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Sarah Garland loses ‘interim’ title and becomes CSD’s permanent early childhood director

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Sarah Garland loses ‘interim’ title and becomes CSD’s permanent early childhood director

A picture of Sarah Garland with one of City Schools of Decatur's Pre-K classes. Photo provided by CSD.
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A picture of Sarah Garland with one of City Schools of Decatur’s Pre-K classes. Photo provided by CSD.

Sarah Garland became City Schools of Decatur’s interim Early Childhood Director in 2017, following the departure of Suzanne Kennedy.

Superintendent David Dude recently decided to make the move permanent.

“The environment that Sarah has created at College Heights Early Childhood Learning Center is warm, productive and encourages growth,” Dude said in a press release.

Garland said she was “honored and excited” to become the permanent director, a role that is essentially the Principal of the College Heights. The school has about 342 students.

She joined the school in 2010 as the early childhood specialist, a job similar to assistant principal. Her background is in educational consulting. She grew up in Cincinnati before moving to Georgia to attend the University of Georgia in 1988.

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