School recognizes counselors and approve five-year plan

Thursday, February 28, 2019

In honor of National School Counseling Week, the Marshall County Board of Education recognized counselors from each school at Mondayís meeting.

The counselors are: Pam Gentry from Chapel Hill Elementary, Mignonne Sawyer from Delk-Henson Intermediate School, Becky Cheatham and Susan Wild from Forrest School, Debra Gage from Cornersville Elementary, Edna London from Cornersville School, Robyn Padgett from Oak Grove Elementary, Carroll Cope from Marshall Elementary School, Stephanie OíNeal from Westhills Elementary, Chris Coleman from Lewisburg Middle School, and Blair Goodman and Jeanne Wiles from Marshall County High School.

In addition to recognizing counselors for their contribution to the school and their students, the school board approved the five-year strategic plan.

The Board of Educationís main goal is to maximize learning in all areas for each student. The mission is divided into five parts: instruction, learning, assessment, collective decision making, and policy.

Topics mentioned in the plan include: infrastructure, technology, elementary education, career and technical education, and secondary education.