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BACK TO SCHOOL OPEN HOUSE

 
OPEN HOUSE FOR ALL SCHOOLS IS THURSDAY, JULY 31
 9:00 to 12:00
PLEASE MAKE PLANS TO MEET YOUR CHILD'S TEACHERS! 

TRANSPORTATION - CDL CLASS


The next CDL class will held at Transportation Dept.
on July 22nd, 23rd, 24th from 4 pm till 8 pm
for more information contact
donald.tuft@baldwin.k12.ga.us

Baldwin County Board of Education Recognition


Congratulations!
Baldwin County Board of Education has been recognized by the Georgia School Board Association (GSBA) and has earned their GSBA Quality Board Status for "continued pursuit of excellence".

We are PROUD of our BALDWIN COLLEGE AND CAREER ACADEMY!


FOR MORE INFORMATION view the website or CONTACT:
Teresa Phillips 
Baldwin High School
155 Highway 49 W    Milledgeville, GA 31061
478-453-6429 ext. 336

Baldwin County Mission and Vision Statement

The mission of the Baldwin County School District is to educate students
who will graduate from high school with the knowledge, skills, and values
to be college and/or career ready in order to be contributing members of a global society.
Our vision is for the Baldwin County School District to empower students through a positive, culturally responsive and stimulating environment where students will recognize and achieve their fullest potential.

InformacionSi necesita ayuda o informacion, favor de hablar con la Sra. Lily Grimes, 478-457-3324 - Gracias
Message from Superintendent, Dr. Noris Price

Dear Members of the Baldwin School Community:

I am honored and excited about being selected as your new superintendent, and to continue the work of challenging our students to reach new levels of achievement required for them to fulfill their dreams and aspirations.  I am ready and eager to work in collaboration with you to lead Baldwin County Schools in providing the highest quality of education for all students.  We must keep focus on our mission that all students graduate from high school, have college and career options, and become contributing members to our community and global society.

I thank the Baldwin County School Board for the confidence and trust they have placed in me to lead our school district forward.  In my transition over the last several weeks, it has become evident that we share the same beliefs about the need to engage our students, teachers, parents and members of our community in educating our children. These beliefs were clearly evident in Ms. Geneva Braziel's commitment and dedication to Baldwin County Schools.  I wish to thank her for her devotion to our community and wish her well in all future endeavors. 

Please know that I pledge the highest level of commitment to high standards with a focus on ensuring all of our students achieve academic success.  As we move forward, I will continue to emphasize the need for effective systems that ensure all instructional, social/emotional, and needed supports are in place for students to achieve at high levels - regardless of the challenges we may encounter.  The mission, vision, beliefs, and goals of our school district will be the focus of our efforts.  Together, our students will be empowered to assume responsibility for their learning and achieve to their fullest potential.  

It is my honor and privilege to serve the children, staff, families, and citizens of Baldwin County as its Superintendent, and I look forward to working with all of you to ensure that our students graduate from high school with ambitions and choices to meet their goals.  

Sincerely,
Noris Price, Ed.D.
Superintendent

important dates-Announcements


OPEN HOUSE FOR ALL SCHOOLS IS THURSDAY, JULY 31
 9:00 to 12:00
PLEASE MAKE PLANS TO MEET YOUR CHILD'S TEACHERS


 


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Get Georgia Reading

To ensure that Georgia’s students don’t fall
behind while school is out of session, the
Georgia Department of Education is working
alongside the Get Georgia Reading campaign,
the Governor’s Office of Student Achievement,
and the Council of Chief State School Officers
to encourage summer reading.
        
All students are challenged to read every day
this summer, for at least 15 to 30 minutes.
Parents and students are encouraged to visit
the Find a Book, Georgia website and make
a Summer Reading Pledge. They can use the
site to find book recommendations throughout
the summer, all tailored to a student’s interests
and Lexile score. (If the child’s Lexile score is not
known, the site can estimate reading level based
on answers to a few simple questions.)

