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Intersession at GES 10/20/17
  Students at GES had a great week during Intersession.  They had the opportunity to try new things...
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Fit to Serve 122 09/11/17
Curtis Bartlett, a young veteran, police officer, school resource officer, and a fitness instructor gave his l...
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Watch the Game Live 09/01/17
The Galax High School Production club (PANDA) is proud to bring you live sports coverage of Galax High School ...
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Veteran's Day at GES 11/17/17
Galax Elementary School students took part in Veteran's Day activities on Friday November 10, 2017.  It w...
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College Application Wee... 11/15/17
Galax High School guidance counselor Jill Thompson has the amazing task of assisting seniros with transitionin...
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GES Office StaffRSS

Mrs. Phillis Kirby - Secretary

Mrs. Kirby grew up in the Galax area and graduated from Carroll County High School. She began working in Carroll County Schools and in Galax Schools as a substitute teacher. She then became an aide in the library at Galax High School and is now a secretary at Galax Elementary School.

She and her husband, Duane, have one daughter, AJ, and a miniature Schnauzer named Lucy Annabelle.

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Mrs. Tiffany Norman - Bookkeeper

Mrs. Norman was born and raised here in Galax, VA. She graduated from Galax High School in 2013. She then attended Wytheville Community College obtaining an Associate’s Degree in Administrative Support Technology. In 2014, she married to her husband, Jody. After getting married, they adopted a dog, which they named Maggie.

Mrs. Norman began work as bookkeeper/secretary at Galax Elementary School in 2015.

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Mr. Freddie Bobbitt - Resource Officer

Officer Bobbitt grew up in this area and has been a lifelong residence of the Galax/Carroll County Area. He graduated from Carroll County High School. After high school Officer Bobbitt went to work with his Dad and Grand Dad on the farm while also working with the Carroll County School System in the Maintenance Department. During this time, Bobbitt was offered a job with the Hillsville Police Department. He worked with the Hillsville Police Department for 2 years then took a job with the Carroll County Sheriff's Office.  Twenty-eight years later he retired from this position. Shortly thereafter, Bobbitt went back to work with the Pulaski County Sheriff's office for 1 year then took his current job with the Galax Police Department as the School Recourse Officer for Galax Elementary School.

Over 30+ years of service Officer Bobbitt has been involved in many aspects of law enforcement from patrol duties to undercover operations. He has been on state and federal taskforces.  These taskforces involved Bobbitt and his fellow officers in many operations, including drug and gun violations, and fugitive recovery. He has been cross sworn on both the state and federal level. Worked with the Virginia State Police, The DEA (Drug Enforcement Agency),ATF (Alcohol Tobacco & Firearms) and The U.S. Marshalls Office.

Bobbitt says, "All of my Law Enforcement career has been very pleasant and rewarding but nothing has compared to my current position as a School Resource Officer. Of all of my career this job has been the most REWARDING. I love my job and the opportunity that has been given to me as a School Resource Officer.

I am a Graduate of The New River Regional Police Academy. I have several specialty training certifications both state and federal.
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