Pictured with their grant awards during the Jan. 10 Houston County Board of Education meeting are: Board Chairman Fred Wilson; Cindy West, of Westside Elementary; Kim Halstead and Kayla O’Brien, Tucker Elementary; Walter Stephens, Thomson Middle; Michelle Davis and Dana Wiggins, Quail Run Elementary; Jennifer Ham and Jake Harvey, Mossy Creek Middle; Marla Garnto, Northside Elementary; William Wilson, Langston Road Elementary; Will Ray, Kings Chapel Elementary; Gwendolyn Taylor, Huntington Middle; JoeyHinson and Tomieka Waller, Feagin Mill Middle; and Houston County Superintendent Mark Scott.
Pictured with their grant awards during the Jan. 10 Houston County Board of Education meeting are: Board Chairman Fred Wilson; Cindy West, of Westside Elementary; Kim Halstead and Kayla O’Brien, Tucker Elementary; Walter Stephens, Thomson Middle; Michelle Davis and Dana Wiggins, Quail Run Elementary; Jennifer Ham and Jake Harvey, Mossy Creek Middle; Marla Garnto, Northside Elementary; William Wilson, Langston Road Elementary; Will Ray, Kings Chapel Elementary; Gwendolyn Taylor, Huntington Middle; JoeyHinson and Tomieka Waller, Feagin Mill Middle; and Houston County Superintendent Mark Scott. Special to The Telegraph
Pictured with their grant awards during the Jan. 10 Houston County Board of Education meeting are: Board Chairman Fred Wilson; Cindy West, of Westside Elementary; Kim Halstead and Kayla O’Brien, Tucker Elementary; Walter Stephens, Thomson Middle; Michelle Davis and Dana Wiggins, Quail Run Elementary; Jennifer Ham and Jake Harvey, Mossy Creek Middle; Marla Garnto, Northside Elementary; William Wilson, Langston Road Elementary; Will Ray, Kings Chapel Elementary; Gwendolyn Taylor, Huntington Middle; JoeyHinson and Tomieka Waller, Feagin Mill Middle; and Houston County Superintendent Mark Scott. Special to The Telegraph

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