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October 14, 2013

Agendas for tonight's Whitfield Board of Education meetings

Called Work Session

Whitfield County Board of Education

1306 S. Thornton Ave.

Oct. 14, 2013

5:30 p.m.

I. Call to Order & Roll Call

II. Adoption of Agenda

III. Executive Session



6:30 p.m.

I. Call to Order & Roll Call

II. Adoption of Agenda

III. Pledge of Allegiance

IV. Moment of Silent Reflection

V. Inspirations/Recognitions/Presentations

• Alpha Delta Kappa (ADK) Shannon Cole – Presentation to Board

• WC Schools’ Nutrition Programs are being honored by the Georgia Department of Education (GaDOE) for reaching high levels of student participation for 2011-2012.

• Ben Oliver, Math teacher at Southeast High School, chosen to serve on the Teacher Advisory Council with State School Superintendent, John Barge

• Eleazar Arreguin, 1st year teacher at Dawnville Elementary, receives a New Teacher Assistance Grant from Georgia Power.

• Phoenix High School receives grant for Reality Store

• Whitfield County Schools with CRCT Scores Higher than the State Average in Reading, English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, or Social Studies for 2012-2013.

VI. Hearing of Individuals and/or Delegations – Please limit comments to 3 minutes

VII. Approval of Minutes for September 9,  2013                                                                

VIII. Financials

IX. Superintendent Report

• Teaching and Learning

• AdvancED – Audrey Williams

• Update on Teaching and Learning – Karey Williams

• System Report Card – Judy Gilreath

• Operations

• Facilities Use Agreements

• Intergovernmental Agreement as to demolition of the Old Eastbrook Middle School Building

• Disposition of the old Westside Headstart Building

• Operations Updates

• Support Services

• Personnel

X. Previous Business

XI. New Business                

XII. Board Member Reports

XIII. Adjourn

Whitfield County Board of Education

Louis Fordham – chairman

Bill Worley – vice chairman

Thomas Barton

Rodney Lock

Tony Stanley


Judy Gilreath, superintendent


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