Bryan County Schools announced Wednesday the school board was named a 2019 Quality Board by the Georgia School Board Association.
“This most recent recognition by the Georgia School Boards Association affirms and highlights the Bryan County Board of Education’s commitment to excellence and success for all students, faculty, staff, and community. This recognition is something that should be celebrated by all stakeholders, as the future of Bryan County Schools has never looked brighter,” Superintendent Dr. Paul Brooksher said, in a press release.
The Bryan County Board of Education met or exceeded GSBA criteria and is one of 21 of 180 public school boards in Georgia to achieve the status.
“The Bryan County Board of Education is committed to ensuring excellent educational opportunities for each and every student,” BoE Chairwoman Amy Murphy said. “We believe in the value of strong leadership and we support and promote excellence and success at every level. As members of the Board, we must first hold ourselves to the highest standards and reach for the loftiest goals as part of our role in governing. Each and every individual member of the Governance Team is committed to making this Quality Board Award a priority. Our hope is that the community we represent will see this recognition as a sign of our commitment to our students, our employees, and the entire Bryan County community.”