Awards and Recognitions

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BRIGHT SPOTS

WHITFIELD COUNTY, GA

is recognized as a 2019 Bright Spot Community based on their most highly rated story in the following category of the inaugural round of the GLR What’s Working XChange:

Parent Success

Bright Spot stories include promising ideas, approaches and strategies that nearly 400 peer reviewers deemed most worthy of consideration based on criteria of effectiveness, replicability and sustainability.

The Campaign for Grade-Level Reading focuses on reading proficiency by the end of third grade, with a goal of ensuring that children from low-income families succeed in school and graduate from high school prepared for college, a career and active

citizenship. Whitfield County’s leadership is making a significant contribution toward achieving that goal.

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PACESETTER

WHITFIELD COUNTY, GA

is recognized as a 2019 Pacesetter Community for supporting early school success and reporting observable progress in:

Grade-Level Proficiency

The Campaign for Grade-Level Reading focuses on reading proficiency by the end of third grade, with a goal of ensuring that children from low-income families succeed in school and graduate from high school prepared for college, a career and active citizenship. Whitfield County’s leadership is making a significant contribution toward achieving that goal.

Whitfield County was the Proud Recipient of 

PACESETTER 2016 & 2018 

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