The Clarke County School District has announced that Georgia School Superintendent Richard Woods will visit Cleveland Road Elementary School beginning at 1:30 p.m. on Sept. 18.
During the school year, Woods visits schools throughout the state, touring classrooms, observing learning in progress, and talking with students, educators, and other stakeholders to learn what is working in Georgia’s K-12 public education system, what changes can be made, and how the Georgia Department of Education can be of service.
During his visit to CRES Woods will award the school a Literacy Leader Banner for achievement in reading. He will also bring signed pocket-sized copies of the U.S. Constitution to give to fourth-graders for Constitution Week, which will be observed Sept. 17-23.
In addition to school and district officials and local Board of Education members, state Board of Education member Dr. Stan DeJarnett, state Rep. Houston Gaines, and state Sen. Bill Cowsert have been invited to attend.