The Columbia County School District will hold its regularly scheduled Board of Education meeting Tuesday, October 27, 2020, beginning at 5:30 p.m. at the Columbia County Board of Education office. Meetings will be open to the public with total seats, including the Board Members and Board of Education staff, limited to no more than fifty socially distanced by six feet.
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Get a flu vaccine without leaving your car! The Columbia County Health Department will provide drive-thru flu vaccine clinics at certain school locations on Saturday, October 24 and Saturday, November 7.
Notice is hereby given that on October 29, 2020, at 4:30 p.m. in the Board Meeting Room of the Columbia County Board of Education, located at 4781 Hereford Farm Road, Evans, GA, 30809, a meeting of the Superintendent Search Committee of the Columbia County Board of Education will be held.
This week is National School Lunch Week and all children can eat for FREE! Learn from Home students can receive curbside meal pickup Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Even students who bring their lunch can Pick-3-Free!
JROTC’s Legion of Valor is a national award given to cadets who demonstrate excellence in military and academic subjects and is given annually by the Legion of Valor of the United States of America. Out of 14,000 nominations, Cadet Sonia Tegang was one of only 11 to earn the award. Congratulations Sonia!
Middle school students on the A/B schedule only, will begin a phased return to full-time instruction beginning with 6th graders on October 19, 2020. High school students will remain on their assigned A/B schedule, but with the option for an additional day of instruction on Friday, beginning October 23, 2020. Read all of the updates for middle and high school students on the A/B schedule.
Thanks to the Alpha Epsilon Chapter of Alpha Delta Kappa who recognized and thanked all of our school nurses with giftcards!
FREE Curbside meal pickup will resume Wednesday, October 14, 2020. Free meal pickup will be available Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays for all children ages 0-18 through the end of December.
We want all of our stakeholders to feel informed and, more importantly, confident that they or their children are as safe as possible while at school. To that end, we intend to make weekly reports of incidents of positive cases in our schools each Friday.
October is Bullying Prevention Month! The Columbia County School District strongly believes that ALL students deserve to feel safe and supported in their learning environments, whether in person or online. We endeavor to educate all stakeholders about the risks of bullying behaviors and ways to prevent it in children and teens lives. Learn more and join the fight to prevent bullying!
Congratulations to Stevens Creek Elementary for being one of only four schools in Columbia County to earn this national award for academic excellence!
Stay up to date with the Columbia County School District and your school or schools of choice with the new School News App by Edlio.
The Columbia County School District is providing a new smart phone app that provides real-time information about school bus locations while en route.
We are pleased to announce the Graduation Rate for the Class of 2019 was 92.03%, an overall increase from 90.6% last year!