School Board meeting

All agenda items passed when the Washington County School Board met Monday night.

Brian Solger, Ag teacher at Chipley High School, recognized student Jay Register who won the Peanut Festival $5,000 scholarship for the Catch a Heifer program.

CHS student Jay Register recognized at School Board meeting.

Vernon High School Principal Brian Riviere and Athletic Director Gerald Tranquille recognized VHS’s outstanding football team for making it to the regional finals this year. Coach Tranquille commended team members for being great students academically, as well as athletic.

The football team for Vernon High School was recognized for making it to regionals.

Beth Arnold, director of Assessment and Accountabilities, recognized district guidance counselors who she calls “Silent Heroes” for the jobs they have been asked to do since August. She said they work with grace and compassion all the time and their flexibility and strength is appreciated.

VHS/VMS Principal Brian Riviere, VMS Guidance Counselor Casey Coleman (and VHS Lee Richards, not present); CHS Principal Alicia Clemmons and Guidance Counselors Sarah Short, Ciara Russ and Jorge Bauzo also recognized for filling in for guidance at CHS at the beginning of the school year; VES Principal Steve Griffin and Guidance Counselor Kay Haddock; RMS Principal Nancy Holley and Guidance Counselor Delanie Pritchard; KMS Principal Lesa Burdeshaw and Tiffany Clifton (Sule Locke not present)

Superintendent Joseph Taylor recognized Jiranda White, the new director of Federal Programs for the District.

Director of Federal Programs Jiranda White and Supt. Joe Taylor