Georgia’s State Superintendent Richard Woods stopped by Dade Elementary and Davis Elementary on Nov. 16 to deliver miniature booklets containing the U.S. Constitution to the fourth graders.
Dade County Superintendent of Schools Dr. Jan Irons Harris said that Woods is “strategically” traveling to elementary schools across the state to deliver the Constitution to students. Woods traveled to Catoosa County directly after leaving Dade.
“We had a wonderful morning with Superintendent Woods,” Harris said. “We all enjoyed it – the students, the teachers and the principals.”
Before Woods and his wife Lisha left, he took a moment to recognize Harris for her nearly five years of service as superintendent, taking off his lapel pin and giving it to her as a sign of appreciation.
“That was really unexpected and very nice,” Harris said.