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Substitute Teacher Training To Be Offered In December

The Elbert County School District is interested in recruiting and developing high quality substitute teachers for its PreK-12 classrooms. The district will be hosting training for individuals interested in substitute teaching on Tuesday, December 12th from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m. The training will be held in the Staff Development Room at the Board of Education Office. 


subThis training is for anyone that is not currently on the district's substitute teacher list. Trainers will discuss procedures and best practices for substitutes at this training and participants will complete all required paperwork.  All interested individuals will need to have an email set up and bring $39.75 to have a background check completed. 


Anyone interested in substitute teaching that may have questions should contact Ms. Judy Hudson – 706-213-4063 / or Mr. Jon Jarvis – 706-213-4012 /


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November is Family Engagement Month

November is Family Engagement Month in Georgia, and districts and schools across the state will beSFP highlighting the important role parents play in their children’s education. In addition, November 16 is National Parent Involvement Day, a time for all schools and parents to reflect on the vital partnership needed for Georgia’s students and schools to be successful.

Partnering with Parents to Improve Student Attendance

Research shows that two amto four missed days in the first month of school can predict chronic absence throughout the year.


Click on the image above to view a video that offers practical, every day steps parents can take to help their children attend school. The video also highlights ways schools and communities can help reduce barriers to attendance.


Thank you for partnering with us to improve attendance at all Elbert County schools!


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The Elbert County School District will work successfully with families, community partners, and otherlogo key stakeholders to continually improve student outcomes.  We envision creating a world-class school district founded on teacher and leader quality, innovative practices, and overall academic excellence.                                                       

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