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Superintendent Woods asks districts to join in recognizing Month of the Military Child
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March 30, 2015 – The Georgia Department of Education will join other states and
organizations across the country in celebrating April as the Month of the
Military Child – a time to honor the strength and sacrifices of military
children. State School Superintendent Richard Woods is asking that each
district designate a day or week to wear purple and honor the children of
military families in Georgia’s public schools.
“I encourage every Georgia district to designate a time to honor our
military students,” Superintendent Woods said. “We owe our freedom to the
sacrifices of their families. As a former military child myself, I commend
these students for their commitment to education in the face of many challenges
and transitions, and I assure them we will always work hard to provide the
support they need.”
and information on the Month of the Military Child here.