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Congratulations to the following GATFACS Award winners!

Scott Quinlan
New Teacher
Krystle Shuman
Teacher of the Year
Renee Roberson
Carl Perkins Outstanding Community Service
Lynsey Singleton
Administrator of the Year

There is still time to nominate someone for the following awards. To apply, please fill out the following Google form: https://goo.gl/forms/5CsgNta2rU1P2Y9A3

  • GATFACS Postsecondary Teacher of the Year-postsecondary FACS teacher/educator not eligible for GATFACS Teacher of the Year
  • GATFACS Guidance Award-full-time school counselor and/or career development professional involved in CTAE

GATFACS Industry Certification

ECE Industry Certification:

  • Lakeview Fort Oglethorpe
    April Hartman
  • Columbia High School
    Chelsea McKinney
  • Miller Grove High School
    Dr. Sherie Bohler
  • Maxwell High School of Technology
    Jennifer Mundy
    Dr. Gina Skinner
  • Northside High School
    Cara Jessup
  • Screven County High School
    Wynn Pollock
  • Marietta City High
    Anne Carroll

2017-2018 Programs

Culinary Arts Industry Certification:

  • Lambert High School
    Laura King
  • South Forsyth High School
    Dawn Martin
    Suzanne Smatt
  • Hutchings Career Academy
    Stuart HardyMark Robinson



Download the GATFACS Gazette - Summer Volume 1, Issue 1


2018 GACTE Awards Session

Bethany  Gilliam
Kate  Keith

Athens, Georgia- GATFACS was well represented among 35 career and technical, and agricultural education (CTAE) educators who were honored by the Georgia Association for Career & Technical Education (GACTE) during its annual summer conference, which met July 15-17, 2018 at the Classic Center in Athens, Georgia. The conference was attended by over 1,859 CTAE educators from around the State.

New Teacher Caitlyn Mitchell
Teacher of the Year Jacki Emmons
Carl Perkins Outstanding Community Service Bethany Gilliam
Post SecondaryElizabeth Andress
Administrator Karisa Young
Counselor Kate Keith

Nominated by their division peers and selected by the GATFACS Awards Committee, each nominee was presented with a plaque naming them as their division’s 2018 nominee. Mrs. Kate Keith was then named the overall state award winner for Counseling and Career Development and honored with another plaque. She will represent Georgia in the Association for Career & Technical Education Region II competition in September 2019.



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