DISTRICT ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • Currently, Gordon County Schools (GCS) is busy planning for a safe reopening of schools on August 12. Our intent is to welcome back all students, Pre-K through 12th grade, on a traditional, in-person Monday through Friday schedule, with prevention protocols in place that follow health and safety guidelines outlined by the Department of Public Health and CDC. Protocols and procedures for opening may change as we continue to receive information from state and local officials and monitor data on the community spread of COVID-19 in our area.

    FOR DETAILS VISIT GCBE.ORG/COVID19.


     

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  • Atlanta, GA - Governor Brian P. Kemp today announced that the Georgia Broadband Deployment Initiative (GBDI) is launching the Speedtest by Ookla® pilot project statewide through August. This project is designed to equip school leaders with the clearest picture possible of internet connectivity for Georgia’s students and teachers for the upcoming school year.

    Is your home internet too slow?
    Do you lose a cellphone signal when you are walking around in your home?
    Can you get videos on your smartphone, but it takes a long time to download?
    Then WE NEED YOU! Take a Speedtest and help internet service providers and mobile phone carriers know where Georgians need better connectivity.

    Speedtest Directions (Data rates may apply):
    For mobile devices, download the Speedtest app:
    Android: Once installed on your device, open and click “GO.” You can also turn on the “Speedtest” function in your “Settings” if you are using an Android device.
    iOS (Apple): Once installed on your device, open and click “GO.”
    For laptops and computers connected to your home or business internet service:
    Go to https://www.speedtest.net/ and click “GO.”


     

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  • PUBLIC COMMENT ON POLICY CHANGES

    The Gordon County Board of Education is currently reviewing its governing policies.  The public is invited to provide comments on pending policies here.  Any pending policy will be listed on the right side of the page.


     

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GORDON COUNTY SCHOOLS HEADLINES

  • RETURNING TO SCHOOL FOR 2020-2021

    Currently, Gordon County Schools (GCS) is busy planning for a safe reopening of schools on August 12. Our intent is to welcome back all students, Pre-K through 12th grade, on a traditional, in-person Monday through Friday schedule, with prevention protocols in place that follow health and safety guidelines outlined by the Department of Public Health and CDC. Protocols and procedures for opening may change as we continue to receive information from state and local officials and monitor data on the community spread of COVID-19 in our area.

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  • INTERNET SPEED TEST

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  • Georgia Department of Education launches ‘Getting Ready’ guides for kindergarten through third grade

    The Georgia Department of Education and Georgia Public Broadcasting are launching “Getting Ready” guides to help parents of the youngest learners prepare for the upcoming school year. These guides for getting ready for kindergarten and first, second, and third grade were created by GPB Education and specialists in the Georgia Department of Education’s Office of Teaching & Learning, and are designed to provide a simple way to keep the learning going over the summer and explore skills that will prepare a student for the school year ahead.

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  • Local leaders met on Wednesday to discuss the safe return of students planned for August 12th

    School Board chairs Charlie Walraven and Eddie Reeves, along with Superintendents Dr. Kim Fraker and Dr. Michele Taylor hosted the meeting with several local leaders attending.

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  • RED BUD MIDDLE'S MALEIGHA COCHRAN WINS DISTRICT SPELLING BEE

    Maleigha Cochran from Red Bud Middle School won the district Bee and will go on to represent Gordon County Schools in region competition, which will be held on February 22 in Rome. Pictured L-R: Beth Herod- Executive Director of Teaching and Learning, Amy Stewart- Red Bud Middle School Principal, Maleigha Cochran, and Dr. Kimberly Fraker- Superintendent

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