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New Godley High School counselors Danielle Harper and Bailey Copeland are ready to assist students as they start back to school for the 2023-24 school year.

Harper joins the Wildcat team from Mineral Wells, where she was a high school counselor last year.  She previously worked as a counseling intern at Mineral Wells Junior High School, where she taught career investigations and English during the previous four years.  Harper also was a continuing education instructor through the University of Texas at Arlington, teaching a summer STEAM program and providing professional development for educators.

A Granbury native, Harper holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Tarleton State University and a master’s degree in school counseling from Lamar University.

No stranger to GHS, Copeland taught English over the past five years after first joining the school district as a fourth grade math and science teacher.  Her prior work experience includes three years in her hometown of Springtown, where she started as a special assignment paraprofessional before teaching third grade math, science and social studies for two years.  

Copeland earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Texas Wesleyan University before completing a master’s degree in school counseling from Angelo State University, where she also worked through a year-long practicum.

The two new counselors succeed Angela Angeley and Eva Perrin, who both departed the high school at the end of the school year.

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