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Address: 701 Bulldog Rd., Lyons, GA 30436
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Toombs County High School CTI Student Receives Award of Excellence
Each year The Georgia Department of Education recognizes high school seniors with disabilities who have had academic and/or extracurricular accomplishments, as shown by earning a scholarship to a four-year, two-year, or vocational technical school; earning a Regular Education Diploma with outstanding extracurricular involvement in school/community; or earning a Special Education Diploma with transition to career education and/or employment. Students are selected through an application process to receive the award.
For the sixth year in a row, Toombs County High School Career Technical Instruction Program (CTI) had an Award of Excellence winner at the Georgia Department of Education. On May 19th, Katelyn Medley, a 2014 graduate of Toombs County High School, received the Award of Excellence for her congressional district from State School Superintendent John Barge at the Award of Excellence Recognition Program. Katelyn was nominated for the award by her CTI Coordinator Sabrina Campbell.
An outgoing student who is active in school clubs, Katelyn developed her leadership, personal growth, and career success through Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) and the CTI program. Katelyn, along with her mother, Terri Johnson, family members, Associate Superintendent and and Special Education Director Sabrina Woodruff , and Mrs. Campbell attended the awards ceremony. “Katelyn is a model student, and we are very proud of her. She did not let her disability interfere with her goals. We have an outstanding CTI Program that allows students with disabilities to be successful and become valuable members of the workforce. Toombs County High School has won this award for the last six years, and we are very proud of this tradition,” stated Mrs. Sabrina Woodruff, Associate Superintendent and Special Education Director.
Pictured L-R: Sabrina Campbell, Katelyn Medley, and John Barge, State School Superintendent