Annual CASE Fall Conference 2017

Nugget, Reno, Nevada

Wednesday, November 1 – Friday, November 3, 2017


G-CASE 2017 Fall Conference

Marriott Savannah Riverfront, Savannah, GA

Tuesday, November 14 – Friday, November 17, 2017


Spring 2018 G-CASE Legal Forum 



Annual CASE Fall Conference 2018

Beau Rivage, Biloxi, MS

Wednesday, November 7 – Saturday, November 10, 2018


G-CASE 2018 Fall Conference

Marriott Savannah Riverfront, Savannah, GA

Tuesday, November 13 -Friday, November 16, 2018










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 Special Education Legislative Summit, Washington DC


Congratulations to this Year’s Award Winners!

 Lillie Moncus Special Education Administrator of the Year  – Carol Geiken, Director of Special Education, Glynn County Schools 

 2016 Outstanding New Special Education DirectorMaryKay Berry, Director of Student Services, White County Schools

 2016 Jim Puckett Outstanding Educator AwardAudrey Walters, Director of Special Education, Montgomery County Schools

 2016 Tony Molinaro Scholarship AwardKatie Lowry, Student Services Director, Rabun County Schools

 2016 Theodore Smith Scholarship AwardKrystal Willis, Paraprofessional, Chattahoochee County High School


GAEL Exemplary Service Award – Donna Poole, GLRS Director, Middle GA

Distinguished Service Award – Deborah Gay, Deputy Superintendent, GaDOE



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G-CASE Awards

2015 CASE Exemplary Unit Award


2016 CASE Award - Georgia Council of Administrators of Special Education, was honored for Outstanding Awards. Georgia has 5 awards, including significant contribution to G-CASE, distinguished service, service to state education organization – GAEL (Georgia Association of Educational Leaders), new administrator and outstanding educator awards. Georgia also has 4 scholarships: legislative leadership award for exceptional advocacy to the organization or students with disabilities, a scholarship for a special education administrator to attend CEC, scholarship to a special education teacher or paraeducator pursuing further education and one for an individual who has shown significant leadership potential and is currently in a leadership program. Georgia also added 2 awards in 2015 – one to honor the past president of G-CASE and a CEC Ambassadors Program where selected teacher leaders become involved to support fall conference.