Hancock State Prison GED Graduation
March 11, 2020
Congratulations!! Hancock State Prison recently hosted a ceremony where 24 students from the Georgia Department of Corrections were recognized for earning their High School Equivalency Diplomas.
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Congratulations, GED graduates! You’re beating the odds and setting an example for many. You must be proud of yourselves. Encourage others to do the same.
omg I was Bless to see my son in a captain gown again was one of the best days of my life as a mother of five kids and to see your kids completed that course in their life is a wonderful thing, I cried the time I walk in the doors it was mine blowing to see it was decorated. I had a lovely time I got to meet the staff that put a lot into this day and so did the inmate put time into making it a wonderful day. I just hate that it had to be in here for the inmates to get their high school diplomas. I cried all the way home, Hancock work with the inmates to get their minds and heart together and to respect others as well. I will like to thank all the staff for the overtime and hard work that they give every day. they need a RAISE AND A BONUS. THEY SHOULD BE THEY RISK THEIR LIFE EVERY DAY TO HOLD THINGS DOWN. SO I SAY THEY NEED A RAISE. THEY HAVE KIDS FAMILY HOMES BILLS AND OTHER EXPENSES. INFLATION IS VERY HIGH THE COST OF LIVING IS SKY-HIGH OUT HERE AND NOT GOING TO GET TO TALKING ABOUT THE FOOD PRICES. YES THE HANCOCK STATE PRISON BAND WAS AWESOME.