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The votes are in and congratulations are in order. Keeley's Teacher of the Year is our librarian, Mrs. Riland, and Keeley's Paraprofessional of the Year is our school secretary, Mrs. Galitz. Congratulations!
Our CC Club (Cowboys with Character) consists of 5th grade students who have shown outstanding character and respect.
In celebration of African American History Month, Garland ISD hosted a special reading challenge during the month of February designed to celebrate the contributions and history of African Americans.
Did you know that Keeley has a morning announcement crew that brings live announcements every morning to the whole school? This team consists of eight 5th-grade students who gather the news every day and are live on camera in the classrooms each morning. They let everyone know the weather forecast, lunch menu, pledges, and everything that is happening at the school.
Pre-enrollment is open for a limited time for students entering GISD in prekindergarten and kindergarten.
Our fifth-grade has kicked reading for fun up a notch! Every Wednesday, those of us who have chosen to read the book club book, meet in Mrs. Clayton's room for lunch to chat about what we have read so far. We don't do worksheets, or assignments, we just READ and talk about our book while we eat. It's so much fun!
Naomi Galvez participated in Technology Olympics at Region 10. Students participate in different categories. Naomi placed third in use of telescope for distance viewing and she placed first in Breakout EDU. Congratulations to Naomi for bringing home 1st and 3rd place medals. Keeley is so proud of you!