Saturday May 25th, 2024 3:55AM

Lyman Hall parent chosen for State Superintendent’s Parent Advisory Council

By Lawson Smith Anchor/Reporter
A Lyman Hall Elementary School parent has been selected to serve on the State School’s Superintendent’s Parent Advisory Council. 
Ana Lugo will join the council of parents from across the state that provide input on new policies, projects, and materials that impact students and their families. Advisory Council members also focus on how to increase family engagement in education to ensure student's academic success. Members serve for a two-year term and will frequently meet with State Superintendent, Dr. Richard Woods. 
In a press release from the Hall County School System, Lugo expressed her excitement to begin her term.
“It says in Philippians 4:13 that I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me,” she said. “I am honored to have the opportunity to serve on the Superintendent’s Parent Advisory Council and represent the families of Lyman Hall Elementary and other schools like ours throughout our incredible Hall County Schools community.”
“This is amazing news,” Lyman Hall Principal Angel Rodriguez, said. “Ana Lugo’s input will have a positive impact on students, schools, and families across the entire state of Georgia.”
“Ms. Lugo’s selection to serve on the State Superintendent’s Parent Advisory Council is a fine example of giving voice to parents when it comes to educating children,” Superintendent Will Schofield, said. “We congratulate Ms. Lugo and we know she will represent Lyman Hall and the Hall County School District well.”
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