Students explore a wide array of disciplines to build on their interests, while extracurricular programs provide additional support in making leadership and character qualities in students.
As soon as you enter a school zone, it would help if you slowed down in order to protect both students and staff while simultaneously decreasing traffic congestion around schools.
Spalding County School System elementary schools serve as the cornerstone of students’ educational journeys, offering a nurturing learning environment and emphasizing building essential reading, writing, and mathematics skills. Furthermore, they offer extracurricular activities which promote teamwork and character growth.
Spalding County Schools also prioritize creating a safe and secure learning environment, employing stringent safety measures and protocols to safeguard students and staff alike while encouraging an inclusive culture where all feel valued and secure in their learning process.
Middle school curriculums broaden to encompass an assortment of subjects, and extracurricular programs are made available by schools for students to explore their interests and build social skills and leadership potential.
High schools also prepare their students for postsecondary education and careers beyond high school by offering an array of academic courses, such as Advanced Placement (AP) and Dual Enrollment programs that enable them to earn college credit while still in high school; vocational/technical programs provide work skills while vocational/technical training fosters personal development.
Griffin-Spalding County School System is committed to providing its students with high-quality education. Their schools place a strong emphasis on extracurricular activities and creating an encouraging learning environment to prepare students for future endeavors with success. Furthermore, this district values parental involvement while encouraging life-long learning. Students may select from various extracurricular activities – music lessons, art projects, or physical education sessions to pursue their interests.
Middle schools within the Griffin-Spalding County Schools system offer their students a holistic educational experience, from sciences, social studies, arts, music, and physical education to extracurricular activities that allow students to discover their interests and foster leadership development.
Griffin Spalding County Schools also place great emphasis on safety. Protocols have been implemented to ensure students’ and staff members’ well-being, while programs such as parent-teacher associations encourage parental involvement. Furthermore, they foster an inclusive learning environment characterized by respect and tolerance of diverse perspectives.
Superintendent Keith Simmons of Greater Sacramento Community Schools hosted a special afternoon tea for all Teachers of the Year from our district at Marukan Vinegar Brewery yesterday, during which everyone enjoyed networking and exchanging “spilling tea.” We thank Marukan Vinegar Brewery – one of our Partner In Education companies – for sponsoring such an enjoyable event; the proceeds benefitted the GSCS REACH Scholarship, classroom/field trip grants, and tuition reimbursement scholarships as well. For more information, visit gscspartnersineducation.com
District high schools provide a well-rounded education experience for their students, from advanced placement courses and dual enrollment programs, allowing students to earn college credits while in high school, which prepares them for post-secondary education and future careers. Furthermore, extracurricular activities and collaborative learning environments are emphasized within these schools.
Marukan Vinegar’s generous contribution of $10,000 towards classroom/field trip grants, teacher tuition reimbursement scholarships, and REACH Scholarships for our 8th-grade students is greatly appreciated!
Academic calendars are essential tools in running educational institutions, detailing key dates like when tuition payments are due and breaks such as holidays. They provide data-driven insight into daily school business operations, such as student payments and financial aid submission deadlines that need to be accounted for in order to guarantee financial stability for an institution. Creating a school calendar can be done using any number of methods suited for any school or university.
Griffin-Spalding County School System is delighted to offer a classified job fair this Wednesday from 3:15-5:15 in the South Cafeteria. Make sure not to miss it!
Thank you to Marukan Vinegar Brewery for their generous contribution of $10,000 to Griffin-Spalding Partners In Education. Your gift will help fund REACH Scholarships, classroom/field trip grants, teacher tuition reimbursement scholarships, and much more! Pictured (L-R) are Marukan Vinegar Brewery Director Teddy Blalock and GSCS Superintendent Dr. Keith Simmons.
Thank you, GSCS scholars and families, for making Friday, November 3, an at-home learning day! We look forward to another successful GSCS experience together.
Yesterday, our GSCS Teachers of the Year were honored at Emerald Chandelier with an afternoon tea celebration! Thank you to all our educators for the dedication shown to our scholars!