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Sugar Hill Elementary receives visit from governors office
Pam Williams stops to take a photo of Sugar Hill Elementary student work hanging in the school’s hallways Monday morning during her visit to the Hall County school. Williams is education outreach coordinator for the Governor’s Office.
At Sugar Hill Elementary School, 5-year-old students are learning how to make PowerPoints and film instructional videos. One kindergarten teacher at the school was recognized last year with a grant for her innovation in the classroom, and the honor also earned the school a visit Monday from a representative with the Governor’s Office. “It was an award I received last year for innovation in the classroom, meaning innovative practices and different approaches to teaching children,” said Lindsey Rhodes, Sugar Hill kindergarten teacher.