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North Georgia RESA Welcomes Dr. Samuel DePaul as our new Executive Director.
On behalf of the North Georgia RESA Board of Control and staff, we are off to a great start to the 2016-17 school year. As we approach October 1, and reflect on work accomplished since July 1, we are both excited and looking forward to our hard work in supporting our Board of Control member schools and institutions; focusing on our vision of Excellence in Educational Support.
While our focus was on newness during the first several weeks of this school year, we have truly worked hard in supporting our constituencies. Along with new leadership, new faces, new vision, new logo and signage, and new atmosphere in the office, our first quarter was very productive. While I am not attempting to impress with statistics, I do believe it is important to promote our work. North GA RESA trainings to date included Tribunal Hearing, Number Talks, Substitute Teachers and Paraprofessional Preparation. 109 participants in all, including Cherokee, Gilmer, Murray, Pickens and Whitfield Counties; along with Fannin and Catoosa. Regarding our on-site contacts, 661 professionals engaged in school improvement, school climate, math, literacy and other related trainings.
As we move forward through the fourth quarter of the year, many exciting trainings and other happenings will be occurring here at the North GA RESA. I would encourage you to peruse our website; and certainly feel free to contact us in person.
"Excellence in Educational Support"
Click HERE for the consolidated RESA System Calendar. This Calendar includes important dates for NGRESA and member systems. It includes holidays, breaks, planning days, and other dates.
System dates were accurate at the time of creation but are subject to change. Please consult each system's official calendar for the most up to date information.
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