Cherokee HS Principal Wins State Forensics Principal of the Year Award!
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A Cherokee County School District Principal has won the top honor awarded to school administrators by the statewide association for speech and debate coaches!
The Georgia Forensics Coaches Association selected Cherokee High School Principal Todd Miller as winner of its 2018 Principal of the Year Award.
The award honors one administrator annually selected from school and district leaders statewide to recognize his or her commitment to speech and debate in Georgia’s schools. In its third year, the awards program has previously honored a superintendent of schools and a high school principal. The Cherokee HS speech and debate team is coached by English teacher Jamie Wills.
“Principal Miller strongly supports offering students a wide variety of opportunities from challenging academics to career training to extra-curricular opportunities, and this award recognizes that commitment,” Superintendent of Schools Dr. Brian V. Hightower said. “Speech and debate programs provide our students with critical thinking and public speaking skills that will help them succeed in college, careers and throughout their lives, and we’re so proud to see the school and Principal Miller earn this statewide recognition.”
Principal Miller will be recognized by the Cherokee County School Board and Superintendent of Schools at the School Board’s April 19 meeting.