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Click on the image below for more photos from our 1st and 2nd grade choir performance.


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Toro Visits with our Carver Stars

Coach Reiss, PE teacher at Carver Elementary, earned a visit from Houston Texans mascot Toro this morning! Toro welcomed students with high fives and breakfast. Toro attended 3rd grade PE class and visited classrooms. Special thanks to Christina Herwald of Dairy Max/Fuel Up Play 60 for sharing the contest information with GCCISD! Healthy students are better learners!

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Improved Attendance Students

Our very own Faith Palomares (5th grade) and Zacardy Love (2nd grade) earned an ice cream social with Superintendent Randy O'Brien for improving their attendance for the first semester of school.

Thank you so much to all of our Carver Stars for coming to school every day!

Remember, Every Day Counts!


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HEADS up: Student Restrictions

Attn: Carver Star Families
If you would like for your #CarverSTAR and their work to have the opportunity to be showcased on our website, social media page, and possibly even the local newspaper, please make sure this item is NOT selected on the "restrictions" tab of online registration.


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Walmart Donates Disinfectant Wipes

director of education foundation picks up disinfectant wipes donated by walmart


Thank you Walmart IDC 7042 for graciously donating disinfectant wipes for all students and staff! 

Goose Creek Grads Return Home

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As the saying goes, “You can always come back home.” Over 100 Goose Creek CISD graduates that are new employees were recognized during this week’s New Teacher Orientation. These graduates bring with them a wealth of knowledge and experiences that will allow them to relate to the students they will educate. Superintendent Dr. Randal O’Brien prides the district’s record of hiring graduates. “A large majority of our employees are graduates of this district,” he stated. “Our district is a success in large part to those giants that return home to teach the next crop of world leaders.” The district’s New Teacher Orientation concludes on August 5th and the first day of school is August 18th. 


Photos by Kristyn Cathey