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Dalton Board of Education Celebrated for Service
Dalton Board of Education Celebrated for Service
I know I speak for our entire DPS family when I say our district is honored to have these five outstanding men governing our district.

Blue Ridge Chorus PerformsMembers of the Dalton Board of Education were honored with a reception by the school district in celebration of their commitment and dedication to the students and staff of Dalton Public Schools. Together, the members of the board have contributed almost 40 years of service to the district and the community.

Dalton High School culinary arts students catered the reception while the Blue Ridge Chorus provided the entertainment. Board members were also presented with a basket filled with items from the schools and district.

Dalton Middle School Drama teacher Courtenay Cholovich and her theatre students also created a silent play that was a spin-off of their recent production of "Orphie and the Book of Heroes." Dalton Middle School Communications teacher Jonathan Beam and his students created the video of the play. Board members and the audience enjoyed the humorous production made in their honor. View below.





Chairman Rick Fromm, M.D. has served on the board since 2004. He has served as chairman since Sept. 2015. Dr. Fromm is a general surgeon with Hamilton Physician Services. He is an alumnus of Dalton High School.

Vice Chairman Matt Evans has served on the board since 2018 and has held the position of vice chairman since that time. Mr. Evans is the senior pastor of Rock Bridge Church. He is an alumnus of Dalton High School.

Tulley Johnson is the longest serving board member having started in 2000. Mr. Johnson is retired from the United States Post Office. He is an alumnus of Dalton High School.

Dr. Pablo Perez has served on the board since 2016. He is an internist with a Dalton medical practice.

BOE Group PhotoPalmer Griffin has served on the board since 2018. He worked in education for 35 years. Mr. Griffin retired from Dalton Public Schools after 24 years of service with the district in 2012.

Superintendent Tim Scott expressed his appreciation for the board and their focus on doing the right things for students. "Our board is committed to providing the resources necessary to best educate every student in our district. I know I speak for our entire DPS family when I say our district is honored to have these five outstanding men governing our district," he said.

"Our board is committed to providing the resources necessary to best educate every student in our district. I know I speak for our entire DPS family when I say our district is honored to have these five outstanding men governing our district."