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Sandy Colwell
Sandy Colwell

Assessment, Career, Technical, and Agricultural Education, and Federal Programs

Sandy Colwell is Director of Assessment, Career, Technical, and Agricultural Education (CTAE) and Federal Programs.  She is in her 28th year in education, and all of her years of service have been with Monroe County Schools.  "I started working in Monroe County Schools right out of college. I started as a Business Education teacher, then high school administrator and currently a central office administrator.  

In her current role, Ms. Colwell coordinates all assessment activities within the school system; oversees implementation of CTAE curriculum at the school level,  serves as an advocate for CTAE;  administers and monitors all aspects of Title I and Title II-A Federal Programs; and oversees the implementation of parent involvement activities.

Ms. Colwell especially enjoys visiting the schools and interacting with the students. Ms. Colwell's two children, Jeremy and Stephanie,  are Mary Persons High School graduates.

Jeremy is a recent graduate of GCSU with a degree in Theater and Stephanie is a junior English major at UGA.   When she is not working, Ms. Colwell enjoys shopping and reading.  "One of my goals is to volunteer as a mentor for at-risk kids." Ms. Colwell shared that she is often asked who is that little girl she often has with her? "Answer: My Goddaughter Shaunie.   Her mom is one of my former students."

Ms. Colwell is proud to work for Monroe County Schools.  "My time in Monroe County Schools has shaped me into the person I am today. The environment is nurturing to both adults and children. Wherever I go, I am always proud to say, 'I'm from Monroe County.'"

Sandy Colwell, Ed.S.

Director of Assessment, CTAE and Federal Programs



Career, Technical, and Agricultural Education (CTAE)


Federal Programs

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