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Be Inspired with Beasley: Episode Five
Be Inspired with Beasley: A Podcast for Clayton County | Episode Five - “Live, Work, Play and Learn in Clayton County”
Posted on 03/01/2021
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Clayton County Public Schools (CCPS) is excited to share with all stakeholders the fifth episode of Superintendent/CEO of Schools featured podcast Be Inspired with Beasley: A Podcast for Clayton County! 

 

Join Dr. Morcease J. Beasley as he welcomes the Chairman of Clayton County’s Board of Commissioners, Mr. Jeffrey E. Turner, as he shares insight into the state of Clayton County. In his first podcast episode of 2021, Dr. Beasley engages with Chairman Turner in informative discussions regarding Clayton County’s response to challenges that its citizens are facing amid the COVID-19 pandemic, capital improvement projects, and  amenities that Clayton County has to provide a greater quality of life towards the health and well-being of all Clayton County citizens. With the 2021 State of the County address growing near (Wednesday, March 10, 2021), Chairman Turner also gives listeners a snippet of the topics we can expect to be addressed at the event.  Tune in to learn more about the growth and exciting happenings here in Clayton County.

 

Available now in audio format on BuzzSprout, Spotify, and Apple Podcast, stakeholders will be able to join and/or guide the conversation by submitting questions, comments, and opinions to the podcast@clayton.k12.ga.us email address. The podcast is available to be viewed in video format on CCPS Education Access Channel, Channel 24 (available to Comcast Subscribers residing in Clayton County), on the Channel 24 Webstream, and on CCPS YouTube Channel.

 

Thank you for your continued support as we are committed to redesigning our school system for a culture of high performance! Sit back, relax, and enjoy Be Inspired with Beasley: A Podcast for Clayton County!