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Student of the Month - November 2016 SOTM

Tenealya Allen was chosen as the Elbert County Alternative Education Program's Student of the Month for November. Students who receive this recognition consistently exhibit a positive attitude, exemplify good behavior, and make significant academic progress. Tenealya was selected by her teachers for working hard in her classes to earn required credits. Shown are (L-R) teacher Jane McCall, teacher Mark Fuller, Tenealya Allen, and  Director Tammy Mason. Good job, Tenealya!

Student of the Month - October 2016 Student of the Month

Congratulations to Josey Blackmon on being selected as the Elbert County Alternative Education Program's Student of the Month for October. Students who earn this recognition consistently exhibit a positive attitude, exemplify good character and behavior, and make significant academic progress. Josey was selected by her teachers for staying on schedule to complete her classes. Shown are (L-R)  teacher Mark Fuller, Josey Blackmon, and  Director Tammy Mason. Way to go, Josey!

Student of the Month - September 2016 Student of the Month

River Jones was selected as the Student of the Month for September at the Elbert County Alternative Education Program. Students earn this recognition by consistently exhibiting a positive attitude, exemplifying good character and behavior, and showing academic progress. River was unanimously selected by his teachers for being motivated and working ahead of schedule to complete his classes. Shown are (L-R) teacher/coach Lyle Burns, academic tutor Janice Madden, River Jones, Director Tammy Mason, and teacher Mark Fuller. Keep up the good work, River!

Student of the Month - August 2016 Student of the Month

The Elbert County Alternative Education Program is happy to announce Iven Jackson as the Student of the Month for August. This recognition is awarded to a student who consistently exhibits a positive attitude, exemplifies good character and behavior, and shows academic progress. Iven is off to a good start this school year. He was unanimously selected by his teachers for being motivated, remaining focused, and working to improve his behavior. Shown are (L-R) teacher Mark Fuller, Iven Jackson, Director Tammy Mason, academic tutor Jane McCall, and teacher/graduation coach Staycie Rice. Way to go, Iven! We are proud of you!

Student of the Month - April 2016

Elberton Education Center is happy to announce River Jones as the Student of the Month for April. This recognition is awarded to a student who consistently exhibits a positive attitude, exemplifies good character, and shows academic progress. Not only did River finish all of his courses early this semester, he was assigned two additional courses and completed those as well. River was unanimously selected by all of his teachers for his motivation, work ethic, and good behavior. Shown are (L-R) teacher Clarence Harris, River Jones, Principal Tammy Mason, and teacher Drew Carter.

EEC Title I Parent Survey

As we continuously seek to improve the Elbert County School District, we want to know how you, as a parent or guardian, feel the schools and the district are doing to meet your needs. The information that you provide will help us evaluate and improve how our schools, families and parents work together to help all students achieve academically.  All information provided is confidential and will be used to assist us with future planning for parental involvement activities and events in the district and schools. Your opinions and suggestions are very valuable, and we thank you for your time to complete this survey.

EEC Welcomes Guest - Ms. Cynthia Wilkins
As part of our Character Education Program, Elberton Education Center is excited to welcome Ms. Cynthia Wilkins on Thursday, April 14, to speak to and share her experiences in law enforcement with our students. Ms. Wilkins is a former Sergeant (Inmate Needs) with the Clarke County Sheriff’s Office, Jail Section. She retired in January 2014 after 19 years of service.  She also served as Clarke County Sheriff’s Office Chaplain during her last 7 years with the agency.  Ms. Wilkins, an ordained minister, continues to serve in the role as volunteer Chaplain with the Clarke County Sheriff’s Office. Additionally, she serves as a  volunteer with the Northeast Georgia Council for Domestic Violence.  A 1987 graduate of Elbert County Comprehensive Adult High School, Ms. Wilkins attended Athens Technical and Truett McConnell Colleges, and also graduated from Living Water Training Center Bible College, Anderson S.C., in 2012. She currently resides in Hart County.
Elbert County Alternative Education Program  |  600 Abernathy Circle  |  Elberton, GA 30635
Phone:706.213.4165  |  Fax:706.213.1183