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Baldwin County Board of Education Recognition

Baldwin County Board of Education for achieving the status of "Distinguished Board of Education" by the Georgia School Board Association (GSBA) Their adherence to the highest governance standards is a testament to their commitment to education and to our community.


Free digital textbooks available through
the Georgia Department of Education
The textbooks, which can be accessed by visiting http://www.gavirtuallearning.org/Resources/SharedLandingPage.aspx, are currently available for middle and high school courses. They cover an array of content areas in Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies, CTAE Electives, and several World Languages (Spanish, German, French, Latin, Chinese and Japanese). Textbooks available range from courses such as Coordinate Algebra, Analytic Geometry, and Biology to electives such as Web Design, Agriculture, and Healthcare Science.


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
Board Member, John Jackson, Named to Governor Deal's Advisory Board


                                                                  Deal names new Education Advisory Board members

Gov. Nathan Deal today announced the new members who will serve on his Education Advisory Boards. The four boards are comprised of school superintendents, principals, teachers and local school board members from each congressional district who will meet with the governor and his staff over the next year to provide input on education policy issues facing the state.

“Throughout my term, the members of these advisory boards have provided invaluable feedback on policy issues including improving the percentage of Georgia's students reading on grade level by the third grade and encouraging innovation in STEM education,” Deal said. “By listening to those on the frontlines, we can make better policy decisions for our educators and students. I’m grateful to these highly regarded professionals who are giving of their time and talents. Our children are our greatest resource, and I look forward to discussing how we can continue to improve educational outcomes for all.” 

              Congratulations to Mr. John Jackson for being named to serve on the Governor's Education Advisory Board!

“Educate to Graduate”

State Board of Education proposes revisions to CCGPS standards in ELA, math
Proposed changes posted for public comment for 60 days

 MEDIA CONTACT: Matt Cardoza, GaDOE Communications Office, (404) 651-7358, mcardoza@gadoe.org
Frick, GaDOE Communications Office, (404) 656-5594, mfrick@doe.k12.ga.us  

November 12, 2014 – The State Board of Education has posted, for a 60-day public comment period, revisions to the Common Core Georgia Performance Standards (CCGPS) in English Language Arts and math. 

The standards were revised based on a formal review and evaluation process, as directed by an executive order from Governor Nathan Deal. The review and evaluation process included several survey opportunities, along with legislative and State Board of Education listening sessions. 

“Through this process, we have taken every opportunity to hear the concerns of educators, parents, and other stakeholders,” State Superintendent Dr. John Barge said. “It’s on the basis of that feedback that we are proposing these changes. This revision is not a retreat from our standards, but a refinement to ensure they are the best standards for Georgia’s students.”  

As part of the review process, survey feedback was collected and analyzed by the University System of Georgia. A working committee representing Georgia public school teachers, post-secondary staff, parents, and instructional leaders made revisions to the standards based on public feedback and recommendations from survey results for standards with less than 90 percent approval. ELA and Mathematics Advisory Committees then reviewed the recommended changes, and provided additional suggestions based on public feedback. 

An analysis of the results of the GaDOE Common Core Standards Survey for RESAs (Regional Education Service Agencies) is attached. View the proposed revisions here. To provide feedback on the revisions, contact one of the following:  

·         Pam Smith, Director of Curriculum and Instruction, pamsmith@doe.k12.ga.us

·         Sandi Woodall, Program Manager for Mathematics, swoodall@doe.k12.ga.us

·         Carolyn Waters, Program Manager for English Language Arts, cwaters@doe.k12.ga.us

·         Dr. Martha Reichrath, Deputy State Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction, mreichrath@doe.k12.ga.us 

Note: Some survey respondents, as well as the Academic Review Committee, felt that certain standards needed to also be emphasized in the teacher guidance documents developed by the Department of Education for each grade/course and subject. Some of the recommendations to be emphasized in Guidance and Professional Learning include: phonics instruction; cursive writing; literature and informational text; traditional computing methods; and the memorization of addition, subtraction, and multiplication facts.

Message from Superintendent Dr. Noris Price
 Dear Parents/Guardians,


Baldwin County Schools will be undergoing system accreditation this school year. Accreditation is your assurance of Baldwin County’s academic excellence. Accreditation ensures a standard of quality among schools and universities around the world. It also validates the equivalency of diplomas and certificates to other accredited schools and universities. In addition, students in accredited schools become part of a worldwide network of quality institutions focused on student performance.


As part of this process, we need parents/guardians to complete the AdvancED/SACS survey focused on facilitating continuous improvement in our educational processes. We value your opinion and ask that you take the time to complete this survey. 


In order to complete the survey, please click on the link below for your child’s school - Baldwin High, Oak Hill Middle, Blandy Hills, Eagle Ridge, Midway, and Creekside.
For Early College and Early Learning Center, please click here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/3NB9GRC

If you have more than one student in our district, you will need to complete a survey for each school.


Please be assured that your responses to this survey will be anonymous. Your honest opinion is appreciated.


If you have any questions about this survey, please contact our technology director, Vickie Harmon at vickie.harmon@baldwin.k12.ga.us  or call at 478.457.3313.


Thank you in advance for your participation.


Noris Price, Ed.D.
Baldwin County Schools


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