Georgetown ISD

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No Place for Hate

No Place for Hate
 


Georgetown ISD is a No Place for Hate school district. No Place for Hate helps to create and sustain inclusive school environments where all students feel valued and have the opportunity to succeed by promoting respect for individual difference. No Place for Hate also challenges bigotry and prejudice.

 

 

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Chapter 41 Proposition 
 
The next general election is just around the corner. On the ballot you will see a proposition related to our school district’s funding known as Chapter 41 recapture.

Often referred to as "Robin Hood,” the state’s school funding system "recaptures" funds from the property-wealthy districts and redistributes them to the property-poor districts. Districts with a property value that is equal to or greater than $514,000  per WADA are considered property rich. Because property values in Georgetown are at $531,231, our district was required to put this proposition on the ballot.    

For more information visit our Chapter 41 webpage here.  
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 (Click for the Q&A webpage)
 

 
A-F Rating System
 
In 2015, the 84th Legislature enacted HB 2804, which, in turn established an A-F rating system for public school districts and campuses to be implemented September 1, 2017 (TEC §39.054).  
The first A-F overall rating and A-F rating for each domain will be assigned August 15, 2018.  
 
Criteria for the A-F rating system are as follows:
 
A-F  
 
To view the GISD Board of Trustees signed resolution opposing A-F, please click here
 
 
Additional Resources for the A-F Rating System: 

About Us

Welcome to Georgetown ISD!

Georgetown Independent School District is the school district of choice for children living in Georgetown, Texas. Georgetown is the county seat for Williamson County.  

Georgetown ISD serves 11,000+ students at ten elementary schoolsthree middle schoolsthree high schools, and two alternative campuses.
 
Our Mission
Embracing a tradition of diverse educational experiences and extensive community partnerships, the Georgetown Independent School District mission is to empower and inspire all students to lead and serve in a global society by creating world class learners and engaged citizens through relevant experiences every day.
 

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