GCAPS Students Kickoff 2017-2018 Year with Orientation

Staff Report From Albany CEO

Monday, October 16th, 2017

The 2017-2018 class of the Georgia Civic Awareness Program for Students was sworn in recently, kicking off the latest program year. 

The class includes students from the Dougherty County School System and the Georgia Cyber Academy. GCAPS is a partnership between the DCSS and the Dougherty County Commission. 

Students involved in the program learn first-hand how local, state and federal governments work through onsite learning sessions, leadership conferences and community service. 

At the group's orientation and kickoff, County Commissioner Clinton Johnson and Superintendent Kenneth Dyer welcomed the students into the program and encouraged them to take the opportunity seriously . County Commissioner Ewell Lyle was also present during the orientation.