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CCSD Celebrates Future Educators

Posted On: Friday, May 6, 2022

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Creekview High School future educators are congratulated by school and CCSD leaders.  From left to right, front row: Assistant Principal Jessica Whitley, Mia Lord, Bailey Garner, Julie Coker, Creekview’s Teaching as a Profession Pathway teacher; Delaney Dickerson, Emma Parsons; back row: Morgan McClure, Ashley Tippens, Sammie Deas, Ally DiBlasi, Morgan Adams, Maddie Law, Ellie Johnson, Krista Webb, CCSD curriculum coordinator for CTAE (career, technical and agricultural education) and social studies.

The Cherokee County School District celebrated its future educators this week!

High schools across the country held “signing day” events as part of National Teacher Appreciation Week to honor graduating seniors who plan to pursue careers in education.  Cherokee, Creekview, Etowah, Sequoyah and Woodstock High School all hosted events.

“We’re so proud of these students for choosing to pursue careers as educators and teach the next generation – thank you and congratulations,” Superintendent of Schools Dr. Brian V. Hightower said.  “It’s incredibly encouraging to see young people who want to serve their community in this important way.  We hope to see them back in our classrooms as future #CCSDfam teachers!” 

Cherokee HS Future Educators: Bailey Elbe, Maleah Heath, Lanae' Lewis, Britney Thomas, Sasha Rojas, Grace Paciolla, Elizabeth Shepherd and Ashleigh Flaugh.

Creekview HS Future Educators: Morgan Adams, Sammie Deas, Ally DiBlasi, Delaney Dickerson, Bailey Garner, Ellie Johnson, Maddie Law, Mia Lord, Morgan McClure and Ashley Tippens.

Etowah HS Future Educators: Emily Collins, Lauren Giesler, Ryan Lofland, Sarah Mock and Laurel O'Brien.

Sequoyah HS Future Educators: Sara Galvez, Bethani Hagaman, Molly Kish, Alex Lammens and Jaedyn Revels. 

Woodstock HS Future Educators: Casandra Brown, Victoria Giardina, Gloria Houngblame and Delilah Parkes.

Cherokee High School future educators are congratulated by Early Childhood Education Pathway teacher Kym McCrary: from left to right, Bailey Elbe, Maleah Heath, Lanae' Lewis, Britney Thomas, Sasha Rojas, Grace Paciolla, Elizabeth Shepherd and Ashleigh Flaugh.

Cherokee High School future educators are congratulated by Early Childhood Education Pathway teacher Kym McCrary: from left to right, Bailey Elbe, Maleah Heath, Lanae' Lewis, Britney Thomas, Sasha Rojas, Grace Paciolla, Elizabeth Shepherd and Ashleigh Flaugh.

Etowah High School future educators celebrate signing day: from left to right, Emily Collins, Lauren Giesler, Laurel O'Brien, Sarah Mock and Ryan Lofland.

Etowah High School future educators celebrate signing day: from left to right, Emily Collins, Lauren Giesler, Laurel O'Brien, Sarah Mock and Ryan Lofland.

Sequoyah High School future educators are congratulated by school and CCSD leaders.  From left to right, front row: Alex Lammens, Jaedyn Revels, Sara Galvez; back row: Krista Webb, CCSD coordinator for CTAE (career, technical and agricultural education) and social studies; Rachel LaChine, Sequoyah’s Teaching as a Profession Pathway teacher; Bethani Hagaman, Molly Kish and Kennesaw State University representatives Stacy Delacruz, director of education student services, and Traci Redish, associate dean for strategic partnerships.

Sequoyah High School future educators are congratulated by school and CCSD leaders.  From left to right, front row: Alex Lammens, Jaedyn Revels, Sara Galvez; back row: Krista Webb, CCSD coordinator for CTAE (career, technical and agricultural education) and social studies; Rachel LaChine, Sequoyah’s Teaching as a Profession Pathway teacher; Bethani Hagaman, Molly Kish and Kennesaw State University representatives Stacy Delacruz, director of education student services, and Traci Redish, associate dean for strategic partnerships.

Woodstock High School future educators celebrate signing day: from left to right, Victoria Giardina, Delilah Parks, Gloria Houngblame and Casandra Brown. #CCSDfam

Woodstock High School future educators celebrate signing day: from left to right, Victoria Giardina, Delilah Parkes, Gloria Houngblame and Casandra Brown.
#CCSDfam





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