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DRIVEN TO EDUCATE


DRIVEN TO Last month 28 Gause ISD staff members assembled at Texas World Speedway to show off their fine tuned pit crew skills to share their knowledge of working together as a highly effective and productive EDUCATE team, according to school superintendent Perry Bell. As a team they worked on improving communication, boosting morale, fostering creativity, and strengthening bonds to ultimately create a stronger, more successful team. The day was spent doing various activities to foster these concepts, Perry said. The day's events culminated in a unique "once in a lifetime" experience for most staff members which was to "race" in on-site race cars, with trained drivers, on the two-mile Speedway. "In the end, they supported each other, relied on each other and learned to work and cooperate as a team, the first year superintendent said. "One goal of GISD staff members' this school year is to become a highly effective team so that they can better serve the students and parents at Gause ISD as we 'race towards success'." DRIVEN TO Last month 28 Gause ISD staff members assembled at Texas World Speedway to show off their fine tuned pit crew skills to share their knowledge of working together as a highly effective and productive EDUCATE team, according to school superintendent Perry Bell. As a team they worked on improving communication, boosting morale, fostering creativity, and strengthening bonds to ultimately create a stronger, more successful team. The day was spent doing various activities to foster these concepts, Perry said. The day's events culminated in a unique "once in a lifetime" experience for most staff members which was to "race" in on-site race cars, with trained drivers, on the two-mile Speedway. "In the end, they supported each other, relied on each other and learned to work and cooperate as a team, the first year superintendent said. "One goal of GISD staff members' this school year is to become a highly effective team so that they can better serve the students and parents at Gause ISD as we 'race towards success'."


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