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Godley Independent School District - Empowering Students

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Godley Middle School was in the spotlight at the Godley ISD school board meeting on February 8, 2024, at Godley High School.

Principal Tom Frazier highlighted academic and elective departments as well as front office, custodial and food service personnel.  He discussed the school’s implementation of the community-based accountability system, which is based upon the hopes and dreams of the Godley community and built around seven important pillars.  CBAS is a locally-developed accountability system, measures benefits and effectiveness of GISD schools, highlights district successes and areas for improvement, and incorporates state testing and accountability.

Frazier outlined ways that each department seeks to engage students, ensure student mastery of instruction and encourage and challenge them through innovative projects and extracurricular activities.

Leading the pledges to the U.S. and Texas flags at the beginning of the meeting were members of the school’s HOPE Squad.  Student members are nominated by their classmates as trustworthy peers and trained by advisors.  A program designed to promote positivity and kindness, HOPE Squad reduces youth suicide through education, training and peer intervention.

HOPE Squad members are Carolleigh Abbott, Kennedy Black, Benjamin Brannum, Bailey Brannum, Josie Cheek, Addison Coats, Marisa Coggin, Makinley DeFoor, Hayden Flood, Cali Harrington, Grant Lawson, Charlee Lowery, Connor Marks, Dylan Mourning, Saylor Pahanish, Tatum Peacock, Caylee Price, Nova Reyna, Lesley Rodriguez, Damien Santos, Kinley Simmons, Abbie Smith, Gabriella Ware and Reagan Wood.

Pictured are the students with Frazier and Assistant Principal Jaclyn Trussell along with squad sponsors Wendy Fisk and Mellissa Rawlins.

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