Taking his position as one of the new school board members, one man is hoping to bring his experience to the board to make a difference in the …
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Taking his position as one of the new school board members, one
man is hoping to bring his experience to the board to make a
difference in the Elizabeth School District after being sworn in at
the Nov. 5 school board meeting.
Chuck Williams is one of two new Elizabeth school board members.
He works for the Elbert County Communications 911 dispatch
department. Living in Elizabeth since 1994, he has watched his four
children graduate from Elizabeth High School. Now he hopes to bring
a new financial outlook to the board.
“I want to try to bring more financial responsibility to the
school board to help make the district more stable,” he said. “I am
a fresh pair of eyes to look at the budget.”
Williams also hopes his 20 plus years of IT experience will also
help the Elizabeth School District. He said he is aware that the
district is struggling to provide up to date technology equipment
in the schools due to financial reasons, and he wants to use his IT
experience to help with the problem.
“Because of the field of work I am in, I hope I can find ways to
gain more technology equipment in a financially savvy way,” he
said. “The students are growing up in highly technological world
and if they don’t have the right equipment to train on they will be
Williams said he is excited to face the challenges as well as
having the satisfaction knowing he is part of the decision process
on district issues. Williams also has 21 years of military air
force experience under his belt which has familiarized him with
budgets and handling personnel situations.
Williams enjoys photography and music in his spare time. He
hopes to give back to the school that provided a good education to
his four children.
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