Sen. Steve Gooch Announces First Meeting of the Senate Study Committee on Evaluating the School Year Calendar of Georgia Public Schools

Sen. Steve Gooch (R – Dahlonega) recently announced that the first meeting of the Senate Study Committee on Evaluating the School Year Calendar of Georgia Public Schools will be held TODAY, October 9, 2018, at 1:00 p.m. in room 307 of the Coverdell Legislative Office Building.

Sen. Gooch will serve as Chairman of the committee and members will include Sen. Mike Dugan (R – Carrollton), Sen. John Wilkinson (R – Toccoa), Sen. Jack Hill (R – Reidsville), Mr. Grier Todd, appointed by Lt. Governor Casey Cagle, Deputy Commissioner of Tourism for the Georgia Department of Economic Development Kevin Langston, Georgia Chamber of Commerce designee Michael Owens, Director of the Georgia Travel Association Kelsey Moore, Executive Director of the Georgia Association of Convention and Visitors Bureaus Jay Markwalter, Camila Knowles, appointed by Governor Nathan Deal, and State Board of Education designee Scott Johnson.

The Senate Study Committee on Evaluating the School Year Calendar of Georgia Public Schools was created by the passage of Senate Resolution 1068 during the 2018 Legislative Session. The committee will review the effect of varied school start dates on the travel and hospitality industries while ensuring that there will be no disruption to the education of Georgia’s children

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