Suggested summer reading goals for students based
on grade levels are: K-2 students-10 books,
3-5 students-8 chapter books,
6-12 students-5 fiction books 
and 5 non-fiction books

2014 Summer Reading Challenge Website:
http://www.gadoe.org/Curriculum-Instruction-
and-Assessment/Curriculum-and-Instruction/Pages
/Georgia-Summer-Reading-Challenge.aspx

Information on summer reading loss:
http://www.lexile.com/using-lexile/summer-reading/
or http://www.summerlearning.org/?page=know_the_facts

Title I Parent Surveys
The information gathered
will help us better serve
all the children in
Baldwin County Schools
Baldwin High
Blandy Hills 
Creekside 
Eagle Ridge 
Midway 
Oak Hill Middle
Registration Form
Form en Espanol
 
From the GA. Dept of Education
 

After School Program

Recreation Dept.
 

need a transcript?
 

SPED Parent Rights Form
Winners of the Tri-COunty EMC Grant 2014
 
   

 

Two time award winners Midway Elementary's Mandy Hopkins (top left) and Blandy Hill Elementary's Katrina Veal (top right) were recipients of Tri County EMC Competitive Grants also Damita Hall Jones from Baldwin High School (middle) is a first time recipient of the award! They will use these funds to purchase new technology for their students - Congratulations to all!

2014 Regional tech Fair Winners - Scroll Down for more Pictures

CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL OUR REGIONAL TECHNOLOGY COMPETITION WINNERS! 

   
Oak Hill Middle: Teachers, Markeeta Clayton & Bethany Avery
First Place
5-6th grade 3D Modeling David Grimes
First Place 7-8th grade 3D Modeling Andre Warren
First Place 5-6th grade Digital Video Emma Holder and Katie Blount
 Early College: Teacher, Sharon Hood
7th gr 2nd place- Non-Multimedia application Zoey Monica
10th gr 1st place- Multimedia applications Chris Johnson
7th gr 1st place- Internet 2.0 Dayana Paz

   
 Baldwin High School: Teacher, Kristi Riley
Kevin Sweat & Robert Sweat 1st Place Web 2.0 Apps, 11th -12th gr Shereka Poole 1st Place Animated Graphic Design, 11th -12th gr
Jaired Freeman & Antwan Carswell 1st Place Digital Video Production, 9th -10th gr
Artrail Braziel & Kayla McCray 1st Place Digital Video Production, 11th -12th gr
Davina Hurt 2nd Place Multimedia Applications, 11th -12th gr
Kayla McCray 2nd Place Non-Multimedia Applications, 11th -12th gr
Midway Elementary: Teacher, Argent Hewitt 
3rd gr Victoria Morris and Makayla Bloodworth 1st place Digital Video Production
4th gr Maurisa Hummel 1st place Non-animated Graphic Design
4th gr Olivia Gibson 1st place Photography
4th gr Olivia Gibson 2nd place Animated Graphic Design
5th gr Emma Lewis and Billy Burks 2nd place Multimedia Applications
5th gr Emma Lewis 2nd place Photography
                 
Blandy Hills Elementary:
Teachers, Regina Ridley and Jan Miller
Chanel Collier - 2nd Digital Video Production for 5th and 6th
Emma Evans and Dyson Sallad - 2nd Robotics for 3rd and 4th
Gus Nobles and Jackson Harris - 2nd Robotics for 5th and 6th 
Carlos Abella - 2nd 3D Modeling for 5th and 6th 

Creekside Elementary: Teacher, Cindy English
4th grade 1st Harshita Patel and Katie Pendergast   Web 2.0 Internet Applications
1st Branden Barlow, Jackson Blount and Keith Robbins  Robotics
2nd Idil Erturk and Gracelyn Anderson Web 2.0 Internet Applications
2nd Porter Hobbs and Dakota Warren Digital Photography
2nd Caleb Aycock and Elliot Callender Non-Animated Graphic Design
2nd Asha Butts and Nyasia Bundrage Digital Video Production
2nd Jamisyn Huff and Tamia Smith Mobile Apps Design
5th grade  1st Jayson Burner and Catherine Mullis Animated Graphic Design
1st Hailey Mitcham and Kallista Sloan Mobile Apps Design
1st Carson Smith, Grayson Hopkins and Harrison Hopkins Non-Animated Graphic Design
2nd Justin Wallace and Ethan Tolentino Web 2.0 Internet Applications
2nd Hayden Bentley and Joseph McMillan Mobile Apps Design