Need help with district devices?
For technology help with district-provided Chromebooks, mobile hotspots and iPads, see our page Technology support: Get help with district devices. There, you can find the support request form and resources for setting up and using district-provided technology.
GISD Parent Involvement
As part of the "No Child Left Behind Act", parents of students in Title I schools may request certain information regarding professional qualifications of their child's teacher(s).
- Title I Parental Involvement
- Title I Parent School Compact
- Letter from the Principal
High school ID requirement
Garland ISD wants its students, staff, and parents to know the District is serious about safety. All high school students are required to wear a Student Identification Card (SIC) while on campus. Throughout the school day, students must clearly display SIC's around the neck with a lanyard. Additionally, anytime they are on GISD property - after-school activities, school-sponsored events, etc. - students may be asked to produce their SIC as proof of identity.
GISD's Parents Information page
Becoming more involved
Would you like to Volunteer at LCHS? - Find the required paperwork to become a volunteer (Volunteer Application form and Criminal Background Check)
Lakeview's Title I Parent Involvement Policy Information
Commitment to graduate
Commitment to Graduate® (C2G®) is an initiative to address the growing student dropout rate across America. It encourages students to strive for their high school diploma and set a goal for the next stage of life.
- Parent Information and Resources-Garland ISD link for parent information and resources.
- College and Career Readiness-Garland ISD link to College and Career Readiness.
- Health Services-Health information and requirements for Garland ISD.
The Garland ISD Education Foundation has partnered with Safety-USA to offer online driver education and defensive driving courses. Support the work of the foundation while taking online classes that are affordable and convenient for GISD students, parents, and patrons.
Attendance Office Contacts
Mrs. Serrano -
All of 12th grade and 11th I thru Z Last Names
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms. Stephens -
11th A-H Last names and all of 10th grade
Email – email@example.com
Ms. Gonzalez -
All of 9th grade
Students have three ways to get attendance credit
1. Face to Face-Physically on campus with an educational professional
2. Synchronously-Virtual student that is logged in at the time attendance is taken.
3. Asynchronously-Submitted, engaged or made progress on daily assignment before 11:59pm on the date of absence.
Absences Don't Have to Stay Absences
If a student misses class, but they login to make progress on assignments the very same day, their absence will be updated to asynchronous present.
If your student is absent and will not be able to attend virtually or complete assignments online, please submit a notification through Skyward.
Students experiencing COVID-19 or Flu-Like symptoms should attempt to gain attendance credit virtually, either synchronously or asynchronously, depending on grade level and ability. Parents must notify the campus electronically, and campus staff will excuse the absences for days missed.
Texas Attendance Laws
Students or parents of students who have 10 or more unexcused absences may get a referral for court proceedings to enforce the compulsory attendance law.
Loss of Credit
The Texas attendance rules say that a student in grades K -12 must be in a class at least 90% of the time if they want to be sure to get credit for that class.