Celebrating the gift are, from left to right: David Davis, founder of the Kathy B. Davis Foundation; CCSD Coordinator of Curriculum Support Dr. Amanda Ruiz, who oversees CHOICE; Mr. Davis' son, Eric Davis; and Cherokee HS Principal Todd Miller. 

The Cherokee County School District's CHOICE Program received a generous donation to support students. The Kathy B. Davis Foundation has donated $3,000 to the program, which provides extra support to special education students to help them graduate on time with the skills they need for future success. The donation was made at Cherokee High School, where the CHOICE program began and since has been expanded to all of Cherokee county school district's high schools. CHOICE also has grown to include a program just for English Learners. Donations to support the program always are welcome and much appreciated; for more information, please contact CCSD's Office of Curriculum and Instruction at 770-479-1871.

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