Dr. Samuel DePaul
EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT
It has been a very busy and productive year at the North GA RESA. As the executive director, I am completing my second year. Please know that the staff has worked extremely hard in providing Excellence in Educational Support to our member schools districts during the past two years. In addition to the educational support they provide, they have rebuilt the North GA RESA into an effective agency that supports our schools and provides needed professional learning and timely department of education workshops on current trends, and the changing mandates and governing policies.
In addition to our routine work as described above, several new events and programs have been added to our RESA work during this past year. An Aspiring Leaders program was completed by a cohort of 21 teacher leaders aspiring to become building administrators, a national speaker on poverty was a keynote event back in December, we were approved as a local school board training provider, the TAPP program was added and will be ready as needed for the 2018-19 school year, and an outstanding Leadership Summit for our RESA members was held in early June.
While we are excited and encouraged about our past two years, we will continue to strive to meet the needs of our member schools to continue striving for Excellence in Educational Support. We look forward to an enjoyable summer of relaxation and preparation work for the upcoming school year. Please view our website, and if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call our office.
Samuel A. DePaul, Executive Director
"Excellence in Educational Support"
Click HERE for the consolidated RESA System Calendar. This Calendar includes important dates for NGRESA and member systems. It includes holidays, breaks, planning days, and other dates.
System dates were accurate at the time of creation but are subject to change. Please consult each system's official calendar for the most up to date information.
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