Chase Dowdy 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. Chase was unanimously selected by his teachers for being motivated and making steady progress to complete his classes. Shown are (L-R) teacher Parker Martin, teacher Mark Fuller, Chase Dowdy, Dr. Tammy Mason (school administration), and teaching assistant Tia Johnson. Keep up the good work, Chase!
The Elbert County Alternative Education Program is happy to announce Dorian Welborn 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. Dorian is off to a good start this school year. He was unanimously selected by his teachers for being motivated and having already completed four courses this early in the year! Shown are (L-R) teaching assistant Tia Johnson, teacher Parker Martin, Dorian Welborn, Dr. Tammy Mason (administrator), and teacher Mark Fuller. Way to go, Dorian! We are proud of you!
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!
The Elbert County AEP would like to thank our local Dairy Queen for their sponsorship of our Student of the Month program for the fourth year in a row. Your gifts and donations are very much appreciated. We are truly grateful for your support and for investing in the lives of our students. Together, we are making a difference!