him make the decision. He believes that his business leadership will help him should he be elected to the board. He is employed as the manager of Pep-Boys Auto Parts in Conyers.
“I have received many phone calls this week encouraging me to seek office,” he said in a press release. “Through careful thought and prayer with my family, I have decided to answer the call. I am humbled and honored by all the support, and if the Lord allows it, I look forward to representing all of us [in District 5] in the future.”
Price is married to a kindergarten teacher and has three children who are enrolled at Palmer Stone Elementary and Cousins Middle schools.
“My family has given me the passion to make Newton County schools live up to the promise of ‘Spirit, Pride, and Excellence,’” Price said. “The Newton County Board of Education has many tough days ahead. We as leaders of our community and citizens of our county owe it to our children to do everything possible to provide them with the best educational experience necessary.”