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By Christian Jennings - bio | email

November 20, 2008

THOMASVILLE, GA (WALB) - Pre-K and Kindergarten students in Thomasville got a visit from the Georgia Partnership for Excellence Bus Tour.

Hand-In-Hand Primary School is the first Georgia Pre-K to be nominated and chosen as a stop on the tour.

Teachers and students were excited this morning to see their visitors from around the state. They said it was a day they had been looking forward to ever since they were nominated in March.

"I do feel like everyone was impressed. The most common things I heard were everyone classroom was open, the teachers were happy and seemed to love their jobs, the children were happy and well adjusted. I mean today with all the hype going on there were no behavior problems in the classrooms today," says Principal Jeanna Mayhall.

Sixty Georgia leaders toured classrooms for two hours this morning.  Feedback