Lee County ‘Eggs & Issues’ set to honor STAR recipients

LEESBURG, Ga. — Lee County High School’s STAR student and teacher will be announced Feb. 14 at the Lee County Chamber of Commerce’s Eggs & Issues breakfast at the Grand Island Club.

Twila Mathews, director of the regional Transitional Learning Center, will be the guest speaker at the event, which kicks off at 6:30 a.m. with coffee and networking. The breakfast and morning program is scheduled to start at 7.

Sponsored by Darton College and Colony Bank, the Eggs & Issues breakfast will culminate with the naming of the Chamber’s 2012 STAR Student. That student, who is selected based on scholastic excellence and standardized test score, will name his or her STAR Teacher. The student will later compete in regional competition for an opportunity to be named the state’s STAR Student.

Information or registration forms are available at the chamber offices at 100-B Starksville Ave. in Leesburg of by calling (229) 759-2422.


Shinedownfan 2 years, 7 months ago

It's just so nice and refreshing that there is a New Star Teacher this year, and not the same one that always gets it.


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