Georgia Association of Teachers
of Family & Consumer Sciences

GATFACS Teacher Accolades:

Lead CTAE Graduation

The LEAD CTAE program is a powerful and inspiring experience! You will see CTAE and the inner workings of your district, region and state in a new light. You will embark on a journey that will change your professional life. Every session entices you to be engaged as you learn about yourself and those that work around you. After each session you will have obtained knowledge, strategies and connections that can be used in your classrooms, labs, schools and community immediately. Further, the relationships and contacts that you make through LEAD will help you become a better leader, educator, counselor, and/or administrator. As a LEAD graduate from group 3 this program has opened so many doors and has introduced me to so many other educators, administrators, department of education staff, and legislators that I am proud to call colleagues and friends.

Finally, Lynne Wilson, “Mama Lynn,” is very meticulous about every detail of each session from the accommodations & transportation to the cuisine provided. LEAD CTAE is the MOST REWARDING professional development program that I have experienced!! I would encourage every eligible CTAE teacher to apply until you are selected. YOU WILL NOT REGRET IT!!!

GACTE Award Winners

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 2019 nominee. Mrs. Lynsey Singleton was named the overall state award winner for Administrator of the Year and Mr. Scott Quinlan was named the overall state award winner for New Teacher of the Year. They were both honored with another plaque. Each will represent Georgia in the Association for Career & Technical Education Region II competition in October 2019.

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