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 Pictured Left to Right: Mr. Kevin Aviles, Assistant Principal at VRMS; Mr. Kelly Edwards, Assistant Principal at VRHS; Mrs. Cecilia Brown, Assistant Principal at IES; Dr. Rochelle Lamar, Principal at VRMS; Mr. Vic Coggins, Assistant Principal at VRHS; Mr. Charles Johnson, Principal at Villa Rica Elementary; Mr. Adam Herring, Principal at VRHS; Mr. Brad Corbett, Principal at IES; Mr. Bruce Tidaback, Principal at Bay Springs Middle; Mrs. Alison Lyle, Assistant Principal at SHES; Mrs. Carla Meigs, Principal at SHES; Mrs. Beth Chandler, Principal at GHES; Mr. Scott K. Cowart, Superintendent; Dr. Dana Harman, Assistant Superintendent of T&L; Mr. Mitch Springer, Principal at VRES.
Pictured Left to Right: Mr. Kevin Aviles, Assistant Principal at VRMS; Mr. Kelly Edwards, Assistant Principal at VRHS; Mrs. Cecilia Brown, Assistant Principal at IES; Dr. Rochelle Lamar, Principal at VRMS; Mr. Vic Coggins, Assistant Principal at VRHS; Mr. Charles Johnson, Principal at Villa Rica Elementary; Mr. Adam Herring, Principal at VRHS; Mr. Brad Corbett, Principal at IES; Mr. Bruce Tidaback, Principal at Bay Springs Middle; Mrs. Alison Lyle, Assistant Principal at SHES; Mrs. Carla Meigs, Principal at SHES; Mrs. Beth Chandler, Principal at GHES; Mr. Scott K. Cowart, Superintendent; Dr. Dana Harman, Assistant Superintendent of T&L; Mr. Will Zwingman, Assistant Principal at GHES.

(Carrollton, Georgia ­ September 17, 2014) The Villa Rica community celebrated the accomplishments of their elementary, middle, and high school’s at the Villa Rica Cluster Annual Celebration Night Tuesday, September 16. The Annual Cluster Celebration event which highlighted accomplishments and areas of growth for each school within the Villa Rica Cluster was held at Villa Rica High School. Principals from all seven schools shared the academic, fine arts and extracurricular accomplishments for the 2013­14 school year as well as sharing areas of focus for the coming year. The evening was highlighted by the recognition of students and staff from each of the seven schools. A high level of pride in the accomplishments of the cluster schools was evident in all attending and participating in the event.

Carroll County Schools Press Release

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