Ransomware Attack

    Recently, Gunter ISD was informed by the Texas Department of Agriculture (TDA) that student information may have been compromised through a ransomware attack on a state-issued computer. Information that was exposed from an employee’s computer included names, social security numbers, birthdates and phone numbers of affected students and families. It is important to note that, to date, TDA has not discovered any evidence to suggest misuse of information that was compromised by the ransomware attack. The Texas Department of Agriculture oversees the school lunch program. Please click here for additional information.

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