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GORDON CENTRAL PRESENTS AT STATE DATA CONFERENCE
Gordon Central High School was invited to be a keynote speaker at the annual Data Conference in Athens on Thursday, August 27th. Principal Doug Clark, assistant principal Marnè Wilson, and teachers Brian Hall and Matt Wiley presented the school's usage of the SLDS format, which enables teachers to use multiple forms of data to understand their student population.
FREE FLU SHOTS AT THE SCHOOLS!
For students 6th-12th. Forms must be returned by September 30th, 2015. For more information contact your school nurse.
PRUITT NAMED LIBRARY MEDIA SPECIALIST OF THE YEAR FOR NORTHWEST GEORGIA
Sheri Pruitt, Media Specialist at Sonoraville Elementary School, was recently named Library Media Specialist of the Year for Northwest Georgia. This is the 2nd consecutive year that this honor has been given to a media specialist from Gordon County Schools. Eppie Snider, principal at SES, stated, "No one more deserves this honor. Sheri brings so much to everyone at SES on a daily basis, and I am so happy to see her recognized for the work that she does, and I am so very thankful to work with her."
The statewide Georgia Library Media Specialist of the Year winner will be announced in October, and all winners will be honored at the GaETC Conference in Atlanta November 4-6.
GORDON COUNTY SCHOOLS REPRESENTS GEORGIA AT NATIONAL LEADERSHIP COUNCIL MEETING
L-R: Cheryl Carrier, Executive Director of Ford NGL; Rick Townsend, Golden Isles CCA; Barbara Prosser, Effingham CCA; Allison Woodward, Newton CCA; Amy Parker, Gordon CCA; Eric Waters (rear), Floyd CCA; Jim Vella, President- Ford Motor Company; Susan Remillard, Gordon County Schools; Rick Delano, Ford NGL National Team; Janet Padilla (front), Ford National Team; Thom Suddreth, Georgia Community Coach; Jenny Williams, Technical College System of Georgia
Dr. Susan Remillard and Dr. Amy Parker joined Georgia representatives from Floyd, Newton, Effingham, and Golden Isles Career Academies in Dearborn, Michigan recently to take part in the Ford Next Generation Learning National Leadership Council and its newly-formed Superintendent's Leadership Council. Twice annually, Ford NGL hosts, at their expense, leaders from across the country to advise the group on transforming education through their network.FULL STORY