The mission of the McIntosh County School System is to provide a high quality education for all of our students.
Our vision is to be a school system that ensures an excellent and equitable education for our students, all of whom will graduate, be lifelong learners, and be successful citizens.
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Parents and Community Members:
The District Comprehensive Needs Assessment and District Improvement Plan are available to review at each school beginning Monday, July 24, 2017. The District Parent and Family Engagement Policy is also available for review at each school. All three plans had input from parents, community and school personnel. Please feel free to give feedback on the forms provided at each school.
Title I Director
Please click here to review District's CNA Report for FY18
Please click here to review District Improvement Plan
The McIntosh County BOE has initiated Policy IHE: Promotion and Retention: Policy IFBG: Internet Acceptable Use:Policy JG(1) Video Surveillance
These policies will be available for public review and comments for 30 days.
Please click the link below that will take you to our eboard site. Our pending policies are on the right hand side, click on each policy to review or comment: https://simbli.eboardsolutions.com/index.aspx?S=4113
Recently, the McIntosh County Board of Education engaged its community in a process to assess the thoughts, feelings and perceptions that stakeholders hold regarding the Board of Education. The engagement initiative, designed and implemented by the Georgia School Boards Association, included a community meeting exercise and an online survey. A genuine effort was made to make the process as inclusive and transparent as possible.
Below are links to the results of both the community feedback session and the anonymous, online survey. Members of the McIntosh Board of Education will use the input of the community to assist them in developing a plan to move the district forward.
Dr. John Barge
Superintendent, McIntosh County Schools
House Bill 91 FAQ
Diploma Petition Form
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