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GORDON COUNTY SCHOOLS REPRESENTS GEORGIA AT NATIONAL LEADERSHIP COUNCIL MEETING 

L-R: Cheryl Carrier, Executive Director of Ford NGL; Rick Townsend, Golden Isles CCA; Babara Prosser, Effingham CCA; Allison Woodward, Newton CCA; Amy Parker, Gordon CCA; Eric Waters (rear), Floyd CCA; Jim Vella, President- Ford Motor Company; Susan Remillard, Gordon County Schools; Rick Delano, Ford NGL National Team; Janet Padilla (front), Ford National Team; Thom Suddreth, Georgia Community Coach; Jenny Williams, Technical College System of Georgia

Dr. Susan Remillard and Dr. Amy Parker joined Georgia representatives from Floyd, Newton, Effingham, and Golden Isles Career Academies in Dearborn, Michigan recently to take part in the Ford Next Generation Learning National Leadership Council and its newly-formed Superintendent's Leadership Council.  Twice annually, Ford NGL hosts, at their expense, leaders from across the country to advise the group on transforming education through their network.  FULL STORY



GORDON COUNTY EDUCATORS FINISH YEAR WITH TOUR OF INDUSTRY

On May 27, the last day of post planning for teachers, twenty of Gordon County Schools' teachers, counselors, and administrators toured local industry to provide a different perspective on lessons presented to students in their classrooms.  This tour was one of many to take place as part of the Ford NGL Master Plan recently written and adopted by the school districts' team of stakeholders representing K-12 education, postsecondary, business and industry, and community members. Full Story



Schools throughout the district will be offering summer camp opportunities.  With camps in athletics, STEM, and performing arts, there is something for every interest.  Click the image above to find your summer camp today.



 GORDON COUNTY SCHOOLS RECEIVES NATIONAL DESIGNATION

March 27, 2015, Gordon County, GA – Gordon County Schools’ community announced today that it has been named a Ford Next Generation Learning (Ford NGL) community, making the school district part of a growing network that is transforming public high schools into career-themed academies to better prepare students for college and professional success in today’s competitive global economy. Full Story