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Saturday April 21st, 2018 3:02PM

Johnson High teacher recognized by state group for her work

By AccessWDUN Staff

Johnson High School teacher, Casey Fleury, has been selected as the 2018-2019 Georgia Career, Technical & Agriculture Education New Teacher of the Year for the Healthcare Science division.

This is Fleury’s second year at JHS and fifth year in Hall County. She previously taught Healthcare Science at West Hall Middle School. This the first time JHS has had a winner in the Healthcare Science division.

            "She is passionate about her teaching career and being the best teacher she can be to her students," according to a news release from Hall County Schools, announcing her selection.  "She is proud to have the opportunity to continue developing the students in her home community and building the future of healthcare."

 

 

 

 

 

Rhonda Samples

 

 

 

Rhonda Samples

 

Hall County Schools

 

Career, Technical & Agricultural Education Director

 

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