...them for their daily inspired sacrifices on behalf of the students of the CSRA.Happy Teacher Appreciation Week!Frank G. Roberson, Ph.D.Augusta (The writer is Richmond County's superintendent of schools.)
...seemed. My mother paced the floor, singing and praying; praying and singing (drinking tears for water). ? Dr. Frank G. Roberson, Richmond County schools superintendent I was on my lunch hour from Cullum's (Department Store) and noticed a group...
Frank G. Roberson was the right man for the job when he was hired to oversee the Richmond County School System in 2010.At the end of this school...
...governor and state legislative officials and demand a full schedule of school days for the students of Georgia.Frank G. Roberson, Ph.D.Augusta (The writer is superintendent of the Richmond County School System.)
...economically healthy, global society.Let us stay on this course. We are moving in a very positive direction.Frank G. Roberson, Ph.D.Augusta (The writer is superintendent of schools for the Richmond County school system.)
...and all bids and to waive technicalities and informalities. COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION OF RICHMOND COUNTY By: Dr. Frank G. Roberson, Secretary July 29, 30, 31, 2014 Adv. # 16391187
...You helped me "bear this burden in the heat of the day," and I am forever grateful.May God bless each of you!Frank G. Roberson, Ph.D.Augusta (The writer is Richmond County's superintendent of schools.)
...he passes through them and participates in them. "To God be the glory," to use his most quoted phrase. And the communities surrounding his service area are the better because he passes by. Frank G. Roberson, Ph.D. Bath, S.C.
A strong nation needs many learned minds. Quality schools provide the mechanics for this result. The quality of school systems can be best determined by how well they tap the interest and potential of the vast majority of their students and graduate them on time.
I felt a personal and professional obligation to be in the courtroom last month as the state's highest court pondered the issue of providing a minimally adequate education for South Carolina's most disadvantaged youngsters.