Superintendent's Student Advisory Board
Pictured are the Dodge County Schools 2022-23 Superintendent’s Student Advisory Board (l-R):
Aubrey Cole (6th grade), Dennie Moore (6th grade), Scarlett Parkerson (7th grade), Usher Irvin Northern (7th grade), Jordyn McClendon (8th grade), Julie Ryals (8th grade), Emma Douglas (9th grade), Spenser Williams (9th grade), Lyric Greene (10th grade), Madie McCranie (10th grade), Adriana Randall (10th grade), Caroline Southerland (10th grade), Kasey Bellflower (11th grade), Ayla Harrell (12th grade), Ade Murray (12th grade), Emmi Rogers (12th grade), and Bethany Underwood (12th grade)
Superintendent Dr. Susan W. Long is proud to announce and to welcome the first Dodge County Schools Superintendent’s Student Advisory Board (SSAB) members. The SSAB consists of students in grades 6-12 who applied to serve on the Board and who were recommended by their schools.
The SSAB will serve as advisors and act as liaisons between the Superintendent and the students of Dodge County School System (DCSS). The SSAB was established by Superintendent Long to intentionally seek out student input. Through a district-wide lens, SSAB members will have the opportunity to discuss how decisions made at the district level affect students throughout the county, to provide input on school system initiatives, and to informally advise the Superintendent on educational and student successes.
“I am excited to have the opportunity to work with and learn with these outstanding DCSS leaders,” said Superintendent Long. “I enjoy working with the students, and now, more than ever, student voice is critical as we work to reimagine and to continue to improve our schools to better support our students. I look forward to listening, learning, and working alongside these student leaders to continue to make good things happen in the Dodge County School System.”