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Welcome to Goodwin Frazier Elementary

Welcome to Goodwin Frazier Elementary School, where you belong! My name is Carolyn Gump and I am proud to be the Principal of GFES. The 2019-2020 school year will be my sixth year to serve as Principal of Goodwin Frazier. 
 
At GFES, you will find some of the most incredible students, teachers, and staff members! We hold ourselves to the highest standards in all that we do. Our staff motto is “We can and we will, the Wildcat Way, every kid every day!” From keeping your children safe, to providing engaging classrooms rich in literacy, numeracy, and critical thinking, our number one priority is your child! 
 
The amazing thing about GFES is that the teachers aren't the only ones with such high expectations for success. Our students "PRIDE" themselves on giving their best in everything they do. We believe students should be taught to hold themselves to a high standard, develop leadership skills, and give their best, especially when something is challenging. We believe in recognizing students who demonstrate these skills through our PRIDE Leadership program. Once per month, students have the opportunity to be nominated to become a PRIDE Leader and recognized at our school assembly. It’s a great way to celebrate high expectations and hard work!
 
Personal Responsibility
Respect 
Integrity
Determination
Excellence 
 
Please stop by, give me a call, or email me any time. I am here to serve the GFES community!
 
Carolyn Gump
Principal, GFES

At A Glance

  • 640 Student Enrollment
  • Cursive Curriculum
  • music Strings Program
  • Created by potrace 1.10, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2011 Chess Program
  • art Art Programs
  • Critical writing across content

Upcoming Events

May 30

Graduation

Location: Texas State University-Strahan Coliseum
SVHS students mental Health campaign

Student-Driven Mental Health Campaign Raises More Than 7K

When two Smithson Valley High School students spearheaded a campaign to raise money and awareness for children's mental health and wellness in January, they never imagined how "real" mental health would become in the face of COVID-19.
reflections awards

Texas PTA Reflections Contest Honors 17 Comal ISD Student Entries

With approximately 950 entries from around the great state of Texas, this year's annual PTA Reflections contest brought out the best work from budding artists, writers, photographers and choreographers, and 17 Comal ISD students are being honored for their work.
Comal ISD nurses at call center

Celebrating National School Nurse Day, May 6

One of the familiar faces students are missing these days is their school nurse. The one who takes care of that scrape from the playground; the one who takes their temperature when they are not feeling well; the one who makes sure they take their medication if needed; and so much more. Every day is a good day to thank them, but today, May 6, is National School Nurse Day.
frequently asked questions

Frequently Asked Questions

For the health and safety of our staff, our phone bank is currently closed. Please visit our FAQ page for a list of the most frequently asked questions. If you do not find your question listed, you may email your question to communications@comalisd.org. Click "Read full story" to see our FAQs.
Kinder Ranch Meal pick up in rain

Comal ISD Celebrates School Lunch Hero Day

Come rain or shine, these ladies and gentlemen have been standing on the frontline for their students, making sure those in need are well-fed even while their campuses are closed. They are the child nutrition professionals; they are the lunch heroes.