Through art, our students work on expressing their emotions, strengthening fine motor skills, build language, use critical thinking, and develop social skills. Below are a examples of students' art work. 

Students use various shapes to create a monster based on their feelings.

The storybook Glad Monster, Sad Monster by Ed Emberly was used to help preschoolers identify, understand, and handle their feelings. 

Students use different materials to construct a self-portrait of themselves.

Students created a self-portrait to introduce themselves to their new School Family.

School hallways display students' family tree and self-portrait projects.

Our school hallways proudly display our students' class and home projects. 

Family Trees are displayed in the hallway.

Together with their families, students created a family tree while learning about extended family members. 


Walk into any of our prekindergarten classrooms and you will notice that at some point our students will be singing and dancing or even listening to music while they work. Through music, our students learn about patterns, movement, listening skills, rhymes, new vocabulary, and many other academic skills.



Be a Garland ISD VIP 

With a special VIP pass, community members can get free general admission to many athletic and Fine Arts events at district facilities.

Visit the Garland ISD VIP pass page for more details.

Clear Bag Policy

To help ensure a safe and respectful environment for guests, Garland ISD has put into effect a Clear Bag Policy for all GISD middle and high school athletic events and fine arts performances.  

Learn more on our Clear Bag Policy page.