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Thomas Co. parent appointed to state parent advisory council

A Thomas County parent was chosen to serve on the superintendents parent advisory council. (Source:WALB) A Thomas County parent was chosen to serve on the superintendents parent advisory council. (Source:WALB)
"I am the parent representative for this area but I'm not just the representative for me and my kids, I'm the representative for the area. So certainly need feed back and education. Like you said i'm new to all of this so i'm learning as I go(Source:WALB) "I am the parent representative for this area but I'm not just the representative for me and my kids, I'm the representative for the area. So certainly need feed back and education. Like you said i'm new to all of this so i'm learning as I go(Source:WALB)
Superintendent's PAC will share the information they learn with community members, other families and schools.  (Source:WALB) Superintendent's PAC will share the information they learn with community members, other families and schools. (Source:WALB)
THOMAS CO., GA (WALB) -

A Thomas County parent was chosen to serve on the superintendents parent advisory council.

Allen Thornhill has two children in the Thomas County School system and said he was excited to be appointed.

Thornhill attended the first meeting for the state council on September 12th.

He said they talked about development of Georgia’s state plan in implementing the new federal law, the Every Student Succeeds Act.

Thornhill would like to hear feedback from other parents so he can represent the county to the best of his ability.

"I am the parent representative for this area but I'm not just the representative for me and my kids, I'm the representative for the area. So certainly need feed back and education. Like you said i'm new to all of this so i'm learning as I go," said Thornhill.

The next meeting is January 30th.

Superintendent's PAC will share the information they learn with community members, other families and schools. 

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