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Ware BOE Recognizes GLISI Elementary Cohort 49

The Ware County Board of Education recognized a select group of educators at its December board meeting. The team, comprised of Central Office personnel, principals, assistant principals, instructional coaches, and teachers representing each elementary school in the district, attended the Georgia Leadership for School Improvement (GLISI) Base Camp and Leadership Summit during the fall semester. The GLISI organization offers leadershihp development programs that engage district and school leaders in hands-on learning and authentic collaboration for the purpose of systemic school improvement. 


GLISI Cohort 49 members representing Ware County Schools include (front row L-R) Paige Coker, Director of Special Projects/Public Relations for Ware County Schools; Colleen Lagoueyte, Teacher at Waresboro Elementary School; Lesley Wheeler, Instructional Coach at Memorial Drive Elementary; Donna Solomon, Principal at Ruskin Elementary; Shelly Cox, Teacher at Center Elementary School; Sonya Mixon, Title Programs Coordinator for Ware County Schools; Gina Howell, Assistant Principal for Memorial Drive and Waresboro Elementary and (back row L-R) Barry Deas, Chairman of the Ware County Board of Education; Cynthia Mobley, Teacher at Williams Heights Elementary; Bill Epps, Assistant Principal at Ruskin and Williams Heights Elementary; Dr. Shawn Benefield, Assistant Principal at Wacona Elementary; Ann Guess, Teacher at Wacona Elementary; Melissa Shields, Instructional Coach at Waresboro Elementary; Sandy Tiner, Teacher at Ruskin Elementary; Tyler Bennett, Principal at Center Elementary; and Jim L. LeBrun, Superintendent of Ware County Schools.



GLISI Cohort 49

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