Tallulah Falls School Registrar Honored For 25 Years Of Service

TALLULAH FALLS - Irene Gray, registrar at Tallulah Falls School, was recognized recently for serving students for 25 years. 
Gray, also a TFS alum, came to work at her alma mater in 1994, serving in the admissions department before moving to the upper school in 1995. 
She served as the academic office assistant from 1995-2016 and is currently maintaining students records as the school’s registrar. She is also active with the TFS Alumni Committee.
“Irene Gray has served the TFS community and has been very helpful to all who enter our doors,” said Upper School Academic Dean Kim Popham. “She helped me accomplish my first year teaching with success. As my administrative assistant, she made sure to keep me on schedule, not missing any important events or details. Now as our registrar, she continues to help new teachers with our software and our seniors become alums.”
TFS President and Head of School Larry A. Peevy presented a Distinguished Service Award from the Georgia Independent School Association to Gray on Nov. 13. 
“We are deeply appreciative of the significant investment Irene has made in our school community,” Peevy said. “She has a heart for our students and this shows in every interaction.” 

Shown, from left, are Upper School Academic Dean Kim Popham, TFS Registrar Irene Gray and President and Head of School Larry A. Peevy. 

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