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Chickamauga earns honor as a top Georgia technology district

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Superitendent Melody Day accepts the award Superitendent Melody Day accepts the award
CHICKAMAUGA, GA (WRCB) - The Chickamauga City School district, under the leadership of Superintendent Melody Day, has been named one of Georgia's top technology districts.  Fourteen Georgia districts won the 2014-2015 Digital School District Survey. The study, coordinated by the Center for Digital Education in partnership with the National School Boards Association, showcases exemplary school boards' and districts' use of technology to govern the district, communicate with students, parents and the community, and to improve district operations.

This year's recognition goes to school districts for their expanding use of innovative technologies district-wide as well as in the classroom.

Thirteen of the Georgia winners are current subscribers to eBOARDsolutions, and diligently use the software.

"We are proud to see so many Georgia Districts presented in the top ten in the nation of this year's Digital School District Survey," Sis Henry, GSBA Executive Director, said.  "Our state continues to stand apart in the technology innovation field."

Digital School Board 2014-2015 Winners from Georgia include:

Small Student Population Districts Category

  Student population Up to 3,000:

  • 7th Jasper County School District, Ga.
  • 9th Chickamauga City School System, Ga.
  • 10th Dublin City Schools, Ga.
Top-ranked districts that received the Digital School Districts Survey award were honored at a reception during the National School Board's annual conference in Nashville.



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