DISTRICT ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • FLYER ON FREE MEALS SPANISH FLYER FOR MEAL PICK UP


     

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  • On Monday evening during the December meeting of the Board of Education, the 2021-2022 school calendar was approved. The calendar was created utilizing feedback from the calendar survey that was completed by staff, families, and other stakeholders earlier this fall. The approved calendar can be accessed on the district website at https://www.gcbe.org/schoolcalendar.


     

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  • Registration is now open for Gordon County Schools' After School Program.  Visit gcbe.org/ASP to create an online account and register your child. 


     

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GORDON COUNTY SCHOOLS HEADLINES

  • SETH KOLTERMAN WINS DISTRICT SPELLING BEE

    On Thursday, Jan. 21, school spelling bee winners came together to compete in the Gordon County Schools’ District Spelling Bee. We are proud of all of our school winners and are honored to announce our district winner. Seth Kolterman from Ashworth Middle School won the district bee and will go on to represent Gordon County Schools in region competition. Matthew Zander from Belwood Elementary School came in second and will be the alternate competitor. Mrs. Sket Angland, principal at Ashworth Middle School, and Dr. Kimberly Fraker, superintendent, are pictured with Seth Kolterman.

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  • LAURA WOLFE NAMED DISTRICT TEACHER OF THE YEAR

    Laura Wolfe, 6th grade science teacher at Ashworth Middle School was awarded the honor during a surprise gathering of her 6th grade students and colleagues. On hand for the naming were Mrs. Wolfe husband, Jeremy and their two sons, Nathaniel and Parker, as well as Superintendent Dr. Kimberly Fraker, Board of Education Chairperson Mr. Charlie Walraven, and other school and district leaders.

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  • FREDA HUNT GYMNASIUM CEREMONY HELD

    On October 12, 2020, the Gordon County Board of Education unanimously voted to name the historic Red Bud Dome the Freda Hunt Gymnasium. During its January 2021 meeting, the Board held the official dedication ceremony. Pictured L-R front are Board members Christie Fox and Dana Stewart, honoree Freda Hunt, Board Vice Chair Bobby Hall, Supt Dr Kim Fraker. Back row are Board members Kacee Smith, Chairman Charlie Walraven, and Eddie Hall.

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  • COMPUTER SCIENCE GRANT AWARDED TO GORDON COUNTY SCHOOLS

    Gordon County Schools has been awarded the CS4GA Computer Science Capacity Grant in the amount of $11,000.00 from the Georgia Department of Education. The majority of the funds from this grant will be for teacher preparation in teaching computer science to students throughout the district. "The GaDOE recognizes that building teacher capacity around Computer Science education is important for all the students of Georgia," said Bryan Cox, Computer Science Specialist with the Georgia Department of Education.

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  • JOHNSON HONORED FOR BOARD SERVICE

    Gordon County Schools honored Chris Johnson Monday evening for his years of service to Gordon County Schools through his tenure on the Board of Education. Mr. Johnson has served as a Board member since 2009 and as Board chair in 2017 and 2018. With his work taking him out of town more often, he made the decision to not seek reelection in 2020, and Monday night's meeting was his last evening as a member of this Board.

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  • CALHOUN CITY AND GORDON COUNTY BOARDS OF EDUCATION SIGN ESPLOST RESOLUTION

    During a special joint meeting of the Calhoun City and Gordon County Boards of Education held on December 14 at the Gordon County College and Career Academy, a joint resolution was signed to request from Gordon County voters the continuation of the Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax (SPLOST) for use on educational projects in both systems. The current eSPLOST is set to expire in June 2022, and the eSPLOST referendum will be on the ballot on March 16 of next year.

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  • GORDON COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION RECOGNIZED AS EXEMPLARY BOARD

    The Gordon County Board of Education has achieved the status of the Georgia School Boards Association’s (GSBA) 2020 Exemplary School Board. The Gordon County Board of Education met and/or exceeded the criteria, including strategic planning, assessment, ethics, training and fiscal responsibility, as set forth by GSBA to earn the honor of a 2020 Exemplary Board.

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  • GEORGIA'S CENSUS RESPONSE RATE 2ND WORST IN THE NATION

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  • BACK TO SCHOOL AND UPDATES

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  • Mohawk Donates Water Bottles and Disinfecting Wipes

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  • Back to School with Dr. Fraker

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  • INTERNET SPEED TEST

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