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[WATCH] Sylacauga City Schools Foundation remembering Dora V. Perryman with Chair Presentation


SYLACAUGA, Ala. – The Sylacauga City Schools Foundation presented its 61st Foundation Chair remembering Dora V. Perryman and her legacy.

The Foundation Chair recognizes patrons who, exemplifying the highest level of involvement and support, have donated a minimum contribution of $25,000.

Over the years, many contributions have been made honoring Dora V. Perryman, one of the great educators in the history of Sylacauga City Schools.

“Mrs. Perryman was a cornerstone to this faculty and a mentor and role model to her students,” said SCS Foundation executive director, Carol Sprayberry. “She was the epitome of the example of outstanding work ethic and integrity, as well as a constant provider of compassion and understanding. She not only instilled these traits into her students but also to her two children, Lee and Janet.”

The Sylacauga City Schools Foundation was created in 1988 by superintendent Dr. Joe Morton and is dedicated to the support of Sylacauga schools in their quest for excellence. Each year the Foundation awards thousands of dollars in classroom grants to support learning, and has given over $1.2 million in grants since its inception. Grants at Indian Valley, Pinecrest, Nichols-Lawson, and Sylacauga High have been used to purchase items to support the library, technology, math instruction, vocabulary enrichment, fine arts programs, physical education and so much more. The mission of the Sylacauga City Schools Foundation is to enrich the quality of education of students by providing financial support to classroom teachers and programs.


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