Deputy director of schools speaks to Wilson One

Staff Reports • Updated Mar 10, 2014 at 12:25 PM

Mickey Hall, deputy director of Wilson County schools, spoke recently to Wilson One members during the group’s February meeting. 

Hall spoke on various issues from finances to the day-to-day operations of the school system. 

“We are fortunate in Wilson County to have great schools and some of the best teachers in the state,” said Wilson One president Linda Armistead. “Wilson County is also anticipating even greater growth in school population in the near future.”  

Hall also talked to the group about how decisions are made when closing schools for inclement weather. There are many factors to consider when making that decision, he said. 

A question-and-answer session followed as the Wilson One group enjoyed learning even more about local schools and the responsibility that rest on the shoulders of the Wilson County Board of Education, directors and administrators. 

“So much goes into running a school system like Wilson County,” Armistead said. “It makes us proud of our students, teachers and administration and all who make our county great.”

The purpose of Wilson One is to focus on the enablement of working individuals paid or non-paid, from all walks of life in Wilson County; to provide networking, business and volunteer opportunities; to provide education through informative programs and guest speakers; to promote local, civic interests, as determined by the association membership; and to encourage community organization and involvement.

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