New Year’s Resolution: “Find New Opportunities to Create.” Darron Enns is Keeping his New Year’s Resolution This Year

Meet Darron Enns. 

On January 2, 2019, Darron started his new job with the AOC as a Policy Analyst. He brings with him a depth and breadth of experience in government, legislation and the judiciary.

Department of Education Working to Undo Hurricane Michael's Hidden Damage

We spoke with Deputy Superintendent of Policy and External Affairs at the Georgia Department of Education, Dr. Garry W. McGiboney and Cheryl Benefield, Program Manager for Safe and Drug-Free Schools also at the Georgia Department of Education about their efforts to provide services to school systems devastated Michael by Hurricane.

Civics Day with Judge Leslie Abernathy-Maddox

Last month, Forsyth County State Court Judge Leslie Abernathy-Maddox invited Matt Elementary School’s 3rd grade class to her courtroom for Civics Day. Because of the size of the class, the children were split into two groups. The first group met with Judge Abernathy-Maddox and she spoke to them about the judicial branch and its role in government. The students then participated in a mock trial to decide which of their teachers was “the best teacher.” The other group met with the Clerk of Court and Sherriff, who explained the duties of their respective offices.


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