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May 13-- Six future educators were recognized in a signing day at Vidalia High School.

Principal John Sharpe recognized the seniors, all of whom have been accepted to college and will major in education. Mr. Sharpe remarked, “We want to recognize these students who through their experience in high school have decided to make it their own career.” He noted there are multiple teachers in Vidalia City Schools who are products of the system, and that several young teachers have recently returned to teach in their home school system at various schools. Also, several more young teachers will begin this fall who were students at Vidalia High School not too long ago.

vhsteachersRecognized on Friday were Allison Pittman, who will attend Brewton Parker College and plans to teach at the middle school level; Carrington Long, who will attend the University of Georgia and plans to become a school counselor; Macy Stewart, who is attending East Georgia College and plans to teach high school English; Alecia Henry, who will attend East Georgia College and plans to teach at the primary school level, and Carson McClellan, who will attend Georgia Southern University and plans to teach and coach.

Three more seniors who are accepted to college and plan to major in education but could not be at the signing on Friday due to other engagements, are: Paige Poole, who will attend the University of Georgia; Amya Brown, who will attend Georgia State University; and Tahjah Watts, who will attend Newberry College in South Carolina.

Attending the ceremony was school Superintendent Dr. Garrett Wilcox, Assistant Superintendent Ms. Lucy Claroni, several parents, school counselors, a few teachers and a group of juniors and seniors who wanted to see their peers at the educator signing.

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