Holly Campbell, principal at Granbury Middle School, will be departing at the end of the 2011-12 school year.
“I am so very honored and blessed to have been given the opportunity to serve and work alongside the students, teachers, staff and families of Granbury Middle School and GISD,” Campbell stated. “GMS is a wonderful campus that has showered me with love and support over the past five years and I will always be forever grateful.”
Campbell has accepted a position in the Gordon school district, where she lives with her husband, Lyle, and two young sons – three-year-old Hudson and three-month-old Krew.
“While I am sad to leave Granbury ISD, this decision was in the best interest of my own family including my two small children,” she said. “The students and teachers will always have a special place in my heart and I will cherish my time as an employee at GISD.”
Campbell was named the school’s principal in September 2011. She came to GMS in 2007 as an instructional specialist. After three years, she became an assistant principal in 2010.
Her educational career began in 2004 as a Spanish teacher and girls basketball coach at Masonic Home ISD in Fort Worth. From 2005-07, she was an English teacher and coach at the Weatherford Ninth Grade Center.
She received a bachelor’s degree from the University of the Ozarks in Clarksville, Arkansas in 2004. In 2010, she earned a Master of Education from Tarleton State University.