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16 sign at Floyd County Schools College and Career Academy’s 7th Annual Georgia Future Educators Signing Day

16 sign at Floyd County Schools College and Career Academy’s 7th Annual Georgia Future Educators Signing Day

Across the state last week, local school systems hosted their own Georgia Future Educators Signing Day. The Floyd County Schools College and Career Academy (CCA) was proud to participate in this special event. This initiative provided the opportunity to recognize high school students who have decided to dedicate their service in the field of education. Seniors at the CCA in the Teacher Education pathway signed with Georgia Highlands College, Shorter University, Jacksonville State University, Georgia Northwestern Technical College, University of Georgia, Young Harris College, and Piedmont College. These students have been in the Teacher Education pathway for two years, working in classrooms across our system. They have had the opportunity to work in elementary and middle school classrooms, completing internships, and spending more than 275 hours observing and working with children and teachers in our local schools. So, by the end of the two years, they have enough experience to make a solid decision about the career they have chosen. While the agreement the students signed was not a legal, binding agreement, it was a great way to express their commitment to a future career.

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The Teacher Education pathway is so thankful to Dr. Christie Calhoun, Department Head of Curriculum and Instruction, and Ms. Maria Hayes, Coordinator of Clinical Placements and School Partnerships at Jacksonville State University; Dr. Marcus Washington, Assistant Professor of Education at Shorter University; Mrs. Linda Tinney, Career Transition Specialist at Georgia Northwestern Technical College; Mr. Bradley Gilmore, Human Resources Director, and Mrs. Jennifer Carpenter, Social Sciences and Education Division Chair at Georgia Highlands College; Dr. Glenn White, Superintendent, Mr. John Parker, Assistant Superintendent and Chief Academic Officer, Mrs. Stacy Hardy, Executive Director of Human Resources, and Mrs. Lenora Doss, Public Relations Coordinator of Floyd County Schools; Dr. John Rhodarmer, Principal, Mr. Wright Edge, Career, Technical, and Agricultural Director, and Mrs. Jenny Wear, Assistant Principal at FCS College and Career Academy for their participation in the ceremony. In addition, thanks goes out to the parents and grandparents who were able to attend and for the constant support of their children. We are so appreciative of the video message from Richard Woods, school superintendent for the state of Georgia. It was an amazing day and truly warmed the hearts of their educators to see these young men and women follow their own hearts to make a difference in the world and in the lives of Georgia’s future youth.


  • Georgia Highlands College

    • Addison Cantrell (MHS)

    • Aysia Day (PHS)

    • Macie Deems (PHS)

    • Madison George (MHS)

    • Kimberly Lima (CHS)

    • Levi Money (CHS)

    • BryLeigh Pulliam (AHS)

    • Addie Young (AHS)

  • Georgia Northwestern Technical College

    • Caileigh Edwards (PHS)

    • Kinsley Pope (MHS)

  • Jacksonville State University

    • Klarissa Carver (CHS)

  • Shorter University

    • Ally Hawkins (AHS)

    • Kenzie Osborn (AHS)

    • Bree Vansant (MHS)

  • University of Georgia

    • Olivia Miller (MHS)

  • Young Harris College

    • Aubrie Cordle (AHS)

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