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Students Recognize School Board Members With Special Awards

Greenwood Public Schools are served by School Board members who give unselfishly and tirelessly for the students and community they represent.   They give students a platform and avenues to reach their full potential.   Board members make informed decisions about issues that face public schools today, while keeping a vision for the future in mind.  During January, school board members are recognized for their service.   We thank them for advocating on our behalf and making our students’ success a priority.

The men and women serving Greenwood Public schools are (left to right) Paul McCollom, Rozanne Sterling, Jeff Turner- Board Vice President, Clifton James- Board Secretary, Todd Hales- Board President, Kelli Henning, and Dr. Brad Johnson.

Great leadership always begins with a willing heart, a positive attitude, and a desire to make a difference.

Students from East Hills Middle School presented Greenwood School Board members with medals made with the MakerBot 3D printer thanking them for their service.  The MakerBot system inspires creativity with a fun, exciting and collaborative learning experience.    Students shown include (left to right): Anna Johnson, Griffen Kerr, Dax Lewis, and Tatum Sadler.  Not pictured who also designed awards were: Tayshaun Leader, Carley Brixey and Jocelyn Sewell.

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