GRMS is now part of the Engagement Zone at UTRGV

Guadalupe Regional Middle School (GRMS) is now part of the Engagement Zone at UTRGV. College students looking for volunteer opportunities can connect with GRMS and other great non-profits in the area. Through Engagement Zone, UTRGV students can have their verified service hours show up on their college transcript! We'll be posting some exciting volunteer opportunities within the week!

Mom of President to Cook Authentic Italian Lasagna for GRMS Families for Third Year

This is the third consecutive year that JoAnn Motyl, mother of GRMS President Michael Motyl, will fly to Brownsville from her hometown in Connecticut to cook lasagna from scratch for 70+ families to welcome them back for the new school year. "At GRMS, the word that comes up most often is family," said Mr. Motyl. "So, I want to share a little of my loving Italian family with GRMS." Friday, September 1st is Guadalupe Regional Middle School's Back to School Night where families meet teachers and hear about plans for the rest of the school year. The event culminates in an evening of fellowship in the Parish Hall of Our Lady of Guadalupe Church. Families hear the last of the school's announcemen

Storm Safety Tips

Storm Safety Tips As with any weather-related event, advanced preparation is key to preventing damages and ensuring safety. There are measures you can do well in advance of a storm, and there are actions you will need to take immediately prior to a storm. Our suggestions are outlined below. If you have tips you would like to add, we would like to hear from you. Please submit your suggestions using our form at the end of this article. General Preparatory Guidelines Heavy rainstorms bring with it the potential for localized flooding, high winds and power outages. Prepare for these events by having the following measures in place all-year round: Keep your electric and natural gas company's emer

School Closed Friday Due to Weather

WEATHER UPDATE: The Diocese of Brownsville and the Catholic Schools Office has announced that all Catholic schools in Brownsville, including Guadalupe Regional Middle School, will be CLOSED on Friday, August 25th due to the severe weather predicted from Tropical Storm Harvey, which may develop into a hurricane overnight. The safety of students and families is the number one priority and with the expectation of significant rain fall, high winds, and localized flooding, it was determined that canceling school was the safest option for students and families.

How GRMS Relentlessly Tests Its Standards Through Memberships

While most schools renew their accreditation every 7-10 years, the standards of Guadalupe Regional Middle School (GRMS) are tested every few years through an accreditation-style evaluation conducted through various memberships. While the accrediting body, Texas Catholic Conference Education Department (TCCED), conducts the only official accreditation of the school, the NativityMiguel Coalition and the Congregation of Christian Brothers have their own rigorous and comprehensive process by which GRMS holds itself accountable. For each instance, GRMS must engage in a self-study procedure, sometimes taking up to one year to complete. The entire school community is often engaged in assessing diff

Teachers & GRMS's Root Beliefs

Teachers are back at Guadalupe Regional Middle School (GRMS) today discussing root beliefs, truths that shape our worldview and the way we work and operate at the school. As a NativityMiguel Coalition school, serving students who live at or below the poverty line, it is imperative that our faculty and staff identify with shared foundational content. GRMS is, above all else, Christ and mission driven. We work to close the opportunity and achievement gaps for students. How will we get there? What is at the root of what we believe about our school? Here is what teachers had to say: + GRMS is an instrument of God (Christ-centered), teaching the whole child. + GRMS commits to students long-term,

Grad Lands 3rd Internship Through GRMS Graduate Support Program

Ivette Villarreal '11 is studying speech therapy at the University of Texas in Austin, but comes home to Brownsville in the summers to be with her family. Through our Graduate Support Program (GSP) at Guadalupe Regional Middle School (GRMS) Villarreal wrapped up her third summer internship in her hometown - one with the Moody Clinic and two with the UT School of Public Health. "Ivette's experience with the Moody Clinic was especially eye opening," said Michael Motyl, GRMS President. "She seemed to be truly affected by the progress of the children she observed." ​ Internships at the UT School of Public Health are quality opportunities that offer students hands-on, independent work in the medi


SUMMER DAY OF SERVICE Join us on Tuesday, August 8th for our annual ornament painting 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm | Cafeteria The Whole Family is Welcome ● Parent Service Hours ● Refreshments DÍA DE SERVICIO ESTE VERANO Únase a nosotros este martes 8 de agosto para pintar adornos 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm | Cafetería Toda la familia es bienvenida ● Horas de Servicio ● Refrescos

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