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Mr. Bryan Dorsey

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Stephens County School
Phone: (706) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: b***@***.us
Stephens County High School
2332 Mize Rd
Toccoa , Georgia 30577
United States


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Stephens County School Superintendent ..., 7 Aug 2014 [cached]
Stephens County School Superintendent Bryan Dorsey said they are excited to have staff back and start the process of getting a new school year underway.
"We are ready to get back to what I would call our work, which is our kids," said Dorsey.
Stephens County School Superintendent ..., 1 July 2014 [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.
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WNEG, 11 Aug 2014 [cached]
Stephens County School Superintendent Bryan Dorsey said they are ready to go on this first day.
"We have had our teachers and administrators and staff working very hard to get ready for our students and we are excited about getting a great year started," said Dorsey.
This is the first full school year in Stephens County for Dorsey, who started in his position in May.
He said he is excited to get his first full school year underway.
"I am extremely pleased to be able to get back involved with our students, seeing them do their student achievement, making progress in their classroom studies," said Dorsey.
Dorsey said becoming a charter system will provide opportunities for the school system and its students.
"With all initial start-ups, there is a period of learning, so we will be going through some training sessions with our school governance teams, making sure they are up to date on proper protocols and laws and the ways that they will be able to operate," said Dorsey. "Then we look forward to being able to expand the opportunities for our students so that they are able to learn more and be able to do more. We want to see performers and kids that are for the next level."
In addition, schools in Georgia are facing a new testing format with what the state is calling the "Georgia Milestones" test.
Dorsey said that will be an adjustment for Stephens County schools and others across the state.
"It is a big change, but we know that our staff is ready and will step up to that challenge," said Dorsey.
Dorsey also encouraged people to be patient on the roads and allow for extra time to get to school or wherever they may be headed.
CLEVELAND - White County High ..., 20 Aug 2010 [cached]
CLEVELAND - White County High School Principal Bryan Dorsey has accepted the position of Superintendent of Schools for Gilmer County.
Dorsey, who has been with the White County system for almost six years, was approved for the position Thursday night by the Gilmer County Board of Education.
Dorsey must still receive a release from his contract with the White County Board of Education, which meets next Thursday.
"I hope to carry over there some great things I have learned at White County and we will have a great school system," said Dorsey. - News Articles: North Georgia's Sporting News Weather and News [cached]
The board heard a report last month that Principal Bryan Dorsey was reviewing the policies at the school and that having only curricular clubs was a possibility.
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