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Maysville Elementary Receives Leader In Me Grant

Maysville Elementary School has been awarded over thirty-one thousand dollars by the Georgia Department of Education for the Leader In Me Grant, the state announced last week. 

Maysville will receive a total of $31,769.82 for the grant, which is focused on assisting schools and districts by building leadership and life skills in students and staff members by creating a high-trust culture and accelerating academic achievement. Maysville principal Dr. Katie Warwick said she has started sharing ideas from the grant with staff as they begin to implement the program within the school.

Law Approved As New LKMS Assistant Principal

Brittany Law has been approved as the new assistant principal of Legacy Knoll Middle School, following a vote by the Jackson County Board of Education on Monday night. 

Law will join an administrative team at LKMS that includes principal Dr. Miriam Ledford-Lyle and assistant principal Daniella McLean. 

Dr. Allison Approved As New Assistant Principal at South Jackson

Dr. Heather Allison has been approved to serve as the newest assistant principal at South Jackson Elementary School, following a vote by the Jackson County Board of Education on Thursday night. 

Allison will become the second assistant principal at SJES, joining current assistant principal Dr. Em Smith Headley and principal Amy Adams. Allison currently serves as an Early Intervention Program teacher and Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS) Coordinator at South Jackson Elementary, positions she has held since 2018.

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