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GORDON COUNTY RECEIVES QUALITY BOARD RECOGNITION

 

Gordon County Schools is proud to announce the achievement and status of the Georgia School Boards Association’s (GSBA) 2014 Quality School Board recognition. 

The recognition program was designed to showcase best practices in school governance and leadership.  The Gordon County Board of Education met and/or exceeded the criteria set forth by GSBA to earn the honor of a 2014 Quality Board.  Members of the 2014 Board of Education include Mrs. Brenda Null, Vice-Chair; Mr. Dewayne Bowen; Mrs. Nan Barnette; Mr. Bobby Hall; Mr. Chris Johnson; Mr. Charlie Walraven; under the leadership of Mr. William Tyner, Board Chair. Full Story



 

GORDON COUNTY SCHOOLS HONORS RETIRING BOARD CHAIR

Tyner with superintendants

 L-R: Phil Robbins (1993-2005); Mike Stanton (2005-2007); Susan Remillard (2013-present); Mr. David McLeod (1989-1992); and Bill McCown (2007-2013)

Thank you to Mr. William Tyner, who has served the students of Gordon County for more than 31 years as a member of the Board of Education, most recently as the Board Chair. An event was held on December 11 at the Gordon County College and Career Academy to honor his faithfulness to our district. A large crowd gathered to congratulate Mr. Tyner on his retirement from the Board and to honor him for the contributions he has made to our district.  Above, Mr. Tyner poses with many of the superintendents with whom he served.  

 



NEWLY-ELECTED BOARD OF EDUCATION MEMBERS RECEIVE TRAINING FROM STATE ASSOCIATION

Pictured with Gordon County superintendent are newly-elected members of the Board of Education who will take office in January. L-R:  Mr. Ricky Smith, Dr. Susan Remillard-superintendent, Dr. Pam Taylor, and Mr. Charlie Walraven

The Gordon County Board of Education attended the Georgia School Board Association Annual Conference in Atlanta December 3-7.  During the conference, Board members were able to choose from various workshops as part of their annual training requirements.  Newly-elected Board members attended special training sessions with Superintendent Dr. Susan Remillard.  The sessions included topics such as school law, school finance, and evaluation.