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November Board Recognitions


VETERANS DAY RECOGNITIONS

At the November 10th school board meeting, we honored our veterans with a virtual recognition ceremony. School district leaders visited each veteran employee throughout the day and presented them with a certificate of recognition and patriotic gifts of gratitude for their service to this country. The pictures taken at the event were displayed at the board meeting. To view the collection of photos click on the following link: Veterans Day Recognition.




STATE SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT STUDENT ADVISORY COUNCIL

BRAYLEN HOWELL, Georgia College Early College

DAMIAN GARZA, Baldwin High School


Braylen Howell and Damian Garza were recognized for being named to Superintendent Woods' 2020-2021 State School Superintendent Student Advisory Council.


2020 CHARTER SYSTEM OF THE YEAR


The Baldwin County School District was recognized for being awarded the 2020 Georgia Charter System of the Year title by the Charter System Foundation.


2021 GEORGIA SUPERINTENDENT OF THE YEAR FINALIST


Superintendent Dr. Noris Price was recognized for being selected as a 2021 Superintendent of the Year Finalist by the Georgia School Superintendents Association (GSSA).


SUPERINTENDENT EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP PROGRAM


Dr. Price was also recognized by the school board for completing the one-year Superintendent Executive Leadership Program conducted by GSSA.


ACCREDITATION BY THE COGNIA GLOBAL COMMISSION


The Baldwin County School District, as well as each Baldwin County school, was recognized for receiving Accreditation through June 30, 2024 by meeting the criteria for educational quality established by the Cognia Global Commission formerly known as AdvancEd/SACS.





























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