Congratulations again to our District Teacher of the Year Finalists. We look forward to announcing the District TOTY Monday, April 22nd during the Teacher of the Year reception.
2 days ago, Gordon County Schools
GCS TOTY District Finalists
The Gordon County College and Career Academy is hosting its STEAM EDVENTURE Summer Camp May 28-31 for current 5th through 8th grade students. Students will enjoy a variety of activities in science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics. Register now by using the QR Code or following this link:
2 days ago, Gordon County Schools
Gordon County Schools would like to wish everyone a fantastic and safe Spring Break! Whether you're traveling, spending time with loved ones, or simply relaxing at home, enjoy the time and make the most of it. We look forward to seeing you all again on April 15th to finish the school year strong!
15 days ago, Gordon County Schools
Spring Break 2024
Several state champions were recognized at April's Gordon County Schools Board of Education meeting. Sonoraville High School’s FCCLA students Mckenna Boswell, Hannah Jones, and Isabella Segursky were recognized with their advisor, Mrs. Lori Holland, for winning the state championship in Job Interview and Professional Presentation. Mckenna, Hannah, and Isabella will compete nationally later this school year in Seattle, and we wish them the very best of luck. for Gordon Central High School’s State Literary team member Brianna Weller and her coach, Dr. Kim Watters, were recognized for winning the 2AA state championship in Girls Solo singing. Literary competition includes public speaking, acting, and singing. Brianna and the GC team tied for 1st at region as well. Congratulations to these talented, gifted students and their amazing teachers!
18 days ago, Gordon County Schools
April 2024 Board Recognition
April 2024 Board Recognition
Gordon County Schools celebrated Gifted Education Month by showcasing some of our gifted educators across the district. Check out our social media pages for pictures of these awesome teachers!
22 days ago, Gordon County Schools
Gifted Education Month
Celebrate Ag Week in Georgia March 18th through the 24th with many fun activities found on the Georgia Department of Education's Ag Week website at
about 1 month ago, Gordon County Schools
Ag Week
Gordon County Schools is celebrating another School Nutrition milestone today as the Georgia Department of Education School Nutrition Division has awarded GCS Nutrition with the United States Department of Agriculture Food and Nutrition Service’s Turnip the Beet Award for 2023! The Turnip the Beet Award recognizes outstanding summer meal program school food authorities and sponsors across the nation who work hard to offer high quality meals to children that are appetizing, appealing, and nutritious during the summer months. Thank you to School Nutrition Director Mrs. Nicole Head and our cafeteria staff members who worked so hard over the summer to feed and take care of our community with healthy, delicious meal options for families.
about 1 month ago, Gordon County Schools
GCS Nutrition Golden Beet Recipient
Congratulations to Red Bud Middle Schools for their cafeteria breakfast being named Georgia Tray of the Week during National School Breakfast Week!
about 1 month ago, Gordon County Schools
RBMS Named Georgia Tray of the Week
Congratulations again to each of our Teacher of the Year recipients! These teachers were nominated and voted by their peers as exemplary educators who go above and beyond in everything they do. Their dedication, care, and support of students is evident daily, and their teacher leadership helps to support and grow those around them. The 10 teachers will go on to the next round of evaluation for Gordon County Schools to select its District Finalists for GCS Teacher of the Year. The winner of District TOTY will then compete at the state level.
about 1 month ago, Gordon County Schools
2024 TOTY
Gordon County Schools is on an early release schedule Wednesday, March 13th and Thursday, March 14th for Parent Conferences. We hope families were able to schedule time to meet with teachers to discuss your child's progress this year. If not, you are encouraged to stay in contact with your school and connect with teachers to find time to discuss academic achievement and future goals. Friday, March 15th is an At-Home Learning Day. We hope that your child or children are able to explore learning opportunities that day and catch up on assignments, projects, and materials as we approach End-of-Course and End-of-Grade Milestones testing.
about 1 month ago, Gordon County Schools
This week is National School Social Worker Week, and we'd like to show our appreciation for the social workers who make a difference in our students' lives each day. Thank you Ty Bonner, Rachel Wood, and May Corbin for your care, love, and service to our Gordon County community.
about 1 month ago, Gordon County Schools
Thank you Social Workers for all you do!
