Ringgold High principal Sharon Vaughn talks to school partners about Ringgold High’s accomplishments and efforts to become more student-led throughout the community. “Regardless of the recession, RHS kept marching ahead,” Vaughn said. “I’m literally the luckiest teacher in the state of Georgia.”
Ringgold High student Scott Reese talks about Future Business Leaders of America and its involvement with the community. (Catoosa News photo/Mark Andrews)
Ringgold High School hosted a Partnership 2000 Destination Graduation breakfast on Thursday, Oct. 7.
According to its mission statement, Partnership 2000 is “a unified effort of schools, businesses and the community to promote and support student success.”
Destination Graduation is a school-wide theme to help faculty and students maintain focus on improving the graduation rate.
The breakfast highlighted school programs including Future Business Leaders of America, Family Careers and Community Leaders of America, Future Farmers of America, the marching band and athletic department.