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TCHS 2018-2019 Student Council Representatives




Jo Andrew


Taylor Holmes


Georgia Reinhardt

Class Representatives:

Pashen Barthell                   

Reginae Batts

Jarod Beeman

Lillie Turner

Kennise Wilcox


Jacquavious Clines


Tyra Barnes


Jada Gibbs

Class Representatives:

Hayes Jones

Chayla Lopez

Bryce Stewart

Rylee Watson

Tamari Way

Sophomores Freshman


Mae Mae Collins


Karoline Ponder


Divinity Mitchell

Class Representatives:

Beau Bengston

JD Bengston

Gabbi Tucker

Dana Wells

Ivan White


Emery Huggins

Emma Mendieta

Ainsley Toews

Class Representatives:

Jenna Brooke Gann

Courtney Harper

Sierra Howard

Rai’Jhane Skye McCrae

Jackson Strickland

Committee @ Large

Christian Massa
Hannah Walker
Jesse Boone
Lainey Roberts
Chrishawn Chappelle
Zach Brey
Cole Cordle
Gabi Heard
James Kemerait
Kiley Richey
Jalen Bryant
Spencer Shaw
Caelan Collins
Alexandria Heard
Reese Hilton
Rebekah Larger

Committee @ Large
Madison Malcom
Frances Raines
Sara Beth Sledge
Caroline Vickers
Yanira Amaya
Rosendo Ramirez
Seth Gainer
Morgan McLemore
Logan Owens
Haley Alexander
Maggie Clark
Caitlin Pilcher Carr
Riley Roberts
Samuel Sheffield
Connor Stephan
Isabella Waddell

Superintendent Woods selects 2018-2019 Student Advisory Council


Superintendent Woods selects 2018-2019 Student Advisory Council -

State School Superintendent Richard Woods has selected approximately 120 Georgia students to serve on his 2018-2019 Student Advisory Council. Tift County will be well represented as four students were chosen to serve on the council. Kylei Cutts, an eighth grader at Eight Street Middle School, will be a part of the Middle School Advisory Council. Tift County High School students Haley Alexander (senior), Chase Beckham (junior) and Karoline Ponder (sophomore) will serve on the High School Advisory Council.

Throughout the school year, these middle and high school students will meet with Superintendent Woods to discuss the impact of state policies in the classroom. Members of the Student Advisory Council will also discuss other issues related to education, serve as the Superintendent’s ambassadors to their respective schools, and participate in service projects to benefit schools and students.

“Every day, I’m faced with choices that will directly affect Georgia’s kids,” Superintendent Woods said. “Because of the students who serve on this council, I’m better able to make sound, informed decisions. I deeply value their input and involvement.”

Members were selected from a pool of nearly 1,000 applicants who applied to serve on the council. Students were chosen based on the strength of their essay answers, which focused on their ideas for public education as well as their community service experience. The students selected attend public schools all over the state, in every RESA district in Georgia.

Meetings of the Student Advisory Council will be held in Atlanta throughout the school year.