March is Gifted Education Month in Georgia, and we are celebrating the talents and abilities of our students in Gordon County Schools. That also means acknowledging the amazing educators providing acceleration, creativity, and challenge in the classroom.
about 2 months ago, Gordon County Schools
Gifted Education Month
School Board Appreciation Week is March 11-17. The week-long celebration serves to recognize the positive impact local boards of education make in their community. Our Board of Education members work tirelessly alongside Superintendent Mrs. Alice Mashburn to ensure students are in schools that are safe, rigorous, and relationship-driven. Their outstanding contributions to our school system, students, and community they serve are instrumental to the success of Gordon County Schools.
about 2 months ago, Gordon County Schools
School Board Appreciation Week, March 11-17
Congratulations to Gordon Central High School for being recognized by Superintendent Richard Woods and the Georgia Department of Education as a 2024 AP Honor School. Advanced Placement (AP) courses require hard work by both teachers and students, and the award recognizes this commitment. GCHS is on the AP Challenge School list for schools with enrollments of 900 or fewer students and exams administered in English, mathematics, science, and social studies with a minimum expected participation rate met. Gordon Central is also recognized on the AP Access and Support List for schools with at least 30% of AP exams taken by students who identified as African American and/or Hispanic (minimum of 16 students) and 30% of all AP exams earning scores of 3 or higher. At least 25 exams must be administered.
about 2 months ago, Gordon County Schools
GaDOE AP Honor School 2024 Award
We are starting March with lots of celebrating: a happy birthday treat for Dr. Seuss's March 1 birthday is quickly followed by some tropical beachy breakfast dishes featured during National School Breakfast Week March 4 - 8. Have breakfast at school and try a Point Break Potato Bowl, a Big Wave Waffle Stick, or a Shark Attack Yogurt Cup, among other new treats. And look for some special celebrity breakfast servers in your school cafeteria.
about 2 months ago, School Nutrition
March 2024 elementary school breakfast menus
March 2024 elementary school lunch menus
March 2024 middle school breakfast menus
March 2024 middle school lunch menus
March 2024 high school breakfast menus
March 2024 high school lunch menus
Congratulations to the Lady Phoenix and Phoenix basketball teams for their state tournament play!
about 2 months ago, Gordon County Schools
SHS Basketball
Congratulations to the following Red Bud Middle FBLA students for their recent accomplishments at the State FBLA Conference in Columbus, Georgia: Preslie Parish- 3rd place State winner in Mission and Pledge Emma Osmanovic- 5th place State winner in Public Speaking Jet Johnston and Julio Rodriguez- 2nd place State winners in Critical Thinking Jet Johnston- 7th place State winner in Exploring Computer Science
about 2 months ago, Gordon County Schools
RBMS FBLA State Competitors
πŸ“£ Gordon County Schools Pre-K Registration 🍎 πŸ“… Registration Period: February 1st - March 8th πŸŽ‰ Pre-K Lottery: March 14th Pre-K registration for Gordon County Schools opens February 1st. Parents and guardians, mark your calendars as the registration window closes on March 8th. πŸ” Lottery Information: Don't miss the chance to secure a spot for your little one in our Bright From the Start Pre-K programs at each of our six elementary schools. The Pre-K Lottery will take place on March 14th. The goal of every Georgia Pre-K classroom is to provide our four-year-olds with the experiences that they need to prepare for kindergarten. In 1993, Gordon County Schools had the foresight to be instrumental in establishing one of the first Pre-K sites in the state of Georgia. Currently, Gordon County Schools has sixteen Pre-K classrooms. Children must be four years old on or before September 1. Children who are five years old by September 1, may attend Pre-K if they have not previously attended a Georgia Pre-K. 