I want to thank everyone for hosting me at their office today and I want to especially thank the dickson county board of education. I feel honored to be able to meet with so many wonderful people, and I want to thank the Dickson County Board of Education for all they do to help us all be the best we can be. The board has a great sense of purpose and has been able to help educate the public on important education topics for a very long time.
I’ve worked with the Dickson County Board of Education for a long time and today, with their help, I’m able to see how important they are for all of us. The board has been involved in every aspect of our education system since it was formed and I want to thank them for all they do.
That’s not to say that the board is only for the average member of school boards, but that’s the way things are done in the United States.
I have worked at the Dickson County Board of Education for over 2 years now, and Im excited to see how Im able to help other Dickson County families with all of their education needs.
When I first began working at the county, the only thing I was given was to write a letter of recommendation and to serve as the Dickson County Public School Board’s representative to the Board. That was all I was asked to do. I took my knowledge of education and the way things work and I made a difference. I was able to create a letter of recommendation that helped bring over many new families to Dickson County.
Once a community is made up of people with different levels of education, it’s hard for the school system to know exactly what it needs. Even though the school system is funded at the state and federal levels, there is a lot of guesswork involved in trying to figure out what schools and teachers a person with a background in a specific field needs before they are even enrolled.
The thing I love about the letter of recommendation I was able to write is that it encouraged potential students to go to a school that was not only a great school, but a place that was willing to give them a chance. It also made the school a lot more accessible, which I think is a huge benefit to any prospective student. I hope that other families in Dickson County will take the time to read the letter of recommendation that I wrote.
There’s a lot of schools in Dickson County that you should not want to take a chance on because, like the letter of recommendation says, “it can be a lot of work to find out how to get in.” And the cost can also be a real obstacle to getting into a school. For the most part, however, Dickson County schools offer affordable tuition, great, helpful teachers, and great extracurricular opportunities.
So here’s my dilemma: I have a college friend who is on her way to a wonderful college in the Midwest. She has been accepted by my friend’s school and is going to be starting in September. However, she has told my friend she wants to transfer to another school in the district to get into a better school. I’m going to be starting in January, but I am a senior next year and need to be in school.
I understand. Not to worry though, her transfer would be at an accredited college. As long as she takes her classes online, and is enrolled in school, there’s no issue. What we really need to worry about is how she’s going to pay for school. I know that we can get college scholarships, but that’s not the best way to help.