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Grovetown principal recognized as distinguised

Posted: November 11, 2011 - 12:25pm  |  Updated: November 16, 2011 - 2:27am
Grovetown Elementary Principal Scott Weinand was named District 3 Georgia Principal of the Year by the Georgia Association of Elementary School Principals on Nov. 6, 2011. Weinand is shown with Greenbrier Elementary Principal Judy Holton (from left), school system Director of Elementary Education Michele Sherman, Weinand, Euchee Creek Elementary Principal Katy Yeargain, Title 1 Director Lisa Soloff, and Baker Place Elementary Principal Leeann Fleischauer.  Special Photo
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Grovetown Elementary Principal Scott Weinand was named District 3 Georgia Principal of the Year by the Georgia Association of Elementary School Principals on Nov. 6, 2011. Weinand is shown with Greenbrier Elementary Principal Judy Holton (from left), school system Director of Elementary Education Michele Sherman, Weinand, Euchee Creek Elementary Principal Katy Yeargain, Title 1 Director Lisa Soloff, and Baker Place Elementary Principal Leeann Fleischauer.

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Grovetown Elementary School Principal Scott Weinand recently received the National Distinguished Principal Award for Southeast Georgia.

Weinand received the award Nov. 6 during a conference hosted by the Georgia Association of Elementary School Principals.

Five other elementary school principals from the state also received the award for their districts.

Weinand won for District 3, which includes Columbia, Wilkes, Lincoln, Taliaferro, Warren, McDuffie, Glascock, Richmond, Jefferson, Burke, Jenkins and Emanuel counties.

The award annually is given to principals demonstrating high standards for instruction, achievement and character.

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Craig Spinks

Principal's Award

KUDOS to Mr. Weinand on his recognition for outstanding performance as GTES principal.

Furthermore, it's edifying to see a man as the principal of an elementary school. Little boys, in this era of "dead-beat 'dads'," need to see that a man can care about them, value education and assume a position of leadership in their lives.

Dr. Craig Spinks/ Georgians for Educational Excellence

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