Overview:

  • Starting in the eighth grade, students work to plan out their courses over their four years in high school. While they create their plans, they make certain they meet their graduation requirements. In addition to graduation requirements, students can take specific elective courses that allow them to earn an endorsement in a specific pathway as well as take Career Technology Education (CTE) courses. Student's plans are based on their interests - that's why we call them "Personal Graduation Plans". Of course, we expect for these plans to change and high school counselors meet with students each year to make sure they are on track and adjust plans as needed. In this "Counselor Clip", you will receive an overview of the PGP process. If you want to take a deeper dive after watching the video, visit our GISD Personal Graduation Planning Site.

  • Explore non-screen based activities to engage your student over the holiday break from The National Child Traumatic Stress NetworkExplore non-screen based activities to engage your student over the holiday break from The National Child Traumatic Stress Network.

  • Explore activities to engage your student over the holiday break from The National Child Traumatic Stress Network.