Charter Schools USA Hosts Regional Summit in Atlanta

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CSUSA hosts regional summit in Georgia.

Charter Schools USA hosted a regional summit for all Georgia based-schools on Wednesday, July 30, 2014. Each year, CSUSA hosts meetings with employees focusing on professional development and annual goal setting. This year, nine separate events are taking place in each region of the CSUSA network including Atlanta.

“The annual summit give us an opportunity to meet with each member of our team, share goals for the upcoming year and provide necessary development training for everyone in our organization,” said CSUSA CEO Jonathan Hage. “This is a big part of our success and extremely important for providing our students a high-quality education in the classroom.”

Rep. Alisha Thomas Morgan from the Georgia House of Representatives and motivational speaker Scott Burrows also addressed the group.

Charter Schools USA also took the opportunity to recognize many of their new and veteran educators. Leslie Pauley (Cherokee Charter Academy) and Angela McGeachy (Coweta Charter Academy) were recognized as New Educators of the Year while Kara Reeder (Cherokee Charter Academy) and Nicole Snell (Coweta Charter Academy) were nominated for the New American Hero award. The New American Hero Award is an organization wide award recognizing CSUSA’s top teacher.

About Charter Schools USA

Charter Schools USA is the first education management company to receive district accreditation through AdvancED and is one of the nation’s leading charter school management companies. Founded by its CEO Jonathan Hage in 1997, CSUSA will manage 68 schools in seven states serving more than 60,000 students in Kindergarten through 12th grade during the 2014-2015 school year. Its educational advantages include integrated technology, parental involvement contracts, personal learning plans, student uniforms, enforced discipline policies, highly qualified and motivated staff, community focus and high academic performance.

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