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Why School Choice Is So Important to Brian

Mar 25, 2014 No Comments ›› Re-Elect Brian Sloan

One of the things that I have been passionate about for quite a while is offering more choices to families regarding their schools. On a personal note, with our first child, Brandon, the school system would allow a child to go to a school out of his/her attendance zone IF there were space in that …

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Brian’s Personal Thoughts On Board of Education Members

Mar 14, 2014 No Comments ›› Re-Elect Brian Sloan

This is a very recent photo taken for Board of Education Appreciation week. When I write or speak about service on the Hall County Board of Education, I try to give credit to the fine men with whom I serve. To say I am honored to work with these men would be an understatement. Nath …

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Brian’s Campaign Update and Introduction

Mar 12, 2014 No Comments ›› Re-Elect Brian Sloan

Here is my first official campaign update. I hope you will watch until the end. If you want to contribute, you can click the red button at the top of the page. If you want to receive all of these videos just put your email in the form on the right. Have a great Day!

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A Straw Poll And…..The Rest of The Story

Mar 2, 2014 6 Comments ›› Re-Elect Brian Sloan

Recently Gainesville hosted a debate for the candidates for Georgia U.S. Senate seat being vacated by Saxby Chambliss. It was a big night for politics. In addition, a straw poll was done in the room that evening for the local races. For the Post 2 Board of Education poll, Brian did not win the most …

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Good Times…and Good People

Feb 21, 2014 No Comments ›› Re-Elect Brian Sloan

(Okay, yeah we’re in a campaign, but for this post, I’m coming out of campaign mode and going into blogger mode. My kids bust on me for blogging, but I like to write. So, no politics on this page (other than the donate button that is built into every page of this website, and I …

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So Proud of Our Students at Lanier Charter Career Academy!

Feb 13, 2014 No Comments ›› Re-Elect Brian Sloan

Once again Hall County students shine through as they prepare for a 21st century workforce. Click the link below and read this great article from the Gainesville Times about student achievement at LCCA. Student-run gift shop wins. Help keep innovative programs in Hall County by donating to Brian’s campaign. Let’s keep local innovation while fighting …

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Brian’s Thoughts On The Full School Calendar

Jan 29, 2014 No Comments ›› Re-Elect Brian Sloan

I want to truly thank my colleagues on the Hall County Board of Education for standing together and not hesitating in the least to vote for the motion that I made last Monday to restore the full school calendar to 180 and 190 schools days for students and teachers. I’m quite sure that one of …

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Excitement in Learning

Jan 22, 2014 No Comments ›› Re-Elect Brian Sloan

Teachers and students are excited in Hall County Schools as we bring innovative, fun, yet effective learning into the classroom. Hall County has become a model for many other systems in structuring rigorous academics while at the same time being able to meet a child at their point of learning and take them from there.

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Thank You So Much!

Jan 22, 2014 No Comments ›› Re-Elect Brian Sloan

Brian wants to thank you for the privilege of serving on the Hall County Board of Education since 2007. He has considered it an honor to serve the students, parents, and educators of Hall County. Hall County has certainly come through some hard economic times together, but The Hall County School district has done well …

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Much More To Come

Jan 22, 2014 No Comments ›› Re-Elect Brian Sloan

In the days and weeks to come you will see more and more articles about the Hall County School District, what has been done, and what needs to be done. Follow the campaign and stay tuned.

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