STEM contributions recognized

Published 9:31 pm Tuesday, January 20, 2015

The Decatur County Board of Education recognized many of its Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Community Partners last Thursday night. Dr. April Aldridge, Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum, and Donna McGlincy, K-12 Science Coach for Decatur County, recognized these individuals for their contributions to various STEM projects throughout the county over the past year.
Stone’s Home Center. George Davis, James Williamson, and Hilda Phillips
Radio Shack, Calvin Douglas
Flowers By Cooper, Bill Cooper
Keep Decatur County Beautiful, Suzanne Brandt
John Johnson Elementary parents Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Watson
BASF, Scott Pounds
Enviroscape Presentation, Gary Hawkins, PhD
Decatur County 4-H, Lindsey Hayes and Theresa Adkins
FSU Magnet Lab, Carlos Villa
City of Bainbridge Wastewater Treatment Plant, Rusty Adams
Decatur County Farmer’s Market, Carol Dupree, Mills Brock, and Jessica Allen
West Bainbridge Elementary parent Turner Lynn
John Johnson Elementary parent Lee Godwin
Elcan-King Elementary parent Brett Wilkinson
Elcan-King Elementary parent Walt Landrum
Elcan-King Elementary parent Erin Timmons
Jones-Wheat Elementary parent Arien Adams
Seaborn Printing, Jamie Kelly
Potter Street Elementary parent Shamira Herring
West Bainbridge Elementary cafeteria employee Grace Ezell.

Email newsletter signup