D.B.S Is Nationally Recognized

Jackson County’s Dodson Branch School was nationally recognized for the third consecutive year at the National Institute for Excellence in Teaching (NIET) Conference. Under the leadership of Principal Tammy Woolbright, the school was a national finalist for the Lowell Milken Founder’s Award and received $10,000 for excellence in teacher effectiveness and student learning.

Pictured in the center are Christy Brown, director of schools; Woolbright, and Joe Barlow, former director of schools.

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