Members of the Fannin County Board of Education and school district leadership attended a legislative site visit day under the gold dome at Georgia’s capitol, where they were recognized in the House of Representatives by Speaker David Ralston Tuesday, February 3. Shown are, from left, front, board attorney Lynn Doss, Director of Achievement Sarah Rigdon, board members Bobby Bearden, Chad Galloway and Terry Bramlett, and Ralston; back, State Senator Steve Gooch, Assistant Superintendent Robert Ensley, Superi
Fannin County Board of Education members Mike Cole, left, and Bobby Bearden learned more about legislation that could potentially affect Fannin County students, including Senate Bill 237, which would reduce the number of student assessments required by the state.
Fannin County Board of Education Chair Chad Galloway, left, and Vice-Chair Terry Bramlett traveled to Georgia’s capitol, Tuesday, March 3, and met with leaders of the Georgia School Boards Association and the Georgia School Superintendents Association to learn more about potential legislation that could affect Fannin County students.
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