January / February 2022
Sustaining Hope in Trying Times
PAGE One magazine recently featured several Georgia educators / PAGE members about how they’re ‘Sustaining Hope in Trying Times.’ Laurens County teacher Kim Fernandez, among those featured in the article, also spoke with 13WMAZ on the topic.
Read the latest PAGE One here.
August / September 2020
Academic-Minded Siblings Kept their Competitive Chops Sharp at Home, Too
Triplets Vanessa, Adrian and Anthony Correa kept their competitive chops sharp while attending Wayne County High in the Southeast Georgia city of Jesup. The vitas of the three 2020 graduates read like a roadmap for future leaders: BETA (Vanessa and Anthony); student chamber (all three); mock trial (Adrian and Anthony); FBLA (Adrian and Vanessa). But nowhere did their competitive spirit shine more brightly than it did at home.
Across the state, just outside Columbus in the city of Cusseta, a unique student body characteristic of Chattahoochee High ended this spring with the graduation of quadruplets Katlyn, Chloe, Brittany and Joseph Brackin. However, one member of the Brackin family is staying put: Their father, Michael Brackin, is a long-time math teacher at the school.