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          • Student Needs Assessment Information

            Download to read about the annual Needs Assessment that will be sent to students October 19th-30th. There's an option to opt-out at the bottom.

            Annual Needs Assessment Information

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          • District Statement Regarding Deliveries and Visitors

            We will not be accepting ANY items to drop off to a student at this time.


            Students have the option of bringing their own lunch to school or purchasing their own lunch daily. Out of an abundance of caution while the District operates under pandemic operating procedures, no outside food (pre-packaged or homemade) for students may be brought into schools by delivery from parent/guardian or external vendors. This also includes no outside food for class birthday celebrations (i.e. cupcakes, cookies, etc.). Cross-contamination and the possibility of a person touching another person’s portion is too great of a risk regarding the spread of Covid-19. If a student forgets their lunch at home, they may receive a meal from the cafeteria. These will be free of charge through December. Beginning in January, students will be allowed to charge the meal to their account. Visitors will not be allowed to eat meals with students on campus.

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          • Grade Level Contacts

            6th grade:

            Counselor: Rolanda McKyer

            Grade-Level Principal: Lori Rutledge

            7th grade:

            Counselor: Regina Titus

            Grade-Level Principal: Walter McLoughlin

            8th grade:

            Counselor: Malaika Easton

            Grade-Level Principal: Nadia Riggs

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          • Football Practice Begins October 14

            7th and 8th grade Gator boys interested in playing football must have a current physical on file with the coaches and all electronic forms complete in Rank One. Coaches will begin issuing equipment the week of October 12, and the first day of practice will be October 14 after school. If you have any questions, contact Coach Hsieh.
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          • Message from PTO

            Welcome, Gator families! MGMS PTO is still here and eager to have a great year again. We would love for you to join us. If you are interested in being a part of the MGMS PTO, please reach out to us at mgmspto@gmail.com. We will have our PTO website up and running soon, where you will be able to join PTO and purchase Gator spirit wear. Thank you for supporting MGMS PTO!
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          • Student Password Information


            If your student is experiencing issues with their student password, please visit https://www.fortbendisd.com/studentpassword for instructions.


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          • MIdde School Supply List

            The FBISD Supply Lists are now online:

            Middle School Supply List


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          2018 Bond @ GMS

          • 2018 Bond  

            November 6, 2018

            2018 Bond Total: $992.6 million

            Total amount allocated for Garcia Middle School: $6,333,446*

            GMS Bond Projects include: 

            Building Systems / Life-Cycle

            • Structural repair
            • Roofing
            • Exterior cleaning and waterproofing
            • Heating and air conditioning equipment
            • Exhaust system improvements
            • Eelectrical upgrades and surge protection
            • Plumbing and site utility improvements 

            Life Safety & Security

            • Fire alarm system
            • Fire sprinkler system
            • Carbon monoxide monitoring system
            • Way-finding signage

            Facility Equity & Access

            • Lift at cafeteria for improved access
            • Drinking fountains with bottle filler

            Fine Arts

            • Lighting upgrades at stage

            Physical Education & Athletics

            • Track and field improvements
            • Scoreboards and upgrades at gymnasiums

            *This amount includes costs associated with architectural, engineering, financing, and legal fees, and other pre- and post-construction expenses.


            For more information, visit www.fortbendisd.com/bond

            Printable PDF available on Bond webpage.

          FBISD's Profile of a Graduate

          •  A Fort Bend ISD Graduate has
            a rigorous academic foundation,
            strong character, and is...


                Equipped with Skills for Life      ...equipped with skills for life.


                Servant Leader      ...a servant leader.


                Effective Communicator      ...an effective communicator.


                 Critical Thinker        ...a critical thinker.


                Compassionate Citizen      ...a compassionate citizen.


                Collaborative Team Member      ...a collaborative team member.


                Life-long Learner      ...a life-long learner.


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