- Godley ISD
Parents want ISDs to be aware
Stephanie Falter and Lisa Chambers, two concerned Godley ISD mothers, said they are pleased their children no longer wait for the bus in front of sex offenders’ homes.
GISD bus stops moved, deemed safe by district
Godley ISD Superintendent Rich Dear wants GISD parents to know their children are safe waiting for and riding the buses to school.
Dear in new role as GISD super
Former Godley High School Principal Rich Dear is officially the district’s superintendent after almost a year of preparation for the role.
Godley ag students learn how to feed, shear livestock
Agriculture students across the county are gearing up for February’s Johnson County Junior Livestock Show and Youth Fair. Godley ISD students are no exception.
Most school districts celebrate Christmas
Ask most of the school districts in Johnson County how they feel about “Merry Christmas” or Santa Claus, and the response is the same. Christmas is welcome in most schools, so long as students take care to not play favorites with individual gifts.
6-year-old Godley girl dials 911, saves her mother
Taylor Martin, a 6-year-old kindergarten student at Godley Elementary School, said she thought her mother, Elizabeth Miles, was pretending to be asleep when she was actually having a medical emergency that caused her to pass out.
County schools offering healthier options
According to the Centers for Disease Control, about one-third of all Americans are obese. More than 22 percent of Texans are obese. That may not come as a surprise, but in Johnson County, the latest numbers from 2008 suggested more than 29.3 percent of adults over the age of 20 tip the scales into the obese category, and the eating habits of Mom and Dad are being passed down to children.
Godley students go pink for the cure
For the third year in a row, Godley High School and Family, Career and Community Leaders of America will have a Pink-Out pep rally and wear pink to a football game in support of breast cancer awareness and cure research.
Godley ISD announces free and reduced-price meals plan
Godley ISD announced Tuesday its policy for providing free and reduced-price meals for students served under the National School Lunch Program and School Breakfast Program.
Godley ISD welcomes new agricultural science teacher
Students will notice a new face in the halls at Godley High School in a few weeks. Leslie Bourg, a 2005 Cleburne High School graduate, is set to start as the new agricultural science educator at GHS.
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