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The Columbia County Board of Education will meet in Regular Session at 5:30 p.m. June 22, 2021, at the Board of Education located at 4781 Hereford Farm Road in Evans.
In-person and virtual options will be available for families to participate in Open House for the 2021-2022 school year. The first day of school is August 5, 2021.
A one-stop-shop for all information on registering new, incoming students into the Columbia County School District.
The Columbia County Public Health Department will be offering several dates in the coming months for students to get necessary immunizations for the upcoming 21-22 school year. The Georgia Department of Public Health is requiring a meningococcal booster shot (MCV4) for all 11th graders on their 16th birthday. This requirement starts on the first day of school, August 5, 2021. All students that are 16 years old by August 5, 2021, need to plan to get the MCV4 booster vaccination.
Find answers to frequently asked questions about the COVID-19 immunization for children age 12 and older, along with immunization clinic locations, dates, and times.
Find all information for summer school 2021, including dates and times and transportation and lunch details.
Congratulations to Dr. Kellye Bosch and Steven Cummings for being recently approved as Assistant Superintendents for the Columbia County School District.
Check out a photo album of graduation photos from commencement ceremonies at Evans Towne Center Park. Congratulations to the graduating class of 2021! You made it!
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.
The New Teacher End of Year Celebration is an award-winning program, recognized statewide, that was created by the Columbia County School District to provide ongoing mentorship and support services for first-year teachers, needed to build successful educators who provide quality education for all students.
The State School Superintendent of Georgia visited North Columbia Elementary School Thursday to award School Resource Officer Lee Peck with the RISE Award.
Thank you to Augusta University Health for providing the COVID-19 vaccine to teachers and staff!
Congratulations to Dr. Steven Flynt, who has been selected to serve as the superintendent for the CCSD following the retirement of Dr. Sandra Carraway. We welcome Dr. Flynt and his family to Columbia County.
The name Purposity is a combination of purpose + generosity. For the past year, the Columbia County community has put the Purposity App to use meeting the immediate needs of our students and families.