DISTRICT ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • HB 91; ELIGIBILITY FOR HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA 

    An individual (hereinafter referred to as “Student”) no longer enrolled in a Georgia public school and who previously failed to receive a high school diploma in this state or was denied graduation solely for failing to achieve a passing score on one or more portions of the Georgia High School Graduation Tests or its predecessor or the Georgia High School Writing Test or its predecessor may petition the local board of education in which he or she was last enrolled to determine the student’s eligibility to receive a high school diploma pursuant to O.C.G.A. § 20-2-281.1 based on the graduation requirements in effect when the student first entered ninth grade. For information on how to petition Gordon County Schools to determine eligibility for a student under this guidance, click here. 

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GORDON COUNTY SCHOOLS HEADLINES

  • DUTCH NAMED FINALIST IN NATIONAL COMPETITION

    Elizabeth Dutch was named to top 5 finalists in the area of talent at the Distinguished Young Women of America competition.

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  • SHS FBLA STUDENTS PLACE IN NATIONAL COMPETITION

    Garrison Bumgardner, John Graves, and Christian Dyer were honored in Baltimore for their 10th place win at FBLA National competition in the area of Entrepreneurship

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  • SMITH NAMED TO FBLA WALL OF FAME

    Lisa Smith received recognition during the recent National FBLA Conference in Baltimore for being named to the FBLA Adviser Wall of Fame

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  • SONORAVILLE FCCLA TAKES GOLD AT NATIONALS

    SHS students and FCCLA members Payton Baker, Ariana Jaramillo, and Georgina Trenti competed in the STAR Event, Chapter Service Project Portfolio. They presented FCCLA’s Community Book Drive to a panel of judges. After receiving gold medals at region and state competitions earlier this year, they are now national gold medalists!

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  • SCHOLARSHIPS PRESENTED BY FLOYD-GORDON EMPLOYER COMMITTEE

    During the June Board of Education meeting, the Floyd-Gordon Employer Committee presented two $750 scholarships to two recent graduates from Gordon County Schools' Ombudsmen program. The two recipients were Chailyn Johnston and Martha Leatherwood Mantooth.

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  • BOARD OF EDUCATION RECOGNIZED FOR EXCELLENCE

    The Gordon County Board of Education was, once again, named an Exemplary Board by the Georgia School Boards Association. This award was presented at the 2018 GSBA summer conference in Savannah and is to honor achievement and the pursuit of higher standards in the local governance of public schools and is the highest distinction a Board of Education can receive.

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  • McLEOD NAMED DISTRICT TEACHER OF THE YEAR

    Gordon County Teacher of the Year Nominees: Front (L-R)- Alicia Williams, Belwood Elementary School; August Davis, Sonoraville Elementary School; Jennifer Crump, Red Bud Elementary School; Wayne Harper, District Finalist, Red Bud Middle School; Andy McLeod, District Teacher of the Year, W. L. Swain Elementary School; Renee Hughes, District Finalist, Gordon Central High School; Jesse Martin, Sonoraville High School; Valerie Allen, Ashworth Middle School; Cindy Price, Fairmount Elementary School; Jason Etheridge, Tolbert Elementary School  Back Row (L-R)- Dr. Susan Remillard, Superintendent; Board members: Charlie Walraven; Bobby Hall, vice-chairperson; Chris Johnson, chairperson; Larry Massey; Nan Barnette; Dana Stewart

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  • GORDON COUNTY SCHOOLS AWARDED AN ADDITIONAL $1.8 MILLION TO SUPPORT LITERACY

    Grant will provide literacy resources for children in Gordon County ages birth-12th grade.

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