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NCSS seeks 'stories' of alumni
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Newton County School System Superintendent Samantha Fuhrey is asking alumni from Newton County Schools to participate in a brief online survey.

Alumni are being asked to detail where they are now in their lives, where they live, where they work, how they furthered their education, etc. The district will use this information to tell the story of Newton County Schools. Personal contact information will be kept strictly confidential.

"I am proud of the educational opportunities our school system provides for our students," Fuhrey said. "If you are willing to put forth the effort, I believe students can receive a high-quality education that provides the foundation for an endless variety of career opportunities right here, in the Newton County School System."

And Fuhrey said that’s where the school system’s alumni come in.

"We want to hear from them," she said. "We want them to tell us their story. We know right now there are doctors, nurses, engineers, mayors, educators, business leaders, and so (many) others who are successful, in part due to the education they received in Newton County Schools. We want our graduates to tell their stories."

To participate in the survey, visit the NCSS website at and download the brief survey. All surveys should be returned to Sherri Davis-Viniard, director of public relations, at 2109 Newton Drive NE, Covington, Ga. 30014. Surveys also can be faxed to 770-385-6915 or emailed to