Columbia County News-Times: Students sign letters of intent for pursuing teaching careers

AUGUSTA, GA. – High school students across the state of Georgia celebrated their academic accomplishments and collegiate intentions at Georgia Future Educators Signing Day on May 17. Click here to view a photo album of the events.

The Columbia County News-Times was at Greenbrier High School to share the excitement these students conveyed as they laid out a path for their future success. Click here to read their story.

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