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Friday May 27th, 2016 6:31PM

Boyle plans to seek re-election to Banks school board

By Staff
HOMER - Dr. Michael Boyle plans to seek re-election to the Banks County Board of Education Post 3 this year.

Dr. Boyle is currently a teacher at Chicopee Woods Elementary school in Hall County. He has been in education since 1999.

"Over the past four years, the Banks County School System has seen continuous improvement in its high school graduation rate, as well as being a leader in the State of Georgia onstate wide testing," Dr. Boyle said. "I have enjoyed serving the citizens of Banks County and would love to continue serving the students, parents and taxpayers for another term."

Boyle, a Republican, holds a Bachelor's, Master's, Education Specialist, and Doctorate degree in education.
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