COVID-19 updates * 6/1 * Reopening info

Update June 1, 2020 It’s true! We are getting ready for the new school year — new teacher orientation started today! Click here to see a message about plans for re-opening from our superintendent, Dr. April Howard, on our district website. Click here for information on Central Office reopening and how to schedule an appointment […]

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HOW TO USE THIS WEBSITE

Welcome to the website for the Jackson County School System and the associated websites for our six elementary schools, two middle schools, and two high schools. We know this is a big change from our previous efforts, so here are some things to watch for and a roadmap of sorts: Clicking on text in gold […]

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Nutrition support available

  UPDATE APRIL 9 A fourth mobile route adds three more food pickup locations to the 10 previously announced. Beginning Monday, April 13, breakfast and lunch grab-and-go meals will be available on Mondays and Thursdays (with the Monday pickup providing three of each meal and the Thursday pickup providing four of each meal) at the […]

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A Message from the Superintendent: Upcoming Communications for Distance Learning and In-Person Learning

Good Afternoon Jackson County Families, We are working feverishly to prepare for a successful opening to the 2020-2021 school year. We appreciate all of you who responded to the Learning Environment Commitment survey. Our school leaders are working tirelessly to realign every students’ schedule to provide the very best experience through distance learning, as well […]

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Instructional Environment Commitment Form

Dear Jackson County School Students and Parents, Our district continues to prepare for the start of 2020-2021 school year. We appreciate the feedback we’ve received from our families and internal stakeholders. In response, the Jackson County Board of Education approved a revised calendar which delays the start of school to Wednesday, August 12th. In addition, […]

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New High School: Monthly Digest – Updated 6/4/20

Join us here for regular updates on the work to build our new west-side high school. The information is provided by our Assistant Superintendent for Operations, Mr. Ted Gilbert.   June 4, 2020 This month’s update also includes information on other projects underway and planned across the school system, including those at the middle and […]

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Central Office to reopen June 15

Our Central Office will reopen Monday, June 15, 2020, but we are unable to accommodate walk-ins at this time. If you cannot conduct business online, please schedule an appointment by calling 706-367-5151 (if necessary, leave a message so we can return your call) or email (click here for our email addresses). Click here for information […]

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Plans for 2020-21 re-opening

A message from Dr. April Howard, JCSS superintendent, about plans for re-opening schools for the 2020-21 school year: This morning, the Georgia Department of Public Education and the Georgia Department of Public Health released a document, Georgia’s Path to Recovery for K-12 Schools. This plan provides guidance – not mandates – regarding reopening school this […]

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Graduations now set for July

UPDATE 5/22/2020 from our superintendent, Dr. April Howard: Jackson County High Schools continue their commitment to honor our graduating class of 2020!  As we celebrate what should be the week of graduation through parades and other social distancing efforts, we are still moving forward with plans to honor our graduates this summer.   We appreciate our […]

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Daily summer meals begin Tuesday, May 26

Jackson County School Nutrition Program is pleased to announce Seamless Summer Feeding, where no-cost, grab-and-go meals will be provided for children each day, beginning Tuesday, May 26, the day after Memorial Day. Meals will be available for daily pickup Monday through Friday from 10 am to noon at East Jackson Comprehensive High School. In addition, […]

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JCSS awarded eight wi-fi devices for buses

Internet access soon will be more — well — accessible for students in the Jackson County School System when wi-fi devices donated to the state of Georgia by AT&T are deployed on school buses across the county. Eight of the 448 Wi-Fi Rangers donated will come to JCSS, one of 36 rural school systems chosen […]

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Food pickup locations added

UPDATE — May 19, 2020: Jackson County School Nutrition Program is pleased to announce Seamless Summer Feeding, where no-cost, grab-and-go meals will be provided for children each day, beginning Tuesday, May 26, the day after Memorial Day. Click here to learn more and see the schedule. UPDATE — 2:52 pm May 11, 2020: North Jackson […]

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