An unusual new Granbury ISD internship program might help students go immediately into law enforcement after graduation, but there is a chance it will have an even bigger, more far-reaching impact. The partnership between GISD and the Hood County Sheriff’s Office could become a model program for other law enforcement agencies and school districts. The internships are for Granbury High School seniors taking classes under teacher Sonya Byrd in the Career and Technical Education program’s Law and Public Safety career pathway. Thirteen students are participating.