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GORDON COUNTY MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS NAMED REACH SCHOLARS

Students were honored at the 4th Annual REACH Georgia Scholars signing ceremony for Gordon County Schools on October 21. REACH Georgia is a mentoring and scholarship program providing promising students the support to graduate from high school and achieve postsecondary success. 
 
REACH scholars will be paired with a mentor who models positive behavior and provides the student with knowledge, advice, guidance and support related to education and beyond. Academic Coaches will help ensure scholars are on track to succeed through monitoring student progress, helping students develop education and career plans, and identifying academic and social supports. REACH Scholars who complete the requirements of the contract will be awarded a financial scholarship upon graduating from high school. 
 
The 2019 REACH Scholars are Ja’Sarah L. Gray---RBMS Katalynn S. Rexroad---RBMS Anthony F. Flores---RBMS Thomas F. Young---RBMS Perry L. Gammon III---AMS Ryan J. Tomer---AMS
 
Pictured are (Front L-R): Scholar Anthony F. Flores;  Scholar Katalynn S. Rexroad, Scholar Thomas F. Young, Scholar Ja’Sarah L. Gray, Superintendent Dr. Kimberly Fraker, Matt Barton State Representative​, Scholar Perry L. Gammon III and Scholar Ryan J. Tomer (Back L-R) Counselor David Weaver, Principal Amy Stewart, Graduation Coach Judy Craig, Student Services Director Mike Evelti, Graduation Coach Jamey Angland, Counselor Anna Stutts, and Principal Scott McClanahan.