Seminole County Middle/ High School is proud to announce that Will Pace has been selected among an elite group of young people to represent our school and our area at the state capital. Mr. Kent Richardson, school principal, states, “We would like to congratulate Will and offer him our total support as he begins this exciting endeavor in representing Seminole County and for his many accomplishments in achieving this honor.”
The State Superintendent of Schools’ student advisory council is a group of students in grades seven through twelve who discuss how decisions made at the state level are affecting students throughout Georgia.
Members meet three times throughout the school year with State Superintendent Richard Woods and are advisors who act as liaisons between the Department of Education and the students of Georgia. They are chosen by a committee of Georgia Department of Education representatives based on the applicant’s response to questions. Past topics discussed by the student advisory council include: the school dropout rate, student leadership, communication/messaging, the Georgia graduation rule, testing, school climate, and career, technical, and agricultural education.