🏫 Belwood Elementary Preschool Play & Learn Program: Additionally, Gordon County Schools is excited to kick off registration for the Preschool Play & Learn Program at Belwood Elementary. Parents interested in this program can also register starting February 1st. The Preschool Play and Learn (PAL) Program for 3-year-old children during the 2024-25 school year. This tuition-based program is housed at Belwood Elementary School and is open to children throughout Gordon County, regardless of residence attendance zone. πŸ“Œ How to Get More Information: For detailed information about both the Pre-K Registration and the Preschool Play & Learn Program at Belwood Elementary, simply follow the links provided or scan the QR Code from the graphics. 🌐 Pre-K Registration Information: 🌐 Preschool Play & Learn Program Details: πŸ€” Questions? If you have any questions or need assistance, please reach out to the elementary school where you are registering your child, or contact Belwood Elementary for more information about the Preschool Play & Learn Program. You may also contact Pre-K and PAL Director, Ms. Beth Herod, at or by calling 706-629-7366. πŸ‘¨β€πŸ‘©β€πŸ‘§β€πŸ‘¦ Join us in shaping a bright future for our little learners! 🌟
3 months ago, Gordon County Schools
Pre-K Registration
PAL Program
Gordon County Schools took a total of 43 students from Red Bud Middle School and Sonoraville Elementary to compete in the Northwest Georgia Regional Technology Competition. A total of 26 projects were entered across 12 categories in this annual NWGA RESA event. First-place winners will compete at the state competition. Congratulations to all students who competed, and good luck to the 1st place winners who will go on to state competition March 2nd at the Henry County Advanced Learning Academy! 1st Place Winners: Sonoraville Elementary Raelynn Stickler, Grades 5-6 Graphic Design Red Bud Middle School Maddie Beth Gulledge, Grades 7-8 Animation Brexten Camp, Grades 7-8 Internet Applications Emma Osmanovic & Preslie Parish, Grades 7-8 Productivity Design Here were the rest of our great competitors! We are so proud of our GCS students, and thank you to the educators who worked with these students and took them to participate in this event. Sonoraville Elementary School Hadley Evans & Leny Mendoza-Reyes, Grades 3-4 Graphic Design Reid Roddy & Bryer Gibson, Grades 3-4 Animation Emma Brookshire & Ella Benton, Grades 3-4 Robotics Kellin Hendrix & Jake Farley, Grades 3-4 Video Production Harper Moore & Ally Proper, Grades 3-4 Productivity Design Jacob Watkins & Roczen Garland, Grades 5-6 Multimedia Applications Carly Bailey & Peter Obi, Grades 5-6 Productivity Design Red Bud Middle School Kevin Tirador & Jesus Taboada-Hernandez, Grades 5-6 3D Modeling Langston Loudermilk & Reagan Hughes, Grades 7-8 3D Modeling Haidyn Jones, Grades 5-6 Animation Elijah Dacus & Oliver Monica, Grades 5-6 Audio Production Maksym Aloshyn, Grades 7-8 Audio Production Wren Sision & Mikayla Thurman, Grades 5-6 Photo Production Paityn Goldston & Ellie Wofford, Grades 7-8 Photo Production Declan Wang & Desmond Worley, Grades 5-6 Game Design Camden Thompson, Grades 7-8 Graphic Design Eva McDougle & Darcy Owen, Grades 7-8 Multimedia Applications Slater Morss, Grades 7-8 Programming Parker Holland & Jacoby Weaver, Grades 5-6 Robotics Lukas Holmes & Lincoln Lessis, Grades 7-8 Robotics London Carter, Grades 5-6 Video Production Sarah Nic Dutton, Grades 7-8 Video Production Congratulations!
3 months ago, Gordon County Schools
SES and RBMS Students Compete!
February menus for your school cafeterias - Gordon County School Nutrition is excited to share lots of fun special days and special treats in February.
3 months ago, School Nutrition
Elementary breakfast mens Feb 2024
Elementary lunch menus Feb 2024
Middle breakfast menus Feb 2024
Middle lunch menus Feb 2024
High school breakfast menus Feb 2024
High school lunch menus Feb 2024