The Georgia Department of Education is honoring Bryan County Schools for its progress in helping economically disadvantaged students succeed in the classroom.
The district is one of four medium-sized school districts to be named a Distinguished Title I District by the state DoE for student gains in reading, English, language arts and math scores on state-mandated tests.
“We are very proud of the progress of our schools and we are continuously working to provide instructional strategies and interventions to increase student outcomes throughout the district,” said Dr. Paul Brooksher, superintendent of Bryan County Schools. “Our schools remain focused on making public education work for our students.”
The Bryan County Board of Education learned of the honor at a recent board workshop held at the Richmond Hill Pre-K center. Assistant Superintendent Brad Anderson explained the state’s criteria for being a distinguished district in one of four classifications based on enrollment and ranging from large to very small.
Read full story in Nov. 20 issue of the Bryan County News.