August 2, 2007
School counselors also provide support for students facing challenges that interfere with learning. Families in crises due to economic situations, death in the family, divorce, or any significant change can find help from school counselors. Character and higher education informational programs are in place at all schools to help prepare students for successful lives.
Counselors at Granbury ISD campuses are listed below. Some campuses divide the student population by surname, and the letters in parentheses designate the particular group of students served by that counselor. The counselors are:Granbury High School – Mary Langley (AD), Claudia Hurst (E-K), Karin Harrington (L-R), and Nancy Seilheimer (S-Z); STARS Academy – Aileen Reed; Crossland Ninth Grade Center – Denise Thatcher (A-M) and Kim Spencer (N-Z); Acton Middle School – Holli Moore (A-L) and D.D. Loftin (M-Z); Granbury Middle School – Brandy Whitefield (A-L) and Stacy Bishop (M-Z); Brawner Intermediate School – Andrea Carmack; Oak Woods Intermediate School – Pat Robinson; Mambrino School – Lynn Smith; Acton Elementary School – Pam Thompson; Baccus Elementary School – Jim McVey; Roberson Elementary School – Kellye Duncan; and Behavior Transition Center – Misty Walters.
Special education counselors are also available to assist students with special needs. They are Becky Harris and Judith Lowrey.
Granbury High School counselors Nancy Seilheimer (left) and Claudia Hurst are pictured as they review materials in preparation for the beginning of the 2007-08 school year.