Goodrich at Dawes Middle School

5130 Colfax Ave.

Goodrich at Dawes Middle School

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Goodrich Middle School opened in 1969. Goodrich was named after Thomas V. Goodrich, a teacher and administrator in the Lincoln Public Schools from 1903 until 1947. The school mascot is the Olympians. The name “Olympians” was selected by the student body during the first year Goodrich School was open. The name was selected to represent the variety of activities offered at Goodrich School. The student body also compared Belmont, a high place overlooking the city of Lincoln, to Mount Olympus. The Olympic Rings are the official symbol of the school.

The staff and students of Goodrich moved into the Dawes Middle School building for the 2009-2010, and 2010-2011 school years while the original Goodrich building undergoes a major renovation. The combination of the two Middle Schools became “Goodrich at Dawes”.

In January of 2010, the students of Goodrich at Dawes voted on a new school mascot. The winner and NEW mascot of Goodrich at Dawes is the JAGUAR.


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