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OCTOBER 2021 DESIGNATED PRINCIPALS MONTH

October 1, 2021 

National Principals Month

October 2021 is designated as National Principals Month in honor of the work of campus administrators across the state and nation. 

With resolutions adopted by federal and state legislative bodies and proclamations issued by numerous state governors, the national recognition is an initiative of the National Association of Elementary School Principals and the National Association of Secondary School Principals. 

“Granbury ISD is blessed with outstanding campus principals,” commented superintendent Dr. Jeremy Glenn. “Our school leaders go above and beyond to make sure that the children of our community have access to a high-quality education in a safe and supportive environment.  Given the extra work needed to keep students and staff safe during the COVID-19 pandemic, our principals are community heroes.” 

GISD school principals and assistant principals are: 

  • Granbury High School – principal:  Jeremy Ross; assistant principals:  Jimmy Heffernan, Leslie Ghiglieri (dean of instruction), Danny Guidry, Dr. Josh Jones, Patti Sanderson
  • STARS Accelerated High School/Behavior Transition Center – principal:  Margaret Rodriquez
  • Acton Middle School – principal:  Jennifer Pennington; assistant principals:  John Dafoe, Michael Pickett
  • Granbury Middle School – principal:  Dr. Andy Smith; assistant  principals:  Janice Mueller, Dr. Troy Volkmann
  • Acton Elementary School – principal:  Karla Willmeth; assistant principals:  Leah Dawson, Maggie Walton
  • Baccus Elementary School – principal:  Julie Rohleder; assistant principal:  Melissa Shipp
  • Brawner Elementary School – principal:  Jincy Ross; assistant principal:  Sandy Ruiz
  • Oak Woods School – principal:  Chelsey Gibson; assistant principal:  Lissa Oliver
  • Roberson Early Learning Academy – principal:  Kellie Lambert; assistant principal:  Tabitha Bleeker
  • STEAM Academy at Mambrino – principal:  Heather Boisjolie; assistant principals:  Dr. Denisa Mendel (STEAM coordinator), Jillian Parsons