Recently, State School Superintendent Richard Woods made a special trip to Troup County to visit Callaway Elementary School fourth grade classrooms. He handed out mini booklets of the Constitution to each student along the way.
The students were excited to receive their signed copy before asking him questions about his cat, Mittens, and about what he actually does as the State School Superintendent. “Well, I go around to schools all across the state of Georgia and talk to different kids,” Woods said. He related his job to the students and they enjoyed finding out about how he makes decisions for students.
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