Stephens County School Superintendent Bryan Dorsey said the overall results look very good.
"We are so proud of our teachers, our students, our administrators for putting forth great effort so that we could show our county and our great state what a fine product we have in our students here," said Dorsey
School Superintendent Bryan Dorsey said moving forward on the charter system is excellent news.
"We are excited about becoming a charter school system and involving our community more in the governance at the school level and that shared governance with our local (school) board and we are excited about the opportunities our students are going to have, meshing and forging more into the community and the community more into our schools," said Dorsey
New Stephens County School Superintendent Bryan Dorsey is expected to officially take over the post today.
The Stephens County Board of Education
last month to replace Sherrie Whiten, who retired in March.
Under the terms of the deal, Dorsey
will receive an annual salary of $125,000 per year to start.
is excited to get to work in Stephens County
Upon taking the job, Dorsey said he wants to make himself accessible to both the Stephens County School System staff and the community.
said that everyone is a stakeholder in the future of the county's children and he
wants to hear from people about what is going well and things that could be improved upon.
Mamatokiabri's owners are Brian
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