The Goodrich Independent School District welcomes you to the Goodrich ISD web site. As superintendent of schools, I invite you to connect to the GISD web site and discover what is currently happening in the Goodrich public school district. Our district is dedicated to providing the very best educational program, academic and athletic, to its students.
Goodrich Independent School, a WPA project founded during the depression, has a long and proud heritage of providing a high quality of excellence in education. Throughout the years, graduates of Goodrich have provided many accomplishments for the betterment of our world.
Texas is moving toward a period of dramatic change in the technological and the economic conditions of the state, nation and world in the next century and these changes directly affect the children of the Goodrich ISD educational system. Goodrich ISD is committed to exemplary education in order to prepare its children to become productive adults. Educating the students of GISD to be productive in a changing future necessitates high expectations for all students. The staff of Goodrich ISD will prepare the students with an emphasis on instruction at the highest level of quality and accountability for demonstrated results.
If you have any questions about Goodrich ISD, please feel free to contact us. We will do our best to help you.
- Dr. Guylene Robertson, Superintendent -
HAVE YOU CHECKED OUT GOODRICH ISD LATELY?
Full Day Pre K
Highly Qualified Faculty & Staff
Excellent Student To Teacher Ratio
Safe & Drug Free School Environment
Gold Performance Acknowledgements
Texas Best Practices - High School Allotment
Dual Credit Opportunities
Career & Technology Programs
U.S. News & World Report - Best U.S. High School
Outstanding Extra Curricular/Co-Curricular Programs
Goodrich ISD is now accepting applications for transfer students, where space is available, for the 2013-2014 school year. We provide a quality education in a safe, friendly environment with small classes for more individualized instruction. We provide special programs, athletics and academic competition. Interested applicants should contact Goodrich ISD at 936-365-1100 X112 for more information.
We Care for Kids!
The Historical Landmark Marker for our school is finally here. Almost two years ago an effort began by Mrs. Sherry Kephart to have our Goodrich Schools recognized as a Historical Texas Landmark. After all the hard work to gain this recognition, now it is time to celebrate.
On Saturday, June 15, 2013, there will be an unveiling of the Goodrich School Historical Landmark Marker held on the ground of Goodrich Schools. This will be a time of celebrating our school's heritage and all of the many individuals who years ago had a vision for our school and all the ones since then that have held on to that vision and gone forth with it. After the unveiling celebration there will be refreshments served in the cafeteria.
The Texas Historical Commission notified Goodrich ISD on February 2nd that the request for a state historical marker designation has been approved. THC's recognition for the historic landmark designation includes the original high school wing built in 1936 by the Works Progress Administration (WPA), the original elementary wing (1937), and the original central auditorium (1935). Sherrie Kephart, Project Leader, and Barbara Westmoreland of the Polk County Historical Commission are working to complete final documentation and raise the marker fee of $750.00 by March 17th.
Generations of families have passed down school pride and many of the students are walking the same hallways that their parents and grandparents did.
The 2011-2012 School Report Cards are available on our website. To view the reports, click in the "Announcement" box below. If you have difficulty accessing the information from the website, hard copies of the reports are available at the district central office or through the campus principal's office
2012 No Child Left Behind Report Card
To All Parents:
Section 1111 (h) (2) of the No Child Left Behind Act (NCBL) requires each local education agency (LEA) that receives Title I, Part A funding to disseminate specific LEA and campus level data to (1) all LEA campuses (2) parents of all enrolled students, and (3) make the information widely available through public means such as posting on the internet, distribution to the media, or distribution through public agencies.