Dooly County received its accreditation in April, but we've learned a national accreditation agency will keep watch over the district anyway. Julie Harrelson, the county's school superintendent plans to move the district forward, and she discussed that plan Tuesday.
"This is the validation of the needs that I saw and so then we started moving forward," Harrelson said.
She has been Dooly County Superintendent since January and is talking about the recommendations from AdvancED. That agency gave them accreditation, but the group still has some concerns.
"We are accredited we do have the AdvancED accreditation," Harrelson said.
There are conditions though, and a time period in which to measure up.