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Bryan M. Dorsey

Superintendent

Stephens County High School

HQ Phone:  (706) 886-9415

Email: b***@***.us

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Stephens County High School

2322 Mize Road

Toccoa, Georgia,30577

United States

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Mountain Education Center High School

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Stephens County School System: School Directory

www.stephenscountyschools.com [cached]

Superintendent: Mr. Bryan Dorsey


wnegradio.com

Stephens County School Superintendent Bryan Dorsey explained to board members the importance of the resolution.
"This is so we can involve them in our plan. Said Dorsey "As you know ELOST is coming up and we want to make sure we have a good plan."


Toccoa-Stephens County Chamber of Commerce

toccoagachamber.com [cached]

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 hired Dorsey 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. He said he 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. Dorsey said that everyone is a stakeholder in the future of the county's children and he adds he wants to hear from people about what is going well and things that could be improved upon. Mamatokiabri's owners are Brian and Jennifer Eisweirth.


www.thepetitionsite.com

target: School Superintendent Bryan Dorsey
signatures: Mr. Daniel Herbert, an Animal Science teacher at Stephens County High School, officially withdrew his resignation earlier this week, Stephens County School Superintendent Bryan Dorsey announced Tuesday morning. Dorsey explained Herbert had castrated his personal cat, where students were present as the cat was held down and the animal neutered with no anesthetic.


wnegradio.com

Stephens County School Superintendent Bryan Dorsey says even though it is the first day of school, parents are urged to start their routine right off the bat.
"Obviously that first day, [...]


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