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State agency to hear complaints against DCHS teachers
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The Georgia Professional Standards Commission this week will hear complaints against two Dawson County High School teachers who resigned in March after allegations they exchanged inappropriate communications with students via social media. Dawson County Schools Superintendent Damon Gibbs confirmed Tuesday that the two incidents were unrelated. Ansley Patrum and Sara Beth Jones, both English/Language Arts teachers at Dawson County High School, resigned in mid-March following the allegations. They were both in their first year with the school system.

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