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BCSD Pursuit of Excellence Awards
  • Ms. Marsha Machen – Creekside Elementary – nominated by Tracy Clark



    Ms. Marsha Machen has been recognized as going above and beyond the call of duty. Her dedication to getting the job done helps Creekside run efficiently and effectively. Ms. Machen willingly helps other secretaries when they are hired and is meticulous in her work. Her pleasant and welcoming attitude make her a valued employee of Creekside Elementary and the Baldwin County School District. Thank you, Ms. Machen, for your dedication to our school district. You are a true example of Excellence!


  • Mr. Jay Clark – Central Office – nominated by Bruce Knighton


    Mr. Jerry Clark has been recognized as a dedicated staff member who demonstrates an exemplary work ethic, a willingness to handle the most difficult tasks and a genuine concern for the safety and security of all staff. His persistence in finding the root cause of maintenance issues, and his follow up to ensure that the issues are resolved in a timely manner helps to keep the schools operating efficiently. Thank you, Mr. Clark, for your faithfulness in serving the students, staff and citizens of Baldwin County. You are a shining example of Excellence!



  • Ms. Katherine Throne – Baldwin High School – nominated by Teresa Phillips


    Ms. Katherine Throne has been recognized for her hard work in starting a Future Farmers of America (FFA) Chapter, implementing a greenhouse management program, and fully implementing the greenhouse. Ms. Throne’s hard work produced the first annual spring plant sale last semester! She has taken students to agricultural competitions where students have placed at regional and State levels. In addition, she is currently working to prepare the agriculture program for industry certification. Thank you, Ms. Throne, for your faithfulness in serving the students, staff and citizens of Baldwin County. You are an example of Excellence!

  • Mr. Christopher Dominy – Central Office – nominated by Elaine Durden


                    Mr. Chris Dominy received two nominations for this prestigious honor. Some of the words used to describe Mr. Dominy are dependable, hard-working, courteous and cheerful. He has been complimented on completing deliveries in a timely manner, having a great attention to detail, and going the extra mile to deliver quality customer service. His response, “I’m on top of that!”, is a promise that he follows through on a daily basis. Thank you, Mr. Dominy, for going above and beyond the call of duty.


Congratulations to Dr. Price!

Congratulations to Dr. Price on being named to this prestigious Commission! 

Deal names Education Reform Commission members

 Gov. Nathan Deal today named the individuals who will serve on the Education Reform Commission that he announced during his State of the State address. The commission will study the state’s education system, including its funding formula, and provide recommendations intended to improve the system, increase access to early learning programs, recruit and retain high-quality instructors and expand school options for Georgia’s families. 
“My vision for K-12 education in Georgia is a system driven by student need that provides local school and district leaders with real control and flexibility,” said Deal. “With this commission now in place, it is my hope that we will work together to make education more accessible and effective in preparing our state’s students for the rigors of college and the workforce. Georgia families depend on our classrooms, and now it’s time we take the responsibility in full to provide the high-quality, technologically advanced education they so deserve. I fully anticipate this commission will help bring my vision to reality and I’m grateful for the members' willingness to serve.”
The commission will convene throughout the year to comprehensively review the state’s education system and QBE funding formula in order to provide recommendations on possible executive, legislative and agency fixes. The recommendations will be sent to Deal by Aug. 1 of this year, with some going into effect as early as the 2016-2017 school year. Chuck Knapp, former president of the University of Georgia, will chair both the commission and the subcommittee on funding reform.

 Commission members are listed below:

Name

Title

Organization

Madelyn Adams

Director of Community Benefit

Kaiser Permanente of Georgia

Matt Arthur

Deputy Commissioner

Technical College System of Georgia

Robert Avossa

Superintendent

Fulton County Schools

Greg Beadles

Executive Vice President, Chief Administrative and Financial Officer

AMB Sports and Entertainment

Brad Bryant

Director

REACH Scholarship program

Brooks Coleman

Chairman, House Education Committee

Georgia General Assembly

Tom Dickson

Chairman, House Education Appropriations Subcommittee

Georgia General Assembly

Mike Dudgeon

State Representative

Georgia General Assembly

Kent Edwards

Superintendent

Carrolton City Schools

Terry England

Chairman, House Appropriations Committee

Georgia General Assembly

Tina Fernandez

Partner

Bellweather Education Partners

Mike Glanton

State Representative

Georgia General Assembly

Barbara Hampton

Sixth Congressional District Member

State Board of Education

Tyler Harper

Chairman, Senate Public Safety Committee

Georgia General Assembly

Hannah Heck

Attorney, Vice Chair and Founding Board Member

Westside Atlanta Charter School

Jack Hill

Chairman, Senate Appropriations Committee

Georgia General Assembly

Kylie Holley

Principal/Superintendent

Pataula Charter Academy

Bonnie Holliday

Executive Director

Georgia Charter Schools Commission

Amy Jacobs

Commissioner

Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning 

Audrey King

South Region External Affairs Manager

Georgia Power Company

Cynthia Kuhlman

Director of Educational Achievement

Cousins Family Foundation, Inc.

Fran Millar

Chairman, Senate Higher Education Committee

Georgia General Assembly

Nels Peterson

Vice Chancellor for Legal Affairs

University System of Georgia

Hunter Pierson

Vice Chairman

New Schools New Orleans, co-founder of Young Professionals for Education Equity

Noris Price

Superintendent

Baldwin County Schools

Elizabeth Rhodes

Retired Teacher

Educators First

Will Schofield

Superintendent

Hall County Schools

Freddie Powell Simms

State Senator

Georgia General Assembly

Lindsey Tippins

Chairman, Senate Education and Youth Committee

Georgia General Assembly

Anthony Townsend

Principal

Locust Grove Middle School, Henry County

Alvin Wilbanks

Superintendent

Gwinnett County Schools

Pam Williams

2011 Georgia Teacher of the Year

Appling County High School

Dick Yarborough

Columnist, retired BellSouth Corporation executive, managing director of the Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games

 

State Board of Education approves revisions to CCGPS standards in English language arts and math

The State Board of Education has approved revisions to the Common Core Georgia Performance Standards (CCGPS) in English language arts and math. Those standards were posted for a 60-day public comment period on November 12, 2014. The standards were revised based on a formal review and evaluation process, as directed by an executive order from Governor Nathan Deal. 

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 E-TEXTBOOKS for MIDDLE/HIGH Students


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.

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.

WE NEED YOUR INPUT!

Baldwin County's School Nutrition Department is developing a
NEW WELLNESS PROGRAM and wants YOUR INPUT!
Parents, students, teachers and the public are invited to click on this link and take a short survey!

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