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GISD Payroll Schedule



Payroll Card Agreement Form








GEEF Contribution Form





2021 W4 form  

GISD Payroll Schedule  

Greenville ISD employees are paid on a semi-monthly basis.  The payroll schedule with the specific pay dates can be viewed by following the link below.   

Payroll Schedule 2023-2024

Payroll Schedule 2024-2025

GISD Payroll Card  

Effective for the 2011-12 school year all Greenville ISD employees are required to be paid by electronic submission.  For those employees not enrolled in the direct deposit program you are required to enroll for a payroll card.  This card is similar to that of an ATM/debit card.  The enrollment forms can be viewed by following the the link below.
GISD Payroll Card Agreement      

GISD Direct Deposit  

Greenville ISD is proud to offer its' employees the opportunity to enroll in the district's direct deposit program.  Direct deposit is safe, simple and smart.  Direct deposit eliminates lost checks, pay is immediately available on payday and saves time and money.  Please stop by the Payroll Department at the Administration Building at 4004 Moulton Street to make any changes or fill out new account information.

Greenville Education Enrichment Foundation Donation Form

 Greenville ISD is proud to announce its' partnership with the Greenville Education Enrichment Foundation to strengthen the foundation for excellence in our schools.  Greenville ISD is offering the opportunity to our employees to contribute to the Foundation in the form of a payroll deduction.  The Foundation is a 501(c)(3) organization and all contributions are tax deductible to the extent allowed by IRS regulations.  The donation form can be viewed by clicking the form to the left.  


 2021 W4 form

As of January 1, 2020, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) released a new version of Form W4, Employee's Withholding Certificate.  The W4 is the document used by Payroll to process the federal taxes withheld from your paycheck.  Changes to the W4 are the result of the 2017 Tax Cut and Jobs Act and the most significant since the introduction of the document in 1943. 

Employees are not required to submit a new W4, however the IRS recommends that a "Paycheck checkup" be done to see if any adjustments to your current withholding are needed.  To conduct the checkup, you can use the IRS's Tax Withholding Estimator at  To effectively use the estimator, it is helpful to have a copy of your most recent pay stub and your most recent personal income tax return.

Again, you are not required to change your W4.  The income tax withholding will continue based on your previously submitted form if you do not provide a new form.  If changes to your W4 need to be made, please complete and return to the Payroll Department.  The Payroll Department cannot give tax advice and recommends that you consult with your tax professional or the Internal Revenue Service if you have any questions.