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Daves Creek Elementary construction to increase security
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Several personnel recommendations were approved at the Forsyth County Board of Education’s work session on Tuesday, April 11 and monthly meeting on Tuesday, April 18, including:

• Todd Shirley as director of safety and student discipline for the district to chief operations officer

• Timothy Keyser to transfer from assistant principal at North Forsyth High to accountability specialist for the district

• Kenneth Martin Jr. as a certified educator to serve as assistant principal at Forsyth Central High

• Rebecca Cahill from assistant administrator at West Forsyth High to assistant principal at Sawnee Elementary

• Kimberly Driesse as assistant administrator at Lakeside Middle to assistant principal

• Megan Thompson from assistant principal at Sharon Elementary to Lakeside

• Gregory Singleton to resign from Brandywine Elementary as assistant principal

• Patti Ann Allen to transfer from assistant principal at Chattahoochee Elementary to Brandywine

SOUTH FORSYTH -- In one of the fastest-growing counties in the region, one more school in Forsyth County was added to the list of campuses that are getting an upgrade.

A security access connector between the main classroom building and the gym and modifications to the media center was approved for Daves Creek Elementary School, located at 3740 Melody Mizer Lane, by the Forsyth County Board of Education at their monthly meeting on Tuesday.

Connecting the main building and gym will improve security for the students, according to the recommendation written by Bill McKnight, chief facilities officer for Forsyth County Schools.

Media center modifications will internally expand the learning commons area, the memo said.

A M Adams Building Corporation was the lowest bidder and was awarded the project for $324,000.

One other contractor offered to do the project for $442,500.

Improvements are expected to be completed by July 19.